Pear Tree Reflexology North Essex

Mobile reflexologist covering Saffron Walden, Halstead, Haverhill and neighbouring villages

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Welcome, thank you for visiting my website.

My name is Catherine Wainman and I set up Pear Tree Reflexology, naming the business after a beautiful pear tree in our garden. I love witnessing the tree's gorgeous blossom in the spring and munching on the sumptuous pears in the autumn. I am City & Guilds Level 3 qualified, fully insured reflexologist passionate about offering clients a relaxing treatment whereby you maximise on "me time".

Whether you are looking to have a course of treatments, regular appointments or occasional visits, I offer quality reflexology treatments in the comfort of your own home or the convenience of your workplace. As a mobile reflexologist I am able to travel to Saffron Walden, Halstead, Haverhill and neighbouring villages.

Having reflexology treatments can help to unwind and de-stress, allowing the body and mind to reset. Think of all the many issues that arise from stress and anxiety from digestive issues, migraines, sleep deprivation, hormonal imbalances to name a few. Reflexology is incredibly soothing and helps to boost well-being which in turn may have positive outcomes for people suffering from a number of common ailments.

Please take a look at the rest of the website to learn more about this amazing therapy and what I can offer.


Mondays

If you are looking to get away from home for a reflexology treatment you might like to consider the calm environment at The Riverside Barns at Ickleton. Just a few miles north of Saffron Walden, I will be there on Mondays, working in the relaxing treatment room at Soul Sisters. You can contact me or Soul Sisters to arrange an appointment.

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The pear tree, looking blooming marvellous - April 2018


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