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Reflexology for Menopause

Jan has undertaken specialist training in 'Reflexology for Menopause' to enhance her understanding of peri-menopause and menopause. This greater awareness includes the physiology of menopause, the mental and emotional impact on women's health and how lifestyle factors can influence symptoms.

Reflexology does not claim to treat the menopause; it is there as a therapy to support women and help to ease their symptoms by aiding relaxation and relieving tension, improving mood and well-being and aiding better sleep. 

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Is reflexology effective in easing the symptoms of menopause?

Many women seek alternative ways to manage their menopause symptoms and reflexology is becoming increasingly popular. It is wholly natural and is safe to use alongside Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Clients find it most beneficial to have regular reflexology sessions to manage their symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes, low mood and irritability, sleep disturbances etc. Every woman is unique and so will their experience of menopause be. That's why treatments are individually tailored by Jan to deliver the best possible support for her clients. During your sessions, further advice and support is offered, such as suggested minor lifestyle changes you can make to ease your transition through this important stage of your life and maintain good health in the years ahead too! Ask for the free booklet 'Reflexology and the Five Pillars for Healthy Menopause'; the 5 pillars being diet, exercise, relaxation, sleep and purpose.


Reflexology aims to bring balance to the hormone system and a calmness to both body and mind. Your therapist will use several techniques to work reflexes on the feet that relate specifically to the changes and imbalance that the body experiences during peri-menopause and menopause.


There are so many symptoms associated with menopause that this can make research difficult. However, there have been a few recent studies showing the effectiveness of reflexology in reducing some symptoms of menopause. For your information the links to these studies are included below:

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