We have 87 different therapies listed on our website, from traditional therapies like hypnotherapy and counselling, to some more specialist options like bioresonance and hydrotherm massage. Take a browse of the list below, and click the orange buttons to view the therapists who offer your chosen therapy.

Abdominal Sacral MassageWe have 35 therapists listed

Abdominal-Sacral Massage is a combination of bodywork techniques that address common complaints of the reproductive and digestive systems and lower back problems.

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AcupressureWe have 22 therapists listed

Acupressure is a traditional Chinese healing method in which the fingertips are used to apply pressure to stimulate key healing points (this contrasts with acupuncture, where needles are used). When these key points are stimulated they restore the free flow of energy around the body.

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AcupunctureWe have 35 therapists listed

Acupuncture is an ancient system of medicine, which started in the East and is now firmly established in the West. In this system of healing illness is seen as an imbalance of energy.

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Alexander TechniqueWe have 7 therapists listed

The Alexander technique teaches people let go of unnecessary tension in order to improve their posture, movement and coordination.

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Allergy TherapyWe have 10 therapists listed

Allergies are the bodys adverse reaction to substances in our everyday environment, such as pollen, dust and certain foods.

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AromatherapyWe have 22 therapists listed

Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils to help promote and maintain health and well being. In a treatment it is done through the sense of smell and through the absorption into the skin.

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Arts TherapyWe have 10 therapists listed

Arts therapy is a form of psychotherapy which uses the creative process of making art, music or drama to improve a person's physical, mental and emotional well-being.

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Astrological CounsellingWe have 3 therapists listed

Astrology is a method of divination based on what's occurring in the sky at a particular place and time. While divination is often thought of as another word for "predicting the future" or "fortune-telling", these thoughts are really only a small part of it. More correctly, divination means entering into a sacred space to conduct a conversation with the divine. That conversation can have many aspects: gaining a different perspective on a situation, foreseeing potential outcomes and negotiating a new approach to a current position are all part of a divination.

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Autogenic TrainingWe have 2 therapists listed

Autogenic Training and Therapy (AT) was developed by a research psychiatrist, Dr Schultz, over 85 years ago. He designed a simple way to induce deep mental relaxation at will, bringing with it remarkable mental and physical benefits.

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AyurvedaWe have 7 therapists listed

Ayurveda is a 5,000 year old system of natural healing originating in India.

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BiofeedbackWe have 6 therapists listed

Biofeedback therapy involves training patients to control physiological processes such as muscle tension, blood pressure or heart rate. Although these are normally involuntary processes a biofeedback therapist can help patients manipulate them and hence alleviate their symptoms.

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Bioresonance TherapyWe have 16 therapists listed

Bio-Resonance uses a sophisticated piece of electronic equipment called a Bio-resonance System to provide a special type of energy medicine. Its purpose is to re-balance you holistically, using energetic resonances to help dissolve underlying energetic imbalances that can result in poor health at many levels.

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Body Stress Release We have 6 therapists listed

Body Stress Release is designed to help the body release its stored tension. The technique involves the practitioner locating stored tension, especially along the spine, and releasing it with a precise application of pressure.

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BodyTalkWe have 5 therapists listed

BodyTalk is a simple and effective holistic therapy that allows your body's energy systems to be re-synchronized so they can operate as nature intended.

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Bowen TechniqueWe have 23 therapists listed

Bowen Therapy is a soft tissue rolling and stretching technique, applied using your practitioner's fingers or thumbs, almost always as near as practical to 90 degrees across the fibres that you wish to have the greatest effect on. This can be muscle, ligament, tendon, fascia 'any soft tissue'.

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BrainWorking Recursive TherapyWe have 3 therapists listed

The fundamental idea of BWRT is that, although our brains are incredibly complicated, one of their most important tasks is in essence simple; to assess whether the information received from our senses matches some previous experience.

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Chiropody & PodiatryWe have 2 therapists listed

Chiropody (or podiatry) involves the treatment of foot related problems including ingrown toenails, athlete's foot, verrucas, corns and calluses, painful feet, cracked skin and bunions. The chiropodist/podiatrist may just need to remove any hard skin, clip toenails or check whether you are wearing the right shoes.

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Chiropractic TreatmentWe have 2 therapists listed

Chiropractic is described by the General Chiropractic Council as 'a health profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health'.

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Clinical PilatesWe have 4 therapists listed

Clinical Pilates focuses on posture, core stability, balance, strength, flexibility and breathing to treat a variety of muscular injuries. It is an adaptation of traditional Pilates in that the client is normally treated on an individual basis by a physiotherapist and given a target program specific to their injuries.

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Cognitive Behavioural TherapyWe have 125 therapists listed

CBT is a talking therapy that focuses on the way people think ('cognitive') and act ('behavioural').

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Colon HydrotherapyWe have 5 therapists listed

Colon Hydrotherapy is a completely natural treatment that is enjoyed by thousands of people every day, from celebrities and film stars to ordinary people of all ages, from all walks of life.

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Colour TherapyWe have 4 therapists listed

Colour therapy and the colour mirrors system is best described as The Language of the Soul. It is an ideal complement to other alternative therapies such as aromatherapy, reiki, EFT, NLP, kinesiology, reflexology and matrix re-imprinting.

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CounsellingWe have 309 therapists listed

Counselling is a type of talking therapy which involves a person discussing emotional difficulties and problems in a supportive and confidential environment. The counsellor is not there to give advice or to be judgemental, rather their role is to listen to the client with empathy and help them understand their feelings and behaviour with the hope that the client finds their own solutions to the problems.

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Craniosacral TherapyWe have 29 therapists listed

Craniosacral Therapy involves lightly touching your head, spine and other parts of the body to relieve pain and tension in the body and to promote a sense of well-being.

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Crystal TherapyWe have 22 therapists listed

Crystal Therapy is the ancient art of laying-on-of-stones. Gems, stones and crystals are laid on the body over the chakra points. Each crystal has its own unique healing properties based on the energy or vibrations it both attracts and releases. This allows energy to flow more freely between the crystal and the body allowing you to direct concentrated energy to particular areas.

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DietitianWe have 1 therapists listed

Dietitians interpret the science of nutrition to improve health and treat diseases and conditions by educating and giving practical, personalised advice to clients, patients, and carers.

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EMDRWe have 85 therapists listed

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a one-on-one form of psychotherapy that is designed to reduce trauma, stress, panic and anxiety.

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Emmett TechniqueWe have 2 therapists listed

Emmett Technique is a muscle release therapy developed by Ross Emmett. The therapist uses the application of light pressure at specific points and in sequences that relax muscle tissue and help improve body posture and movement.

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Emotional Freedom TechniqueWe have 80 therapists listed

Emotional Freedom Techniques, or EFT is a healing tool that can provide impressive results for physical, emotional, and performance issues. It operates on the premise that no matter what part of your life needs improvement, there are unresolved emotional issues in the way.

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Energy MedicineWe have 34 therapists listed

Energy Medicine is any practice that works with energy as a vital, living, moving force that is at the foundation of our well-being.

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Family ConstellationWe have 13 therapists listed

Constellations are a solution-focused healing approach that can help you reveal the hidden dynamics in your family or relationship in order to address any stressors impacting these relationships and heal them, as well as it can be used for self exploration, to investigate and resolve difficult and seemingly intractable issues that seem resistant to change.

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Fascial Stretch TherapyWe have 5 therapists listed

Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is a form of assisted stretching, that is performed with the client lying on a massage couch. Unlike other stretching techniques, FST starts at the joint capsule and focusses on stretching the muscles and the fascia in multiple planes, rather than just muscles.

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Flower Essences TherapyWe have 12 therapists listed

Flower essences are herbal infusions made by immersing fully-blooming flowers in spring water and placing this in sunlight.

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Foot HealthWe have 3 therapists listed

A Foot Health Practitioner is qualified to provide routine foot care within the private sector. Treatment is carried out within a clinic environment or in the comfort of the patient's own home.

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Havening TechniquesWe have 9 therapists listed

The Havening Technique was created and developed by Dr Ron Ruden and his brother Dr Steven Ruden. It is designed to alter and disrupt the negative emotional response.

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HealingWe have 61 therapists listed

The meaning of 'healing' is 'to make whole'. The practice of channelling subtle but powerful healing energy with positive intent goes back centuries. All healing supports self-healing, helping us to regain balance of mind, body and soul so that we can thrive and live the lives we all deserve.

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Herbal MedicineWe have 20 therapists listed

Herbal medicine uses plants, or mixtures of plant extracts, to treat illness and promote health. It aims to restore your body's ability to protect, regulate and heal itself.

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HomeopathyWe have 38 therapists listed

Homeopathy is a system of natural healthcare that has been in worldwide use for over 200 years. Homeopathy treats each person as a unique individual with the aim of stimulating their own healing ability. A homeopath selects the most appropriate medicine based on the individual's specific symptoms and personal level of health.

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HomotoxicologyWe have 3 therapists listed

Homotoxicology is a scientifically proven and extensively researched medical practice that studies the effects of toxic substances on the human body.

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Human GivensWe have 2 therapists listed

Human givens is a recognised therapy, with an accredited professional register. The approach stems from the insight that all forms of mental distress arise because, in one way or another, people's physical or emotional needs are not being met. Meeting our essential needs and using well the innate resources that can help us meet them - the 'givens' of human nature - are at the heart of the human givens (HG) approach.

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HydrotherapyWe have 4 therapists listed

Hydrotherapy is mainly a hot and cold water therapy, which also uses invigorating and healing pressure of water upon the body.

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Hydrotherm MassageWe have 1 therapists listed

The Hydrotherm system is a British invention and has gone on to be made in the UK. In 1992 creator John Holman designed the system to help himself continue as a Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist as he, like many Therapists had lower back problems and RSI in his wrists. A simple design of two warm water cushions, headrests and an air filled bolster became the solution.

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HypnotherapyWe have 143 therapists listed

Modern hypnotherapy combines clinically proven techniques and a scientific understanding of how the brain works with the state of trance to help people make significant positive changes within relatively short periods of time.

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Indian Head MassageWe have 31 therapists listed

Indian head massage is based on the Ayurvedic system of healing which has been practiced in India or over a thousand years. It involves a massage to the head, face, upper back, shoulders, arms and hands that relieves tension in the muscles. It is calming and relaxing leaving you feel energised, revitalised, stimulated and able to concentrate to concentrate better.

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Integral Eye Movement TherapyWe have 5 therapists listed

IEMT is a form of therapy that has had dramatic positive results for people with traumatic life experiences. If you have had a trauma in your past and feel you can not get over, or that it stops you from moving forward, IEMT could help. IEMT can be used content free - so you do not have to discuss what the trauma was if you feel you cannot talk about it (as long as you are aware of what the trauma was).

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ISTDPWe have 1 therapists listed

Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) is an evidence-based, affect-focussed approach shown to be effective for a broad range of psychological disorders such as anxiety, depression, psychosomatic illnesses, as well as personality disorders. Research indicates positive outcomes are long lasting, with improvement continuing after termination.

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KinesiologyWe have 13 therapists listed

Kinesiology is the study of body movement. It uses muscle testing to determine possible causes of imbalances in a person's body. Treatment takes the form of the kinesiologist testing muscles in different positions and then using the response to realign the body.

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Life CoachingWe have 148 therapists listed

Life coaching draws upon a variety of tools and techniques from other disciplines such as sociology, psychology, neuroscience, positive adult development and career counseling with an aim towards helping people identify and achieve personal goals.

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Manual Lymphatic DrainageWe have 19 therapists listed

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is an advanced therapy in which the practitioner uses a range of specialised and gentle rhythmic pumping techniques to move the skin in the direction of the lymph flow.

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Massage TherapyWe have 75 therapists listed

Massage Therapy covers a wide variety of techniques including some of those listed separately on the site. Examples include Swedish massage (which involves long strokes, kneading, rolling and taping), Sports massage (which combines techniques such as Swedish massage and Shiatsu to meet the specific needs of athletes)

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Matrix ReimprintingWe have 11 therapists listed

Matrix Reimprinting (MR) is a holistic client led treatment, which incorporates and builds on traditional Meridian based EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), or Tapping. Matrix Reimprinting evolved out of EFT, developed by EFT Master, Karl Dawson.

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MeditationWe have 54 therapists listed

Meditation is a mind and body practice that has a long history of use for increasing calmness and physical relaxation, improving psychological balance, coping with illness and enhancing overall health and well-being.

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MindfulnessWe have 85 therapists listed

Mindfulness involves paying attention to the present moment; to your own thoughts and feelings and to the world around you. Mindfulness helps to change the way you think and feel about your experiences, especially those which produce a stressful response.

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Myofascial ReleaseWe have 16 therapists listed

Myofascial Release is a soft tissue therapy that uses manual massage techniques and low level stretching to release muscular tightness.

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NaturopathyWe have 17 therapists listed

Naturopathy involves the use of natural therapies such as acupuncture, homeopathy and herbal medicine, the use of physical therapies such as kinesiology and advice on nutrition in order to prevent the onset of illness and disease. Naturopathy is based on a number of core principles including:

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NLPWe have 81 therapists listed

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy.

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Nutritional TherapyWe have 37 therapists listed

Nutritional Therapy is the use of diet and nutrition to maintain or improve a person's health and wellbeing. It takes a holistic approach which addresses both the causes of the problem and the symptoms. Nutritional Therapy is used to help with issues with digestion, low levels of energy, sports performance, allergies, asthma, high blood pressure, joint and muscle pain, weight, migraine and insomnia to name just a few.

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OldPain2GoWe have 2 therapists listed

OldPain2Go was created to utilise the body's own healing power to remove old, unnecessary pain messages.

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OsteopathyWe have 18 therapists listed

Osteopathy is an effective form of hands-on healthcare that aims to improve how the body functions to reduce pain and improve people's quality of life.

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PhysiotherapyWe have 22 therapists listed

Physiotherapy is the treatment and prevention of injury through the use of movement and exercise, massage, hydrotherapy and other techniques such as acupuncture and electrotherapy. Physiotherapy is generally used to treat:

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PilatesWe have 7 therapists listed

Pilates is a complete exercise method developed by its founder, Joseph Pilates, who dedicated his lifetime to improving physical and mental health. Pilates focuses on building your body's core strength and improving your posture through a series of low repetition low impact stretching and conditioning exercises.

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PsychKWe have 9 therapists listed

Psych-K is short for psychological kinesiology and was created by Rob Williams. It provides ways of identifying and transforming beliefs that limit you, into beliefs that support you.

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PsychotherapyWe have 231 therapists listed

Psychotherapy is used to treat people with emotional issues and mental health conditions. It primarily involves talking through your difficulties with a therapist, but may also involve alternative methods such as art, music and movement. Psychotherapy will address your feelings and behaviour and sessions may also involve a partner or other family members.

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Qigong Healing TherapyWe have 8 therapists listed

Qigong (often written as Chi Kung) has been practiced in China for over 3000 years but remains one of the best-kept health secrets on the planet. The movement and breath exercises complement western healing methods and works well when used in conjunction with medication, diet, education, and all of the other things your doctor may prescribe. Regular practice can transform a person's health to a higher level of vitality.

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Rapid Transformational TherapyWe have 2 therapists listed

Rapid Transformational Therapy is a therapeutic approach that uses powerful, evidence-based techniques to provide people with the tools they need to make positive change. Its personalized approach works with clients to help them reframe any negative beliefs, values, habits and emotions Ė many of which they have carried with them since childhood. Often, these have been so deeply buried in their subconscious that they are unaware of the past issues affecting them.

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Reality Therapy We have 4 therapists listed

Reality Therapy is principally a method of counselling, based on Choice Theory, that is highly focused, interactive and applicable to almost every area where counselling or psychotherapy is practiced. Additionally, the practical skills, ideas and approaches of Reality Therapy have also been successfully applied to many other areas, including teaching, coaching, mentoring, managing, supervising, relationships and self development (most notably in the areas of stress management, anger management and self esteem programmes).

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ReflexologyWe have 42 therapists listed

Reflexology involves the massage and application of pressure to the feet in order to improve the body's natural healing defences. Working on the feet is something that has been around for years and we know that certain cultures did so to promote health.

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Regression TherapyWe have 36 therapists listed

Regression Therapy is a way of working with a client's subconscious mind to find the source of a psychological problem.

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ReikiWe have 117 therapists listed

Reiki is an accepted form of alternative therapy commonly perceived as a form of spiritual healing and yet it's far more than this. I consider Reiki supportive as a belief and behaviour approach towards personal fulfilment.

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Relationship Therapy & Couples CounsellingWe have 102 therapists listed

In a relationship one or both members of a couple can often feel stuck in some way. Perhaps one partner wants the other to change and the other does not want to or know how to. A couple may find yourselves blaming each other or drifting apart. Relationship Therapy aims to address this.

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RolfingWe have 1 therapists listed

Rolfing was developed by Dr. Ida Rolf and is a method of physical manipulation of the body's myofascial system over a series of sessions with the goal of realigning the body and improving posture. Each session in the Series deals with a key area of the body.

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Scar Tissue ReleaseWe have 12 therapists listed

Many people acquire scars as they go through life. These could be as a result of planned or emergency surgery, or they could occur due to accidents. Scars carry with them the potential for physical and psychological impacts.

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Sex TherapyWe have 31 therapists listed

Sex Therapy is for secure couples or individuals seeking help for dissatisfaction in their sex lives.

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ShamanismWe have 17 therapists listed

Shamanism is the oldest Spiritual practise known to man. There is evidence to show that it is about 100.000 years old. All our ancestors would have practised it before various religions came along. It is resurging at this time as it seems Shamanic principles are so sorely needed in modern life.

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ShiatsuWe have 15 therapists listed

Shiatsu means 'finger pressure' and the practitioner will use of thumbs, fingers and palms to apply pressure to certain pressure points in order to restore balance and harmony to the body. Shiatsu is used to relieve stress and tension and has also been known to treat back pain and stiffness of the muscles.

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Speech Therapy & Language TherapyWe have 1 therapists listed

Speech Therapy focuses on receptive language, or the ability to understand words spoken to you, and expressive language, or the ability to use words to express yourself.

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Spinal EnergeticsWe have 1 therapists listed

Spinal Energetics is a modality developed by Chiropractor and Counsellor Dr Sarah Jane. It is a practice that combines Eastern and Western thought, to interact with a personís spine, nervous system and energetic field, to harness a personís own innate wisdom to know and heal themselves.

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Sports TherapyWe have 20 therapists listed

Sports therapists are experts in musculoskeletal disorders. They help those involved in sport overcome injuries and preventing them happening in the first place.

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Structural IntegrationWe have 6 therapists listed

Structural Integration or Rolfing works with both the muscles and fascia (myo-fascia) of the body, to release tension held within it and re-structure it.

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Tension and Trauma ReleasingWe have 22 therapists listed

Tension and Trauma Releasing was developed by trauma specialist Dr David Berceli to reduce the impact of stress or tension from the body from everyday life or from traumatic life experiences.

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Thai MassageWe have 5 therapists listed

Thai massage looks like a cross between acupressure, yoga, and zen shiatsu and is inspired by Buddhist teachings. The actual massage consists of slow, rhythmic compressions and stretches along the body's energy lines, also called sen in Thai.

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Thermo Auricular Therapy (Ear Candling)We have 12 therapists listed

From around the world, there have been various references to the historical practice of ear candling, (thermo- auricular therapy) both to treat medical conditions of the ear, nose or throat, or for ritual and ceremony. Historically these have been described as made of material such as pottery, bark, fabric, or reeds.

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Theta HealingWe have 10 therapists listed

The Theta Healing technique is a meditation technique and spiritual philosophy. It was created by Vianna Stibal in 1995 after she developed a tumour in her leg, and as a way for her to heal.

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Thought Field TherapyWe have 7 therapists listed

Thought Field Therapy (TFT) was developed by Roger Callahan an American psychologist. It works by stimulating the body's energy meridians through gentle tapping with a view to releasing blocked energy and relieving conditions such as phobias, anxiety, trauma and emotional problems.

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Twin TherapyWe have 1 therapists listed

Twin therapists have a special knowledge of twins and multiples of all types and their relationship with each other, their siblings and their parents which can be helpful to parents of twins and more who may find that others do not understand the difficulties they are experiencing with their twins and more.

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Yoga TherapyWe have 15 therapists listed

Yoga therapy combines traditional yoga with modern medicine. It comprises postural and breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and meditation to suit the needs of an individual. It is designed to promote all round health as well as assisting particular medical conditions such as:

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Zero BalancingWe have 2 therapists listed

Zero Balancing is a gentle and powerful way of balancing body energy with body structure. It integrates Western scientific knowledge of body structure with Eastern understandings of energy and healing.

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