Treatments & Therapies

Therapeutic Massage

Is the manipulation of the soft tissue of the body. It helps release emotional and physical tension, relieves pain, promotes healthy circulation, increases the body’s detoxification abilities, improves the action of the digestive system and encourages optimum health. Massage is very beneficial in easing muscle tension, back, neck and shoulder pain and for relieving stress related problems.

Clinical Reflexology

Is a technique in which the body’s own healing powers are activated by applying an acupressure-type massage to all areas of the feet and ankles.
The various organs, glands, nerves, muscles and areas of the body are connected with specific reflex areas in the feet and hands. Following illness, injury, stress or disease, the body can be in a state of ‘imbalance’ and the vital energy pathways can become blocked, preventing the body from functioning effectively.

Reflexology can be used to help restore and maintain the body’s equilibrium and encourage healing.
It is not a ‘cure’, but it is a fact that patients do attest to improved health and a definite reduction or even disappearance of their problems. The treatment induces deep relaxation, hence relieving stress and tension as well as helping a wide range of conditions, including :

  • Migraine
  • Back problems
  • Sciatica
  • Hormonal Disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Digestive disorders/IBS
  • Insomnia
  • Skin Conditions
  • Panic Attacks
  • Stress related problems

Seated Acupressure Massage

A specialised 20 minute massage, based on a 1500 year old form of Japanese acupressure. This style of massage works directly on stress release points on the back, neck, shoulders, arms, hands and head. It leaves the client feeling relaxed, alert and refreshed.

The treatment is received through the clothing on a uniquely designed chair and has been developed to be performed in the workplace.

Combination Treatment

A one hour treatment which incorporates half an hour of therapeutic massage to the back, neck and shoulders, followed by half an hour of Reflexology. A very beneficial treatment ,which induces deep relaxation.

Ultimate Relaxation

We incorporate therapeutic massage and reflexology but with the added luxury of an extra 20 minutes, making this a one hour and 20 minute treatment. The client is left feeling totally relaxed with all the benefits of both treatments.

Please note that treatment times can be adjusted to suit individual patient/client requirements.


This is a Healthcare Profession which seeks to treat a broad range of conditions which may limit the ability to move or perform functional tasks. The aim of treatment is to reduce pain, restore function, prevent disability and improve fitness.

Physiotherapy is used to treat a broad range of conditions including back and neck problems, whiplash, sciatica, shoulder problems and sports injuries.

Counselling with Emma Henderson

Emma’s approach is primarily cognitive behavioural but is informed by other models of psychological therapy, such as Compassionate Mind and Mindfulness. Her approach is evidenced based  Psychological assessment and therapy helps you to identify specific problems and learn ways to look at them differently, and manage your difficulties in a more constructive way.

Problems that she frequently treats include:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Post traumatic stress
  • Health anxiety
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Chronic pain
  • Adjustment to long term conditions
  • Stress
  • Work place problems
  • Relationship and sexual problems
  • Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse
  • Eating disorders and body image problems
  • Mood disorders including anger management
  • Communication and assertiveness difficulties
  • Low self confidence/low self esteem
  • Sleep problems

Counselling with Jane Bradley Bsc(hons), accredited CAT practitioner & supervisor

Jane is a Psychotherapist and has worked for the NHS Mental Health Services for 24 years. Jane is trained and accredited in various evidenced based psychological therapies including Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). For more info go to

CAT is a relational approach that focuses on the way we relate to ourselves and other people.

It can help with a range of difficulties, for example:-

  • Experiencing depression
  • Having anxiety or low self-esteem
  • Feeling repeatedly let down, hurt or rejected, or
  • Finding relationships generally difficult
  • Experiencing difficulties expressing ourselves assertively

It is based on the idea that as children we may have learnt to cope with difficult situations and feelings, by developing coping strategies which become engrained and which ultimately become problems themselves as they keep us stuck in unhelpful patterns. CAT shows us the way to change these learned attitudes and beliefs about ourselves and others by understanding where they came from and how we can change them. CAT is tailored to your own individual needs and goals and helps you make sense of your own story in your own circumstances. It can be used to make sense of your current struggles in relation to your earlier experiences, or to focus on the here and now.

Jane describes herself as working within the framework of CAT but drawing on a toolkit of skills and knowledge from other models she has been trained in over the years, to arrive at shared understanding and solutions.