Booking a session
To book a session
Please call 07981 992178 or email email@example.com
I am currently available on Tuesdays (including Tuesday evenings) & Fridays. I can occasionally offer weekend sessions. I am usually booked up well in advance, but you can call me to see if I have any cancellations available in the current week.
What to expect
Shiatsu is a treatment where the client remains clothed. I work on a massage tables to allow greatest access for clients. I can also work on a massage chair, or with the client seated in a chair if needed.
Sessions start with a consultation for you to share what's going on for you and to explore what you would like from your treatment. I may ask you questions about your medical history, lifestyle and current situation. The initial consultation will be followed by a treatment tailored to meet your needs as identified through the consultation.
No two treatments are the same. Follow on sessions have a shorter consultation to allow maximum time for the treatment. Longer sessions can be booked if you would like more time.
Please bring or wear loose comfortable long-sleeved clothing, and avoid eating for at least 30 minutes prior to a treatment.
Sessions can involve purely Shiatsu or EFT (Tapping) or a combination of both. (My favourite!)
Health Creation Sessions are carried out face to face, or over skype / facetime. They last an hour, and you will be expected to have completed your Picture of Health before each session to help inform our work together.
Call 07981992178 to book your session
"Hannah's sessions have helped me in so many ways. I no longer suffer from panic attacks, and haven't had a migrane for ages. I feel so much stronger and able to deal with what life throws at me"
N.B. - Council worker
"When I started seeing Hannah I was on the highest dose of painkillers available. These days I might have to take one paracetemol in a month."
M.T. - Administrator
"Having Shiatsu in the workplace is a great way to de-stress at the end of my day, and help me deal with the changes, uncertanties and difficulties of work at the moment"
R.H. Financial officer