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photo 2I have 20 years experience as a Complementary Therapist and I am passionate about helping people find a space in their life to deeply relax, nurture their body and mind and discover new ways to create a life they love.

My interest in Complementary Therapies began in 1998 when illness forced me to stop, listen to the messages my body was giving me, and discover some new ways to maintain my own health. 

Initially I trained as a Reflexologist and became fascinated by the holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Learning about how our bodies function and what we can do to help them heal was very empowering for me and I wanted to know more! I was keen to learn everything I could about working with our bodies, stimulating a healing response and about how I could share this information with others.

Over the years that followed I have explored many different approaches to health and healing and I discovered a particular affinity with the Eastern Five Element Theory and for the associated Meridian Therapies. I was drawn to study Jin Shin Jyutsu, and it was through this gentle art that I began to learn to deeply listen to the body, to read its energy and to rebalance energy for health and emotional wellbeing.

In 2002 I began to study PKP Kinesiology and found that this powerful therapy allows us to explore and untangle the connections between the body and the mind in an amazing way! It not only helped my clients to balance their energy, raise their energy and reduce pain, but also to clear their mental emotional blocks and create a life they love.

These days I work mainly with Reflexology, which is a therapy that people love! It is so nice to visit people in their homes, to get to know them and their families (and pets!). Above all I aim to take time to listen, and understand what my clients most want from the treatment, whether that be:.

  • A space to deeply relax, let go of worry and tension, and emerge feeling recharged.
  • A treatment to focus on resolving (or living well with a) specific health/wellbeing issues.
  • Or a valuable, confidential space to talk out problems and air feelings.

Nikki Baker MAR