Reflexology For Women located at Harrow Business Centre, Pinner Rd, Harrow HA1 4HN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 07940 498109

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Gemma Boyle

5 Google Rating

I Couldn’t recommend Maggie highly enough. Her approach is fantastic - soft, kind and puts you imm

5/ 5

I Couldn’t recommend Maggie highly enough. Her approach is fantastic - soft, kind and puts you immediately at ease. She’s super flexible around my schedule and any changes I need to make. Most importantly I credit Maggie for not only naturally inducing my labour, but making it a super speedy one at only 6 hours, (which is exceptionally short given it was my first baby). I truly believe it was down to my reflexology sessions with Maggie leading up to but also on the morning of my birth that led to such a smooth, fast and natural labour.

Birju D

5 Google Rating

I decided to have reflexology as a means of balancing a very busy life. I have a session with Maggie

5/ 5

I decided to have reflexology as a means of balancing a very busy life. I have a session with Maggie 2-3 times a month and I look forward to them in the knowledge that it will leave me feeling much calmer and relaxed. The session is an absolute pleasure and the ongoing results are wonderful. I look forward to my regular sessions and feel that I am taking preventative measures with my health. I would highly recommend Maggie as a Reflexologist – she has a very gentle and caring approach. Birju

A Trivedi

5 Google Rating

Maggie is a wonderful reflexologist. I initially saw her about problems I was having with my back du

5/ 5

Maggie is a wonderful reflexologist. I initially saw her about problems I was having with my back during pregnancy. Even after just one treatment the pain had almost gone. More recently Maggie has started to do facial reflexology which is an absolute treat. She is patient and understanding - you won’t find a nicer person. I would absolutely recommend her!

nav panesar

5 Google Rating

Maggie has helped me in so many ways. Not only were the reflexology sessions I've been having for ov

5/ 5

Maggie has helped me in so many ways. Not only were the reflexology sessions I've been having for over a year and a half, relaxing but they were also so helpful to me. Maggie helped me through a stage of my life by just listening and telling me her stories. I can honestly say that Maggie has now become a friend for life and wouldn't be where I am today without her! Thank you Maggie x

Reena Dabasia

5 Google Rating

A fantastic and very well experienced reflexologist who made the world of difference from my first s

5/ 5

A fantastic and very well experienced reflexologist who made the world of difference from my first session. My day to day life was more or less combined with pain but Maggie was my first step to a cure and she was exactly that. Thank you very much Maggie.

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