Below are links to some of our past students websites, to illustrate the many ways they have used their Reflexology and, or Bach Flower training. Please feel free to browse
Michelle Keady -
I trained with Philip and Anna after being made redundant in 2007. I have now also qualified in Indian Head Massage, Natural Facelift Massage and Beauty facials.
I run my business from my holistic cabin at home in Enfield and also offer mobile appointments.
Carly Kite - 'If you are experiencing conditions or symptoms such as stress, muscular skeletal pain, migraine, arthritis, IBS, PMS, depression, fatigue, grief, sporting injuries, conception difficulties or any other symptom then please feel free to contact me, as I may very well be able to help.'
Carly Trained with us as a Reflexologists in 2005 and has since added our Bach 3 Professional practitioner training to her skills.
Marketa Kropacova first studied reflexology in the Czech Republic with the most respected teachers in the country, Julius and Beata Pataky, in the Czech Repulic. She then continued her professional development in Great Britain at the renowned Philip Salmon's reflexology school accredited by the Association of Reflexologists (AoR) and also accomplished Masters diploma in Reiki healing and practitioner diploma in Emotional freedom technique
Prue Nichols , I qualified in crystal healing, reflexology and holistic massage. I see my work as an extension of my practises and beliefs understanding the importance of nurturing the mind, body and spirit to promote complete well being.
Kathy Newitt, I have been a Professional reflexologists for eight years. I volunteer weekly at the Rugby Myton Day Hospice giving foot and hand massages to patients
Heather Coombs trained with us in the early 1990's and is an experienced reflexologist with an international reputation as one of her clients says 'We have known about Heather’s reputation as a gifted reflexologist for a while but ironically experienced her magic touch at Chiva Som in Thailand where she works as a Visiting Consultant twice a year'.
Xanthe Ashton understands that choosing a therapist is a personal matter and that you need to find one you can trust and feel comfortable with. Since arriving in New Zealand soon after qualifying, Xanthe joined Reflexology New Zealand Incorporated (RNZ). Xanthe is currently Vice President of RNZ. RNZ is affiliated to the New Zealand Charter of Health Practitioners and its members are able to arrange insurance and apply for membership to NZCHP. The strength of RNZ is in its regional groups around New Zealand and Xanthe is a Committee member of the Christchurch based Southern Reflexology Group (SRG), which is a group of practicing reflexologists who meet regularly to support each other, attend Festivals and Expos to promote reflexology and organise courses to assist with upskilling.
Graham Sluter In 2000 Graham contracted cancer and this provided him with an opportunity to re-think his lifestyle and his future goals in life. During his rehabilitation period he was drawn towards a complementary therapy called Reflexology given to him at his local Hospice. He was so amazed by the improvements in both his mental and physical health after each and every treatment that he decided to study this therapy and qualify as a Reflexologist.