Complementary Health Care

Complementary Healthcare,

Also known as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) covers a range of manual, talking and energy therapies which work as stand-alone and treatments and also to complement existing orthodox treatments. The Complementary Healthcare Practitioner works holistically, which means, through detailed discussion, consultation, and posture analysis, combined with practitioner knowledge, training and experience, a treatment plan is prepared which encompasses the whole person, physical, psychological and physiological (Body, mind & spirit)   Complementary healthcare therapies is often used alongside conventional care in hospices, hospitals and other healthcare setings and should not be used in place of conventional medicine. Always consult a doctor or other healthcare professional for medical attention and advice. If you have an existing medical condition or suspect you may have one it is advisable to inform your doctor you will be receiving Complementary healthcare. 

Therapies include:

Aromatherapy, Swedish massage, Reflexology of the hand, foot and ear, Reiki, Sports and remedial massage (soft tissue therapies), Neuro-linguisic Programming (NLP), pregnancy massage and Aromatherapy, Aqua massage, Thai Massage, AromaTouch experience and treatments for chronic conditions such as cancer, individually or in combination, providing bespoke treatments as individual as you are!! 

Mission Statement

To provide a comprehensive range of professional complementary and holistic therapies to the highest standards, in a relaxed environment, with bespoke, nurturing treatments, meeting a diverse range of needs, promoting health and well-being for mind, body and soul.


There might be after effects and these are normal reactions to treatments. The symptoms can be uncomfortable at the time and usually pass after 24 hours. Your body is working to remove toxins from your system and your treatment speeds up this process.   
Typical after effects may include tiredness, muscular aches and pains, going to the toilet more often, changed sleep patterns and headaches. To make sure that you get the most from your treatment, you should follow the guidance below:  

Drink plenty of water.  Massage helps your body remove toxins from your body. Drinking plenty of water helps this process.  

Eat Light Meals. Avoid heavy, stodgy foods; they usually contain more toxins and are harder for your body to break down.  

Relax. Try and rest as much as you can after a treatment, you should feel revitalised. Remember, no housework!!  

Don’t sun bathe or use sun beds, it isn’t safe as your skin will burn easily due to the oils.  

Reduce the use of: Caffeine, alcohol and tobacco, these are all toxins which your body is working to remove and they may disrupt sleep patterns.                     
I look forward to working with you. Taking this time out for  yourself is so important. Please do not hesitate to call me if you have any questions ​

Caroline Tiler-Ansell
Advanced Complementary Healthcare Practitioner