My name is Liz Jenkins and I have been a complementary therapist since 2000
I have a busy private practice in Alyth. My clients include men and women of all ages who consult me for a variety of reasons. These range from those requiring rest and relaxation, to people suffering from back pain and conditions such as multiple sclerosis.
My interest in complementary therapies started about 20 years ago, when I was experiencing stress in my own life. From my first aromatherapy treatment I was hooked - not only did I feel relaxed, but the muscular discomfort that I had been experiencing had been relieved. On the advice of my therapist I returned for regular treatments and started to use the oils that she had recommended for me to use at home. Aromatherapy is a holistic treatment that looks at all aspects of a person's life, and as I made the changes that she recommended to my diet and lifestyle I began to experience the full benefits of the treatment; my sleep pattern improved, I had more energy and my stress levels decreased.
This led me to investigate for myself the therapeutic properties of the oils, and as my knowledge and collection of the essential oils grew, so did my desire to help other people experience the gentle healing properies of these lovely aromatic oils.
I trained in Glasgow at the Shirley Price International College of Aromatherapy
I am a full member of The International Federation Of Professional Aromatherapists.
To verify my membership go to: www.ifparoma.org
As I became more experienced, I began to realise that physical pain does not always have a physical cause, and that there are many reasons why a person's system may become unbalanced. For some, therapeutic massage combined with essential oils is enough to ease the symptoms, for others emotional stress or dietary deficiencies may be the root cause of the discomfort.
Kinesiology uses gentle muscle testing to identify which corrections are needed to bring the body back into balance.
I am a Kinesiology Federation Registered Practitioner.
To verify my membership go to www.kinesiologyfederation.org
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If it is unstable, improve it.
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