Complementary therapy clinic in Oxford

Facial Reflexology with Facelift Massage

If you’d like to feel relaxed, and look radiant as well, the combination of facial reflexology with facelift massage is definitely worth a try!
Facial Reflexology is a delightful treatment that can improve skin tone, and help the face both feel and look smoother and younger with a healthy glow. And when combined with facelift massage the two will form one gorgeous rejuvenating treatment.

This unique holistic therapy aims to smooth, tighten and beautify the face and neck. Your body’s healing energy will be stimulated by the reflexology massage, and you will start to feel deeply relaxed. By the end of the session, you should look and also feel younger!
I usually combine facial reflexology with facelift massage, as the two techniques will form one rejuvenating and deeply relaxing treatment that aims to stimulate the body’s own healing ability.

My name is Lizzie Austin, and I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists(MAR). I originally trained in foot reflexology, which I also offer at the Wellbeing Clinic.
I would generally recommend a series of three to six sessions to experience the full effect of this rejuvenating facial treatment.
I also practise homeopathy at the Wellbeing Clinic, and am registered with the Society of Homeopaths (RSHom)

This lovely testimonial arrived today from Liza who is one of my patients:
“I have received regular facial reflexology and facelift massage with Lizzie, and have noticed significant results. My skin feels smoother and much more supple, and the worry lines on my forehead have definitely faded. Generally, I feel much more relaxed after the sessions. It is a fabulous treatment, and I fully recommend Lizzie who is very approachable, gentle and professional.”

To book an appointment with Lizzie please call the clinic on 01865 751111.

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