All sessions last for approximately one hour and take place in Mulbarton in a friendly, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere.
Children and young people under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
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Hands-on - £50
Distance Healing/Coaching (phone/Skype) - £40
Under 12 - £25 for 30 mins
Reiki is a totally natural, gentle energy healing method developed by Japanese Buddhist Dr. Mikao Usui in the early part of the 20th Century.
The Japanese word 'Reiki' translates as 'sacred energy'. It describes the universal energy believed to surround, connect and exist in all living things. When the flow of our energy is blocked or stagnant, we experience a range of unwanted physical, emotional and mental symptoms.
Reiki energy is said to remove blockages in the energy body, allowing for free-flow of 'Ki' and thus promoting healing on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. It is deeply relaxing - it has an almost meditative quality, bringing a sense of well-being and thus providing valuable support for a range of conditions, such as:
Please note that Reiki is not intended as a diagnostic or as a replacement for conventional medicine but as a complementary therapy. If you have any concerns about your health, you should consult your G.P.
Reflexology is a natural healing art developed by nurse and physiotherapist Eunice D. Ingham. It is based on the principle that there are reflex points in the feet, hands and ears which correspond to every structure, gland and organ of the body. It is very closely related to, and sprung from, Acupressure.
A typical treatment involves a consultation to discuss your history and your requirements, followed by soothing and relaxing massage of all of the areas of both feet, focusing especially on relieving areas of tension or tenderness.
By applying pressure on the individual reflexes of the feet, and sometimes the hands, reflexology can improve mood, aid sleep, relieve tension, aid relaxation, promote a sense of well-being and enable free-flow of energy (Ki/Qi). It may also be very beneficial to those suffering with sleeplessness or fatigue. It is wonderfully relaxing and induces a sense of well-being and deep calm.
Reflexology is not intended as a diagnostic or as a replacement for conventional medicine but as a complementary therapy. If you have any concerns about your health, you should consult your G.P.
Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage, also known as champissage, has been traditionally practised within Indian families for centuries. It is based on a system of Ayurvedic healing and was brought to the West by Narendra Mehta in the 1970s.
This wonderfully relaxing treatment involves both seated and supine massage of the upper back, neck, shoulders, upper arms, head and face, using hypo-allergenic oils.
The Practitioner uses a combination of massage strokes in order to relax muscles, reduce stress, calm the mind and promote deep relaxation. Indian Head Massage may also be of benefit to those suffering with insomnia or headaches and is said to help maintain the health of the hair and scalp.
This massage can be taken as standalone treatment, or it can be combined with Reiki Healing. When taken together, the benefits of both treatments become greatly enhanced and an overall sense of deep well-being can be achieved.
Indian Head Massage is not intended as a replacement for conventional medicine but as a complementary therapy. In the case of frequent or regular undiagnosed headaches, you should consult your G.P.
Head-to-Toe Pamper session - hand and foot massage
It is extraordinary how much tension we store in our hands and feet - and yet, hardly surprising, when you consider how hard they work all day!
This wonderfully relaxing treatment involves a variety of massage strokes, using reflexology techniques on the hands, forearms, feet and ankles. It will soothe muscles you didn't know were aching - releasing a natural flow of endorphins, increasing circulation and promoting a sense of calm, relaxation and well-being.
As with all massage, this treatment is not recommended for those who have infection/fever or DVT. It is not intended as a replacement for conventional medicine and if you have any doubts or concerns, you should consult your G.P. prior to treatment.