Natural Health Sanctuary

The Natural Health Show
10th April 2016

We would like to let you know of our Natural Health Show coming up on Sunday 10th April at Broomfield Community Centre, 158 Broomfield Road, Chelmsford Essex CM1 7AH. This is starting at 1pm until the afternoon offering taster treatments and information on all we have to offer at The Natural Health Sanctuary plus a few other stalls offering natural health products too. Therapists at The Natural Health Sanctuary will be there to answer any questions you have.

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Samantha Hull has been working within the world of the Healing Arts for over 17yrs. Her work has organically evolved into setting up The Natural Health Sanctuary in Chelmsford which has been a long term dream.

During 1996, while working full time in London as an Office Manager, Samantha set up Happy Holistic Healing and practised basic body massage in her spare time which extended into learning many add on courses to gain more understanding of the body, mind and spirit. Throughout the years she studied and experienced many different complementary health subjects which are all available at The Natural Health Sanctuary.

She has travelled to India to teach and enjoys helping people find techniques to help them along with life. All these techniques are using and rebalancing the body's energy, universal energy and natural products. She explains that we all need some help sometimes and life can throw different situations at us which knocks our energy. Some of us can bounce back and sometimes we struggle. There is no need for struggle any more. Please come and see us to help us help you take the stress out of your life.

There is a selection of treatments, courses and workshops of the following:-

Reiki, Aromatherapy, Hopi Ear Candling, Body Massage, Natural Lift Facial Massage, Thai Foot Massage, Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Pregnancy & Post Natal Massage, Meditation mornings and evenings, Rahanni Celestial Healing, Palm Reading, Chill Days and more. Treatment prices range from £15-£55 and courses and workshops range from £60-100 per day.

When you experience any of these treatments, the effect is always positive.
The general feedback is that everyone who has experienced the effects of complementary therapy in it's different forms has felt very relaxed. People have also commented that they found themselves dealing with situations and stress much easily than when not receiving treatment.

In the last 5 years especially Samantha has commented that many clients new and current have expressed that they didn't want to take so much medication any more. They have also said, there must be another way to better health and well being.

The Natural Health Sanctuary are offering £5 off for your first visit in February.

Tel: 01245 356671, 07483 159807, 07958 719342


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