We’re here to look after you from the inside out, believing in the importance of wellbeing in everyday life. We have curated a collective of practitioners providing treatments that will support you along your wellness journey.
HOW TO BOOK:
All treatment enquiries and bookings are made directly with the therapist.
Please refer to individual therapist’s profile pages for contact info and
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Acupuncture For Fertility
When treating fertility issues we usually work together for a treatment period of 3-6 months/menstrual cycles.
Free Initial Consultation / 30 mins
Fertility Acupuncture (one off treatment)
Acupuncture is a holistic approach to health based on over 2,000 years of development and refinement in the Far East. The tradition is as much about the maintenance of health as the management of disease. Although sometimes described merely as a means of pain relief, traditional acupuncture is actually used to treat people with a wide range of illnesses. Its focus is on improving the overall wellbeing of the patient, rather than the isolated treatment of specific symptoms. The skill of an acupuncturist lies in their ability to make a traditional diagnosis from what is often a complex pattern of disharmony. The exact pattern and degree of disharmony is unique to each individual and so following diagnosis, the acupuncturist puts together a personalised treatment plan.
According to traditional Chinese philosophy, our health is dependent on the body’s motivating energy – known as qi – moving in a smooth and balanced way through a series of meridians (channels) beneath the skin. The flow of qi can be disturbed, depleted or blocked by many factors, physical, mental and emotional, leading to pain and illness. By inserting fine needles into carefully selected points along the channels of energy, an acupuncturist can stimulate the body’s own healing response and help to restore its natural balance.
Acupuncture is a widely used form of health care in many countries across the world. Acupuncture is listed by the World Health Organisation as helpful for many conditions.
Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses art media as its primary mode of communication. Clients who are referred to an art therapist need not have experience or skill in art. The art therapist is not primarily concerned with making an aesthetic or diagnostic assessment of the client’s image. The overall aim of its practitioners is to enable a client to change and grow on a personal level through the use of art materials in a safe and facilitating environment.
It offers the opportunity for expression and communication and can be particularly helpful to people who find it hard to express their thoughts and feelings verbally.
Acupuncture For Fertility
When treating fertility issues we usually work together for a treatment period of 3-6 months/menstrual cycles.
Herbal medicine is the use of medicinal plants to treat disease, and to restore and maintain health.
With the combination of thousands of years of documented use and modern research, we are able to understand how and why plants are effective and use them with knowledge and skill.
Herbal medicine is appropriate for most conditions for which you would consult your GP. These include digestive and circulatory issues, skin complaints, sleep, stress and emotional issues, hormonal imbalances, musculoskeletal aches and pains, respiratory conditions and many more.
Herbal remedies include organic tinctures, teas, powders, syrups, cream and ointments, pessaries, suppositories, inhalations and herbal bath preparations.
Homeopathy is the second most used form of medicine in the world and can help a wide variety of problems, both physical and emotional.
It is holistic and the remedies it uses are non-toxic, specially prepared, highly diluted substances (given mainly in tablet form) with the aim of triggering the body’s own healing mechanisms. A homeopath will prescribe medicines according to the patient’s specific set of symptoms, and how they experience them, taking into account their overall level of health.
Homeopathy is beneficial for people of any age with symptoms of, but not limited to, hormonal imbalance, long standing problems such as migraine, IBS-type symptoms, recurrent respiratory infections, UTIs, auto-immune diseases or a weakened immune system, but also emotional problems such as anxiety, panic attacks, sleep problems, low energy levels, high levels of stress. Transitions and periods of life changes – from bereavement, change of career to puberty, pregnancy or menopause – are points when many people seek Homeopathy as a form of medicine that can help rebalancing their system.
A complete antenatal course to help you through pregnancy and prepare you for childbirth, parenting and beyond.
HypnoBirthing is rational, logical and based in science. It is not a new approach, more a return to understanding how your mind and body work and how you can make them work for you at this exciting time of life.
Katrina is a fully qualified HypnoBirthing teacher, doula and clinical hypnotherapist who has worked with hundreds of couples since 2009 helping them birth their babies calmly, comfortably and with confidence.
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Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage, as the name suggests, focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. Using a variety of techniques, the purpose of deep tissue massage is to unstick adhesive or stuck tissue, releasing deeply held tension. The therapist will work on specific areas of tension to restore mobility and length, improving muscle function and aiding in the removal of waste products & toxins by improving blood and therefore oxygen circulation to the deep tissue. It is both corrective and therapeutic. It is beneficial for many physical problems, including sports injuries and chronic pain. Because it works very deeply, emotional issues can also be addressed, when these have been stored in the body.
(Clients must be at least 12 weeks pregnant)
Pregnancy massage is a form of Holistic Massage tailored to the needs of your pregnancy.Holistic Massage means treating the ‘whole’ of the individual – Mind, Body & Spirit, which includes the new little mind, body & spirit of your baby. Rather than performing the same set sequence of massage techniques on every single client, holistic massage means assessing the clients needs and then tailoring the massage for your personal fulfilment.
Pregnancy Massage is done in side lying position on a massage table and sometimes on your back with the table slightly raised. For part of the massage you may also be seated comfortably on a stool and leaning over the massage table with lots of pillows , to enable work on your back. You will have plenty of cushions and pillows to support you where ever you need them.
Holistic aromatherapy is the use of essential oils to promote and maintain health and wellbeing within the body, mind and spirit.
Essential oils are highly concentrated, volatile plant extracts comprising of hundreds of natural organic constituents. These oils carry various beneficial properties and natural scents of the plants they are derived from. Massage is a popular way to benefit from an essential oil blend.
Following on from a consultation the appropriate essential oils will be chosen to use for the treatment. During the consultation the client will be encouraged to say what it is that they want from the treatment and which body areas they would like the practitioner to focus – the treatment is then tailored specifically to meet the client’s needs.
The benefits of aromatherapy massage are wide ranging including simple relaxation, relief from muscular aches and pains, releasing tension, improving sleep, increasing wellbeing and improving mood.
Holistic Massage means treating the ‘whole’ of the individual – Mind, Body & Spirit. Rather than performing the same set sequence of massage techniques on every single client, holistic massage means assessing the clients needs and then tailoring the massage for their personal fulfillment.
Swedish Massage was developed by a Swedish physiologist, Henri Peter Ling in 1812. It uses a firm but gentle pressure to improve the circulation, ease muscle aches and tension, improve flexibility and create relaxation. Swedish massage is the foundation for other types of Western massage, including sports, deep tissue and aromatherapy.
Sport & Remedial Massage
Sport massage was originally developed to help athletes prepare their body for optimal performance, recover after a big event, or function well during training. Sports massage emphasizes prevention and healing of injuries to the muscles and tendons. But you don’t have to be an athlete to benefit from sports massage. Sports massage is also good for people with injuries, chronic pain or restricted range of motion. Your therapist will generally concentrate on a specific problem area. You will also be given advice on exercises that can help the problem after the treatment if appropriate.
Remedial massage is one of the most effective and readily available ways to prevent and treat muscle injuries, pain and soreness. Based on the fact that soft tissue (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia) respond to touch and that most pain is myofascial (soft tissue) in origin. Trigger points (sensitive points in muscles, which radiate or refer pain to various parts of the body) can mimic many conditions.
Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage is a fully clothed seated treatment based on old Ayurvedic techniques, involving work on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp and face. It helps reduce stress, fatigue, eyestrain, increase mental clarity, relaxes and rejuvenates the receiver. It works on the areas of the body that are most affected by stress, however while the treatment is just on the upper part of the body, it’s effects are felt throughout the whole body and mind.
The principles of Shamanism date back to humanity itself. Healing is an innate part of ourselves. It’s like each of us is born with a special and pure power, a piece that will help make a better whole. And as we face life with all its trauma and fear, we get pushed away from that power, often separated from our own talents and gifts.
Shamanic Healing is an integrative way of looking at the individual and the planet. A way to strengthen a natural connection with ourselves and the world around us. A way to reclaim wholeness by equipping ourselves with our most intimate tools. We will do that through Shamanic journeying – a practice used to access information from the sacred self through imagery and memory. Those symbols function as a coded language that allows us to access content stored in the subconscious. That can support healing, bring insights and help transform pathology.
A typical session consists of cleansing the energy field, identifying an issue to address, shamanic journeying, symbol interpretation, guidance and review of the experience.
Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy is a holistic practice that considers individuals’ life-style, mental health status, stress & genetic influences, sleep hygiene & exercise regime as well as dietary factors & nutritional status.
This therapy can offer support to those with both chronic physical and mental health conditions. It can also be extremely useful to those who wish to put preventative measures in place and positively change their lifestyle and adapt nutritional intake.
Practitioners work with clients to identify any imbalance or dysfunction that may be at the root of presenting symptoms. A sustainable and personalised protocol is created for the client tailored from a detailed health assessment.
Functional testing is often used i.e. blood markers, stool testing or genetic profiles to enable optimal support and understanding of individual needs. This follows a Personalised Nutrition Approach and the Functional Medicine Model.
Up to date scientific research is always used when implementing advice and changes. Support & encouragement is provided throughout this process.
Practitioners frequently work alongside orthodox medicine and other appropriate therapists according to the clients’ needs.
Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy can be extremely beneficial for those suffering with digestive difficulties, emotional imbalance, anxiety, hormone dysregulation, musculoskeletal discomfort & many other conditions.
An in-depth personalised case is taken in order to understand the root of current symptoms, further possible influences & the impact on client’s day-to-day life. This includes a nutrition & lifestyle protocol for client to follow, plus a comprehensive written report. Email contact (& phone if necessary) in-between appointments are included. Testing advice and supplement orders are included when necessary.
Follow up appointment:
Usually 4-6 weeks after initial consultation to review how client is getting on with protocol and whether further changes are necessary. It is a chance for clients to ask further questions and talk about what is working and what may not be right for them.
Osteopaths believe everyone can benefit from a tailored, whole-person approach to health; Iindividual history, circumstances and unique physiology are reviewed to provide you with a personalised health improvement plan.
Osteopaths will use a wide variety of gentle hands-on techniques that focus on releasing tension, improving mobility and optimising function, together with providing useful health advice and exercise if required. People of all ages see osteopaths, from babies to the elderly.
They will also work with, or refer you to, other healthcare professionals as needed to ensure you receive optimum care. They take the time to understand each patient – your unique combination of symptoms, medical history and lifestyle. This helps to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your issue, (not just addressing the site of discomfort), and formulate a treatment plan with you that will achieve the best outcome.
Osteopaths are commonly known for treating back pain and postural problems including changes due to pregnancy, caused by driving or work strain, the pain of arthritis and minor sports injuries.
Physiotherapy is a practice dedicated to the restoration of movement, function and impairment through both hands-on and movement/exercise based techniques.
Rooted in anatomy and physiology, physiotherapy uses an evidence-based approach to both assess and treat various conditions. Through comprehensive assessment techniques and movement screening, the physiotherapist can ascertain the likely causes of injury and pain, and treat effectively by means of a wide range of treatment options, from soft tissue release and mobilisation, to exercise rehab and retraining detrimental movement patterns.
Your physiotherapist can guide you should it be advisable to seek further medical advice or investigations for more complex or severe injuries.
It is possible to combine a reflexology treatment with Massage. Please specify when making your booking.
Reflexology is a non invasive complementary therapy based on stimulating specific points on the feet and hands . With the application of pressure the therapist aims to clear the pathways within the body allowing systems to flow, creating balance and stimulating natural healing.
After a consultation the treatment can be tailored to your specific needs. Reflexology treatments offer deep relaxation and an environment to let go of stresses and strains and allow your body to relax and rejuvenate. This process can help with many issues, insomnia, anxiety, gut imbalance, chronic pain, tension, headaches, hormonal imbalance as well as many more.
Pre and Postnatal Reflexology
Pregnancy treatments are a great way to support yourself and your growing baby, keeping your body in balance, providing relaxation and support both emotionally and physically with treatments tailored to each trimester a great time to take time out for yourself.
Reflexology offers support to couples during your journey to becoming parents.
With tailored treatments geared to help stimulate hormonal balance following your cycle and assisting you to optimal health. Fertility issues can be stressful for many couples and Reflexology can help calm stress levels which can affect the body in many ways.
Originating in Japan over a hundred years ago, Reiki is a non-evasive, gentle form of healing using hand techniques on or off the body to connect to a person’s energy flow. It’s a simple and natural method of healing and self-improvement. Reiki is gaining momentum for it’s uniqueness and power to work with the universal energies that exist inside and outside all of us in helping the whole body – the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual body to regain harmony and balance.
Reiki treatments help keep us in mind-body flow. Treatments can make you feel lighter, feel brighter, uplifted and re-connected promoting increased relaxation and mental wellbeing. Reiki can also be an opening and cleansing treatment going deeper helping you unlock mental as well as physical blockages. Reiki goes beyond the surface and works on a cellular level it helps us to open up to the flow of life.
Sandra uses Intuitive Usui Reiki tools and has more of a creative fluid approach guided by instinct and intuition using light movement when working with clients to explore the subtle energies that exist. Dependent on the client’s needs sessions are often supported with a short consultation process after the treatment is given to offer time for any feelings or reflections.
Sound therapy has been used as a tool for healing for thousands of years. It aids stress reduction by breaking up emotional blockages within the body and eases you into a state of meditation.
The techniques used are tailored to help relax and yet stimulate the system, allowing for the stress hormones and Cortisol to reduce, lowering blood pressure and heart rate. This help to slip into an Altered State of Consciousness (ASC) similar to that before sleep or deep meditation. Brain waves lower their rate into Alpha and Theta where self healing, cellular repair / re-elaboration mode occurs.
Dietetic counselling integrates evidence based nutrition and dietetic practice with person centred counselling modalities to support clients with food, eating and nutrition. Working with a dietitian helps you to explore and understand your physical, mental, emotional and social wellbeing, and find realistic and practical tools of caring for all of these parts of yourself with food.
Eliza specialises in disordered and body liberation, using a range of body affirming and non-diet approaches to support individuals in connecting with and trusting their bodies, and in finding a positive relationship with food. She works with clients who are in recovery from eating disorders or disordered eating, and those who are looking to reconnect with their body or find compassionate ways of promoting their wellbeing through food.
PLEASE FAMILIARISE YOURSELF WITH THE BELOW PROTOCOLS BEFORE YOUR VISIT:
We ask that you kindly still wear a mask in all communal areas and for close contact therapies, unless exempt.
Please register directly with your Therapist.
Our changing room is closed until further notice.
We will keep our cleaning standards and sanitisation unaltered, all rooms will remain well ventilated, as well as spacing between treatments.
We provide all our treatments rooms with disposable materials, antiviral products, sanitising products for all touch points, and hand sanitisers.
Social distancing and a mindful structure of movement within the building will also be in place.
We will remain flexible to address individual requests keeping our entire community in mind.
Please arrive on time for your appointment and wait outside the studio for your therapist. Don’t worry if the door is locked or they aren’t at reception, they’ll be right down.
Please take this moment to use the handsantiser next to the entrance.
Please take your belongings up to the treatment room with you.
After your treatment:
You will pay the therapist directly.
Once you are ready to go, your therapist will show the exit via the side door.
If you have any question on the above, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Appointment Cancellation Policy
Please do let us know if you cannot make your appointment. Please note, we operate a strict 24hr cancellation policy on behalf of our therapists. For cancellations made with less than 24 hours notice or if you do not turn up for your appointment, you will be charged the full appointment fee. If you do cancel an appointment without giving us 24 hours notice, we may ask you to pay for all appointments in advance.