A decade ago any mention of reflexology or homeopathy would have marked you out as a bit of a hippy, but times have changed with Britons now spending more than £450 million a year on complementary and alternative medicines.
Recent studies have found clear evidence that when people pay for alternative treatments the results are resoundingly more beneficial than free medicines given out by their GP’s. The NHS also accepts that massage, aromatherapy and reflexology can definitely benefit patients in ways standard practices can’t
Take Patrick Ukety, from Peckham, London, he suffered from skin and stomach problems and was seen by doctors who failed to offer a real solution. After researching alternative methods he booked a course of reflexology and witnessed astounding results. “It was amazing, the treatments I had really helped to relax and also diagnose what the source of the problem was”. In little under a week he had seen an improvement in his health and was given further advice to ensure his health continued to improve.
Alternative treatments also include treatments such as the Indian head massage which works on the upper back, shoulders, scalp and face to reduce stress and increase overall mental clarity.
The Tewkesbury Park has a special offer for those girly groups, 1 night package which includes Dinner, Bed & Breakfast plus two 30 minute treatments which includes an Indian head massage and back, neck and shoulder massage for just £89pp*
In addition Q hotels are now offering a scalp massage as part of their day spa packages, in addition they also receive Lunch and use of all the spa facilities for just £50pp (locations nationwide)
For these and other special offers please visit our website at www.spabreaks.com alternatively for expert advice contact our call centre on 0800 043 6600.
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