Reflexology in Bath, Trowbridge and around
I am very pleased to tell you that I am now able to start reflexology treatments again, in accordance with Government instructions. I personally will be starting again from Tuesday 21st July.
I will be working within the Covid-19 Secure Workplace Policy issued by my professional body, the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), following strict procedures and hygiene guidelines to ensure safe treatment.
I am, of course, very happy to share details of this policy with you (click on the Covid-19 logo further down the sidebar to view) and to answer any other questions you may have. In fact, if there is anything at all you want to ask or talk about please feel free to call, text, message or email me.
I wish you, your family and friends well. Stay safe, and stay positive.
Very best wishes, Andy
Hello. I’m Andy Blackwell and I'm largely a mobile reflexologist covering Bath and the surrounding areas, between Trowbridge and Bristol. Although mobile I also have my practice in Bath if you prefer to come to me.
I believe as a complementary therapy reflexology has many benefits. I enjoy being a reflexologist, and it's important to me to give a friendly, thorough and professional service.
Read a little bit more about me
Reflexology for wellbeing, relaxation, stress relief and more
Using reflexology I aim to promote improved health and wellbeing. Reflexology can be beneficial in many health situations, encouraging the body to 'balance' and heal itself. A reflexology treatment can be deeply relaxing and calming and if you are looking for a treatment to relax, unwind and get relief from stress, anxiety and tension then I believe as a reflexologist I can help you. But more than this, when the body is relaxed it can start to heal itself (it is said that a high proportion of illness results from stress) and regular reflexology can contribute to an improved sense of general health and wellbeing.
Whatever your reason for seeking reflexology please contact me and see if it works for you.
See more about the benefits of reflexology
Mobile reflexology - it's so convenient!
Because I'm a mobile reflexologist I can give you all the benefits of a treatment wherever you choose. Think of it, you don't have to worry about getting to your appointment on time, or travel or concern yourself with the weather. You can have an enjoyable, relaxing and beneficial treatment and afterwards you don't have to go back anywhere because you are already there! I can travel within North Wiltshire and Somerset, covering places like Bath, Trowbridge, Corsham, Radstock, Keynsham.
But if you prefer you will of course be very welcome to come for treatment at my practice in Bath.
Hours of business
I do appointments for reflexology treatments (whether mobile or at my practice) throughout the day and evening Monday to Friday. So, whatever your age, circumstances and lifestyle: working, at home, busy parent, I'll do my best to suit you.
Remember, I am a mobile reflexologist, so if you would like reflexology but you'd prefer it in the comfort of your own home rather than come to my practice in Bath, I can come to you within this general area of North Wiltshire and North East Somerset, such as Trowbridge, Bristol or places in between and around about.
Why not try Andy Blackwell at Blackwellbeing for mobile reflexology in Bath, North East Somerset and the surrounding area? I can come to your place, or you can come to me. Your choice.
See News for a number of interesting items about reflexology and related subjects. Here you can find Asiana.tv's Fariha Sabir enthusing about her first experience of the therapy. Media accounts of the benefits of reflexology are numerous: Always on the look out for the best treatments to help you relax and unwind, COSMETIC magazine tested the latest techniques. Laura Casewell meets Justine Thornton from The Association of Reflexologists to find out how this alternative therapy can help reduce stress and bring balance to the body. And Harper's Bazaar published a piece in January about the health benefits of reflexology.
Then there's a blog by my fellow reflexologist, Jackie Marsden, about Parabens, what they are and how harmful they can be.
Also on the page: A piece in Baby Magazine giving some easy-to-use reflexology techniques that anyone can use when trying to soothe and calm a colicky baby. And Sally Earlam from the Association of Reflexologists shares some moves for soothing a crying baby; a London writer and blogger's experience of trying out Reflexolog; and a reflexologist talking to the Daily Telegraph about the benefits of reflexology and how it can help with anxiety and pain relief. And more ...