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Listed are the posts for October 2011.

News from Paul Wheatley BACP, Counsellor

Hello, my name is Paul and I am a qualified male psychotherapist and counsellor and a full member of the BACP (British association of counselling and psychotherapy). My aim is to offer a confidential, ethical and professional service to adults aged 18 and over. A professional service that is also very caring and encouraging. I am currently operating in […]


Welcome to our new Therapist- Carl S Robinson (MFHT)

Our latest addition to the Library Therapy Centre is Therapist Carl S Robinson (MFHT) who is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists www.fht.org.uk Please read on for an introduction from Carl himself: “Hello, my name is Carl S Robinson (MFHT) and i am a practising Complementary Therapist (T.L.C Holistic Therapies) and a member […]


What is Indian Head Massage?

Indian Head Massage is a therapy that focuses on the area around the head, including neck, ears, scalp and shoulders. It is based on a technique that has believed to have been practised in India for over a thousand years. The purpose of the treatment is to alleviate stress and tension in the areas around […]


What is Ear Candling?

Ear Candling or Thermal Auricular Therapy is when a hollow ‘candle’ or tube is placed into the ear and lit. Herbs and oils are often placed into the tube and when they are lit they look like candles which is where the name comes from. The treatment is said to have existed from ancient times […]


What is Reflexology?

Reflexology has become a very popular and relaxing Holistic treatment. It involves a Therapist focusing on specific points on the feet which correspond to various points on the body. It is believed that all areas on the body can be pinpointed by a specific area of the foot. Reflexology is commonly associated with Chinese Medicine […]


What is Massage?

Massage is a Therapy that can help alleviate tension and stress in the body. There are many different types of Massage, so it can be tailored to specific areas/ailments. Massage is generally suitable for most adults but a consultation with the Therapist is recommended first as it may not be suitable for certain people. Your […]