Yarrow Reflexology Clinical Reflexologist in Hatton, near Warwick,
Leamington Spa and Kenilworth

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Charlotte Yarrow - Clinical Reflexologist

Based in Hatton, near Warwick, Leamington Spa and Kenilworth

I am a Clinical Reflexologist and practise mainly from my dedicated treatment room at home at Hatton which is easily accessible from Warwick, Leamington Spa and Kenilworth.

I discovered Reflexology after a period of long term illness – I was at rock bottom in terms of my health and it was affecting my whole life. I found Reflexology Treatments helped me cope with the illness and move forward. I loved receiving the treatments but more importantly I began to feel better and felt more like myself again.

I was amazed that someone massaging my feet could have such a profound effect on my health and well-being. I was hooked! So much so that I left my long term successful career in the Automotive Industry and retrained as a Clinical Reflexologist with the support of my husband and two teenage sons.

I trained at the Inspires School of Reflexology and have never ceased to be amazed at the positive effect that Reflexology has on people.

I hope that you will give me the opportunity to show you the positive effects of Reflexology on your health and well-being.


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Qualifications - BA (Hons) CRM5 MAR

  • Level 5 Diploma in Practitioner Reflexology - this qualification is the highest level and included extensive anatomy, pathology and physiology training at a level recognised by the NHS.
  • Hand Reflexology
  • Auricular Reflexology
  • Specialised training to adapt reflexology for people who are chronically sick and needing Palliative Care
  • Specialised training to adapt reflexology to help and support people living with Cancer
  • Specialised training to support Maternity Care
  • Moxibustion Techniques often used to help turn a breech baby with maternity clients but is also used with Reflexology to maximise the benefits from the treatment - Click here to see more information on Moxibustion
  • NeuroEndoPsychoImmunoPody (NEPIP) - unique protocol for stress relief
  • Inner Intent Reflexology
  • Meridian Reflexology

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Why have a Reflexology Treatment?

Reflexology is a therapy that works through treating the person rather than the illness. Reflexology can help people to relax and release tension – it is found that the treatments can improve people’s mood, feelings of well-being and can lead to improved sleep.

The AoR (Association of Reflexologists - Just Click here to visit AoR ) have for many years promoted the benefits of well-being and it is now widely accepted as a major influencing factor on people’s health. The Department of Health writes, “There is a two way relationship between well-being and health: health influences well-being and well-being itself influences health” - and this is so very true.

This is how Reflexology can really help to support people – it’s a deeply relaxing treatment that can help relieve stress and improve well-being. Many complaints are believed to be linked to, or exacerbated by stress, such as headaches, IBS, back pain, stomach problems, insomnia and depression. Reflexology can support the person through illness and helping someone to relax can enhance the body’s ability to heal.

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Easy Access

Yarrow Reflexology is situated on the A4177 just off the A46. This means that it is just a short drive from Warwick, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth and Coventry.

Being less than 1 mile from Junction 15 of the M40 is convenient when travelling from Leamington Spa - Hatton is easily reached without the need to travel through Leamington and Warwick town centres.

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Gift Vouchers Available

Why not treat Friends or Family to a gift of well-being. A reflexology treatment makes a wonderful gift - it is thoughtful and a bit different. Please contact me to discuss.

Partnering with Lily and Loaf

Lily and Loaf have a range of products to support natural beauty, health and balance. They not only include nutritional supplements but aromatherapy products too. Their website has a host of useful information to support health and wellbeing - it's well worth checking out their website.
Click here to visit their website

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YouTube Channel

I am passionate about helping people to help themselves. I have created a YouTube channel with a number of short videos that show some self help techniques. Many of the films have been created for Macmillan (see below) but are also relevant for everyone and topics include:
Techniques to help you relax
Helpful hints on how to get back to sleep
Relief from neck, back and shoulder pain

Just Click here to visit my YouTube Channel.
I regularly update the content so please like and subscribe to receive notification of any new content.

Macmillan Blog

Last year I completed a course of chemotherapy and radiotherapy after being diagnosed with breast cancer. It has been a challenging journey, which for me has been made easier as I have the support of Reflexology. I wanted to help others through the same journey so, with the support of Macmillan, I created a couple of blogs with some videos demonstrating hand reflexology techniques for self-help. It has been heart-warming to have received such positive feedback and I hope that people will find them helpful.

Click here to visit my 1st Macmillan Blog which explains a what Reflexology is and gives self-techniques for boosting the lymphatic system, helping with sleep and relief from constipation.
Click here to visit my follow up Macmillan Log which gives some self-help techniques to support people having chemotherapy.

Covid-19 Secure Workplace Policy

Please click on the below link to read the Secure Workplace Policy. This provides assurance that I am a Reflexologist that is following Covid-19 guidelines provided by the Government and the Association of Reflexologists, working responsibly and safely during these unprecedented times.

Yarrow - Achillea millefolium

Yarrow is a medicinal herb that has been used since Ancient Times. Its therapeutic uses are wide ranging but include being used as an anti-inflammatory, to help blood clotting, as a chest rub to help with colds and influenza and to help stimulate circulation. I thought it quite fitting to include this amazing herb in my business name (also it just happens to be my name too!)

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