About Me


Head Shave

For charity

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Home Treatments

Ultimate pampering using luxurious organic beauty products

Head Massage

Indian Head Massage works to release any blocked negative energy in the body

Facials & Waxing

A form of semi-permanent hair removal which removes the hair from the root

Stone Therapy

Heated stones placed onto specific points on the body and used to work the muscles


Can relieve stress and pain in other parts of the body through manipulation

Swedish Massage

The manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques

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About Me


personel bio picI am an ITEC qualified Holistic Therapist having trained in Exeter at Devon Academy of Complementary Therapies in 2011.  I continue to train in new therapies and techniques to offer my clients the best of treatments.
I am extremely passionate in what I do and in providing you with the best service I possibly can. I aim to make my clients feel comfortable and relaxed when giving any treatments.


I volunteer 1 day a week at The Long House North Devon Hospice in Holsworthy. I love my volunteering  time with the hospice because I know how much people benefit from this kind of support. As well as the therapies that I provide, patients and families can access so much from The Long House. Everything is free of charge, but North Devon Hospice is a charity, so they need people to dig deep in order to make it all happen

Head Shaved for Charity:

I was approaching my 40th birthday and thought this was a great way to celebrate. I didn’t need any presents or anything like that, I would rather people sponsor me for my head shave instead. I set up an online fundraising page and got my sponsor forms in every place I could think. On the day, we held a bit of an event at my local pub, The Bridge Inn at Bridgerule, where we had cake sales and a raffle to top up my fundraising. I set myself the target of £500, so when everything was counted, I was amazed to be told I’d actually raised over £1,200!

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