What happens during a treatment?
You will usually be asked to lie on a couch, pillows and blankets can be used to ensure you are warm and comfortable during treatment.
Babies and children can be treated off the couch, either sitting on a parents lap or while playing on the floor.
Most people feel relaxed and some people fall into a light sleep. You may also feel warmth, cold or tingling in an area of the body, this is all normal and varies from treatment to treatment. Some people feel very little, this is also fine.
How will I feel after a treatment?
Usually relaxed, perhaps pleasantly tired or more energised- this depends on what your body needs at that particular time. i always suggest that a client is guided by these feelings and rests after a treatment if needed. The effects of a treatment can often be felt by the client over the next few days as the body adjusts.
How many treatments will I need?
This varies from person to person, some people only need one or two treatments. However, for more chronic situations it is usual to have a course of treatments as the results are cumulative. I would discuss this with each client and review it with them as appropriate.