Stress Busters

So many people coming in with ailments or just stress feel that the hour slips away relatively quickly, and sometimes I have people lying there saying I wish I could be here for  hours, so I’ve designed a few treatment suggestions where a person can actually do that.  However, I will have to be booked for the day and prices may vary.  The only time I can possibly do that would be some Wednesdays and it would have to be a firm appointment, as I wouldn’t take any other appointments that day and it will be on a first come first serve basis.

 Here are a few samples, and do let me know what you think and email me if interested in booking  a ‘zen’ day : )

 Suggestion I

8 a.m  Reflexology while lying on hot Jade stones.

9-11 a.m Hot stone massage incorporated with  full body deep tissue and Myofascial work mixed with pure essential oils.

11- 12 Acupressure mixed with chakra balancing

12- 1 End the morning with a cranio-sacral therapy adjustment

1pm Rose herbal tea

The room will be booked for you, so you will have the luxury of just remaining there in a dimmed quiet room till ready to leave

 Suggestion II

Body Wellness

8-9 a.m reformer exercise session emphasis on breathing

9-10 a.m full body stretch

10-11 a.m breathing and autogenic relaxation

11+ guided meditation

 Suggestion III

Full body assessment

– Fitness testing

– biomechanical assessment

– Reflexology full body assessment

–  muscle energy testing/food allergies/organ energy testing

– Energy diagnosis/Energy cyst /organ mobility/motility

        Or Hypnotherapy regression


Consultations would be emailed a week prior to your session.

For more information, email




Published by Rawya El Gammal

I started my career in my late teens as a group exercise instructor and PT, then found my calling as a Sports Therapist where I worked with sports injuries and post op cases in the UK and Egypt. I found that people who came in needed support on a multitude of levels other than just return to sport, so I pursued my passion in studying more. Trained as a holistic therapist, hypnotherapy, homeopathy, Australian Bush flowers, then went onto a long journey of training at the Upledger Institute in craniosacral therapy followed by the Barral Institute in Visceral, Neural and articular manipulation. Over the years I developed my own techniques of work, incorporating the array of studies into sessions. A client would come in with complaints ranging from injuries, to random headaches and I'd take the time during a consultation to listen to what they have to say. Then I'd spend the rest of the session listening and assessing the body through biomechanical assessments, joint, visceral, neural etc assessments, listening techniques and by the end of the consultation will discuss with you what my opinion is and options. We'll set up a plan that works for you and take it from there. My intention isn't to keep you coming forever, but to get you up and going as quickly as possible. In 2000 my masters was on meditation vs exercise on blood pressure. Meditation was one of the things I had incorporated in my daily life since I was in my mid 20's but by the time I had teens, the practice became a little bit of a challenge with all other demands of life. For a series of consecutive years I took my family to a mindfulness retreat, and started reviving that aspect of learning into our lives, went onto to study SER (somatic-emotional release) and it was applied through my manual work practice. 3 years ago, I enrolled in a three year SE course, I'm completing year 3 and am now incorporating the work into my practice which doesn't necessarily require manual work. As an addition to the titles I'm also a life/wellness coach and behaviour change in practice coach in fitness, I added a few more bows to my tie by studying CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy through the Achology institute), NLP and Heart Math. The combination of all the studies and 30+ years experience in being a therapist helps me help you even more.

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