Welcome to the ukTherapy Directory for Detoxification
Each year people are exposed to thousands of toxic chemicals and pollutants in
the earth's atmosphere, water, food and soil.
These pollutants manifest themselves in a variety of symptoms, including decreased immune function, neurotoxicity, hormonal dysfunction, psychological disturbances, and even cancer.
Detoxification therapy helps to rid the body of chemicals and pollutants and can facilitate a return to health.
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Offering accredited short courses in massage, holistic and beauty therapy. Also VTCT NVQ courses.
Many chronic illnesses are caused by years of wrong eating and unhealthy lifestyle choices and nearly all can be cured by providing the body with the right conditions to heal itself.
Qualified in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Massage and Reiki and a member of the Complementary Therapists Association and the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Ayurvedic Practitioner MSc Ayu Med, MAPA, BCMA
Hi I've have been doing massage therapy from 2005. I am a sportsman myself. My sports is powerlifting in which I've been world champion 4 times. I like running & walking which I do with my wife. I also like to travel having been to New Zealand last year.
Reiki Healing Reiki Seichem Training Stress Relief Acupressure Massage Aromatherapy Reflexology Complementary Therapies Home Visits Hopi Ear Candling Local Aches Pains Yoga PMS ME Anxiety Pet Healing
The Inner Physician - Integrated Holistic Programs.
My name is Karyn Farrell, Reiki Master Teacher, Colour Mirrors Teacher, Holistic Practitioner and Personal & Spiritual Dev'p Facilitator based in Birmingham.
Herbal medicine (Chinese & Western); Tera-Mai™ Reiki & Seichem treatments and attunements; Meridian Therapies & EFT™; Stress management. Also Clairvoyant readings & Mediumship available.
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