Lynne Breen

I have always had an interest in health and complementary therapies and originally trained as a nurse at Guys Hospital in London in 1984. I qualified as a Reflexologist in 2002 with the Association of Reflexologists and have been practising for 20 years.

I have further training in Linking Reflexology, Maternity and subfertility Reflexology and VRT Reflexology.  I am also a Holistic Massage and Indian Head Massage therapist and a Reiki Master.
My experience includes working from Health Clubs, my home studio, providing reflexology to Age Concern clients and providing Reflexology in the workplace to companies such as Bupa, Ashford Mental Health Hospital and a Local Council Authority.
I have a vast experience of seeing clients with an array of health conditions, women throughout pregnancy and pre-pregnancy and also those who view Reflexology as part of their on going well being.

I have recently moved from London and am looking forward to joining the team at Jordan’s Courtyard. I have two adult sons, one grandson and another grandchild arriving soon and enjoy walking with my wire haired Vizsla Luna.

Reflexology is both old and new.  It has its roots in Egypt, China and India but it is only in this Century that it has found its way to the West.

Reflexology is a holistic health touch therapy which is based on the theory that there are points on the feet, hands and face that correspond to all the organs and systems of the body.  Reflexologists use various pressure techniques on these areas aiming to relax the corresponding parts of the body.  This relaxation enables the body to bring itself into balance, helping to activate the natural healing powers of the body. 
Reflexology can help to:
Increase relaxation
Improve sleep
Improve mood
Improve sense of well-being
Promote release of tension
Encourage the release of endorphins.
What happens?

On the first visit, a health and lifestyle history is taken.  A course of treatments may be recommended. Shoes and socks are removed and the treatment begins by applying gentle pressure to the feet.  This usually feels extremely relaxing but occasionally there may be some tender areas.  If this is the case, pressure can be adjusted and a different technique can be used, so you do not need to experience any discomfort.   Most people love having reflexology, they find it to be very relaxing.  Reflexology is a safe, non-invasive treatment which can be used for anyone from babies to the elderly.


[email protected] / 07940 541536
One hour session -£55