After western medicine couldn’t do anything for me when I fell ill with CFS (ME) I turned to alternative medicine and discovered reiki. This form of complimentary therapy helped me to recover from this condition and my belief in its natural healing properties led me down a path to become a Reiki Master and Teacher.
I’m passionate about helping others to better health and well-being using more natural and gentle holistic approaches for therapy which include both reiki and reflexology.
I am a member of the Guild of Holistic Therapists and a certified reflexologist.
Throughout our lives illness and disease can occur which can cause an imbalance in our energy flow, this energy must be rebalanced for us to feel better. Reiki allows blocked energy to flow normally again, restoring health and well being.
The natural restorative benefits of Reiki make it ideal complimentary therapy for treating a wide range of ailments from back pain, MS and CFS (ME) to stress, bi-polar and anxiety disorders or generally to help promote well being and relaxation.
A full session lasts for about an hour and consists of a non-invasive hands on treatment in which the patient remains fully clothed whilst lying comfortably on a treatment couch.
Reflexology is a form of complementary medicine and involves a method of applying stimulus to specific reflex points found in the feet in order to treat corresponding parts of the body mapped to these reflex areas.
As well has being an extremely relaxing treatment, reflexology can help with anxiety, stress, IBS, constipation, migraines, pre-menstrual tension, asthma, fibromyalgia, CFS, insomnia, depression and many more disorders.
A full session lasts for about an hour and consists of a non-invasive hands on treatment to the feet. The patient remains fully clothed with exception to their shoes and socks and treatment is carried out whilst lying comfortably on a therapy couch.
After 6 weeks of osteopathic treatment, amazingly, most of the intense pain I’d been suffering 24/7 disappeared. I continued treatment and after some months I was able to take up non-contact sports again.
After numerous rounds of painkillers and physio, my latest bout of unbearable pain and discomfort was the final straw and finally sought help from the Fareham Osteopathic centre after recommendation from my sister. I cannot thank Cain from the centre enough.