Siobhan Maguire Reflexology in Eastbourne, East Sussex

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Reflexology in Eastbourne

Hello and welcome to Reflexology Eastbourne. I'm Siobhan and I am a fully qualified reflexologist, a member of the Association of Reflexologists (AoR) and listed on the Complementary Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) accredited register.

PLEASE NOTE: Following advice from the government and professional bodies relating to COVID-19 I am currently unable to offer treatments at this time, to either new or existing clients. I would still love to hear from you if you are interested in an initial consultation, to find out more about reflexology and whether or not it could be suitable for you. I am also able to discuss any self help techniques or lifestyle changes that may be of help until you are able to access reflexology treatments again. Alternatively, I can point you in the direction of friends and colleagues that offer services more suited to online format. Take care and stay safe and I look forward to seeing you in the future.

I work from a therapy room moments from Eastbourne station, which makes it easily accessible from surrounding areas in East Sussex including Hastings, Lewes and Bexhill. I am also working as a mobile reflexologist in and around the Eastbourne area.

You may have found your way here because you'd like to try reflexology for the first time, maybe because you are suffering with physical or emotional symptoms that you cannot seem to clear.

You may have had reflexology before but are wondering if it could help with symptoms you are experiencing right now.

Maybe you are looking for a new method of stress relief, or maybe you just want to treat yourself to an enjoyable experience and deep relaxation.

Common reasons for seeking reflexology are:

  • anxiety, depression and sleep problems
  • physical discomfort such as shoulder or back pain
  • symptoms related to maternity, pre natal or post natal
  • pre menstrual or menopausal symptoms
  • feeling generally run down or low in energy

  • Reflexology works at a personal and individual level, it can work differently for everyone at different times, so the best thing you can do is give it a try!

    There is growing evidence and acceptance that a large proportion of illness can at least in part be attributed to stress. Many traditional doctors are turning to a more lifestyle based approach to treating and preventing illness; with diet, exercise, sleep and stress management being the main focus.

    The stress response from daily life can leave us on almost constant high alert and this changes the physiology and functioning of the systems in our body. This means that we are not performing at our best mentally and physically, and over a period of time this can lead to more serious health problems. Managing our stress levels is a major factor in managing and supporting our health.

    Reflexology is an effective way to manage stress and therefore improve your overall health and wellbeing. To read more about reflexology see here

    To read a bit more about the stress response and ways that you can manage this yourself, have a read of these Relaxation Tips.

    If you are still wondering if reflexology could help you, I am very happy to have a chat over the phone or email to discuss your specific needs and answer any questions you may have.

    I currently work from a therapy room very close to Eastbourne station, making it accessible for people in areas such as Hastings, Lewes or Bexhill. Alternatively, I work as a mobile reflexologist in the East Sussex area so can travel to you in your home if that is most convenient.

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    Baby Reflex

    I am very excited to say that I am now also a qualified Baby Reflex practitioner! Classes are offered as either one to one or group training to enable you to treat your own child using the Baby Reflex techniques. I offer baby classes which are suitable from 4 weeks old or toddler classes which are suitable for children from around the age they start walking. For more details see here.

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