Belinda Burton MAR
01858 440375 / 07872790973
My mission is to help reduce the stress of modern living using complementary therapies such as Reflexology and Indian Head Massage.
For many people, stress is so common place that it has become a way of life. In small doses stress can be good for us and can help one perform under pressure, and indeed in some cases, be motivational. However, we are not designed to cope with continued high levels of stress. When one is constantly running in emergency mode, over time cracks tend to appear in our physical and emotional health. Therapy Bee offers Complementary Therapies such as Reflexology and Indian Head Massage to reduce stress levels restoring balance and harmony.
Following our family experience with Alzheimer's Disease, I am passionate about Functional Reflex Therapy (FRT). The Functional Reflex Therapy Rainbow Relaxation Routine© is shared through workshops which are available for family members and carers who support those with complex needs.
For more information on FRT Workshops or any other Complementary Therapies, please call me, Bee, on 01858 440375 for a chat or go to my website at www.therapybee.co.uk
Training, qualifications & experience
ITEC Reflexology Diploma with full membership of the AoR
Functional Reflex Therapy Therapist
ITEC Anatomy and Physiology Diploma
ITEC Cetificate in Indian Head Massage
Certificate in Principles of Dementia Care
- Initial Reflexology Treatment £35.00
- Standard Reflexology Treatment £30.00
- Hand Reflexology Treatment £25.00
- Indian Head Massage £30.00
Costing Saving Packages
- Reflexology 4 Treatment Package £100.00
- Stress Buster Package of 1 Reflexology and 1 Indian Head Massage (not on the same day) £50
Therapy Bee runs monthly "Well Being in the Work Place" days once a month at the Market Harborough Innovation Centre.
The Well Being in the Work Place days are normally held on the first Friday of every month. Please ring Bee to find out more on 01858 440375
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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