Supporting your health naturally at all stages of your life with holistic therapies - Reflexology Norwich
Welcome to Norwich Therapies for Health, where you can explore the wide range of natural health and wellbeing treatments that I offer.
I am a reflexologist, shiatsu practitioner and hypnotherapist and I practice therapies at the new and lovely treat-norwich Complementary Healthcare Clinic which is situated on the ground floor at Capitol House in Heigham Street, which is near to the city centre and there is car parking within a few minutes walk. If you haven't discovered it already treat-norwich is well worth a visit. if you are looking for reflexology in Norwich to improve your wellbeing, pregnancy reflexology fertility reflexology or hypnotherapy in Norwich you have come to the right place. My therapy room is a calm space where you can relax and revitalise .
As a complementary therapist for 28 years and reflexologist for 17 years, I am highly qualified and experienced and I offer:
A short consultation is included in your first appointment so that we can discuss your individual needs and I can plan your care holistically, creating an effective programme for you, using one particular therapy or a combination of therapeutic practices. I’m happy to answer any of your questions before, during or after the practice, to put your mind and body completely at ease.
If you would like any of the following:
then you could benefit from reflexology, hypnotherapy or shiatsu.
If you are planning a natural birth or would like support for your conception journey then you may find that reflexology and shiatsu can be particularly helpful. Pregnancy massage is also available.
Whether you want to ease symptoms of stress, anxiety and tension, or simply a nurturing hour of bliss where you can chill out in peace, you’ll find the treatment you need here. Your therapeutic complementary therapy treatment will take place in the calm, relaxing ambiance of Treat.
All of the complementary therapy treatments assist in your process of taking charge of your own health, and being proactive in maintaining a state of wellbeing. They all help you to achieve a calm mind and relaxed body which are both so important for you in your everyday life.
If you have any questions, please get in touch, leaving me your phone number and email so that I can contact you.
Take your first step toward better health and wellbeing. Book your treatment or contact me for more information today.
Jackie T. Review on Shiatsu Norwich
I had shiatsu with Jane for a back problem and it helped enormously. She is a fantastic therapist with a lovely manner. I would definitely recommend her for all muscle and joint related issues.
Karen R. Review on Shiatsu Norwich and Reflexology Norwich
Jane's Shiatsu and Reflexology Treatments are wonderful! I would thoroughly recommend them. You don't even need anything to be wrong with you to find them beneficial. They just leave you feeling so relaxed and at peace with the world. Karen X
Yoga and Taichi Qigong Holiday
The 2017 Yoga and Taichi Qigong holiday has been and gone,enjoyed by everyone. Next year's dates are now finalised.
Revitalising yoga and qigong break in Agistri from the 5th -11th May in 2018.
There will also be a long yoga weekend break to Italy 4th - 7th October 2018 . For more details please see my Norwich therapies for health Facebook page or contact me for further details.
This year's holiday received excellent reviews - you can see some of these on Norwich therapies for health Facebook page.
I have included one below from Sandra J.
Having recently retired from too many years working for local government social care I was in need of some R & R and a week on a Greek island with Qi gong and yoga seemed ideal.
I have no knowledge of Qi gong but have practiced yoga for many years.
My introduction by Jane to Qi gong was amazing and I would consider taking this up in the future. I also had a wonderful reflexology session with Jane with her gentle touch and with only the sound of the sea and a warm breeze to accompany me left me completely chilled.
Rosy's Little Village is a truly calm and relaxing retreat with great staff in a perfect location.
Jane and Lynne our yoga teacher provided us all with the opportunity to partake in therapies and workshops as we wished and were generous with their time and considerate of our individual needs.
Thank you so much
Blog 12th July
If you are planning to start a family there are a few things to which you may like to give some thought.
How well do you sleep? Disturbed sleep can have a detrimental effect on your endocrine system which can affect menstrual cycles and sperm production.
How healthy is your diet? The food you eat is vital to your health and well being and so to your fertility.
Is your exercise good for you? Are you concentrating on muscle building or more gentle activities and do you know that over-exercising may be unhelpful?
Is your water intake adequate? Your body requires sufficient water intake to ensure an adequate blood flow to your endometrium (lining of your uterus), which helps implantation.
Do you drink alcohol or use drugs? I'm sure you know that research shows that these are harmful to your developing baby.
Do you smoke? Acupuncture and hypnotherapy are both treatments that can help you to give up to improve your health.
The good news is that there are lots of things that you can do for yourself to work towards being in an optimal fertile state and if you are having a course of complementary therapy to support your fertility your therapist will be able to discuss these with you.
Reflexology should never be used as a substitute for medical advice so if you are concerned, consult your medical practitioner.
Today you could help yourself to discover what works for you - An Oasis of calm
Silence is as important as noise
Music consists of sounds and silences. Without the gaps there wouldn't be a tune. Yet the life we live nowadays so often consists of constant noise, the noise of activity, television, relationships, our thoughts.
To make more sense of life, to hear the song we are here to sing, we need to create silence, a quiet time of reflection, an occasional oasis of calm where we can review where we have been, where we are now and where we are going.
It is claimed that much of man's unhappiness arises from his inability to sit in a room on his own. Silence just means being at one with ourselves and to some it can feel rather threatening. But staying with the silence say for five minutes, perhaps starting right now, can help develop the skill. Let your quiet times become a regular part of your daily life.