Association of Reproductive Reflexologists

Raising Standards in Reflexology for Fertility
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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:

Natural Conceptions

Conception with IVF/ICSI

Average no. of Treatments

%

Conceived whilst receiving Treatment

%

Pregnancy with IVF/ICSI

SUCCESS STORIES

Success Stories

Success Story

Success Story

Reflexologist - Angela Robinson "I cannot thank Angela enough for her fantastic treatments. After suffering a miscarriage and struggling to conceive, I became pregnant after 2 treatments of Reproflexology. I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone." Shelley Kingsley

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Success Story

Success Story

Reflexologist - Angela Robinson "I can’t thank Angela enough for her lovely relaxing treatments. She is extremely knowledgeable, professional, supportive and caring. She advised me on the best things for my personal experience, and within 3 treatments I became pregnant! Without Angela’s help I could still be waiting! Can’t thank her enough..... highly recommended!"

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Success Story

Success Story

Reflexologist - Angela Robinson "Trying to conceive has been a long journey, 9 years including my previous marriage. I had to go into hospital to have an ovarian cyst the size of a melon removed, and it was during this operation that the consultant discovered that I had severe endometriosis. After the op he told me that my chances of conceiving naturally were only 5%, and I would need IVF if I...

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Our Blogs

Focus on Reflexology for Endometriosis

Focus on Reflexology for Endometriosis

By Barbara Scott   ENDOMETRIOSIS A condition in which endometrial tissue grows outside the uterine cavity, endometriosis can develop in the pelvis, around the bowel, or in the bladder, ovaries, vagina, and, in extreme circumstances, the lungs and the brain. It is thought that as many as 20 to 25 per cent of women in the UK who are subfertile have endometriosis and approximately five to ten...

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Reflexology – Can it really help you to get pregnant?

Reflexology – Can it really help you to get pregnant?

By Barbara ScottThis Article was written for Fertility Road If you are reading this article then you may already know that many couples are now finding that once they make the decision to start a family, all is not as straightforward as they thought it might be.  We now have 1 in 6 couples globally who are experiencing difficulties of some kind when trying to get pregnant, and these are the...

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: What is it, Why does it affect Fertility, What can you do to improve your chances of Conceiving?

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: What is it, Why does it affect Fertility, What can you do to improve your chances of Conceiving?

By Barbara Scott This Article was written for Fertility Road What is it? PCOS is a wide and complex condition with a general set of accepted symptoms, which are also individual to each woman.  This can make it difficult to diagnose. It is also one of the most common reproductive conditions to affect women, so if you have been diagnosed or suspect that you have PCOS then you are far from alone....

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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.

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