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Therapies at Glencairn House






Finding your natural balance with reflexology.


Reflexology is a wonderful relaxing therapy that promotes wellbeing by helping the body reduce stress. It is a non-invasive treatment that is tailored to suit every client’s needs. A recent study has shown that reflexology is as effective as pain killers, which is wonderful. 

Reflexology is based on the principle that all parts of the body are connected by energy pathways that end in our feet, hands, and head. 

By stimulating reflexes on the feet by using applied pressure, you are able to work different organs and the various systems of the body to restore the body’s vital energy, which encourages the body to self-heal when we have ailments.

Jo Waterford

I have been a Reflexologist since 2002, and I believe it is a wonderful versatile therapy for everyone of all ages. I am a member of the AOR – Association of Reflexologists.

As with all complimentary professions, I have completed a lot of further training in reflexology because it’s not only important to do so, but there’s so much to learn as more research becomes available.  During the last eighteen months I have read a lot about long Covid, how reflexology can help and support mental health problems and anxiety, and have read more on women’s health issues from fertility to the menopause!  I love what I do, and I care about my work and the people I treat.

I moved to Dorset 14 months ago, I’m not sure where the time has gone, but I’m loving this beautiful county.

When I am not working, my partner and I enjoy live music, catching up with friends and family, and going away in our camper van exploring.