Mon to Fri – 9am to 5pm
Earlier and later appointments may be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays by special arrangement.
Paddy has been practising as a complimentary therapist since 2001, continually engaging in further training and updating her skills and knowledge. For seven years she was employed part-time as a Complementary Therapist with Hospiscare Devon, during which time she carried out a pilot study into “The Efficacy of Hypnotherapy within Palliative Care”. Following the study Hospiscare included Hypnotherapy along with the other therapies they offered.
Member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnotists;
A Fellow of the Federation of Holistic Therapists:
Member of West Country Natural Healing
Hypnotherapy: Contrary to popular belief Hypnosis is not a state of deep sleep, but in fact involves the patient/client in a conscious and enhanced state of awareness, concentrating on the therapists’ voice. The client/patient is in control the entire time. It is usually a pleasant and relaxing experience, though some hypnosis can be carried out in an alert state with the patient focused.
A wide range of problems can be treated if they have an emotional or psychological source; the most common of which, are anxiety, stress, habits such as smoking and nail biting, compulsions and compulsive behaviours, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), emotional problems, over-eating etc., panic attacks, worrying, childbirth, pain, performance (sporting, exams, etc.), skin problems, headaches, claustrophobia, bed wetting.
Massage Treatments which are tailored to your specific needs:
Aromatherapy: uses quality carrier oils and essential oils to help you relax and destress. Particularly helpful with anxiety, stress and low mood; improves feelings of well-being.
Body Massage (Swedish massage): can be vitalising or relaxing and pressure can be strong or gentle depending on your preference and needs. Can stimulate or soothe muscles, lymph flow and blood circulation; beneficial for arthritic joints by manipulating muscles around the affected areas.
Sports Massage: Uses deeper pressure, has the benefits of body massage, but also incorporates techniques to stretch and relax muscles. Can be used for anyone not just sports persons; recommended for muscular aches, pains of the back, legs, neck etc.
Myofascial Release: Safe gentle and extremely effective for freeing up the connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones and organs of the body, allowing massage, exercise and therapies to be more effective. Gentle pressure is applied and sustained whilst the patient/client focuses their attention within their body, particularly on the area being treated.
Indian Head Massage: An ancient Indian massage working the upper arms, shoulders, neck, scalp and face; may be carried out through clothing or with the use of oils on the skin. Oil may be applied to the scalp and face, if desired by the client. The treatment is relaxing, improves circulation to the areas treated, reduces muscle tension and can relieve muscle tightness/stiffness in the neck and shoulders. Facial massage can help to relieve sinus problems, eyestrain, headache and insomnia.
Reflexology: A relaxing and gentle art using specific pressure techniques involving working precise reflex points on either the feet or the hands. The treatment aims to produce a state of balance within the body. Good for stress reduction, relaxation, improves circulation, can increase or improve energy levels, revitalise, helps with insomnia and may also help with other conditions
To discuss your needs with us please call the number below or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.