Touch Treatments

Each treatment is unique on the day, and is devised between us according to your needs. We may decide to incorporate more than one element.

Email me if you need an appointment as dates and times are flexible. For appointments on Mondays in Axminster Hospital contact Axminster & Lyme Cancer Awareness Group.

Why are these treatments so effective?
Over years of massage, aromatherapy and yoga training, I have developed a unique series of treatments which can ease many conditions, from acute skeleto-muscular problems of all kinds, to chronic and painful problems such as Lyme’s Disease, through to deeply restorative treatments to relax the body, support the nervous system and restore mental stability.

The techniques I use are highly effective. They include careful positioning of the body and applying weights to influence the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, traditional light and deep massage movements to release the tissues and joints, enhanced breathing techniques for their effects on stress and the brain. Sometimes I use Kansa Wands. I may also teach you some restorative yoga positions that you can use at home.

Clients describe the deep easing of painful areas, an enhanced sense of calm and mental stability, feeling relaxed yet refreshed after a treatment. One client walked back to her car, forgetting to take the crutch she was using when she arrived. “It’s a miracle”, we joked!

All the products I use are natural and organic. They provide aromatherapeutic benefits, support the body’s own healing processes and add a more subtle dimension to the treatments.

You should receive an invoice for your booking on the day before your appointment which has a payment option.
New clients – please complete this health questionnaire.
To pay for your treatment by BACS:
Account name:  Ms H M Lovegrove
Bank:  Mettle
Sort Code:  23-69-72
Account  number:  
You should receive a confirmation from me within 24 hours of making a payments.

When we change the way we breathe, we change the way we think and feel.