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Complementary Health

Reflexology is where it all began...   

But there is so much more to tell...


For the past 11 years, I have lovingly grown my own complementary health practice, focusing primarily on reflexology but also offering other treatments as needed.



I run my practice from The Natural Gateway Clinic, one of Hertfordshire’s premier locations for complementary and alternative therapy. I am the founding partner and owner of the clinic and work alongside a talented team of practitioners.

Close up of therapist's hands massaging


I trained at Middlesex School of Complementary Medicine (MSCM) and have diplomas in Anatomy & Physiology, Reflexology, Maternity Reflexology and Indian Head Massage. I've also trained in Tsubaki Japanese Facial Massage and Hopi Ear Candling.


In my role as a complementary therapist I was honoured to serve as local group coordinator for the Complementary Therapists Association (CThA) for over three years and I am a very proud co-founder of The Gateway2Wellbeing Exhibition.


A bit about my two Favourite Treatments



I'm actually a specialist reflexologist and pregnancy reflexology practitioner who uses the ancient art of reflexology combined with subtle energy balancing to promote healing of both body and mind. I effectively treat a range of conditions and aim to release tension, remove energy blockages, stimulate blood circulation and aid toxin elimination by using light pressure to massage specific points on the hands and feet.



This deeply calming and relaxing treatment is yet another tool in my health and wellbeing toolkit, helping me help my clients feel relaxed, energised and revitalised. Indian Head Massage incorporates specific techniques to work on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp and face. A variety of massage movements are used to relieve accumulated tension, stimulate circulation and restore joint movement.

The Benefits of Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage relieves stress and tension and can be used to help prevent the following:

  • Headaches

  • Lack of clear positive thinking

  • Insomnia

  • Eyestrain

  • Sinus problems and congestion

  • Poor hair and/or skin condition

  • Poor muscle tone

  • Congestion and/or toxin in the skin

  • Poor circulation

  • Tight muscles and scalp

  • Stiff joints


Effects of Indian Head Massage

On The Neck and Shoulders

  • Helps eliminate muscle tension

  • Restores joint movement, helping to stretch and mobilize

  • Stimulates lymphatic drainage, helping remove toxins

  • Stimulates circulation, helping to distribute oxygen to the whole body


On The Head Area

  • Relaxes the scalp, helping to relieve headaches and eyestrain

  • Stimulates scalp circulation helping strengthen and improve hair texture and growth

On The Face

  • Encourages a feeling of well being

  • Aids exfoliation

  • Rebalances the facial skin and oil production

  • Increases lymphatic drainage - removing toxins from the facial area

  • Has a soothing effect on nerve endings

  • Increases circulation to the facial area

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