Free reflexology for residents – MHA jumps in with both feet


Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Not-for-profit provider MHA plans to offer reflexology, a form of ancient Chinese medicine that involves the massage of reflex areas found in the feet and hands, to all its residents free of charge.

At an awards ceremony held at the Midland Hotel in Derby, the first members of MHA’s staff to complete their training in reflexology were presented with diplomas by MHA chair, Keith Salsbury.


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