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As a Women’s Health Reflexologist, I offer nurturing, facial and foot reflexology-based treatments from my therapy room in Barton Seagrave, Kettering and via pop-up clinics in the surrounding region. I’m passionate about optimising women’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, and have a particular interest in stress and anxiety and all stages of women’s reproductive health and wellbeing.
 

About Me

Jane Singleton

As a Women’s Health Reflexologist, I offer nurturing, facial and foot reflexology-based treatments from my therapy room in Barton Seagrave, Kettering and via pop-up clinics in the surrounding region. I’m passionate about optimising women’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, and have a particular interest in stress, anxiety, fertility and all stages of women’s reproductive health and wellbeing.

My passion for reflexology

I’ve personally faced a number of health and wellbeing challenges including joint & muscle pain, fertility struggles and a thyroid cancer diagnosis and treatment. I’m now a mum to two pre-school boys and understand all too well the challenges of juggling work and family life. Not surprisingly, anxiety and stress have accompanied me throughout these years, but I feel incredibly lucky to have had all these experiences. Whilst painful at times, my journey enabled me to discover complementary therapies and feel for myself how powerful these treatments could be when the body, mind and spirit find themselves out of balance. I’ve also always been interested in the brain and the mind-body connection since studying Psychology at Uni. Reflexology was the natural choice when I decided to retrain and leave behind my 20+ year career in business. So now, here I am, doing what I love, using all that knowledge and experience to help other women treading their own challenging paths.

Given my background, I’m particularly interested in women’s health and wellbeing, particularly fertility and the mind-body connection. As such, I specialise in providing reflexology for:

  • Relaxation, stress, anxiety 
  • Fertility, reproductive & hormonal health & wellbeing 
  • Mums-to-be during pregnancy 
  • New mums, babies and children

My aim is to be the leading women’s health reflexologist in the region, respected for my experience, passion, specialist knowledge and my results – supporting as many women (and their families) as I can, to take charge of their health and wellbeing.

My professional memberships

I’m a member of the Association of Reflexologists (AOR), the largest professional body for Reflexologists in the UK, which has stringent criteria for accepting members and a professional code of conduct. With so many short reflexology courses available, I feel it’s important to explain the difference in being treated by an AOR member – in order to qualify and become a member, I completed over 100 case studies, assignments, a practical exam and a final exam in Anatomy and Physiology, achieving an ITEC Level 3 Diploma as my foundation in this therapy. I’m also a proud member of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists, having completed Case Studies as part of my Reproflexology studies and the International Academy of Italian Facial Reflexology to support my ongoing professional development.

My training

I continue to train with world renowned reflexology tutors to support my passion and ongoing professional development & hold the following certificates:

  • Maternity and Post-Natal Reflexology (with Case Studies) (Sally Earlam, Head of Training and Education at the Association of Reflexologists and their Maternity Specialist)
  • Mindful Reflexology (for stress, anxiety and depression) (Sally Earlam)
  • Hot Stones Reflexology (Sally Earlam)
  • Facial Reflexology for stress and wellbeing (The Bergman Method) (Ziggie Bergman)
  • Reflexology for Women’s Health (Hagar Basis, Director of London’s Reflexology Academy)
  • Spinal Reflexology (Louise Keet, Principal of the London School of Reflexology)
  • Reproflexology (with Case Studies) (supporting natural conception and assisted conception) – the only practitioner in the Northamptonshire (Barbara Scott, Author of ‘Reflexology for Fertility), Chairman of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists and one of Europe’s leading fertility practitioners)
  • I’m also the only Reflexologist in the region trained in the Fertile Body Method, which is a mind-body technique I use alongside my fertility related treatments
  • Dien Chan Zone Italian Facial Reflexology (the only practitioner registered in Northamptonshire) (Helen Black, Mirror Medicine & Beatrice Moricoli, Dien Chan Zone Founder)
  • Foot Reading (Sam Belyea, Founder of the Foot Whisperer Reflexology Institute, Florida-based Reflexology & Foot Reading Tutor)
  • Tiny Toes Technique (Baby Reflexology and Massage)
  • Energy & Vibrational Healing (Sue Ricks)

I’ve also completed an Association for Nutrition (AfN) accredited course to support my work.

I have a Bsc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Keele, and later gained a MSc at the University of Salford. I’m also a qualified teacher (CELTA).


Trained by Sally Earlam

Trained by Sally Earlam

Trained by Sally Earlam