Heidi Hadley originally trained in mainstream medicine as a Medical technical officer in Neurophysiology at the University Hospital (formerly The Queen Elizabeth) Birmingham, UK. It was whilst working there that a number of her patients suffering with side effects to their anti-epileptic drugs informed her that they received regular complementary/natural therapy treatments to alleviate the side effects of their pharmaceutical drugs.
After thorough research Heidi decided to study and train in Natural Therapies. Heidi has also completed a Phytotherapy course with Bioforce UK, which studies the use of herbs with health.
Heidi has a holistic approach to her treatments. Rather than deal with the symptoms of a problem, she aims to deal with the root cause. Treating the whole person is Heidi’s objective.
Heidi started her career in natural therapies in 2001. Heidi has acquired many different techniques over the years to bring greater choice to her clients. She ran clinics in England treating people with serious disabilities and many of these clients suffered with Multiple Sclerosis.
She is also an infant massage instructor and will see parents/carers in small groups or private sessions, teaching them techniques that can be used on a child from 6 weeks old to 5 years of age. She is fully insured and has had Police clearance to work with children, adults and vulnerable adults.
Heidi also runs workshops teaching people “the home use of Aromatherapy and Reflexology”. She is available for talks and demonstrations.
Heidi’s skills are in the following areas:
Remedial and Deep Tissue Massage
Trigger Point Therapy
Baby Massage Educator
Indian Head Massage
Hot Stones used with remedial/deep tissue massage.
Sarah is a remedial massage therapist who is passionate about helping people to improve their wellbeing or assisting them to recover from an injury or illness. She is committed to furthering her knowledge of natural therapies to ensure clients receive the most up to date and appropriate treatment. She has recently gained certification in myofascial cupping.
For the past two years Sarah has worked out of her home and at the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre with clients who have suffered a spinal injury or have nerve dysfunction due to a medical condition. She has assisted clients in reducing pain and increasing muscle function and movement. Sarah has also worked voluntarily at the Laurel Hospice (formally located at the Repatriation General Hospital) providing massages to both patients and their carers.
In addition to this, she has also volunteered her time to assist athletes by providing sports and remedial therapies pre and post events. Sarah has previously worked with the North Adelaide Football Club as well as at community events.
Sarah’s dedication to massage and its benefits has been recognised by Evolve College (registered training organisation for massage in Australia) who are currently supporting her studies to become one of their trainers and assessors and assist future massage students to enter the profession.
Sarah’s skills are in the following areas:
Deep Tissue Massage including trigger points
Massage for relaxation and stress reduction
Hot stones used with remedial /deep tissue massage
Massage for spinal injuries and nerve dysfunction
Haley is a Remedial Massage therapist with a wealth of experience. She has worked in many settings over the years, from sporting establishments to health spas. Haley has a passion for health and wellbeing, considering mindset and nutrition when she is working individually with clients.
Haley’s holistic approach to her clinical practice allows her to tailor each session according to what she is presented with.
Haley is an empathetic practitioner who actively listens to her clients and adapts accordingly. Her aim is to facilitate you back to good health by creating a treatment plan and aftercare advice to enhance your wellbeing.
Haley is fully qualified within the following areas:
Trigger point therapy
Deep tissue massage
Haley loves learning new skills to enhance the health and wellbeing of her clients. She is currently undergoing additional studies to provide greater variety and results for you. This will enable you to make progress within your health and wellbeing goals/intentions.
Rachel is a registered counsellor with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) who holds a qualification in counselling, and is passionate about issues of mental health, well-being, and personal growth.
Rachel adopts a client centred approach working collaboratively with her clients, using therapeutic techniques most suited to their needs and experience.
She has worked with clients presenting with complex and diverse issues including anxiety disorders, interpersonal and relationship issues, coping related difficulties, poor self-esteem, and stress.
She can provide experience within a diverse range of counselling support for individuals relating to burnout, emotion regulation, bullying, stress prevention and management, and crisis intervention.
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