Eglantine Hallo graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in Kent. Subsequently she has taken a great interest in the treatment of new borns and mothers to be.

Eglantine treats patients of all ages from newborn to elderly and use a wide range of osteopathic techniques such as cranial, structural and visceral. She believe's that the osteopath’s aim is to find the cause of the patient’s presentation rather than just treating the symptoms.
 

 

Caroline Jones graduated in 2005 from The British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. Caroline likes to treat patients holistically, looking at every aspect that could be contributing to the patients condition.

Caroline tends to favour a more structural approach, and likes to demonstrate to the patient how to get the most out of their treatment outside of the clinic.

 

 

 

Pregnancy Massage

 

Sarah Downer has been working professionally as a massage therapist since 2002, having first trained in Remedial massage in 1991. Sarah is also qualified in Sports and Remedial massage with the London School of Sports Massage, Reflexology, Deep Tissue massage, Indian Head Massage, Pregnancy Massage and Holistic facials. Sarah provides a sensitively given massage treatment tailor-made to meet your specific needs, be it stress-related tension,  pregnancy or simply the wish to relax deeply.

Sarah says "I find that a massage treatment not only helps heal the body, but allows for relaxation of the mind, emotions, and the whole being. Its an opportunity to let go of all your responsibilites and concerns for a while, and be nourished by human touch. As a massage therapist I enjoy the opportunity to be able to contribute to others well being and help improve quality of life."

When Sarah is not working as a massage therapist she has personal interests that nclude modern jazz dance routines and playing the flute. Sarah has also recently returned to the practice of yoga which as well as having a calming influence, and as Sarah says, "helps keep my body in good health."
 



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