Abdominal Massage – Nabhi Abhyanga
A non-invasive massage technique to the abdomen that helps to tone the abdominal organs and assists in weight loss around the stomach area. Great for digestive issues such as IBS, Colitits and can help emotional trauma. Can be paired with Udvartana – Herbal Body Scrub for a weight loss package. Please ask for details
Herbal Poultice Massage – Pinda Sveda Herbal Bolus De-Stress
A rejuvenating, strengthening, and nourishing massage which uses cotton poultice bags filled with specially selected herbs which are pressed gently over the body. It helps to alleviate muscle and joint pain, tensions, and stress.
Marma/Energy Point Massage – Marma Abhyanga
An energising and detoxing massage of the Marma (Energy) points that stimulates the circulatory, immune and nervous systems.
Herbal Body-Scrub Massage – Udvartana
Exfoliating massage using finely ground Ayurvedic herbs, including exotic sandalwood with precious herb-infused oils, to make the skin soft and give it a lustrous glow.
Treatments for the senses:
Ear Treatment – Karana Purana
A tonic treatment of the ears that can help to both cleanse and open channels. A great stress reliever. Helps with deafness, excess ear wax and tinnitus
Eye Treatment – Akshitarpana
An unique Ayurvedic treatment that can bring relief to stressed, tired, burning and watery eyes. Calms the mind. Very good for menopausal issues
Nasal Clearing – Nasya
A gentle facial massage is followed by a stream therapy and the application of warm herbal oils through the nose. This treatment can be highly effective in relieving headaches, sinusitis, migraines, sleep ailments, hay fever and tiredness.
Shireen was first introduced to Complementary Therapy through meeting a Reflexologist whilst training as an Adult Nurse at Oxford Brookes in 2002. It inspired her to want to learn about the preventative perspective of health care and how it was just, if not more, important in helping and educating others’ in dis-ease and health.
Shireen trained in a Complementary Therapies Diploma at the City of Bath College and qualified in 2006. She also qualified as a Traditional Thai Master practitioner Diploma in 2008 at the Highly esteemed Body Harmonics Centre in Cheltenham. As an experienced holistic practitioner Shireen is continually developing her skills and furthering her knowledge in holistic health and nutrition through reading, research, attending talks and workshops and has a deep, extensive knowledge and understanding of the human body through various studies and nursing. Shireen’s practice aim is to tailor each treatment as acutely as possible to address the specific problem areas. This can be achieved through incorporating different massage disciplines, giving a uniquely synergistic and individual treatment. Fully qualified and insured practitioner member of the FHT (Federation of Holistic Therapists)
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