Enjoy reflexology and complementary health therapy in the comfort and familiarity of your own home with a professional therapist. Home appointments are increasingly popular. They are suitable for individuals who for various personal reasons are unable to attend the Naas practice or are simply very busy. Appointments are mostly available to clients who have previously attended Orlagh for therapy or completed a treatment assessment.
Appointments at home suit many individuals. They are particularly popular with women who have been attending pregnancy reflexology and are now in their final trimester and also with couples receiving fertility reflexology together. Orlagh also provides therapy home visits to clients who are suffering from a medical condition or illness which prevents them from being able to attend the Naas Holistic Centre.
You can also request a home visit if you would like to enjoy a relaxing treatment in the comfort of your own home. Discounts are available for 2 or more clients.
Home Visits are ideal for:
- Pregnancy & Post Pregnancy Reflexology
- Fertility Reflexology for couples
- Couples reflexology
- Clients with illness & medical conditions
- Regular clients
- Corporate & workplace events
What do I need to supply for a home visit?
Orlagh provides everything that is needed for a home treatment visit. This will include a LaFuma chair for reflexology or an adjustable plinth. You will just need to provide a warm and quiet room with blankets and pillows. Set up will take approximately 10 minutes at the start and end of treatments.
Home visit treatment locations:
Home visits are available in the Naas and surrounding areas in Co. Kildare.
Please contact me for more details regarding cost and availability, a call out charge may be applicable.
A 24 hour cancellation policy applies to all requested appointments.
Find out more about complementary health therapies here. Orlagh Gahan is fully registered Reflexologist with the National Register of Reflexologists and is covered to provide Reflexology with most health insurers.