Servicing area: M'ton Peninsula, Seaford, C'brn & surrounding areas Victoria
Restore health, de-stress, reduce pain/fatigue & more...Jardine holds a Diploma of Reflexology, is practised in many different reflexology techniques and is a member of the International Institute for Complementary Therapists ensuring that she continually upholds Australian Reflexology standards and a high quality of care.
Soul Healing Reflexology by Jardine Loya
Jardine has a mobile reflexology service that covers the Mornington Peninsula and surrounding areas. Call or text to book an appointment. If you can't get through she may be driving or in session, be patient, she will get back to you.
Special offers and vouchers available.
Provider of Doterra products and aromatherapy blends.
Techniques included in a Soul Healing Reflexology session ;
Foot and Hand reflexology
Auriculartherapy (reflexology on the ear)
Asian (very firm pressure on feet)
Maternity (very gentle and relaxing, foot/hand/ear)
Crystal reflexology (utilizes the healing power of crystals)
Universal reflexology (extremely gentle and meditative)
Brazilian Toe Massage (meridian balancing)
Mind/body connection interpretation (see how the way you think effects your body)
Foot reading (like palm reading)
Acupressure (on lower limbs)
Massage (on lower limbs)
WHAT CAN REFLEXOLOGY DO FOR YOU?
Done on a regular basis (i.e. weekly/fortnightly) Reflexology can help restore balance, health and wellbeing to all body systems, e.g. nervous, cardiovascular, lymphatic, etc.
Just some of the things reflexology can help with are ;
Pain including headaches, muscular tension, arthritis
Heart function, blood pressure
A boosted immune system
Digestive problems i.e. irritable bowel, colitis/diverticulitis, reflux
Lung problems i.e. asthma
Reproductive problems i.e. menstrual, prostate
Infections from acne to ulcers, tooth to kidney infections
The list goes on. Call to see if reflexology could be good for you.
What is the Difference Between Reflexology & Massage?
A reflexology session differs from a foot massage in that, a reflexologist is not just working on the feet but is also consciously working on areas right throughout the body using reflex points on the feet. They can then relay their findings back to their clients and formulate a plan that may help their clients increase greater wellbeing in their day-to-day lives through reflexology alone or in conjunction with other health practitioners. Working through the feet also means that work can be done on injured areas of the body that are too painful or too deep in the body to work on directly. Reflexology works not just on muscle function but also other glands and organs that back up the function of the muscles. The effect of reflexology can continue working for up to 1-2 weeks after a session, even during activity that causes muscular tension."Many of my clients have commented that if they hadn't tried it they wouldn't have believed how good their entire bodies would feel after having just their feet worked on." - Jardine Loya.
WHAT IS REFLEXOLOGY?
The earliest historical records of reflexology go back as far as 2500BC in Egypt. Since then, the practice has spread to all continents and has undergone successful scientific testing to show evidence of how effective it is on the human body.
Reflexology is an effective, safe, simple, non-invasive method of healing, focusing on mind, body and spirit. We all have reflex points situated in our feet, hands, ears, face and back. These reflex points are related to specific parts of our bodies including muscles, organs and glands. A reflexologist can “work” or massage these reflex areas using their thumbs, fingers and knuckles with the aim to rebalance the body's natural function, helping to rectify any dis-ease within the related body part/s. They can also find congestion in these reflexes either in the form of firm, lumpy bulges, flaccid skin, redness, etc that when interpreted by a reflexologist can show a picture of the client’s general health.