Virtual Face Reflexology – Home Sessions via Zoom
If you’re looking for an award-winning treatment from the comfort of your own home, you can now access our specialist Virtual Face Reflexology self-care sessions via Zoom. Don’t worry if you have never tried it, I will talk you through everything you’ll need to know.
Virtual Treatments have opened up opportunities for people suffering with stress and anxiety, pain and disability to enjoy the benefits of a treatment in their home without the need for face-to-face contact.
Virtual Facial Reflexology is important for clients who are unable to leave the house for reasons including:
- Transport difficulties
- Distance from Reflexology Clinic
- Immunosuppressed patients
- Patients in at-risk groups being over 70
- Patients in at-risk groups due to heart conditions
- Patients in at-risk groups due to respiratory conditions
- Patients in at-risk groups due to diabetes
What does Virtual Facial Reflexology involve?
You will be sent a link to join a video call. Before the video call you will be assessed using a range of questions designed to understand why you are getting symptoms or pain and what can be done to improve things. Once you are comfortable I will begin the practical element of the session and you’ll follow my techniques and mirror these on your own face, I will be able to see you and can check your pressure and technique every step of the way as I guide you through a short Facial Reflexology sequence. It will also include relaxing and stretching movements and end with a calming meditation with the aim to help you let go of any stress or worries. From your assessment I can usually get a good idea of what the problem is and formulate a treatment plan to address your problems.
What problems can Facial Reflexology help with?
Virtual Facial Reflexology has been shown to help with a wide range of conditions including:
- Lifts the mood
- Oxygenates facial muscles
- Can smooth away tension
- Improve headaches
- Teeth grinding
Plus many more…
If your problem isn’t listed above, give me a call to discuss whether you would benefit from a Virtual Facial Reflexology treatment or a face to face appointment.