Hypnotherapy, reflexology, REIKI/HEALING

and swedish massage IN NORFOLK

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is an ancient art originating from Chinese and Eastern traditions. It is an non intrusive complementary health therapy. The theory of reflexology is that all the systems and organs of the whole body are mirrored or reflected in smaller peripheral areas, for example the feet, hands, ears and face. The therapist applies pressure to specific points on the feet usually (or hands or face) that correspond to the different areas of the body, using thumb, finger and hand massage techniques.

It is a deeply relaxing treatment and there are several theories as to how it works. One theory is the nerve impulse theory, whereby the application of pressure on the individual foot points causes a message to the brain and on to the corresponding part of the body via the nervous system. Another theory is that the treatment works by unblocking the energy meridians, the same way that acupuncture does. Whatever the theory, it can simply make you feel better!

Reflexology can help if you are suffering from:


Poor sleep

Tension headaches


Generalised aches and pains

low mood

Hormone problems

Irregular/painful periods

Symptoms of menopause

A treatment session is usually one hour and costs £35. It can be combined with Reiki/healing (1.5 hours for £50).


Get in touch

I relocated from West Suffolk in 2020 and am now based near Fritton on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, close to Lowestoft, Somerleyton and Gorleston on Sea, with easy access from Gt Yarmouth, Beccles and Norwich. 

My spacious and comfortable treatment room is in a purpose-built extension of my country cottage in a parkland setting, with duck-ponds behind and just a short stroll from the Caldecott Hall golf course and Barn Works Fitness Spa. There is plenty of free parking available. 

I also run sessions two days a week and regular Usui Reiki Training courses with fellow therapist and Healer, Rob Tarry, in the quaint rural village of Congham, near King’s Lynn, with Sandringham and the beautiful North Norfolk coast close by.

Bed and Breakfast accommodation is available on site, if you want to enjoy a treatment as part of a longer break. www.highcottsbanb.co.uk

©Alison Rookes

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