New Leaf Therapy Reflexology and Complementary Therapy in Freethorpe, Norfolk

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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, Reflexology for Lymphatic Drainage, 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.

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.



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Natural and Organic Products

I only use natural and organic products in my treatments including a lovely range from Neal's Yard. As an independent consultant I can also supply Neal's Yard products direct to clients, either through my Neal's Yard online shop or you can contact me and I will place the order for you. If you would to have a look through the latest catalogue or if you would like more information about any of the Neal's Yard range of products, I will be happy to help. To access my online shop, click on the Neal's Yard logo to the left.




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Complementary Therapies near Norwich and Great Yarmouth, and in Caister

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.

I also practice from a clinic in Caister, Norfolk on a weekly basis. Caister-on-Sea is located on the Norfolk coast, between Winterton and Great Yarmouth. Please contact me for more information or to make an appointment.


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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.


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Qualifications and Professional Memberships

BA(Hons) degree
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)
Certificate in Advanced Reflexology
Diploma in Reflexology for the Treatment of Pain (Kruchik Method)
Certificate in Reflexology Lymph Drainage
Certificate in Bach Flower Remedies - Level One
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)


Recent Comments

"I found my visits a real treat. Lisa's calm and competent approach and delivery left me refreshed and confident, and able to face the future with a new purpose."

Mr P, Norwich.


"I would thoroughly recommend Lisa. I found her a good and sympathetic listener."

Mrs W, Brundall.


"I found my sessions very helpful and I came away feeling wonderful. Would recommend to anyone."

Mrs I, Great Yarmouth.


"Lisa is amazing! The first time she did reflexology on me, I fell asleep!....... I will definitely be returning."

Mrs S, Horstead, Norwich.


"I had been suffering with headaches and neck pain for several weeks and a friend suggested that I gave Indian Head Massage a try.
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.


"I'm a firm believer in the power of complementary therapies and have visited Lisa for reflexology, indian head massage and ear candling treatments on a regular basis. After my treatments I feel so relaxed and restored and any stress just vanishes! I also have the best night's sleep ever afterwards. Thank you Lisa!"

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.

I also practice one day a week from Caister Foot Care & Therapy Centre, located on the High Street in Caister, Norfolk. This is easily accessible from Winterton, Great Yarmouth, Hemsby, and surrounding villages. Please contact me if you wish to make an appointment to see me at the Caister clinic.


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.

10 Fabulous Benefits of Reflexology

The benefits of reflexology include its ability to stimulate nerve function, increase energy, boost circulation, induce a deep state of relaxation, and eliminate toxins from the body. Moreover, it helps stimulate the central nervous system, prevent migraines, and treat urinary tract conditions. This type of massage speeds up recovery after an injury or surgery, reduces sleep disorders, and relieves depression and pain. It also helps ease the treatment of various types of cancer and even soothe the pain of pregnancy, even the one occurring after delivery.


For the full article as published in OrganicFacts, 19th May 2018, Click Here


For more news and developments concerning reflexology and other complementary therapies, please visit my Complementary Therapy News Page.


Latest developments in Complementary Therapies

The effects of foot reflexology on anxiety

Patients who are about to undergo invasive diagnostic procedures are usually anxious and worried. High levels of anxiety can interfere with the successful implementation of procedures and threaten patient well-being. Foot reflexology has been shown to be effective in alleviating anxiety and stabilizing physiologic status among different patient populations. The aim of this study was to assess the effects of foot reflexology on anxiety and physiological parameters among the candidates for bronchoscopy.

To view the full article and to read the results of this trial Click Here




Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage

In an article for the Federation Holistic Therapists, Sally Kay, founder of award-winning technique RLD / Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage explains how the technique was developed and how she hopes it will be further integrated into other healthcare settings in the future.


Reflexology lymphatic drainage or RLD is a reflexology technique that isolates and systematically stimulates the lymphatic reflexes of the feet, using a problem-specific sequence. The treatment is adapted according to the site of secondary lymphoedema, focusing on the reflexes to encourage the excess lymph away from the damaged area towards the nearest uncompromised lymphatic drainage area.
RLD can also be used when treating clients with other conditions.

For more information and to view the full article Click Here




Healing Benefits of Foot Reflexology

Article published in My Weekly magazine: January 2018

Our feet are among the most hardworking parts of our body, but they don’t receive enough care and attention. When foot problems arise, they usually involve heel, ankle, hips, knee, and back pain. Did you know that applying pressure to certain reflex points on the feet can improve your psychological and physical health? Check out the healing benefits of foot massage and reflexology.

1. Lowers Blood Pressure
Massaging your feet regularly can help control hypertension or high blood pressure. It was also found that foot reflexology may help in reducing triglyceride and systolic blood pressure.

2. Improves Blood Circulation
The application of pressure, strokes and gentle techniques enhance blood circulation to vital organs. This will nourish body tissues and organs as blood delivers nutrients and oxygen. Foot reflexology also helps in repairing damaged tissues.

3. Promotes Relaxation
Foot massage is the best way to relax your mind and body. Applying pressure to certain points on the feet can also help in alleviating symptoms of depression. For example, the ball of the foot under the big toe and the spot in the center of the big toe are associated with mental health and emotional stability.

4. Relieves Pain and Tension
Reflexology can help in treating headaches, neck pain, migraine, upper and lower back pains. Massaging your feet will also treat and prevent many foot problems, such as plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis.

5. Improves Cognitive Function
Oxygen is required to keep organs and cells healthy. Foot reflexology helps in delivering oxygen to the brain. Manipulating the reflex points also promotes energy flow to the brain. Keep in mind that reflexology is a complementary therapy. Always consult a doctor for any problems with mental or physical health.

6. Promotes Better Sleep
Having a foot massage before going to bed can help you achieve a good night’s sleep. Sleep deprivation slows down your brain processes and can lead to serious health problems, such as stroke, hypertension, heart attack, and diabetes.

7. Eases Symptoms Of Menopause And PMS
Many women experience irritability, bloating, mood swings, headaches, lethargy, and insomnia during premenstrual syndrome. These symptoms can be treated by massaging your feet. Also, reflexology can ease symptoms of menopause, such as depression and hot flushes.

8. Treats Restless Leg Syndrome
One of the effective ways in treating restless leg syndrome is by having a massage. This condition makes sleeping difficult due to the pulling, throbbing sensations, and the urge to move your feet. There are many ways foot reflexology can improve one’s overall health. It is most effective when administered by a trained professional.

To read full article in My Weekly magazine Click Here

For more news and developments concerning reflexology and other complementary therapies, please visit my Complementary Therapy News Page.


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