Reflexoloxy and infertility

Can reflexology help overcome infertility?

Is it beneficial

Reflexology has been found beneficial in treating hormonal imbalances in both men and women as well as assisting in stress relief which can disrupt the production of hormones that affect ovulation, implantation conditions and sperm quality.

Clients often report feeling 100% more positive, relaxed, sleep better, have improved sex drive, more regular cycles, better menstrual flow, less pain and a percentage of women have successfully conceived within a course of treatment.

For many women the stress and anxiety attached to failing to conceive can be overwhelming and the treatment can help them fell more positive, relaxed and deal with their fertility issues in a more positive manner.

Reflexology is holistic, working towards bringing the body into a state of balance, encouraging the body's systems to work to their optimum.  It is not a magic cure-all, and cannot guarantee a pregnancy, however, by encouraging the body to work more efficiently it can create a healthier environment for possible pregnancy to occur.

A course of treatment involves weekly one-hour sessions for approximately six to eight weeks.

Michelle Haché is a certified reflexologist with the Ontario College of Reflexology a Registered Reflexology Practitioner with the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario, a Reiki practitioner as well as a fitness and birth professional in Burlington, ON. She teaches fitness classes for the City of Burlington; along with her work at Birth Beginnings she has been able to make positive impacts on the health and wellbeing of many. She is passionate about her job because she recognizes her small acts have a huge impact on the individuals and therefore the families and communities she works with.