Limbic Reflexology – for the management of Fibromyalgia

The Exchange, 33 Gawber Road, Barnsley S75 2AH

Understanding my mental health and wellbeing

Limbic Reflexology has been found to be particularly suitable for Fibromyalgia. Indeed, the development of Limbic Reflexology in 2012 involved volunteers living with Fibromyalgia. This foot reflexology approach focuses on the reflex areas related to the brain, and disruption of the brain’s pain processing pathways has been identified as the central problem in fibromyalgia. Many people have found seven weekly treatments helpful in greatly reducing the disabling features of Fibromyalgia and monthly treatments, thereafter, helps in maintaining the improvements.

If you have a formal diagnosis of Fibromyalgia, preferably diagnosed by a rheumatologist and you can commit to all treatments, (any break affects the outcome) you can access treatment here at the Recovery College.

Cost

Free

At The Exchange

Start dates and time

TermDayDateTimesDuration
Term 1Thursday8 September 202210-10:457 weeks
Term 1Thursday8 September 202211-11:457 weeks
Term 1Thursday8 September 202212-12:457 weeks

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