About us

Holly Turner BSc; MAR; MIFPA

Hi! I’m Holly,  a Complementary Therapist passionate about helping people counteract modern-day stressors, better manage health conditions and finding peace in what can be a busy and frantic world.

My interest in Complementary Healthcare began after I had a random, stress-related seizure in Newport Sainsbury’s several years ago and I received complementary therapies alongside my GP’s care as part of my recovery.

That seizure was the best thing that has ever happened to me because now I have found my passion, I am fascinated by the effects of chronic stress on our mental and physical health. I attended Cardiff Metropolitan Universtiy to study the BSc in Complementary Healthcare. Fast forward three years,  I've graduated with a First Class Honours, conducted my own scientific study exploring the effects of reflexology on chronic stress and won the Susan Clease Memorial Prize for Best Clinical Practice. 

I am also keen on promoting better health and wellbeing to the wider community. Over a year ago, I started a Women’s Wellbeing group in Redwick village hall and I absolutely love running the sessions with a group of fabulous women all ready to learn ways in which we can be happier and healthier. You can read more about me, my story and the wellbeing group in the South Wales Argus by clicking the button below.

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I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists and the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists. Belonging to two well established professional bodies (with high entry requirements), you can trust that I meet their high standards of good practice, adhering to their codes of practice and ethics. I am committed to Continual Professional Development (CPD), frequently reading scientific research in relevance to my therapies and attending further training courses.

Beth Lynbeck MAR; MTI

Hi! I’m Beth, a Complementary Therapist who loves helping others, through finding relaxation and helping manage various health conditions. Since 2016, I have been attending Cardiff Metropolitan University where I have been studying the BSc (Hons) in Complementary Healthcare. I am now in Year 3 and will graduate in July 2018. I have always loved helping others and enjoy being part of a process of maintaining or improving physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing. I believe the whole person should be considered when having a treatment, so each treatment is tailored to each individual client’s needs.
Trained in massage, aromatherapy and reflexology to the highest standard in the UK, I have a keen interest in massage and am a member of the Professional body MTI (massage training institute) and Association of Reflexologists, therefore, I adhere to their Code of Ethics and standards of Safe Practice.