Reflexology in Sea Mills, Bristol
(near Clifton, Stoke Bishop and Westbury-on-Trym)
Do you often feel stressed and tired?
Would you like to feel relaxed and full of energy?
Or would you simply like to sleep better?
Complete Serenity provides Reflexology and Hot Stone Reflexology to individuals and companies in the Bristol area, helping people to naturally relieve the symptoms of stress.
Complete Serenity is run by Karine Prescott, an experienced therapist.
The treatment room is in Sea Mills and is easily accessible from all areas of Bristol, in particular Westbury-on-Trym, Henleaze, Stoke Bishop, Westbury Park, Shirehampton, Clifton, Patchway, Bradley Stoke and Almondsbury. Parking is guaranteed in front of the premises, making it easier and stress free to visit. 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.
Reflexology at its best! Just had to write a review, Karine is a highly skilled reflexologist of whom I have been seeing for just over four years on a weekly basis. Having visited many reflexologists over the years, Karine is one of the very best, the treatments offer excellent value for money with amazing health benefits. The treatment area is always spotlessly clean and a pleasant relaxing place to be. If you are thinking trying reflexology for the first time, or if you cant find a good one, you need to see a professional, call Complete Serenity you wont regret it!
Information from your reflexologist
I have been practising Reflexology for almost 15 years in Bristol and I simply love it! I was awarded a Distinction in both my Diploma in Reflexology and my Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology. I have particular interest in treating clients suffering from stress and attended numerous further training courses such as “Stress, Wellbeing and Reflexology”.
Reflexology is great for relieving stress, tension and anxiety. If relaxation, restful sleep and wellbeing are what you are looking for, you are in the right place!
Below is an extract from the booklet “Six highly effective ways to reduce your stress level”, which I wrote to help my clients suffering from stress. Please go to my stress relief page to request your free copy.
Tip of the month Exercising will leave you feeling happier, relaxed and energised. If you think that you have no time to exercise, then make the conscious decision to cut your TV viewing by half. Watching less TV will not do you any harm and you might well be surprised about the positive effect it will have on you…
Still unsure whether exercising can do you good? Write down on a piece of paper a couple of words to describe your mood (tired, exhausted, stressed, worried etc). Do a workout and then write how you feel after exercising. I bet that you will notice a difference in the way you are feeling and the chances are that you will use words such as relaxed and energised….
Of course, build up slowly is you are new to exercising.
“Six highly effective ways to reduce your stress level” by Karine Prescott
Please visit my Reflexology and Hot Stone Reflexology page for more information about these wonderful treatments. I am always more than happy to answer any questions you may have, so feel free to contact me, with no obligation to book an appointment.
I am a very hard-working student and I put so much pressure on myself that I chronically suffer from insomnia. I went to see Karine Prescott at a time when I could not sleep more than three hours per night: I was preparing for exams that were really important for my future professional life and I could not relax any more. I must say that I did not know exactly what reflexology was and how it could have such an effect on people, but I wanted to try. The massages in themselves were very nice and relaxing, so relaxing that I nearly fell asleep several times during sessions! And the effect was impressive. Right from the first session I could feel great improvement. After each massage, I could feel I had switched off completely, I was so relaxed that I needed to take it easy and I knew that I was going to sleep well. And indeed, my sleep improved and the quality of my work became much better. In the end, I passed my exams because I was in a positive state of mind on the crucial day, and I know that reflexology greatly contributed to it.
“It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do a little. Do what you can.” Sydney Smith
Association of Reflexologists (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 reflexologist, you will be in safe hands. Please don’t settle for less.