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I offer high-quality treatments in Reflexology, Hot Stone for Reflexology, Pregnancy Reflexology, Indian Head Massage,  Face the World ...

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I am Katy and I have a real passion for women’s health. Having gone through my own fertility ...

Lisa Eaton Counselling

Hello and Welcome! My name is Lisa and I am a fully qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist (CBT) with experience of ...

Therapeutic and deep tissue massage in West Sussex (clinic and mobile).

Hello, I am Roy.  I am a fully qualified massage therapist, offering therapeutic and deep tissue massage either ...

Graham Parish – Mind Coach

Hi, my name is Graham Parish and I am an experienced Mind Coach and Hypnotherapist. I specialise in ...

Holistic, Massage & Beauty Training Courses

At Holistic Beauty School we are committed to providing high quality, professional training in holistic, massage and beauty treatments, ...

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