selection of Complementary & Holistic therapies are
available here for Your Well-Being, whatever your age.
Holistic Massage ◈ Aromatherapy Massage
Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ◈ On-Site Massage
Aromatherapy ◈ Hopi Ear Candling ◈ Mum & Baby
Aromatherapy Facials ◈ TsuboKi (Japanese Face Massage)
Magnified Healing ◈ Chakra Balance ◈ Tibetan Pulsing
Relax Kids Classes ◈ Massage In Schools Programme
Corporate Well-being ◈ Indigo StageHands
Complementary Therapies are so-named because they are said to complement traditional allopathic medicine; their aim is to encourage well-being, providing a space for relaxation and time out for the client - with themselves!; if we were all at peace in, and in well-being with ourselves, our world might be a very different place. Holistic means literally looking after the ‘whole’ person, recognising the relationship between 'parts' and the 'whole' and taking into consideration a person's physical, mental and emotional states.
A full consultation is always taken to ensure a truly holistic treatment and to provide the best treatment plan for each client. The practitioner does not treat or diagnose disease. There are contra-indications to Complementary Therapy (times when massage and other therapies should be avoided if certain medical conditions are existing); in some cases it may be advised to seek advice from your GP or medical practitioner before having a treatment. It is always advised to avoid Massage & Aromatherapy during the first 3 months of pregnancy. If you have any queries please do get in touch - I am very happy to have a chat either over the phone or by email.
Holistic Therapies have been around for a long time; one of my favourite experiences was seeing first hand the ancient stone engravings showing the human body's meridians or Sen lines at Wat Po Temple in Bangkok, Thailand. It is said that most ancient cultures have had knowledge of holistic well-being for millenia including China, India, North America and India as well as our own Celtic heritage in this part of the world. In the last century there has been a revival of these ancient healing arts, with therapies being 're-discovered' and re-formulated into professional and regulated practises which are quickly becoming recognised for their positive effects on our well-being.
The Indigo Holistics treatment room, our Chakra Cabin, is nestled in a magical garden under the shadow of Glastonbury Tor and Chalice Hill, a short walk from The Chalice Well Gardens and The White Spring in Glastonbury, Somerset. Parking is available.
Catherine Dempsey Williams of Indigo Holistics, is a professionally trained Complementary therapist, qualified and insured in the therapies and treatments listed here. She is a Relax Kids Coach and an Instructor for the Massage In Schools Programme. Catherine is also a member of the Complementary Therapists Association, Embody, MISA (The Massage In Schools Association) and The Glastonbury Therapist's Forum. Catherine joins other practitioners in offering treatments at the Chalice Well Trust's annual Healing Weekend every August and has on occasion been seen to set up her massage table behind a stage, most recently the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury festival 2011.
Massage and other complementary therapies can be cumultative, meaning that a course of treatments might be of most benefit.
Book any 3 treatments and your 4th is free.
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Please note: Complementary therapies should never be regarded as an alternative to orthodox medical treatment, but should rather complement it. If you are receiving treatment or medication from your doctor, it may be necessary to check with your GP before having a treatment. Please make the practitioner aware of all relevant medical history, any medication you may be taking and alert her to any allergies you have. Massage, Aromatherapy, Traditional Thai Yoga Massage and any acupressure therapy (including TsuboKi Japanese Face Massage & On-Site Chair Massage) should be avoided during the first 3 months of pregnancy. After this time, they can be beneficial under the guidance and care of a professional therapist. The therapist cannot and will not diagnose or treat illnesses of any kind.
Indigo Holistics - Complementary Therapist - Catherine Dempsey-Williams
Dip ITEC, (Anatomy & Physiology, Massage, Aromatherapy), Dip Richdales (Traditional Thai Yoga Massage)., Dip SAC (Crystal Healing),
Relax Kids Teacher, Member of the Complementary Therapists Association, Massage In Schools Association, AC Registered.