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23rd November 2014 

Reflexology, Reiki and Hopi Ear Candles in East Bridgford


Donna Millichamp PRM, Baby & Toddler Reflex™ Practitioner, Reiki Master



Having always had an interest in complementary therapies, and following reiki treatments during pregnancy, Donna's curiosity to learn more in this field was renewed, eventually leading to training first in reiki followed by reflexology and hopi ear candles.



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This interest stems from the belief that we are whole beings and need to be treated as such.

the holistic approach - body, mind and spirit

Complementary therapies reflect this belief and work alongside conventional treatment without conflict in the majority of instances.



Since graduating as a reflexologist, Donna has completed a number of courses to further her knowledge and understanding. This continuing development of skills not only keeps the therapist up-to-date with current techniques but adds to the knowledge required to adapt treatments more readily, to accommodate the needs of the individual client.

Donna has focused her training in Reflexology since surviving breast cancer. She trained in Reflexology Palliative care at the Christie Hospital, and was personally trained by Dr Peter Mackereth. Donna now brings the techniques she learned to her clinic for the benefit of clients who have cancer, or for those in need of palliative care.



Working at clinics in East Bridgford, Newton, and Burton Joyce which are easily accessible from Nottingham, Newark, Bingham and Southwell, Donna is happy to discuss home visits should these be required.



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Because of advertising rules, reflexologists are not allowed to make claims relating to specific conditions. We are however allowed to give links to media articles and research papers that Reflexology has been quoted in. Please click on our Research & Media link, and you can then make up your own mind to the efficacy of this wonderful therapy.



"Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes

also a matter of opportunity"

Hippocrates (460-377BC)

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