Mobile reflexology in Cornwall - deeply relaxing therapy in the comfort of your holiday retreat or your home
Hello and thank you for visiting my website.
I am a fully qualified professional reflexologist living in Penzance, Cornwall. I have built my reflexology practice with a focus on relieving stress and the symptoms of stress. Stress can manifest in the body and mind in many ways and, if long term or chronic, damage may occur affecting health and wellbeing. Reflexology is a very effective natural healing therapy, which restores balance and harmony to both the body and the mind. By gently applying pressure to specific points (reflexes) on your feet, tension will be released leaving you feeling deeply relaxed and calm. This gentle therapy is extremely effective in helping to relieve stress; it works holistically (with the whole body) to restore natural equilibrium and calm the nervous system.
Treatments are easy to receive - a quiet room is all I need to give you a lovely, soothing, healing experience. The great benefit of receiving mobile reflexology is that it enables you to stay relaxed and take it easy afterwards, ensuring you reap the full therapeutic rewards.
I cover the following locations and surrounding areas:
As a member of The Association of Reflexologists (MAR) I have “met the strictest standards of reflexology practice and abide by the Association’s Code of Practice and Ethics”
Please see my contact details to the right of this page if you would like to book a session.
Some kind words from my clients:
"My treatment was immensely relaxing and perfect for unwinding and getting into the holiday mood, it also eased my neck pain and tension from an old injury." "Made to feel very at ease and relaxed, very professional." "Vianne is one of the best reflexologists I have been to, would happily recommend." "So relaxing and beneficial to my wellbeing. I feel so much better."
And from my youngest client (Kai aged 7):
"It was very relaxing. Vianne was kind and it was fun. When it finished I felt happy and my throat was much better"