Sima is our resident Medical Aesthetician and Amatsu practitioner. She has over 25 years of experience in laser hair removal, laser blood blisters, skin tags, verrucae, thread veins and milia removal. Sima also specialises in electrolysis hair removal.
Her experience in Sports/Swedish massage and in anatomy and physiology has extended her skills in Amatsu therapy.
Sima first discovered Amatsu in 2007 after a car accident left her temporarily paralysed from the neck down.
A few days after the accident, Sima began to regain the sensory /motor nerve response in her vertebrae and eventually the sensation returned back, but she was left with a numbness in her left arm which affected her job and daily life.
After trying out various therapies for over a year, Sima experienced no significant improvement. She was soon introduced to Amatsu, a therapy she had never heard about before, and decided to give it a try.
After experiencing the benefits of Amatsu and the reparation of her body, Sima trained and qualified as an Amatsu practitioner a few years ago. After 25 years of experience practising sports and swedish massage, Amatsu has been able to take her understanding of anatomy and physiology to a whole new level by realigning the structure of the body, restoring balance and helping the body to heal and repair by itself.
Get in contact with Sima by calling her on 07479 554412 or visiting our wellness centre in Little Chalfont.
Saskia graduated in 2006 from the University of Brighton with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Podiatry. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is also a member of the Royal College of Podiatry.
Saskia is an experienced podiatrist who has trained to diagnose, prevent, treat and rehabilitate foot and lower limb conditions in order to help keep patients mobile, active and free from infection and pain.
Her services include nail care, ingrown toenails (including nail surgery), fungal nail testing & treatment, cosmetic nail reconstruction, corns, calluses, verrucae, Diabetic foot care, wound care, heel pain, insoles & orthotics, nail surgery for ingrowing nails and biomechanical assessment.
Get in contact with Saskia by calling her on 07514 720602 or visiting our wellness centre in Little Chalfont.
Caroline qualified from King’s College London with a First Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy in 2000. She also obtained a First Class Honours Degree in Biology in 1996 from Bristol University.
Since graduating, she has developed extensive experience in the field of Neurology including Advanced Bobath Certification.
She is highly skilled in assessment and the treatment of a wide range of neurological conditions, such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, brain injury, Multiple Sclerosis, post tumour removal, Cerebral Palsy, balance and gait disorders, upper limb impairment and many more.
Following a detailed initial assessment session, Caroline will provide expert treatment and advice to achieve realistic rehabilitation goals. She is caring and empathetic and is renowned for her treatment results.
Caroline is always happy to discuss treatments prior to the initial assessment so get in contact by calling on 07989 504119.
Ronja decided to become a therapist after having had her own experience of receiving help and support through therapy. She started her journey towards becoming a therapist in 2008, by studying Psychology at Brunel University and decided to continue and complete her studies at Regent’s University London to become a Counsellor and Psychotherapist, while also volunteering at Samaritans. Since then Ronja has started to work towards her full accreditation with the UKCP and BACP.
Ronja has experience in working with both short-term and long-term clients on a variety of issues ranging from mental health issues, anxiety, depression, work stress, relationship issues and domestic abuse. With all these struggles, Ronja aims to be your partner in overcoming these issues, supporting you with the goal of you reaching a better, more comfortable place in life.
Ronja believes that growth and change is always possible and that as human beings we have a natural drive towards healing ourselves.
As a therapist, Ronja aims to be your partner in working towards allowing you to live a better, more comfortable life.
In these unusual times, Ronja is aware that support is more important than ever, so she is happy to offer therapy online.
Get in contact with Ronja by calling her on 07742 878690.
I am available for support during the COVID-19 crisis and can offer online sessions. During this difficult time, I would like to express my support and gratitude to all NHS staff and Key workers, and as such I would like to offer you a discounted rate for counselling sessions
Marianne is a qualified Person-Centred therapist and a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She has been interested in therapeutic counselling all her life, finding it rewarding to support people by offering them a space where they can feel safe, heard and understood during times when their worlds may feel complicated and overwhelming.
Marianne has extensive experience of working with young people (aged 11 to 18) and adults in a variety of areas such as: ADHD, work and school issues, body image, exam stress etc
As a Person-Centred therapist, Marianne works in a non-directive and flexible way, prioritising the client’s needs and works at a pace that suits them. Her working method includes talking therapy, as well as play and creative methods, such drawing and painting.
Marianne also has experience in working with people both pre-and post ADHD diagnosis and can support as the person comes to terms with the diagnosis and looking at ways to help them managing their feelings and symptoms. For ADHD clients, Marianne works closely with Headstuff ADHD Therapy who can provide further information on what ADHD is and how to get diagnosed.
Marianne is also trained in family therapy and is able offer sessions for families who are struggling with communication and their home life.
Marianne is currently available on Wednesday afternoons at the Chalfont Wellness Centre between 1:30pm and 5:30pm.
Get in Contact with Marianne by calling her on: 07949 978768.
“Let food be thy medicine and Medicine be thy food”, this is Hippocrates’ ethos that Ayesha has a strong affiliation with.
Ayesha has a background in Finance but has always had a passion for food with an inquisitive mind to research traditional and modern techniques on how foods can heal.
Ayesha studied for 5 years at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London (CNM), (attended by Sadie Frost and Ella Woodward of Deliciously Ella), gaining Diplomas in Nutrition & Naturopathy (Natural Medicine). She is currently completing her Post-graduate studies in Iridology (Iris analysis) and gaining Certification in Integrative Sports Nutrition with the CISN.
Ayesha is the founder of Our.Food.Club and has developed an interest into various diagnostic tools to understand the root cause of underlying health conditions for those who have worked with her, including assessment of visual signs and symptoms, pH testing, blood sugar monitoring, Genetic laboratory testing and Iridology (Iris analysis). She loves sport and is gaining certification in Sports Nutrition in 2020, whilst completing a post-Grad diploma in Iridology.
She had a feature article published in the Functional Sports Nutrition (FSN) magazine in 2019, on the use of Medicinal Mushrooms in Sport. Ayesha doesn’t like to call those who see her as ‘clients or patients’ but views everyone as individuals seeking guidance and asks for people’s commitment to make changes! Her services include in-depth health consultations (MOT on health), reviewing food diaries, providing nutritional plans, advising on supplements and recipes, with referrals made to medical professional where required and offers corporate workshops / consultancy services on Nutrition.
Get in contact with Ayesha by calling her on 07850401292 or visiting our wellness centre in Little Chalfont.
Rakhee graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London, with a degree in osteopathic medicine in 2007. Rakhee also has a Diploma in Naturopathic Medicine as well as more than 10 years of experience practicing The Perrin Technique whilst working closely alongside Dr Ray Perrin, the creator of the technique and experience as a craniosacral therapist. The combination of her specialist training and number of years of experience is what makes her one of the most highly skilled in her field.
Rakhee believes in addressing each patient as a unique individual; assessing, treating and managing their conditions as an integrative whole-body approach rather than as individual symptoms with an interest in how our environment, whether it be physical or mental stressors can negatively impact our body. Rakhee has a special interest in assisting those with complex chronic conditions such as ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease and neurological diseases or disorders.
Get in contact with Rakhee by calling her on 07917730028
Alice believes that the psychodynamic model offers a holistic treatment approach, a more thorough examination of the self, behaviour and relationship patterns. It is a way of thinking about yourself, and also yourself in relation to others.
Beginning therapy can feel like a big step and can feel frightening as well as hopeful. Talking in a safe and non-judgemental space can help to make effective changes in our lives and enhance our well- being so that life feels less difficult and better understood. Exploring unresolved issues and conflicts can reduce fears and anxieties leading to the experience of a more fulfilled life with stronger relationships.
Some examples of areas that Alice works with:-
Depression or feeling low, stress, anxiety, trauma, loss or bereavement, abuse, relationship problems, self-harm, suicide, addiction, eating disorders, work-related issues, anger, guilt, marital and/or family issues, low self-esteem, insomnia, fatigue, issues around identity.
Get in touch with Alice by calling her on 07369228649
Alison is a qualified person-centred counsellor and a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), registration no: 382428. She works with both secondary age children and adults.
Alison has extensive experience working with issues such as panic disorders, anxiety, depression, OCD, eating disorders, domestic abuse, self-esteem and identity.
As a person-centred counsellor, Alison’s work is non-directive (the client is in control of where the therapy goes and to what depth), warm, open and most definitely non-judgemental. This is your safe space to talk and explore thoughts, feelings and decisions.
Alison believes that it is the compatibility and strength of the relationship that determines whether therapy will be a positive and useful experience. As such, she offers an initial, free, 30-minute, on-line session. She hopes this gives you a sense of whether you feel comfortable talking to her and her person-centred approach.
Alison is currently available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Chalfont Wellness: 5.30pm to 9.30pm (Tue) and 6.45pm to 9pm (Thurs). You can also book on-line/phone counselling by appointment.
Get in contact with Alison on 07753 621113
If you would like any further details or to make an appointment, please contact the relevant practitioner above.