Shireen Hemmati (MICHT ITEC Cert HE )

Shireen was first introduced to Complimentary Therapy through meeting a Reflexologist whilst training as an Adult Nurse at Oxford Brookes in 2002. It inspired her to want to learn about the preventative perspective of health care and how it was just, if not more, important in helping and educating others' in dis-ease and health. Holistic Therapy incorporates the whole person, body, mind and spirit.

Shireen trained in Holistic Therapies at the City of Bath College and qualified in 2006. She also qualified as a Traditional Thai Master practitioner in 2007 at the Highly esteemed Body Harmonics Centre in Cheltenham. As an experienced holistic practitioner, is continually developing her skills and furthering her knowledge in holistic health and nutrition through reading, research, attending talks and workshops and has a deep, extensive knowledge and understanding of the human body through various studies and nursing. Shireen’s practice aim is to tailor each treatment as acutely as possible to address the specific problem areas. This can be achieved through incorporating different massage disciplines, giving a uniquely synergistic and individual treatment.

This year Shireen has qualified with a diploma in Ayurvdic therapies with Ayurveda Pura , London. This has given a whole new life to her treatments.

As a fully insured practitioner, full membership with the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and 10 years of experince you can be assured you will get a truely professional, high standard treatment.

Working in Bristol, Bath, Frome and surrounding areas, she can also offer you treatments in the comfort of your own home. Each treatment will be tailored to suit your individual needs. Corporate packages are also available upon request.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call or email.


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