My name is Sue Hamblin and I'm a Reflexologist working with foot, facial and hand reflexology. I'm also trained in foundation level kinesiology and other energy based healing modalities which enables me to combine my treatments with flower essences, guided meditations, gentle healing or meridian work.
I first became interested in holistic and complementary therapies in the late 1990's during a period of poor health. In a quest to improve my wellbeing, I first rectified my diet with the help of a Nutritionist. I then went on to use kinesiology, reflexology and healing to support me on my road to recovery. The benefits I gained from these were so valuable to me that I began training in them in 2003. Since then, I've continued to develop my skills in holistic practice and use different combinations of these treatments to support my clients.
The term "Holistic" means taking all the interconnect parts of something into consideration and that is exactly what I do when working with a client. Primarily, I work with the physical body to help it relax and reduce the impact of any stress. I also consider the mind to encourage a positive mindset and reduce feelings such as anxiety. Then, wherever possible, I try and focus on balancing the network of energies which I feel flow within and around us. I find this final step helps give a complete sense of "balance". And, when you regularly nurture all of these aspects together, I believe the body is encouraged to find its own natural state of wellbeing.
The treatments I work with can support wellbeing in many different ways:
they encourage deep relaxation
they help the body unwind from the pressures of daily life
they reduce the impact of stress
they improve sleep patterns
they have a positive effect on mental wellbeing
they are safe to use alongside conventional medicine during times of illness, injury or supported conception
they are also supportive during times of natural change such as:
Please note: Whilst all the treatments I offer are safe to use with most medical conditions, I still recommend you advise your GP, Medical Consultant, or Midwife that you are considering reflexology alongside your medical care. It is so important to use reflexology to complement your existing medical support rather than replace it - hence it is often referred to as a "Complementary Therapy."
Thank you - Sue Hamblin
Feel free to browse through the different pages of my website for more details on my reflexology practice. If you would like to book an appointment, or speak to me in person, please visit my CONTACT ME page where you will find details on how to get in touch.
Sue Hamblin fmar
Foot, Facial & Hand Reflexologist
Karuna Reiki® Healing Practitioner
Flower Essences & Guided Meditation