Fiona Le Vien has been teaching the Alexander Technique since 1997. As well as maintaining a private practice she has taught at the Brighton Alexander Technique Teacher Training School, and at Benenden School, Kent. “I believe that we all have the potential to use our body to its full. The Alexander Technique helps us to do this.” Fiona trained in Thai Yoga Massage with Kira Balaskas at The School Of Thai Yoga Massage in London, qualifying in 2003. Please contact Fiona on tel.020 8405 3274 or email email@example.com. Also see www.fionalevien.co.uk.
Jane has qualified in Reflexology with an ITEC diploma and has also trained in Conception and Pregnancy Reflexology, Facial Reflexology and Aromareflex. She is a member of the Association of Reflexologists, a regulatory body for Reflexology. She trained in Reiki in the Usui tradition to Master level. She has qualified in Natural Face Lift Massage and Indian Head Massage with the London Centre of Indian Champissage. Jane is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists, who maintain standards of practice and teaching in holistic therapies.
Having always been passionate about complementary and alternative therapies, Jane worked for many years in the British Homoeopathic Association, a charity that promotes the use of Homoeopathy. She continues to work at various fundraising raising events using her therapy skills. She practises in Central Croydon, West Wickham and Bromley. For more information please go to www.restandrebalance.co.uk. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Jane on 020 8325 0291.
Dedicated to relieving emotional suffering in others Dawn Smith believes in fairness, kindness, love and understanding. A resident of Croydon for over 35 years Dawn offers Reiki Training Courses, Massage Therapy, One to One Private Yoga and Emotional & Spiritual Healing using Reiki and Bach Flower Remedies.
Dawn teaches Karuna Yoga, having completed her training with Ruth White in 2004 and assisted as a Senior Karuna Teacher for a further 4 years on many teachers training courses and retreats in the UK and abroad.
A natural healer and intuitive therapist Dawn originally qualified in Sports Massage Therapy in 1999 and now integrates her skill, passion and experience with her call to alleviate physical, mental and emotional suffering to provide you with a truly holistic service.
Call, text or email Dawn Smith to discuss your needs and arrange your appointment. T: 07720 566 326 / E: email@example.com
Dionne St Hill (Integrative Therapist, Counselling, Creative Writing
Dionne is an Integrative Therapist, bringing both a Humanistic and Psychoanalytical way of working to the therapeutic connection she hopes to nurture with you. This means your therapeutic counselling sessions will be led by you, as you choose to explore what feels most important, be they thoughts and feelings tied to the ‘here and the now’ or experiences from the past that feel like they are dominating your present.
As your therapist, Dionne will support you in a gentle and grounded way, as you name the questions in your mind and find your own answers. Passionate about mindfulness, creative visualization, journaling and writing for therapeutic purposes; Dionne can, if you wish, accompany you as you connect to your life story, unpack, write and bear witness to events and emotions that feel like they have shaped you. Be it random unedited free flowing thoughts, stories, letters, poetry or clear biographical narratives, you can experience the freedom writing brings, releasing, creating distance and sharing stories that are inspired by you, rather than imposed by others.
Dionne’s support and therapeutic focus includes working with individuals who historically or currently sex work, those experiencing or troubled by alcohol and or substance misuse or dependency, clients who may self-harm and survivors of sexual violence including rape and childhood sexual abuse. Dionne has a particular interest in the impact of prejudice and oppression and ‘intersectionality’– working with clients who have experienced a collision of discrimination, tied to their self-identifying gender, race, culture, sexuality or faith.
Dionne runs a Creative Writing Club - a monthly meeting dedicated to writing for therapeutic purposes. This safe space is dedicated to writing reflectively and sharing in a safe, confidential and supportive group.