Alison is a member of the association of reflexologists and qualified from the Dilworth School of Reflexology in January 1991. She has previously practised in a private london health club and Neals Yard Remedies therapy rooms in Richmond upon Thames and Guildford.
Alison specialises in pregnancy reflexology, treating women at every stage of pregnancy to help relieve various symptoms that may arise, or to simply have a relaxing or energising treatment, benefiting mother and baby.
When needed, Alison also combines reiki with her reflexology treatments, adding an extra dimension to the treatment.
At present Alison is training as a reproflexologist, which is a reflexology-assisted conception programme divised by Barbara Scott, it enables clients to enjoy a more holistic approach to conceiving and can be used alongside conventional fertility treatment.
Reflexology to induce labour was successful! Went into labour at 1.30 this morning. We are both doing well. Thank you for your help!
I saw Alison for reflexology throughout my pregnancy and am certain that it contributed toward the smooth and enjoyable time I had. It was particularly beneficial for my digestion, aching hips, and even baby position. With Alisons help, both me and baby were well prepared for a successful home birth
I first went to Alison suffering from big painful spots on my neck which I’d been told was a sign of a hormone imbalance, coupled with an irregular cycle of 6-7 weeks and after a year of unsuccessfully trying to conceive I decided to see if reflexology could help me conceive naturally without medical tests and procedures and powerful drugs. I saw Alison once a week for about 8 weeks and the change was overwhelming, by the end of the 8 weeks I felt amazing – so calm, relaxed and totally balanced with clear skin, which coincided with me falling pregnant after an apparently normal cycle of 4 weeks! I’ve continued to see Alison regularly throughout my pregnancy and have to say my pregnancy has been a dream – not a single symptom (well other than a few spots that came back in the first trimester) – no sickness, swelling or aches and pains, just a happy, healthy baby. Fingers crossed the birth goes as smoothly. Thanks Alison.