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What is Reproductive Reflexology?
Reproductive Reflexology (or Reproflexology™) can be used as a stand-alone treatment to enhance your natural fertility, or with all forms of assisted conception including Clomid, IUI, IVF and ICSI. It can also be used to support individuals and couples using surrogacy or donors in IVF cycles.
Members of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists (MARR) are specially trained, using structured and prescriptive treatment protocols, to support couples through all phases of their assisted conception programme.
The Association of Reproductive Reflexologists undertook a data collection study of 180 clients (age 24-46), who were receiving reproductive reflexology whilst trying to conceive.
Here are the results:
Conception with IVF/ICSI
Average no. of Treatments
Conceived whilst receiving Treatment
Pregnancy with IVF/ICSI
Reflexologist - Shirley Jackson "Shirley assisted me while I was attempting to get pregnant via IVF. Shirley went above and beyond in terms of supporting me and I now consider her a friend as well as my reflexologist. I would highly recommend Shirley if you are trying to conceive naturally or via IVF as she is extremely knowledgeable and I am sure her input has resulted in a successful outcome...
Reflexologist - Harriet Combes "Meeting Harriet has turned into a complete blessing with very happy results. Having spent months trying, unsuccessfully, to conceive, as soon I started working with Harriet, she quickly got me onto a program where I was seeing and feeling the benefits. Harriet’s knowledge of how the body works, how important every aspect of our life is to conceive, was not only...
Reflexologist - Zoë Oughton ”My partner and I have struggled to conceive after 3 attempts of IVF we conceived naturally just before going for our 4th round. Our daughter is now 4 years old and since she was born I knew I wanted another so since then we had been trying. I was 44 and I reaching my 45th birthday I knew time wasn’t on my side. As a last ditch attempt I thought about alternative...
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Train to become a Reproductive Reflexologist
Reproflexology™ is taught by Seren Natural Fertility and comprises of two parts, each course over two days.
Research and Case Studies are used outside of the course to support this.