Reflexology from Conception to Postnatal Care and the McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Treatment

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Fertility & Conception

Pre-conceptual care is all about preparing the body and mind for conception, growing and birthing a baby and both men and women are encouraged to have treatments to help regulate the menstrual cycle and to stimulate healthy sperm production.


During the nine months of pregnancy a woman’s body goes through enormous physical changes and for some women this can be a long period of discomfort and fatigue with nausea, headaches, backache and other conditions associated with pregnancy, which can often rob us of the joy and excitement of being pregnant and waiting for baby.

Sometimes women seek some if they go over their due dates and want to avoid a hospital induction. Reflexology helps to relax the body as well as the mind to alleviate anxiety and by working on certain points , this gently encourages the body to go into labour naturally. If it is time then labour may start after a day or so. Reflexology can also be extremely effective during the labour itself by helping to keep Mum focused and relaxed.

Postnatal Care

Mums may feel exhausted after the birth and life can be quite hectic compared to before. Some just sail through it all whereas others need a little more ” tender Loving care”. Loss of sleep, breastfeeding problems, frustration and fatigue etc. can all take its toll and Reflexology can be wonderful at this time to cope with some conditions during the postnatal period.

Therapists : Karen Rome  Kathy Kennedy

McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Treatment

The McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release is a very effective method of the treatment of old and recent scars. It is chiefly used for any scarring due to surgical intervention but has shown some good results over time with burn scars with regards to ease of movement and appearance. Scarring such as –Caesarean section scars; Hysterectomy scars; Spinal surgery scars; Trauma scars from lacerations such as head wound scars, stab wounds, bullet wounds; Mastectomy scars; Amputations scars and Underlying scar tissue from laparoscopic surgery

For more info and to book a session, contact Karen Rome directly

Therapist: Karen Rome