Supporting your health naturally at all stages of your life with holistic therapies
Welcome to Norwich Therapies, where you can explore the wide range of natural health and wellbeing treatments that I offer.
I am a reflexologist and shiatsu practitioner 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. My therapy room is a calm space where you can relax and revitalise .
As a complementary therapist for more than 25 years and reflexologist for 16 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.
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.
Have you have ever had acupuncture or Shiatsu (a treatment that uses gentle pressure along the acupuncture energy lines so you get the benefits of TCM and no needles!)? If you have then you have experienced Traditional Chinese Medicine known as TCM.
TCM theory includes the 5 elements, each of which are linked to a particular time of year. The Earth element is a stabilizing force at the centre of the elements and is present at a time of transition such as this lovely late summer. When this element is balanced within you, you will feel grounded and content. If it is out of balance you may be worrying excessively, taking on other peoples problems and feel as though you are carrying a heavy weight on your shoulders.
You can take care of your Earth element by nurturing yourself, by positive touch- having a hug, stroking a pet, or having a shiatsu massage. Nurture using food such as soup made from orange vegetables such as sweet potato or pumpkin (if you have an left over after Halloween) with lentils ,bay leaf and ginger root is another easy way to nourish this element and restore its balance.
You could give this recipe a try.
Carrots and sweet potato 450g ( I use one sweet potato and the rest is carrot)
1 medium sized onion
Thyme and sage 1 teaspoon of each
1 Bay leaf
Vegetable stock 750mls
Yeast extract 1 teaspoon
1 large handful red lentils
Ginger root grated 1 teaspoon
Salt and pepper to taste
Chop the veg, melt the butter, add the onion and cook til transparent on low heat, add sweet potato and carrot. Place lid on saucepan and soften for a few minutes to deepen the flavour , then add all other ingredients, bring to boil, reduce heat and simmer, covered for 30 minutes until vegetables are soft.Remove the bayleaf and blend soup with liquidizer until smooth. Reheat to serving temperature and adjust seasoning to taste. Serve with freshly ground black pepper, and a slight dusting of ground cinnamon and nutmeg - use these sparingly