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Cristina Popovici

As a counsellor, hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner I have worked with a lot of different techniques throughout the years when it comes to making changes in a client. On top of that, I am also an energy healer and meditation teacher. Therefore I do believe in the power of visualisation and positive suggestion - after all,... [read more]

Ragini Varia

Sixty percent of British people currently suffer or have suffered from a skin condition at some point during their lifetime (British Skin Foundation). Eczema being one of the most prevalent in the UK, where one in five children and one in twelve adults have eczema.(National Eczema Society). 30% of my clients each year are eczema sufferers, either... [read more]

Elaine Iljon Foreman

THE SKY'S NO LONGER THE LIMIT! Imagine not being able to fly to the sun, city or ski slope for an annual holiday, short break, or business trip. Imagine thinking you're the only one suffering from a fear of flying and either not talking about the problem, or if you do, feeling that friends and family will only... [read more]

Donna Morgan

In today's world, it's common to feel overwhelmed by the many demands of daily life. From the rising cost of living to the pressures of work and personal relationships, it's no surprise that more and more people are experiencing stress and anxiety. Fortunately, therapy can be an effective tool for managing these challenges and helping individuals... [read more]

Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott

Western medicine is very good at relieving our symptoms when our body gets ill. Mind you! For pain and inflammation, it isn't usually as good as acupuncture which can often reduce both acute and chronic pain in a few minutes, without the side-effects of medicine. Around 1800 years ago, a Chinese doctor noticed how people's bodies reacted to... [read more]

Joan Colling

Craniosacral Therapy is a completely alternative treatment that has a gentle approach in soothing mind, body, and emotions. This therapy is non invasive and it does not seek to impose anything onto the client. It is client lead and the clients system dictates the level of treatment required. Craniosacral Therapy's gentle treatment has a hands on... [read more]

Lee Avery

What is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar Fasciitis is quite common and affects 1:10 people. It is a painful condition in the foot often caused by repetitive strain to the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a thick fibrous connective tissue which runs from under the foot from heel to toes. It functions as a type of shock... [read more]

Michele Poulton

Would you like to know which direction your life should be taking ? The purpose that is mapped out for you?  so you can align yourself towards it, and take your life in a direction that feels like you’re on the right track ? It is said that we each have a purpose for being on this... [read more]

Michele Poulton

HOW do YOU deal with CHANGE  ? Constant change is part of life, but big changes can create uncertainty and upheaval and many people really dread change . The breakup of a relationship or loss of a job that you weren’t prepared for, comes as unwelcome change that can be shocking and traumatic.  Even planned change, such a... [read more]

Octavian Petrescu

For some time now, I have noticed the lack of importance we give to what we can only define at this point as our sexual energy. Energy, as in something that connects life, makes things work, grow and so forth. First thing I feel I should start with is that, sexual energy is first of all vital... [read more]