Reproflexology

Acorn Natural Health Centre

01773 687 349

17a Market Place

Heanor

Derbyshire

DE75 7AA

Introducing Reproflexology with Rachel Hill, Registered Reflexologist and Reproflexologist

What is Reproflexology?

If you are struggling to conceive naturally or are starting IUI or IVF/ICSI Reproflexology is a specific form of Reflexology which can be used to rebalance and stimulate your body’s natural endocrine system (Your hormones!) for both women and men. 


For women specifically it may help to regulate your menstrual cycle, stimulate ovulation, prepare your uterus for egg implantation and increase progesterone levels to help prevent miscarriage.  If you have heavy periods, no periods, struggle with endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, Fibroids, or any other gynaecological issue, Reproflexology can work to relieve the symptoms of these, and help to re-regulate your cycle.


For men it may assist with your sperm DNA and increase your sperm count and motility.  If you suffer with low testosterone, prostatitis, have had a vasectomy reversal or had testicular cancer, Reproflexology may help to stimulate your reproductive organs to work more optimally.


How often should I have a treatment?

For natural fertility it is recommended that women have a session every week for at least 4-6 weeks, and then for as long as you wish/need.  For men it is recommended that you have a session fortnightly at least 8 times.


If you are commencing fertility treatment it is advisable to start Reproflexology treatments 2-3 months before your treatment starts.  Reproflexology supports IUI and IVF/ICSI at every stage of the treatment up until the 12th week of pregnancy.


What does it cost?

A Reproflexology session costs £35 per session, per person.


You will be required to complete a client questionnaire before attending your first session and it could last up to 2 hours.  You may attend this as a couple, and it will cost £70.  Follow up sessions last 1 hour per person.  You do not need to attend these together.


Diet and Lifestyle advice specific to fertility is provided complimentary as part of your initial session. 


Supplements and additional Nutritional Therapy

In some cases, Rachel may advise supplements for fertility which will incur additional costs, but are not obligatory.  Rachel Hill is also a BANT registered Nutritional Therapist and if it is agreed that you need additional assistance, this will incur additional fees.  Again, not obligatory.


Rachel Hill offers appointments every Friday morning at Acorn Natural health Centre

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