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Holistic Health and Wellness Centre Now Open in Station Street, Burton on Trent

BURTON UPON TRENT, England, August 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --


Local Chiropractors Anna Hindley and Victoria Jones, Holistic Therapist Andrea Clarke, Massage Therapist Lisa Satchwell, Acupuncturist Victor Ong, Nutritional Therapist Emma Mayou, Clinical Psychologist Sophie Horrobin and Hypnotherapist Angela Terris are joining forces in Equilibrium Chiropractic and Holistic Health in Station Street, Burton-on-Trent.  The centre truly provides a one-stop-shop for health and wellness and a centre for excellence in healthcare.

Equilibrium offers convenient and flexible treatment times, opening till 8pm most evenings. The friendly reception service is complemented by a full online booking service accessed via the website at http://www.equilibrium.bz. The Facebook page "Equilibrium Chiropractic and Holistic Health" keeps clients up to date with information and special offers.

Owner Anna Hindley is an experienced Chiropractor; she has practiced in Burton since 2003. In early 2014 she purchased 98 Station Street and has since transformed it into a welcoming holistic centre. The business was the recipient of a grant from East Staffordshire Business Development Fund which really helped the idea get off the ground. The clinic provides a hub for self-employed therapists starting out in the area; Anna welcomes applications from outstanding local therapists who would like to join the team.

Anna says:

"I have always wanted to operate from a really beautiful environment and had a vision of excellent practitioners all pulling together as a team to achieve the best outcome for our patients. The philosophy of the centre is just that and I am very proud to be part of it."

Why Equilibrium?

Equilibrium is unique to the area in the range of therapies available under one roof. Between them, the Chiropractors offer a huge range of techniques including diversified, cranial adjusting, sacro-occipital technique, neuro-muscular and soft tissue release techniques, activator, McTimoney Chiropractic, massage, acupuncture for pain relief and applied kinesiology. This means there is a safe and effective technique to suit everyone, young or old.

Andrea Clarke has a special interest in fertility; she offers a bespoke service to her clients including fertility massage (abdominal sacral massage).

Lisa offers clinical massage; this combines a fusion of techniques, including amma fusion, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, soft tissue release, deep tissue, sports massage and stretching. Each massage is tailored to your specific needs. Through listening, observation and touch, techniques are combined to relieve trigger points, pain and stress. 

Angela offers CBT, hypnotherapy and counselling, and Sophie brings her experience from working as an NHS psychologist to the centre.

Emma is a personal trainer and nutritional therapist and can support clients on their journey independently or alongside other therapies.

Victor is our acupuncturist and comes from the traditional Chinese school using the five elements approach to health.

All the therapists offer a free 15 minute consultation to discuss any aspect of health and therapy.

The therapists are able to give lifestyle advice such as advice on nutrition, stress relief and exercising safely and want to have a positive impact on the health of local people.

The centre is managed by the warm, friendly and competent Janice, who is supported by Gill on reception.

To contact Equilibrium:
Anna Hindley
Equilibrium Chiropractic and Holistic Health
+44(0)1283-480555
[email protected]

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