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Stress management has become one of the major concerns affecting the UK population.
Good health Centre has a dedicated clinic to stress and anxiety, utilising a combination of our Reflexology and Therapeutic Massage treatments to help bring you back to a calmer, more balanced state of mind whilst releasing tension amongst many other benefits.
Foot therapies such as reflexology were an important part of healing in many ancient cultures. Reflexology is based on the principle that certain points on the feet and hands correspond to specific parts of the body. By applying pressure to these reflex points, a trained reflexologist can release tensions, improve the blood supply and stimulate the body’s natural healing processes.
Here at the Good Health Centre we use a combination of massage techniques to promote relaxation, increase circulation and give relief from muscular tension. Regular massage can also help to remove adhesions from the muscles, and untangle knots in vulnerable and congested areas of the body.
Each massage is individually tailored by our massage specialists incorporating appropriate aromatherapy essential oils to give you the maximum benefit from your treatment.
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A study by YouGov taken in 2018 showed that in the past year 74% of people have felt so stressed that they have been overwhelmed or unable to cope with certain tasks.
Since this survey was taken, we have all been exposed to Covid 19 pandemic and as a result to further stress and anxiety.
Good health Centre has a dedicated clinic to stress and anxiety.
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