with Julie Neale, Therapeutic Artist, Steiner Waldorf Teacher and Storyteller Thursday 9.30am – 11.30am, starts 14th Sept until 19th October “Colour is the soul of nature and the entire cosmos. We participate in this soul when we experience colour”, Rudolf…
A practical guide to creating a more fulfilling and en-souled working life. 14th October, 2017 This workshop is designed to bring greater confidence in taking our unique and individual spiritual resources out into the world. We take the participants into…
The treatment consists of gently applying massage movements or pressure onto particular areas of the feet (reflex zones). Reflexology can also be considered as an alternative for people who may feel uncomfortable with a whole body massage. Sessions last about an hour and are usually experienced as deeply relaxing.
Dip. RMT, Dip. Refl. ,Registered with CAHSC
At the basis of my work is the realisation that Rhythmical Massage is not only a means for relaxation but indeed a healing tool for body, soul and spirit. I trained in Rhythmical Massage Therapy in Germany and Switzerland between 1998 – 2003. I have worked in a number of therapeutic settings in Switzerland and in England. I have experience working with Massage at a Clinic offering integrative medicine and therapies, a Therapy Centre as part of a multidisciplinary team and at an educational Trust. In 2011 I became a fully trained Reflexologist.
The treatments I offer are tailored to meet your individual needs and are aimed at being relaxing as well as harmonising and rejuvenating.
Physiotherapy, Rhythmical Massage and 1-on-1 Pilates Rehabilitation
Anna is a Chartered Physiotherapist, registered with the HCPC. She has been a therapist for about 30 years, having been trained in Physiotherapy; Rhythmical Massage Therapy and Modified Pilates for Rehabilitation. Over the years she has worked in many different therapeutic settings, in the UK and abroad, and has integrated mainstream and complementary medicine where possible. She has a special interest in pain management and rehabilitation. Over the last six years she has been working at a pain management clinic in London. In Physiotherapy her approach is holistic. This could involve an integrated therapeutic approach or using a separate therapy.