Crystal healing is a form of complimentary therapy that channels the power energies of beautiful and intricate gemstones that help restore balance to the body’s energy systems; enhancing your spiritual, mental and physical well-being.
Reflexology has been shown to be effective for: Boost a sluggish circulation Stress Anxiety Back pain Migraines/Headaches Poor Digestion (IBS) Respiratory problems Asthma Bladder Problems Pain relief for MS and cancer Sinus problems
Sarah practices 5 types of massage including Indian Head and Swedish, her other massage treatments are: LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE MASSAGE Lymphatic drainage is an important part of lymphedema treatment; it’s a form of massage that helps stimulate the lymphatic system and encourages the flow of lymph fluid. Manual lymphatic drainage is a specialised massage technique that should only be practised by trained therapists. Those who benefit include: Athletes Surgical patients Fibromyalgia…
Another type of massage Sarah practises is: NEUROMUSCULAR MASSAGE Neuromuscular massage is an approach to soft tissue manual therapy in which quasi-static pressure is applied to soft tissue to stimulate skeletal striated muscle. Problems it can address: Scoliosis and kyphosis Carpal tunnel syndrome Sciatica Headaches/Migraines Frozen shoulder Knee pain Whip lash injuries Morton’s Neuroma Bicipital tendinosis
Thank you for the wonderful feedback Lisa. If you or know anybody interested in reflexology please contact the salon on 01822 618282 and ask for Sarah. Sarah's reflexology treatments are 1.5 hours which really helps her work out any niggles you may have.
Crystal Healing is a form of complimentary therapy designed to work your channels. The powerful energy of the beautiful and intricate gemstones enhance your spiritual, mental and physical well-being. For those wanting to discuss or book a session with Sarah, call the salon on 01822 618282.
Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of essential oils. An aromatherapy treatment often involves the application of essential oils, diluted in a suitable carrier medium, using massage techniques. However, the following list is some other ways in which we can administer essential oils: 1. Inhalation 2. Vaporisation 3. Compress 4. Bath treatment