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Other Disciplines

Other Disciplines

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Below are some specific examples of how Anna and David use their therapeutic and movement skills to help their clients.  Please feel free to get in touch to discuss your particular requirements.


Running Techniques

Running Technique

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Running is one of the most natural things in the world and yet keen runners often find themselves out of action due to pain and/or injury.


Movement therapy combined with specific technical cues can help to address these issues.  Anna and David have worked with numerous runners to guide them towards a more fluid, effortless running style.


Some clients book in for a one off session during which David or Anna will analyse their technique and general movement, providing specific exercises and drills to help improve running efficiency.  Some clients may need several sessions to tackle any restrictions or dysfunctional movement patterns that are interfering with their running technique, often relating to an imbalance within the soft tissues and either too much or too little motion in particular joints.  Most clients also benefit from some manual therapy work.


Please get in touch to find out more:


Reiki / Energetic Systems

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For more information, visit our dedicated Reiki website:


Please feel free to email with any questions and to book an appointment:


“I cannot believe how insightful it was into me.  Amazing and powerful.  Thank you.”

Reiki – meaning “universal life force” – often forms part of David and Anna’s work with clients.


It is a gentle, non-invasive therapy that helps to balance mind, body and soul.  During a treatment, Reiki is channelled via the practitioner’s hands into the client’s energy field to promote balance and well-being.


Anybody can benefit from Reiki.  It is safe for everyone and is often used within the NHS as a complementary therapy alongside more conventional medical treatments.


Here are some examples of why people book in for Reiki treatments:


  • They have a physical illness or injury

  • They are feeling ‘unbalanced’ in some way – perhaps unsure of the path they are on in their work or relationships

  • They just need a time out – a safe place for peaceful reflection


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