Please take the time to read the following information about what to expect from a treatment.

Before attending
  • Please keep any meals light

  • Avoid drinking alcohol or taking any recreational drugs

  • Ensure you drink plenty of water

  • Please wear loose, comfortable clothing.  

  • For reflexology please wear loose fitting trousers, shorts or a skirt/dress that enables access your lower leg up to the knee. 


Initial consultation

An initial consultation will be conducted where questions about your lifestyle and medical history will be asked.  You will be asked if you have any particular concerns or requirements. This is to help ascertain the most appropriate treatment plan for you and also to help you be clear about the treatment taking place. 

This can take a little time, but is necessary for building up a picture of your treatment needs and whether or not any treatment will be suitable.  You may choose to have a form emailed over to you for you to print off and fill out in advance of your appointment, if you would prefer. Subsequent treatments will simply require checking whether anything has changed and that the treatment plan is still appropriate to your needs.


If you are currently being treated by your GP or other medical professional, please seek their advice before booking an appointment.


If you are diagnosed with the following, please check with a GP or other medical professional before attending:


  • Arthritis

  • Epilepsy

  • Diabetes - you may want to consult your GP if you are having any difficulty in managing the symptoms associated with diabetes (please note: massage and reflexology have potential benefits (link to and I regularly give treatments to people diagnosed with diabetes).

  • Pregnancy - yes, I know, not a diagnosis, however, please check with your midwife or consultant that they are happy for you to proceed.  

You will be required to either sign a disclaimer stating that you have taken appropriate medical advice and are happy to proceed (depending on the condition, so please contact me to enquire).  Please note that all information is kept in confidence as per the Privacy Notice.


The following conditions will need a note from your GP or other medical professional stating that they are happy for the chosen therapy to proceed:

  • Angina

  • Arteriosclerosis

  • Cancer (if suspected or currently under Oncology)

  • Deep vein thrombosis (after at least 3 months)

  • Emphysema

  • Haemophilia

  • Heart Attack (after 3 months post attack)

  • Heart Failure

  • High Blood Pressure (only if uncontrolled, ok if stable and on medication)

  • Oedema (depending on the cause)

  • Previous stroke or Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA)

  • Severe sudden headaches (with no previous history of similar).

  • Unstable blood sugar levels

Please note that this list is not exhaustive, if in doubt, please get in touch.


The following will prevent a treatment taking place:

  • Any form of infectious disease, infection or fever, e.g. diarrhoea and vomiting, or infectious skin diseases and disorders

  • Inflammation, bruising and acute injury (prevents massage/reflexology to that specific area until healed)

  • If you are under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs

  • Any inappropriate suggestions or physical behaviour will result in the treatment being terminated immediately

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*Disclaimer: Information on Doncaster Wellbeing is correct to the best of our knowledge. However, we cannot take any responsibility for any accidental error – we're human! If you find an error, please do contact us and we’ll do our best to rectify it.  If you are vegan, or have any particular allergy, please take care to always double check ingredients.  Please note: times quoted include consultation time.  Massage therapy, Reflexology and Aromatherapy are classed as a “complementary therapies” meaning that they are used alongside (as a complement to) conventional medicine. Complementary therapists cannot make diagnoses (unless also medically qualified to do so – ie they are a GP, or similar). In addition complementary therapy should not be used as an alternative to seeking appropriate medical advice.