Helen began her training at Shepton Mallet Adult Learning in 2002 and completed her training in 2006. Helen has always had an interest in holistic therapy and thinks that this probably started when she was a child mixing flower petals in her parent’s garden!
Helen is experienced in working with people with cancer and as well as working at Neal’s Yard Remedies Helen is also a member of the therapy team and RNID Poolemead in Bath providing massage and aromatherapy treatments for deaf and deaf/blind adults with additional learning difficulties.
Helen finds all areas of her work extremely rewarding and – as she puts it – finally found out what she wanted to do when she left school 20 years after she had left!
Massage ITEC (2003)
Aromatherapy ITEC (2004)
Indian Head Massage ITEC
Indian Face Massage ITEC (2007)
Pregnancy Massage ITEC
Diploma in British Sign Language
Member of the Complementary Therapist’s Association
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I gained a special interest in holistic health, wellness and natural beauty on my travels around the world. Having worked in the fashion industry for many years and still modelling well into my fifties -I have had a vested interest in how to look and feel ones best totally naturally!
I am trained in Reiki, Cranio-Sacral Therapy , Reflexologist AOR and specialise in maternity treatments often combining aromatherapy, massage and reflexology. Rejuvanessence and Facial Energy Release- face therapy. Qualified in Advanced Massage in 1990 and became an IFPA registered Aromatherapist and Rejuvanessence® practitioner in 1991.
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My treatments often draw on a mélange of all these techniques with a strong holistic lean; I offer advice on how to optimise health naturally with life- style and supplements suggestions whilst complementing any conventional medical treatment. In a busy and often stressful world I believe that treatments can restore and revive the person, as well as offering support whilst going through a stressful time, recovering from illness, low energy or grief. Treatments can help to release pent up stress and tension to help you regain balance.
I have run many practitioner trainings since 2004 /2013 for The International Institute of Rejuvanessence and now run practitioner trainings in Facial Energy Release-face therapy.
Facial Energy Release – face therapy
This is a wonderful life-enhancing therapy that soothes away the ravages of modern life. Unique fingertip holistic therapy also known as “Angels Touch”.
It includes gentle, very precise massage of the 91 muscles of the face, neck skull and shoulders whilst also working on facial connective tissue making it more elastic and flexible.
As well as looking younger, clients often say that they feel invigorated, rejuvenated, healing. Blissfully hypnotic touch works on lymph, acupuncture points releasing blocked energy and tension. A course of Facial Energy Release comprises of six sessions of 80 minutes each working on different groups of connective tissue and muscles.
ITEC anatomy and physiology 1990
Aromatherapy ITEC 1990
International School of Therapeutic Massage Advanced Massage,1 and 2 1990
International Institute of Rejuvanessence 1991
International Federation of Aromatherapy exam 1991
Aromatherapy Associates Diploma 1991
Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine & Aromatherapy (including Reflexology) for treating Obstetrics 1999
REIKI 1 & 2 1997
Cranio Sacral therapy 1 and 2 Upledger 2000
Reflexology AOR 2008
Spinal reflexology 2008
Reflexology Obstetrics (Central College of Reflexology) 2007
Maternity Reflexology part 1 and 2 by Susanne Enzer 2010
International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists MIFPA
Association of Reflexologists MAOR
Association of Light touch therapists
British Complementary Medicine Association
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Since I first trained as a holistic therapist, I have constantly updated my skill and knowledge. Now I offer a wide range of holistic treatments and, depending on your needs or conditions I carefully choose your treatment plan with you. All my treatments are tailor made to ensure you have a truly holistic experience.
I use combinations of different techniques for my massages which allow me to range from a firm pressure to a delicate touch, which helps to release the tension seated in any depth of tissue.
I have an extensive knowledge of aromatherapy and use this for my treatments. Aromatherapy and holistic treatments work wonderfully together and I take pride in this combination which helps not only reduce physical problems but may also bring emotional relief as well. My treatments are always based on ‘de-stressing’ and you can feel both physically and mentally lighter after my treatment.
Maternity and gynaecological care also feature heavily in my range of treatments. My extensive training in this field brings a deep understanding of the needs of women and enables me to extend my treatments to help with hormonal, physical and emotional changes for any stages of women’s life.
Diploma in Swedish body massage, Aromatherapy and Reflexology( VTCT)
Diploma in Indian Head massage( VTCT)
Diploma in Stone therapy ( VTCT)
Certificate in Thermal Auricular Therapy ( VTCT)
Certificate in Hand free massage
Advanced Diploma in Clinical Aromatherapy and Oriental Diagnosis (ITHMA)
Advanced Certificate in aromatherapy and massage in Pregnancy (ITHMA)
Manual lymphatic drainage – basic body & therapy 1 (Dr Vodder Schule)
Maternity reflexology – Part1& Part 2(Susanne Enzer)
Diploma in Natural Face lift massage
Usui Reiki – 3rd Degree ( in Japan)
Jikiden Reiki- Shoden, Okuden
Aura-Soma Colour Therapy, Advanced
Certificate in Emergency first aid (St. John Ambulance)
Member of the Complementary &Natural Health care Council (CNHC) – for Massage therapy, Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Reiki
Member of the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (IFPA)
Member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists(FHT)
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Friday 9:30am – 6pm
Sunday 11am-4pm (till 5pm in the Summer)
I became interested in acupuncture when I was successfully treated with it after getting malaria in South America. I had previously travelled extensively in China and worked in Taiwan, leaning to speak Chinese while I was there.
I graduated from the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading in 1996. We were taught to combine 5 Element acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine styles of treatment to cover different techniques where one or both are more appropriate.
I enjoy working with all people but have specialized in fertility – male and female, hayfever, migraines and headaches, back pain and insomnia.
I try to create a calm and quiet atmosphere and feel it is very important to listen carefully and give clients a space where they can feel safe and supported.
I am a member of the BAcC which has a Code of Practice, Code of Ethics and Continued Professional Development policy
Licentiate in Acupuncture
Member of the British Acupuncture Council
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Staff member and Therapist, Celia Stewart worked in the media industry before being made redundant and changing tack to complete a course in Swedish Massage in 1993. She then went on to study Bach Flower Remedies at the Dr Edward Bach Centre in Oxfordshire in 1996. Further training in Holistic Facials and Pregnancy Massage was taken at Neal’s Yard Remedies, Covent Garden.
Celia has worked as in-house Massage Therapist at Elle and Red Magazines and at Cherry Lodge, an inspiring Day Centre for people affected by cancer.
In addition to practising at Neal’s Yard Remedies, she now also runs Bach Flower Workshops and teaches Bach Flower Level One & Level Two courses (approved by the Dr Edward Bach Centre) as well as giving training on the remedies in health shops and pharmacies. She has travelled to Russia and Georgia to teach Bach Remedies. Celia practises at Neal’s Yard Remedies as a Massage Therapist, Holistic Facialist and Bach Flower Remedy Practitioner and all therapies can be combined. She now offers Ear Candling as well. Details of forthcoming courses and workshops can be found on her website.
Swedish Massage – ITEC 1993
Bach Flower Therapy – Dr Edward Bach Foundation 1997
Holistic Facials – Neal’s Yard 2007
Ear Candling 2014
Registered Practitioner with The Dr Edward Bach Centre (BFRP)
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Madeleine started working in London as a full time massage therapist in 2001. Her work has mainly been as a remedial massage therapist, with a fair amount of on -site chair work and some Thai massage. She has had a wide range of experience treating musicians, corporate workers, dancers, horse riders and anyone walking through the door. Since this time, she has continued to educate herself in different therapeutic modalities, in the quest to effectively treat a wide variety of injuries and physical issues.
In the last couple of years, her focus has changed to Structural Integration (alias Rolfing) and yoga therapy. The structural changes addressing old injuries and vocational postures brought about by the hands on fascial work in a structural integration treatment, followed by a personalised yoga practise bring about startling and completely satisfactory results. Many are unaware of the potential to bring the body back into a better alignment, with the freedom in movement and from aches and pain that accompanies this. Seeing one’s posture return to what it was brings a new lease of life.
Formerly a professional classical musician, her interest in body work and natural health began whilst writing her dissertation on Stress and Relaxation, for her BSc in Human Sciences, University College London. She is a keen traveller and has lived and worked in Europe, S-E Asia and Africa, and spent long periods in India.
Member of the International Association of Structural Integration
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Thursday 2pm to 6pm