Therapists: Wales

Hermione Evans
 

Presteigne, Powys

01544 350691    |    contact@radnorphysiotherapy.co.uk    |    www.radnorphysiotherapy.co.uk

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I originally trained as a physiotherapist at the Royal London Hospital. Some 25 years ago, I also began incorporating reflexology into my practice. I was astounded at the results I was getting with people who were suffering from chronic or acute pain. As doctor and therapy colleagues began referring patients, I developed my practice further by following a two-year healing course with Swami Ambikananda Saraswati, (www.traditionalyoga.org ) incorporating energy work, herbs, crystals , acupressure and yoga. After qualifying as a yoga teacher and healer, I was introduced to CranioSacral Therapy. Since then, I have never failed to be amazed at the power of the individual to heal, mentally, physically and spiritually, when a gentle healing space is provided. I continue to work in a very holistic manner, and have never stopped developing my physiotherapy skills, which I use alongside the more subtle techniques of energy medicine. I treat people of all ages, including babies, and welcome your enquiries.

 
John Jennings     CST   MCSS
 
 

Hereford

07392 162292    |    johnjennings.cst@gmail.com    |  john-jennings.co.uk

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Hello, I am John Jennings. I am about to start my seventeenth year in CranioSacral Therapy. In that time I have treated all ages from a few days old to well into their nineties, in excess of 20,000 clinical hours in all. 

Most of the adults I see come with pain issues, back, neck and shoulder being the most common, and sciatica and joint pain, migraines and headaches following close behind. Other issues such as vertigo, IBS, fuzzy thinking, tiredness and general fatigue also present quite regularly.

Babies and their mums are also frequent visitors to my clinic. Colic, reflux, torticollis and sleep issues are probably the most frequent complaints.  The mums too, have their own problems such as back and pelvic pain and post partum issues such as pubis symphysis disorder, which can leave some in a wheel chair, but is generally quickly resolved with CranioSacral therapy.

 In that time I have seen many cases of emotional issues which can often result in very real physical pain and can act as a impediment to physical healing,  quite apart from the burden they place on the quality of life and persuit of happiness.  I employ SomatoEmotional release which is an integrated part of CranioSacral therapy developed by Dr John Upledger. It is designed to rid the mind and body of old or persistent emotional issues. The issues revealed, and the pace of the sessions are entirely under the control of the client at all times.