The body is mapped out on the feet so, as the reflexes on the feet are worked, messages are sent to the body to repair itself. Reflexology is very good for ‘whole body’ ailments or imbalances, especially hormone-related. A course of weekly treatments is initially recommended. All reflexology treatments include a foot scrub prior to treatment.

Beverley Burnett, MCHP, CNHC Registered


Clinical Aromatherapist | Reflexologist | Massage Therapist | Indian Head Masseuse | Reiki Practitioner

I began practising in 1995, managed a busy clinic and also ran courses (from introductory to diploma) for the Association of Natural Medicine and a tutor and NVQ Assessor for the East Essex Community College.  I was a member of the Governing Council and Chair of the Examinations Committee for the ANM and also represented the ANM on the Legal & Parliamentary Sub-Committee of the Aromatherapy Organisations Council, which was instrumental in beginning the process of setting UK-wide professional standards for therapists.  I also had a Natural Health help column in a local paper.

I am a professionally qualified Clinical Aromatherapist, Reflexologist, Massage Therapist, Indian Head Masseuse and a Reiki Practitioner.  I am also qualified in the treatment and management of Sports Injuries and Remedial Massage.

I combine my knowledge of different massage techniques to provide a treatment specifically for you.  Treatments are not routinely the same for everyone – it all depends on the problems presenting at each session, and so treatments are tailored to benefit the individual.

I was one of the first 7 practitioners in the UK to gain a diploma in NeuroSkeletal Realignment Therapy in 2001, which is a fantastically gentle therapy that can correct limited movement, muscular aches and pains arising from postural problems.

I am a member of the Complementary Health Professionals and I am registered with the Complementary and Healthcare Council (for massage, aromatherapy & reflexology).

All practitioners on the CNHC register have met UK-wide standards.  The General Medical Council guidance to doctors confirms that they are able to refer patients to practitioners on accredited registers – this includes the CNHC register