Fertility & Pregnancy Reflexology. fertility

How can Reflexology help with Conception?

Trying to get pregnant can be an anxious time for a woman and this type of stress can actually make it more difficult to conceive. Regular fertility reflexology can help your body to feel calmer and more relaxed, which naturally encourages your body into a better state of preparation for conception.

Some other issues which can cause infertility are:

• Irregular periods
• Polycystic ovaries
• Endometriosis
• Cervical problems
• Menstrual problems
• Hormonal imbalances

Reflexology helps to improve these infertility issues by clearing blockages and directing the flow of positive energy to the areas where your body needs it most.

Regular fertility reflexology is wonderful for balancing hormones, which can help to;

• Encourage regular menstruation
• Reduce symptoms of pre-menstrual syndrome
• Promote ovulation
• Relieve the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis
• Release toxins from your body
• Promote natural healing

Reflexology essentially helps to improve your overall physical and emotional well-being which in turn has a positive impact on your fertility.

If you have any questions about how fertility reflexology can help you please call me on 07445 823 061.

Client Testimonial
" I was struggling to fall pregnant and after a year of trying a close friend who had her own struggles recommended i go to Tamar for reflexology. I was a total disbeliever... you cant get me pregnant by touching my feet!!! After 5 sessions i was pregnant! Even before i tested it was like Tamar knew.. After a year of struggling to fall! Unfortunately due to medical issues that pregnancy didn't make it . I carried on my treatments with tamar and honestly its better than any therapy i have ever had and i have tried everything. Reflexology completely brings my stress levels down, makes my body ovulate without medication and just calms me down and helps me to relax. Although still not a parent i have had 3 pregnancies since starting reflexology regularly and I honestly believe i wouldn't of achieved these without Tamar and her magic hands. I can't recommend her enough. The most wonderful reflexologist ever. As soon as her hands touch my feet i feel the stress and brain fog leave me. Thank you for everything Tamar. I couldn't of gotten this far on my journey without you and just know you will get me to the end ❤ "





How can Reflexology help during pregnancy?

During pregnancy there is a tremendous amount of strain on a woman’s body as it goes through remarkable changes. The surge of hormones in the body can cause women to experience several of the following symptoms:

• general aches & pains
• irritability
• exhaustion
• back pain
• insomnia
• stress
• anxiety
• nausea
• poor circulation
• swollen feet and ankles

Pregnancy reflexology can help with all these symptoms, by using gentle pressure on the feet to balance your hormones, release toxins, promote natural healing and prompt deep relaxation. You will leave your session feeling more peaceful, relaxed and yet re-energised.



Client Testimonial
" I saw Tamar regularly with my 1st pregnancy and her session helped with relaxation and general anxieties of new motherhood.I'm no seeing her again for my second pregnancy and she is working wonders on various specific issues such as sciatic pain and joint stiffness plus its an incredible hour of taking my mind off that rat race! I cant't recommend Tamar enough. She's brilliant! "

" I saw Tamar for Reflexology from very early on in my pregnancy.it helped hugely with managing my anxieties about having a baby and making sure i was looking after myself properly. I would leave every session feeling totally relaxed and would definitely recommend Tamar to any expectant mums or women hoping to have a baby . thank you ! "

"Tamar has wonderful healing hands and an intuitive touch. A session with her feels relaxing and re-energising. I highly recommend her sessions for your health and wellbeing."

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