Reproductive / Fertility Reflexology


Reproductive/Fertility Reflexology

One in three couples will experience fertility problems when trying to conceive. Reproductive Reflexology works in a number of ways and can be used as a stand alone treatment to enhance your own natural fertility, or with all forms of assisted conception, Clomid, IUI, IVF and ICSI.
How does it work?
Specific & prescriptive treatment protocols are used to:
• regulate menstrual cycles and ensure that each stage is functioning at its best
• improve sperm production and functionality
• assist any underlying conditions – male or female
• support all forms of assisted conception.
It is one of the most effective forms of integrated medicine using results from medical testing to measure improvements.
Reproductive reflexology is a very relaxing natural treatment using non-invasive techniques to help balance and prepare your body holistically for conception. When the body is balanced the natural fertility processes are enhanced. On a physical level reflexology may help medical conditions which can affect fertility including: PMS, PCOS, Endometriosis, Ovarian Cysts, Sperm issues. It is an excellent treatment to reduce stress and anxiety and can help address the complex mental and emotional issues which may be affecting your fertility.

I am a fully qualified Reproductive Reflexologist and member of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists (ARR) UK

Reflexology for Natural Conception

Different protocols are used depending on the week of your cycle and fertility.

Reflexology for Natural Conception for Women

Different protocols are used depending on the week of your cycle and/or fertility issues arising in both men and women. It can be of significant benefit to:
• Regulate the menstrual cycle
• Balancing the endocrine system (hormone)
• Encourage and stimulate ovulation
• Improve egg quality
• Treat conditions including PMS, PCOS, Endometriosis, Fibroids, Ovarian Cysts, Low AMH, Anovulation, Short Luteal Phase/Progesterone deficiency, Primary & Secondary Amenorrhea, Irregular Cycles, etc.
• Support implantation
• Promote deep relaxation
• Provide emotional support
• Bring about balance to all body systems
• General preparation for pregnancy

Reproductive Reflexology for Men

Individualised treatment protocols are used to:

• Improve sperm count, motility and general sperm quality
• Treat conditions including Varicocele, low testosterone, FSH/LH imbalances, hydrocele, etc.
• Promote deep relaxation
• Reduce stress and tension
• Bring about balance to all the body systems
• Provide emotional support

What happens when you book an appointment?

Prior to your initial appointment for Fertility Reflexology I send you an online pre-conceptual questionnaire, and I ask that this is returned in advance of your first appointment. If any tests (blood tests, semen analysis etc) have been completed, I ask for a copy of these so that I can analyse them. This allows me to plan a treatment programme specific to you and your partner’s needs.
While this treatment is more commonly used by women, ideally it’s best to see both partners together for the initial appointment. This is not always possible, and many men are very apprehensive to come for treatments in the beginning. However, this does give me a fuller picture of fertility issues or concerns at the start. In addition to discussing the pre-conceptual questionnaire we look at your gynaecological history and any medical tests you may have had already or tests that would be in your best interests to have. We also discuss charting your cycle, how to pinpoint ovulation, sleep, diet, exercise, supplements. While I offer advice on diet and lifestyle, depending on your individual health needs, I may make recommendations to see other practitioners to enhance your chances of conceiving.


How long are appointments?

The initial consultation is approx. 1.5 hours long and subsequent treatments are usually 1 hour. I also provide support by phone, Whatsapp or Skype in between treatments when required.


How many treatments will be needed?

Usually a woman is treated weekly throughout one entire menstrual cycle and then I re-evaluate and assess progress, but it can take a little time to regulate cycles and identify timing of ovulation. Men are treated weekly for eight weeks and then I usually request a new semen analysis test to evaluate progress.