Our Therapists are fully trained and qualified with a wealth of experience in their specialities.
Complementary Thearapies work alongside orthodox medicine, or on their own as a preventative or alleviative method.
Complementary medicine refers to healing practices and products that can work in conjunction with traditional medicine. For example, a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy may also undergo acupuncture to help manage chemo side effects like nausea and vomiting.
We beleive in working with the body's natural functions and trying to support balance within life-style.
We have seven massage therapists available offering a range of massage treatments including post-surgery, hot stone, women’s health, head, aromatherapy, Thai and fusion.
Massages are available most days. Booking is essential by contacting the therapist.
Holistic, Remedial & Aromatherapy massage & Reflexology - Sue Denerley
Sue has many years experience and specialises in massage post surgery e.g. mastectomy, Reflexology
Availability: Tuesday afternoons
Yoga Therapy Consultant, Women’s Health Massage & Fusion Massage - Karen Duke
Karen has trained in Women's Health, Restorative Yoga, Structural Alignment and back and joint issues and is an Advanced Massage Therapist in Fusion Massage
Availability: Thursday, Friday & other days possible
Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone - Jiri Seidl
Jiri offers relaxing and deep tissue massage. Release tension in your body, improve health status, or simply treat yourself.
Availability: Saturday, Sunday & other days possible
Prices: 30mins £20. 60mins £29
Fusion, Sports & Remedial Massage - Maureen Abson
Primarily working on tight 'facia' and trying to free space for easier movement. Maureen is an international massage therapist trainer.
Availability: Wednesdays, Thursdays
No Hands Massage & Somatics - Yvonne Heyes
No Hands Massage Uses forearms & elbows to provide deep therapeutic techniques
Somatics is a system of re-learning how to move muscle groups, proven to work effectively in the reduction of painful movement
Availability: Monday mornings - other days possible
A group of Counsellors, covering a range of specialist areas between them, able to offer immediate access for support.
Availability: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday
Team: Moira, Michael and Aisha
REGISTERED COUNSELLOR & PSYCHOTHERAPIST - 07868 485473
Hazel is an experienced counsellor trained across many areas including key 'relationships' and in helping individuals deal with difficult circumstances.
Availability: Friday, Saturday & other days/evenings possible
Therapist: Hazel Banda
Soundbaths - Emma Lowther-Wright
Emma offers One to One and small group Soundbaths. She plays Himalayan Singing Bowls, Crystal Singing Bowls and Drums to enable deep physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Especially helpful for those with stress-related conditions.
Availability: Weds evening, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Price: 30min £30 45mins £40 1hr £45
Therapy Type & Websites
A healing approach to balancing energy within the body, based on Chinese/Japanese Medicine principles of Meridian Lines
Other days/evenings possible
0775 123 8374
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Holistic Oriental 'Fusion Massage'
Tailored to individual, Lifestyle advice, Beauty Therapy
Specialist in Therapeutic Pregnancy Massage &
Post Natal Massage
Relief from general aches/pains using specialist massage couch!
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What is Yoga Therapy?
Yoga therapy is the personalised application of yoga techniques to fit the current needs and interests of the individual.
It uses gentle postures, breathing practices, relaxation techniques and meditation to help restore body/mind balance and promote natural healing.
It empowers you to look after your own health.
Who can Yoga Therapy Help?
Whilst yoga therapy is not a substitute for western medical science, a growing body of research suggests that yoga therapy may help a wide range of disorders including:
•Stress related problems
•Physical ailments including back and joint issues
•Mental and emotional issues such as anxiety and depression
•Postural and balance problems
•Women’s Health ranging from irregular or painful menstruation, infertility, prolapse & menopause.
•Helping patients to recover from injuries, surgery and illnesses
Yoga therapy can also enhance the quality of life for patients with chronic diseases.
What to Expect
The first therapy clinic session will be a 90 minute one to one session.
A health information questionnaire will be completed either before or during the session.
Discussions will then take place looking at the medical history, injury, past or current treatment and medication currently being taken. There will also be discussions around daily activities and work.
A postural analysis will take place observing movements and the breath. Previous yoga experience will be taken into consideration. Discussions will take place around issues and priority of concerns.
A short yoga practice will be compiled for you to do at home between sessions. This will have been undertaken in the session to ensure that you know how to perform all the elements of the practice safely.
A written copy of the practice will be given to you.
After the Event
Yoga therapy is a self care approach to your wellness, supported by a yoga therapist.
It will be most helpful to you if you are willing to take an active role in your own health care. This may involve undertaking the home practice daily or as discussed with your therapist.
Follow up sessions may be required which will be 60 minutes long. This will involve discussions around the home practice and your observations. Adjustments may be made to the practice following your feedback and priorities.
What to Wear?
Dress in comfortable clothing in which you can stretch and move freely.
NOTE: You do NOT require any yoga experience to attend yoga therapy.