Welcome to New Leaf Therapy
Hello my name is Lisa Anguish and I am a fully qualified reflexologist and holistic therapist offering treatments including Reflexology, Fertility Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Ear Candling.
Reflexology, Ear Candling and Indian Head Massage, like many other complementary therapies, are based on ancient therapies and all originated thousands of years ago. The benefits of the therapies are many, but they all help to relieve stress, aid relaxation and improve wellbeing.
As a member of various professional bodies including the Association of Reflexologists and Complementary Therapists Association, I am committed to meeting their strict standards for professional excellence in practice and to the continued development of my own skills and knowledge.
I abide by the strict codes of practice and am fully insured to practice.
Complementary Therapies near Norwich and Great Yarmouth
I have a therapy room based at my home in Freethorpe, Norfolk which is easily accessible from Acle, Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and the whole Broadland area.
My aim is to help clients to maintain and improve their health and wellbeing by treating them holistically, looking at the whole person. Through the delivery of safe, effective holistic treatments I aim to help restore the body's natural balance.
Reflexology and Holistic Therapy in Norfolk
As a trained complementary therapist, I offer a range of bespoke holistic therapies, designed to help you relax and rebalance. I believe that complementary therapies should not just be seen as an indulgence but as key to helping you to balance the physical and emotional elements of yourself and deal more effectively with the stresses of daily life.
Although you may seek treatment for a specific condition, it is very likely that you also experience other improvements such as increased energy, better quality of sleep, reduced stress levels, improved mental clarity and enhanced wellbeing as a result of your treatment.
Qualifications and Professional Memberships
Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology
Level 3 Diploma in Anatomy and Physiology
Diploma in Indian Head Massage
Diploma in Ear Candling
Diploma in Hypnotherapy
Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy
Certificate in Reproflexology (Parts One & Two)
Fully CIPD qualified (Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development)
First Aid trained and updated annually
Member of the Association of Reflexologists (MAR)
Member of the Complementary Therapists Association (MCThA)
Member of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists (ARR)
Mrs S, Horstead, Norwich.
After just one Indian Head Massage session, the muscles in my neck and shoulders felt so relaxed and my headache completely disappeared!"
Mrs W, Great Yarmouth.
Miss H, Freethorpe.
Reflexology and Indian Head Massage in Norfolk, within easy reach of Norwich and Great Yarmouth
I have a relaxing therapy room, based at my home in Freethorpe, located near Acle and about halfway between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. From here I offer Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Ear Candling treatments to clients with pre-booked appointments. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Freethorpe is a small rural village located between Acle and Reedham. I will be more than happy to provide directions if needed. There is plenty of secure parking on the driveway.
The benefits of using Complementary Therapies
It is becoming more common for people to use complementary therapies together with conventional treatments because of the advantages alternative healing provides.
Holistic healing teaches you to regain the balance between your mind and body because the illnesses and pains that you feel are often brought about by imbalances in your system. It focuses on helping you to pinpoint the root cause, and how to heal that root cause rather than just the symptoms.
Complementary therapies also focus on maintaining overall wellness for long term optimal health. Therefore you become more empowered and proactive in taking care of your mind and body.
More conventional medical practitioners are becoming more open to the use of complementary therapies as supportive treatments. However, you must still make sure that you make informed decisions before adopting any form of treatment, whether it is conventional or alternative.