Brentwood Holistic Therapies
After graduating with BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences in 1997 I have since worked in pharmaceutical manufacturing quality control/quality assurance. Following site closure in 2013, I started up my
Elaine Gorrie Acupuncture
After completing an honours degree from King's College London, I joined the Civil Service. Following an accomplished and successful career spanning more than 13 years, I decided to change direction
Penelope @Deepen Holistic
Deidre and Penelope formed Deepen Holistic following the completion of their training at Phoenix Holistic Training School. They both gained Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology, City and Guilds Certificate
Amanda's Acupuncture
My name is Amanda Banks and I practice Acupuncture and Naturopathy in Billericay and central London. Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine, sterile, single use needles (a fifth of a millimetre
Essex Homeopathy
Hom ACH RS Hom, is based in Billericay, Essex. She successfully completed four years of training at the Allen College of Homeopathy in Chelmsford - under the guidance and tuition of Dr. Subrata Kumar
Pathways Hypnotherapy
I trained in Hypnotherapy and Hypno-analysis at the Essex Institute of Clinical Hypnosis (EICH); a leading Hypnotherapy school in the UK run by Terence Watts, one of the UK's most highly respected
BirthSense HypnoBirthing
BirthSense® is owned and managed by Callie Copeman-Bryant, birth doula, Hypnobirthing Practitioner, former HypnoBirthing™ UK Board member, breastfeeding peer supporter and clinical
Spinal & Natural Healthcare Centre
Here at the Spinal & Natural Healthcare Centre, in Essex, we guide our clients along a pathway which leads them to achieving not only better health but also the sense of well-being which invariably
Centre For Natural Health
DISCLAIMER: Information displayed on this web site is not to be considered diagnostic for any condition, nor considered as a preventative or cure for any illness or disease. The Centre for Natural
Teaching Therapies Holistic Centre
The recorded history of the town began during the reign of Canute in the early 11th century. Legend has it that after his death at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, Harold's body was brought to Waltham