Acupuncture is a way of balancing the body’s energy with the use of fine needles and moxa (a warming herb) to restore health in mind, body and spirit.
Annie Hatfield BSc MB BCh Lic Ac
Heather Campbell LicAc
Practitioner: Jodi Capleton BSc(Hons) Ost Med, ND, MSCC
Biodynamic massage therapy is a very kind emotional and physical approach to healing and personal development which offers general health benefits and can help a wide range of disorders, as well as aid general well-being.
Practitioner: Ruth Baigent, BA(Hons) ABMT
Homeopathy is the use of individually selected remedies to bring about increased vitality and well-being and treats a wide range of physical, emotional and mental conditions.
Practitioner: Shelagh Cleary BA (Hons) , LSSH, RHom , MARH
Hypnotherapy is a safe, natural and relaxing technique for the relief of stress related problems, obesity, insomnia and lack of confidence. It is also an effective way of working with psychological problems.
Practitioner: Tessa Goldhawk BA (Hons) ATA, D.Hyp, PDCHyp, MBSCH
Based on Chinese Medicine using muscle testing, kinesiology addresses the physical, emotional, energetics and nutritional needs of the body. With the aid of naturopathic techniques and herbs she helps the body to help itself. Each treatment is as unique as the person!
Practitioner: Anna Findlay BSc MSc
Massage and Sports Therapy
Massage and Sports Therapy are the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, using a variety of movements and sequences which produce a feeling of ease and comfort. Massage can improve circulation, relax muscles and aid digestion.
Lorna Murray IPTI ITEC
Penny Monger IPTI
Practitioner: Janet Hay
Osteopathy recognises that much of the pain and disability we suffer stems from abnormalities in the body’s structure and function. Osteopaths diagnose and treat problems with muscles, ligaments, nerves and joints to help the body’s natural healing ability. Treatment involves gentle manual techniques, easing pain, reducing swelling and improving mobility.
Practitioner: Kevin Meyers D.O.
Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It takes the holistic approach rather than just focusing on the individual aspects of an injury or illness.
Practitioner: Elizabeth Laity MCSP (Chartered Physiotherapist, HCPC Registered 1984) AACP
Reflexology is based on the principle that all parts of the body are reflected in the feet and hands and by applying gentle pressure to these areas, it will have an effect on the corresponding part of the body and thus restore balance.
Practitioner: Clare Savage BSc, MAAT, AOR
Shiatsu is an ancient Japanese healing art using acupressure points, finger and palm pressure, gentle stretches and mobilisation techniques. Being a whole body treatment, clients need to wear comfortable, loose clothing.
Practitioner: Therese Hawkins Dip HSEC
Practitioner: Philippa Vaizey UKCP Registered Transpersonal Psychotherapist