Oct 182012
 

What will happen when I go for a treatment?

The first visit consists of a full personal consultation. This takes your past and present health history and lifestyle into consideration.

The consultation enables the therapist to tailor a treatment to your specific needs.

Are there any reasons why I would not be able to have a treatment ?

It is not advisable to have a treatment if you have a fever; if you have eaten a heavy meal within an hour before the start of your treatment or if you have consumed alcohol in the 24 hours before the treatment.

Can I talk during a treatment ?

Yes, you can talk during a treatment if you wish, it is your personal choice. It is however advisable to relax in the peace and quiet away from the demands and stresses of everyday life. After all, it is rare that we have an opportunity to lie down, close our eyes and simply ‘be’.

However if you have any questions either at the beginning, during or at the end of the treatment you are encouraged to ask.

If you feel any discomfort during the treatment, for example if the pressure being applied is either too much or not enough, then please let the therapist know.

What happens at the end of a treatment ?

At the end of the treatment you may be given advice about what you can do to maintain or improve your body’s equilibrium e.g. increase your water intake.