Facial Reflexology Self Care
Facial Reflexology self-care sessions via Zoom
If you’re looking for an award-winning treatment from the comfort of your own home, you can now access our 30-minute specialist One to One Facial Reflexology self-care sessions via Zoom.
Don’t worry if you have never tried Zoom, I’ll talk you through everything you’ll need to know.
Virtual Treatments have opened up opportunities for people suffering with stress and anxiety, pain and disability to enjoy the benefits of a treatment in their home without the need for face-to-face contact.
Virtual Facial Reflexology is important for clients who are unable to leave the house for reasons including:
- Transport Difficulties
- Distance from Reflexology Clinic
- Immunosuppressed patients
- Patients in at-risk groups being over 70
- Patients in at-risk groups due to heart conditions
- Patients in at-risk groups due to respiratory conditions
- Patients in at-risk groups due to diabetes
Not to forget the clients who are extremely busy and find it difficult making time for themselves.
Virtual Facial Reflexology
What does Virtual Facial Reflexology involve?
You will be sent a link via email to join a video call (on Zoom).
If you are a new client, I’ll be contacting you prior to the session just to gain some information regarding your general health and wellbeing. This will enable me to decide in advance which reflexes need to be focused on so that each session is tailor made for the client.
Once you are comfortable I will begin the practical element of the session and you’ll follow my techniques and mirror these on your own face, I will be able to see you and can check your pressure and technique every step of the way as I guide you through a short Facial Reflexology sequence. It will also include relaxing and stretching movements.
What problems can Facial Reflexology help with?
Virtual Facial Reflexology has been shown to help with a wide range of conditions including:
- Lifts the Mood
- Oxygenates Facial Muscles
- Can smooth away tension
- Improve Headaches
- Bruxism and teeth grinding
Plus many more…