On arriving for our first session I will ask you to fill out a short health questionnaire and I will explain how the reflexology session will unroll. (On any subsequent visits, we will simply go over what has happened since the last session.) Once this is done, you need only remove your shoes and socks (regardless the type of reflexology), lean back and relax into the treatment.
A reflexology treatment begins with some relaxation techniques designed to warm up the reflexes. Specific areas and points are then worked in a methodical way and pressure is adapted to your comfort level. That's it other than to write that the risk of falling deeply asleep is high :o)
Afterwards we will discuss the session, plan for a next one if that turns out to be in the ether and settle the payment if this hasn't already been done.
After our appointment I will document anything that came up during the treatment -- areas of sensitivity, conditions, changes during the session -- while your well-being continues its course.
Whether or not you book an appointment, your well-being has already begun given that you are considering a moment of care for yourself. And, if you do book an appointment, I focus on your well-being throughout the session while post session, the effects of the reflexology ensure that this well-being continues.