Rhian Jones

Rhian completed a BSc (HONS) in nutritional therapy at Westminster University and followed this with an MSc in Western Herbal Medicine. After several years in practice Rhian studied Naturopathy and advanced Iridology at The College of Naturopathic Medicine and collectively she uses all of these skills when she is in clinical practice.

Rhian also lectures on a variety of related health subjects but has a particular interest in obesity and female reproductive health. Rhian is a member of NiMH and ANP both professional bodies.

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Clare Fysh

Clare is a registered nutritional therapy practitioner who uses the functional medicine model. She studied for 3 years for her advanced level 6 diploma in Nutritional therapy with The College of Naturopathic Medicine, London and also practises Kinesiology and Nutrition Response Testing.

Clare’s aim as a therapist is to enable you, the client, to heal yourself through an understanding of your body: physically, nutritionally and emotionally.

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Ralph Mitchell DC

Ralph has been a GCC registered chiropractor for over 20 years and has been using the Koren Specific Technique (KST) approach since it’s launch in 2005. As well as practising from the Botanical Clinic in St Margaret’s, he lives and works in Claygate.

Chiropractic (KST)

Why might you visit a chiropractor?
• Helps to ease aches and pains from stress or injury or hunched/awkward posture
• People of all ages can benefit, whether you’re an athlete or usually stuck at a desk

What is unique about the KST approach to chiropractic?
• There’s no clicking, cracking or popping of joints
• It’s gentle, low force with no twisting or straining
• Treatment is done in the posture relevant to the issue (standing/sitting/walking/’driving’…)
• No need to undress, normal clothes are okay

How can chiropractic help me?
• Eases discomfort/pain
• Improves how your brain ‘sees’ your body
• Improves function and well being
• Can decrease the effects of stress
• Can improve emotional well being

Sam Burrell

Sam Burrell is an Herbalist and Naturopath, qualifying from The College of Naturopathic Medicine in London. Integrating this with her knowledge and experience in the field of Analytical Chemistry provides a strong scientific foundation for her practice. As a member of ANP & AMH, she adheres to their code of ethics – the wellbeing and safety of her clients are paramount to her approach. Sam believes in working holistically with her clients to discover the root cause of their presenting conditions using techniques such as pulse and tongue diagnostics as well as iridology.  Areas of expertise include hormonal health, post viral fatigue and anxiety.

Sam is passionate about empowering and educating her clients to support their journey to sustained wellbeing.

Rebecca Fry

Rebecca is an EFTi accredited Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) advanced practitioner and Reiki Master, specialising in clearing anxiety and related conditions.

Having practised Reiki since 2011, Rebecca became a Reiki Master in 2018 and began her journey with EFT (also known as Tapping) in 2015 – becoming an accredited Emotional Freedom Technique practitioner in 2016 and completing her further accredited advanced practitioner qualification in 2019.

Both Reiki and EFT work with the subtle energies of your body and both techniques have the ability to release energy blocks resulting in dis-ease, in order for your body to find its natural balance and to begin to heal from within.

EFT and Reiki can help clients gently release the root emotions at the core of issues such as:

  • Panic attacks
  • General anxiety
  • Feelings of low self-esteem
  • Lacking in confidence
  • Struggling with phobias
  • Insomnia
  • Lacking in energy
  • Relationship issues
  • Physical pain
  • Eating disorders
  • Long term grief

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT or Tapping)

EFT (or Tapping) has been described by some as an energy psychology and works with the body’s energy meridian system together with the neural pathways of the brain.  The technique uses acupressure points on the face and parts of the body, which are pressed or tapped during a session.

EFT helps to gently uncover and clear any core issues which could be keeping you stuck in some way – whether physically or emotionally.  By (literally) tapping into our emotional core issues – which often go on to manifest as different physical or emotional dis-ease within our bodies –  EFT can help our system to free itself from these chronic conditions as well as releasing limiting thought patterns and beliefs about oneself and one’s abilities.

Reiki

Reiki similarly offers a gentle healing experience working with your body’s chakras, helping to unblock any energies which may be stuck in your system – thereby allowing free flowing energy through the subtle energy meridians.

The Reiki experience is a relaxing one, though many people feel extremely re-energised in the days and weeks following a session.  After Reiki sessions, many clients have commented on it having helped – amongst other things – in soothing and calming physical aches and pains, increasing energy levels, successfully re-establishing normal sleep patterns and even resulting in feeling (and looking) younger.

Both EFT and Reiki assist in bringing a feeling of peace and confidence to the parts of your life where you may have previously stumbled.