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The Little Black Book: Alternative Therapies

  • Feel Fab

    What would you do if you had more energy that you don’t do now? Earlier this year I found myself not getting as much done in a day as I used to tick off my list, so I looked around for something to help me get my energy back.  I was introduced to a new-to-the-UK […]

  • Healing Sole Reflexology

    I am a qualified Reflexologist, registered with the Association of Reflexologists. I work from a treatment room in my home in Berkhamsted.  I trained at the London School of Reflexology under the tuition of Louise Keet who is a well-respected Reflexologist and author of the best-selling Reflexology Bible. I continue to be inspired by the […]

  • BAYoga

    BAYoga is the lightest, brightest, friendliest yoga studio in Berkhamsted. We're right on the High Street, tucked between Waterstones and Costa, through a door you might have missed until now. Once you step inside, you leave behind the bustle of town, work and the school run to find yourself in a world of calm and wellbeing...

  • Haelan Therapy

    Haelan Therapy is a holistic therapy centre established in 2012 by Rebecca Kelly. It has two treatment rooms based in Hitchin and at the Learning to Listen Centre in St Paul's Walden, Hertfordshire. Haelan specialises in Massage, Reflexology, Reiki and Transformational Coaching. Haelan’s philosophy is simple. We recognise that the most important element in any treatment is YOU. We place our client’s wellbeing at the core of our work and take an approach which empowers our clients to be in control of their health and happiness. Our belief is that for anyone to be able to move away from physical and emotional discomfort and to move forward in their lives, they need to first feel safe and secure in a healing environment, begin to understand their emotional make-up and appreciate what ultimately motivates them to be the very best they can be....

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