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EP 161: Does Reflexology actually help when you are TTC?

EP 161: Does Reflexology actually help when you are TTC?

Barbara Scott gives me the facts about the success rates of Reflexology

Barbara Scott

I’ve met Barbara a few times more and she is such a wonderfully, passionate lady. Dedicated to helping others I was really looking forward to talking more with her about her work.

About Barbara

Barbara founded Seren Reproductive Reflexology and is the Chair of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists. For the past twenty years, Barbara has been practising as a reflexologist and has developed successful treatment plans for enhancing and treating fertility issues. Now considered to be one of Europe’s leading fertility practitioners she has trained hundreds of reflexologists to use the methods she has developed to great effect.
In demand as a speaker on this subject, she lectured last year at the RIEN international reflexology conference held in Madeira and this year is holding a workshop at the Danish Reflexology Association’s conference.

About  Seren Natural Fertility

Seren is dedicated to tackling infertility and to enhancing fertility through reflexology, hypnotherapy and other holistic therapies. Seren specialises in the treatment of infertility, particularly for couples undergoing assisted fertility treatments such as IUI and IVF/ICSI. Find out more about Seren Natural Fertility hereand Reproductive Reflexologists here

You can also follow her on  Facebook and Twitter
In this episode I also talked about journalist Emma Barnett and her article in The Sunday Times yesterday
which you can read via Emma’s profile here

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