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 Here's a Little About Me

Hello & Welcome to "In Balance Holistics" my name is Dawn.

 

I am a fully qualified and insured Complementary Therapist and member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and offer various therapies, Swedish Massage and Reiki being among them. I abide by the FHT Code of Ethics and Professional Practice. I work from my home in Worthing and have created a comfortable and relaxing room in which to carry out both my therapies and training courses.  I also provide therapies at South Downs Leisure Centre.  I only provide therapies to female clients.

I became interested in Complementary Therapies in 2004. I had experienced many types of massage over the years and liked the relaxed therapeutic way they make me feel. I realised the importance of making time for my health and wellbeing as well as the many benefits of massage and wanted to be able to offer this to others.

I especially enjoyed having a massage after a morning spent exercising. I had less muscle soreness, felt totally relaxed and always slept better.  

I began to feel the benefits of having a regular massage and wanted to be able to offer this others. I decided to study Swedish Massage, after training I achieved an ITEC Level 3 Diploma. I then followed this up with a course in Indian Head Massage. I later attended a course in Holistic Facials and then went on to study various other therapies and became a Reiki Practitioner. I have since continued to expand my knowledge of healing to become a  Seichem Reiki Master and Teacher.  I have also completed a course on Pranayama and Meditation Teacher Training and a course on Meditation.   My experience has included working with adults with learning difficulties as well as in a care home for adults with dementia.  I continue to add to my knowledge as I enjoy learning new skills and techniques.  In my spare time I enjoy attending holistic fayres, spending time with friends, reading, going for walks and doing yoga.

One of favourite quotes is:  "What you think you become" by Gautama Buddha