I am Ginette White (MAR) and I like to keep my reflexology studio warm and welcoming. It is a politics free haven and a safe place for you to open up. You'll find I have empathy, open ears, a great sense of humour and as a woman in her 50s, I can bring my life experiences into our consultations and treatments to help you.
My belief is that the treatment is only part of the process and I will provide you with realistic and useful lifestyle tips that really can make the difference between enjoying the treatment for one day, or making the benefits last a lifetime .....
1ST TREATMENT WITH CONSULTATION
Your first treatment will include a detailed consultation during which we will discuss your well-being history and your reason for attending the treatment. It will be a relaxed conversation and the purpose is to help me to understand which areas to focus on during the treatment. Please advise me at the time of booking that it is your first treatment with me, as we will need to allocate an additional 20 minutes (complimentary!) for this. You can also book a free consultation before booking a treatment - just email me or send me a message via this website.
BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
Please wash your feet the morning of the treatment and wear clean socks. You are not expected to wash them again during the day - it's not practical! Ginette will have biodegradable eco baby-wipes that can be used to freshen them up if needed. Please wear comfortable shoes if you can, just so that you can carry on the feeling of relaxation and comfort after the treatment.
Do not drink alcohol or take non-medication drugs before your treatment. If you arrive intoxicated the treatment will not be carried out but you will still be charged. It is strongly advised to avoid these after your treatment too.
AFTER YOUR TREATMENT
Relax - if you have time! Any type of physical therapy can make you zone out for a few hours. Some people find it makes them pass water. A lot! Others find that their emotions go haywire for a while - this is just your body and mind re-balancing.