Sarah Woodhouse Reflexology, Fertility Reflexology and Relaxation Techniques
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

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Bowen, Reflexology & Relaxation for you & your family, close to Bury St Edmunds & Stomarket

My passion is in enabling my clients to take a more holistic approach to their physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being using Reflexology and Relaxation techniques. I'm also in the process of training with the College of Bowen Studies to become a Bowen practitioner.

Close to Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket, Ipswich, Newmarket and Thetford, my treatment room is based in the beautiful village of Woolpit right in the heart of Suffolk and easily accessible from the A14.

My clients come to me for a variety of reasons; some because they need the time out to relax and recharge, but many because they are facing conditions or situations that they want support with, which may include:


By stimulating and massaging points on the feet or hands that correspond to points in the body, I work with your own body's ability to restore balance and harmony. A wonderfully relaxing therapeutic treatment, reflexology can have enormous positive benefits and transformative effects for everyone, from baby to adult. For some people the benefit can be as simple as relaxing, for others it can help with stress and anxiety, or specific issues like back pain or migraines. With fertility treatment on the NHS more difficult to obtain, many people are coming for conception / fertility reflexology, and are going on to use reflexology to help support them during their pregnancy journey.

As well as offering reflexology and fertility reflexology at my treatment room (close to Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket), I also offer baby and child reflexology courses where you can learn about Gentle Touch™ Reflexology and other key techniques that you can use on your own family.

For more information click through to the links above, or contact me on 07715213392, or at

Relaxation Techniques

If you are finding it difficult to relax, or stress and anxiety are issues, then relaxation techniques can be incorporated into your reflexology, or fertility reflexology treatment. Alternatively you may prefer to have dedicated, focused relaxation sessions. I also offer one to one sessions and group workshops that can teach you key relaxation techniques at my treatment room close to Stowmarket and Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Thetford and Newmarket, in the small village of Woolpit in the heart of Suffolk.

For more information click through to the link above, or contact me on 07715213392, or at

Stress and Anxiety Support

My focus is to help you understand what ‘happens’ when you experience stress and anxiety, and to support and guide you in learning relaxation techniques, including breathing, guided meditations and visualisations. My clients including teenagers, and I have also run school based workshops teaching relaxation techniques in the Stowmarket and Bury St Edmunds area to help with exam stress and anxiety.

For more information click through to the links above, or contact me on 07715213392, or at

Conception & Fertility Reflexology, Pregnancy and Birth

Reflexology and Relaxation Techniques can play an important role in supporting you through your fertility, conception, pregnancy and birthing journey.

Conception / Fertility Reflexology in Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket and surrounding area
If you are experiencing problems with conception or fertility then reflexology can provide a supportive role, helping to balance body and mind during your fertility and conception journey.

Many women find reflexology beneficial during pregnancy and in helping them prepare for birth.

For more information or a confidential chat on 07715213392, or at

Babies, Children and Teenagers

Children of all ages can benefit physically and emotionally from reflexology - some parents also see an improvement in mood and behaviour patterns as a result of a happier, more contented and relaxed child. Recent successes include working with children with migraines and severe constipation. As well as individual treatments I also teach relaxation techniques, which is especially useful for teenagers suffering from exam stress.

Please click on the relevant link for more information, or you can contact me on 07715213392 or at

Welcome. CNHC

About Me

I am a member of the Assocation of Reflexologists and registered with the CNHC, the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, for my work as a Reflexologist.

I have studied Reflexology at West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds, Gentle Touch Reflexology with Sue Ricks, Relaxation Techniques with Nikki Durrant, and Fertility Reflexology, 'Reflexology supporting Conception', with Jackie James at Calming Influences. I'm also studying to be a Bowen practioner with the College of Bowen Studies - I'm always on the look out for people who are willing to be case studies, so please don't hesitate to contact me, or click for more information about Bowen.

Welcome. Jenna Gong


Gong Sound Baths: The Healing Power of Sound

From a piece of music to birds singing in the trees, the crash of a wave against the shore to the sound of laughter, we all have sounds that touch our soul, that resonate with us on a level that we often take for-granted, that more often than not bring with them a healing power that can restore, re-balance, and rejuvenate us. Sound is inextricably woven into the very fabric of our being, from the beginning of human-kind, through every ancient civilisation, through every culture, through to us now in our modern world. Sound resonates in each one of us.

Jenna Gooding is one of a group of Gong practitioners in the UK who are helping us to reconnect with healing power of sound through Gong Sound Baths. “A Gong Sound Bath is how we describe a total immersion in the sounds of the Gongs” said Jenna, “I am honoured to work with the Gongs as I believe that their sounds are the ultimate transformative healing tool, and I have seen how that healing can be life changing on both a physical and emotional level.”

I spoke with Jenna to find out more about these fascinating instruments and their healing power:

What is the history of the Gong?

“Gongs are thought to originate from India at the beginning of the bronze age before spreading throughout Asia and finding their way into Buddhist culture around 600bc. It’s likely that their initial use was as ceremonial ritual instruments, used for meditation and enlightenment, healing, rejuvenation and altering consciousness.”

How does healing power of the Gong work?

“As well as hearing sound the body also feels sound – just think about how you can feel sound vibrating through your body when you are close to a speaker. Every organ and cell in our body has a frequency at which it’s balanced, and when its out of balance that frequency becomes ‘out of tune’, and so our mind, body and soul are also out of balance. The sound of the Gongs lowers brain waves and induces a state of deep meditation and relaxation, while the body takes in the complexity of sound and harmonics created by the Gong and re-tunes anything that is out of balance by a process call entrainment, healing and balancing us.”

How can it help support my health and well-being?

“The Gong can be used as a simple self care and relaxation tool, which is so important especially with the busy lives we lead. Immersing yourself in the sound of the Gongs is a great way to let our body and brains just rest – many people have found a wonderful peace and stillness with the [read more]

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