After shopping in town why not give your feet a treat

Massage room with white cupboard, heater and a bright lamp shown in the picture

lldi's studio - Credit: Contributed

If the lack of petrol has left you using more traditional methods to get about you may find your feet need a little love and attention too.

Born in Hungary, IIdiko Nagy came over to England 17 years ago and, having spent 15 years working in hospitality around the country, settled in Branscombe when she started working in Sidmouth.

Whilst many people go through a bit of a crisis as they make their way through life’s rich tapestry lldi realised a change of direction was on the cards as she closed in on the big ‘four zero’. Not being shy of hard work and after much thought about how she could help people, the spirited young lady studied to be a foot health care professional. After qualifying in 2019 she hit the ground running, not wasting any time in building up a client base for her new business.

Keen to ensure all her clients are happy with the treatment and service they receive, her conscientious attitude towards her work makes her the “go to” person when it comes to foot treatments in the area, and she is more than happy to advise before you take the plunge and place your feet in her hands.

Working from Utopia Hair and Beauty salon in Fore Street, she has quickly established her talents within her profession and is regularly seen driving around the county carrying out home visits to those, who for whatever reason, can’t get into the popular salon. Being as flexible as she can she combines this with appointments from her comfortable first floor studio within the salon to those clients who decide to visit for their treatment.

So, if you are starting to feel as though you have walked the circumference of the Earth and would like to put the spring back into your step give lldi a call on 07472365599 or call the salon on 01395 516666.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter