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About Clare Davies

Your therapist Clare Davies B.Ed (Hons) M.Sc. has over 30 years experience working with people who have felt the need to look towards natural therapy for help with their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Clare is fully qualified in a number of complementary therapies which can be seen below:

Aromatherapy Aromatic oils are derived from flowers, leaves, fruits, resins and herbs. Specific oils are used for certain health problems. The oils are massaged into the skin to help strengthen the immune system and bring about an internal balance.
Bach Flower Remedies 36 flower remedies were discovered by Dr. E. Bach. He utilised the energy of the plants for healing. Many of the original plant locations are still used today. The plant energy is used for emotional states, such as worry, anxiety, fears etc. The Doctor said that a person’s state of mind can be the primary cause of sickness.
Colonic Hydrotherapy The colon is gently bathed in warm filtered water. It can help to dislodge and eliminate stored faecal matter. Plus problems with gas, excess mucus, tiredness, oedemas, constipation, diarrhoea and candida. It may be necessary to take some herbs.
Cranial Massage This helps to release tension in the head, neck, shoulders and pelvis. Gentle movements of the cranial bones allow cerebral fluid to flow unimpeded up and down the spinal column and outward into tissues.
Emotional Stress Relief Stress from past problems can cause chemicals to be triggered off in the body at any time. In many instances these past stressors can be the reason for physical problems in the hear and now. This technique can help neutralise these chemical reactions, allowing one to have a free choice in how the body reacts in any given situation.
Healing This is the channelling of God/Universal energy through a healer to a patient by the ‘laying-on’ of hands. This helps bring about an internal balance aiding a person to stimulate their own healing powers.
Kinesiology Literally, this is the study of muscular movements. It is to some extent a fusion of acupressure and chiropractic techniques. It involves manipulating specific electromagnetic points on energy lines (meridians). It helps deals with structural, chemical and mental imbalances of the body.
Massage Relaxes tight muscles, improves the circulation and concentration, assists lymphatic drainage. It also helps with the removal of toxic waste from tissues. A feel good factor is achieved. (this differs from aromatherapy in so far as more concentration in placed on specifics).
One-Brain Technique This treatment helps diagnose where problems are located that cause patients to have difficulty in dealing with day-to-day activities.
Reflexology Is the study of reflex points on the feet and hands. If there is an imbalance within the body of any kind such as aches, pains, discomfort, the related area on the feet or hands will experience a feeling of either sharpness or tenderness when the therapist uses compression massage. This technique aims to stimulate the sensory and motor nerves, resulting in the patient creating a healing environment for change.
Stress Management Coping techniques are taught. Exercises in breathing for better concentration, better sleep, for any fears, anxieties, phobias. And affirmations taught for self empowerment and positive change.
Yoga Is a system of self-study, helping you to focus on the mind and body. The use of gentle exercises, both physical and mental are taught, either to individuals or to groups. Yoga is a complete science of life, developed in India thousands of years ago.

Decision Time

If you have not been recommended by a friend or have not seen any articles written on the subject of Complementary/Natural Medicine, then you may find it difficult to decide which particular therapy may suit your needs.

Common questions asked

How do I know which therapy to choose?

There is a 10 minute free consultation, where you can talk about your condition, and afterwards you can make an informed decision as to what will suit your particular needs.

They may appear to you to be achieving the same thing. Yes they do, they all stimulate your own healing potential. Your therapist acts a catalyst during the treatment

People choose a particular technique that feels good for them. For example if you do have a stiff and painful neck, you may choose to have it massaged, or you may not want it touched at all. There is more than one way to help this condition.
Therapists have your interests at heart and will answer your questions honestly.

History of Clare Davies’s work in Complementary Therapy.

It began with Yoga in 1977 as a result of the many health benefits received.

Clare was employed part time by the then Area Health Authority for 18 years. Teaching Yoga, and Stress Management to patients in the Psychiatric Unit at Newtown Hospital.

She has taught Yoga and Meditation to beginners, intermediate and advance students, in adult education for many years.

Yoga class’s at the Worcester Natural Therapy Centre was the open door for further education into Natural Medicine.

1982 was the beginning of her work with the Centre as a Reflexologist with Mrs Lambe, followed by continuous education in the therapies listed.

She now has 21 years of experience in helping people with one or all of the therapies mentioned as well as having the position of Managing Director of the Centre for 13 years.

Appointments are available at the Centre from 7 am until 6 pm and at the Bromyard practice.

Tuesday - Bromyard
Thursday - Home visits
Friday - Worcester Natural Therapy Centre

For those house bound people, home visits are available at a little extra cost. (excluding colonics)

With permission from the relevant Authorities, treatments may be given in Hospitals, Nursing/ Residential

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