My name is Karine Prescott. I have been practising Reflexology for almost 15 years in Bristol and I simply love it! I trained at the Bristol School of Holistic Therapist and was awarded a Distinction for both my Diploma in Reflexology and my Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology. I am qualified and experienced - please go to testimonials to read the views of my clients.
I have a particular interest in treating clients suffering from stress and I attended numerous further training courses such as "Stress, Wellbeing and Reflexology", "Pain and Mobility Master Class Vertical Reflex Therapy", "Precision Reflexology" and "Maternity Reflexology", as I am always keen to learn new techniques. I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists (AoR).
For many years I was the on-site Reflexologist at Hewlett-Packard in Filton (Bristol), so I am also experienced in providing treatment within the workplace.
In addition to the above, I have been awarded Indian Head Massage and Reiki qualifications.
The Treatment Room
Having worked in local clinics in Bristol, I decided to set up my own treatment room in 2008. The treatment room is situated in a quiet residential area in Sea Mills, Bristol.
Parking is guaranteed in front of the premises, making it easier and stress free for you to come to your Reflexology session.
Treatments take place in a warm, relaxing and comfortable dedicated room, equipped to the highest standard.
If you come by public transport, buses 3 and 4 stop at Sea Mills Library/Sea Mills Square, which are only few minutes walk to the treatment room. You can find more details on the contact page.
Association of Reflexologists (AoR) therapist
AoR members hold a recognised reflexology qualification, are fully insured, undertake continuing professional development and abide by the AoR’s comprehensive Code of Practice.
It is important to stress that there are currently no legal requirements with regard to training as a reflexologist in the UK. So you may find some therapists in practice who have done only 1 or 2 days’ training. However, you can be assured that when you choose a member of the Association of Reflexologists, the therapist treating you will have completed 300 hours of learning or more, carried out a minimum of 100 treatments during their training and is required to continue their learning to remain a member.
By choosing an approved AoR therapist, you will be in safe hands. Please don’t settle for less.