About Dawn Fox - Level 5 qualified Clinical Reflexologist 

My name is Dawn Fox (MAR, CRM5 Dip, CNHC, GJC). I am a qualified Clinical Reflexologist, a wife, a mother and more recently a grandmother. I am passionate about reflexology and love walking my dogs and spending time with family and friends. 
During my earlier career I worked in the commercial sector leading large teams of up to 100 people and increasingly found myself in the privileged position to provide support to individuals who were in personal crisis. It was evident there was a great need for help and healing particularly in relation to the mental wellbeing of staff members. I consider myself to be blessed with a natural intuition and empathy which instictively helps me to notice a person who is in need. 
Over time, my desire to assist the healing process grew and I was drawn to a career in holistic therapy attaining "The Centralia Level 5 Reflexology Mastership" along with Level 4 Anatomy and Physiology. 
I am a full member of the Association of Reflexologists (AoR) and Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). The Level 5 Reflexology Mastership is accepted by all the leading membership associations, including the AoR, CNHC - the UK's regulator for complementary therapies, the Federation of Holistic Therapists, and throughout the UK in the NHS and other healthcare industries. It is recognised by a number of private healthcare insurers so the cost of your treatment may be covered under certain policies. 
I provide bespoke reflexology treatments tailored to the individual needs of each client. It is rewarding to see the benefit reflexology can have on wellbeing. Treatments are provided from a relaxing room within my own home and at Solihull Well Being Clinic based in Hall Green, Birmingham. I also provide home visits within a ten-mile radius of Solihull. 
Please get in touch if you feel you may benefit from the therapeutic effects of reflexology. 
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