Traditional Acupuncture

Acupuncturists insert fine, sterile needles to specific points along the meridians to promote the body’s own healing response and restore the body's natural balance. Receiving acupuncture can feel deeply relaxing and enjoyable.

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Precision Reflexology

Reflexology is a holistic healing technique which works on the principle that there are energy zones that run throughout the body and reflex areas in the feet that correspond to all the major organs, glands and body parts.

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Holistic Massage

Holistic massage is a relaxing therapy aimed at harmonising mind, body and spirit. Smooth, flowing Swedish massage techniques are combined with acupressure to rebalance the body’s vital energy.

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Nutritional Advice

Good nutrition is fundamental for optimum health. The types of food and drink we choose to consume can drastically affect our physical, mental and emotional health. Are you really choosing the right foods for your own unique body?

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Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a natural therapy which helps your own subconscious mind to safely make the positive changes you require in your life. The therapist induces a form of deep relaxation, called hypnosis or therapeutic trance.

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Nutritional Advice

Good nutrition is fundamental for optimum health. The types of food and drink we choose to consume can drastically affect our physical, mental and emotional health. You may think that you are making healthy choices, but are you really choosing the right foods for your own unique body? Do you experience tiredness, fatigue, a sluggish or bloated digestion? Do you get migraines, headaches, or have dry, itchy or inflamed skin? Would you like to lose weight, feel energetic and have improved concentration and memory? If the answer is 'yes' to any of these questions you may benefit from receiving personalised nutritional advice. 

What to expect in a session

In the first session I may ask you to explain your reasons for seeking nutritional advice, and ask you to describe your diet by writing down a typical day's intake, including foods and drinks that you consume. I may ask to look at your tongue and take your pulse, and inquire about other aspects of your health and wellbeing. When giving advice, I carefully consider your individual lifestyle factors, creating a realistic and sustainable nutrition plan which will help to optimise your health and wellbeing. A written diet and nutrition plan is e-mailed or posted to you for your own reference.

In follow-up sessions I will ask you about your progress and decide on any changes that need to be made, depending on your feedback and responses, and any change in your presenting problem.