Other Therapies2020-02-18T12:52:27+00:00

other therapies

other therapies

coaching at the next chapter

Do you feel stuck in a rut? Are you looking for ways to make active changes in your life? Perhaps you have a future goal in mind but you’re struggling to reach it on your own and are looking for support and accountability to get you there. Or maybe you want to accelerate your growth and personal development. If you feel ready to set goals and map out your future direction in life, and you’re willing to try something new and challenge your habitual ways of being and doing, coaching may be the right choice for you.

coaching at the next chapter

Do you feel stuck in a rut? Are you looking for ways to make active changes in your life? Perhaps you have a future goal in mind but you’re struggling to reach it on your own and you are looking for support and accountability to get you there. Or maybe you want to accelerate your growth and personal development. If you feel ready to set goals and map out your future direction in life, and you’re willing to try something new and challenge your habitual ways of being and doing, coaching may be the right choice for you.

massage at the next chapter

Our day to day lives, whatever they are, can often leave us feeling physically tense, tired or in pain. Massage therapy can help to alleviate these issues by reducing tension and allowing the body to rest, reset and recover. Swedish, Hot Stone and Indian Head massage all offer health benefits such as improved circulation, increased mobility and deep relaxation, which can have positive impacts on our ability to heal physically, and on our emotional wellbeing.

massage at the next chapter

Our day to day lives, whatever they are, can often leave us feeling physically tense, tired or in pain. Massage therapy can help to alleviate these issues by reducing tension and allowing the body to rest, reset and recover. Swedish, Hot Stone and Indian Head massage all offer health benefits such as improved circulation, increased mobility and deep relaxation, which can have positive impacts on our ability to heal physically, and on our emotional wellbeing.

reflexology at the next chapter

Reflexology is a gentle, soft touch, non invasive therapy which can offer a range of health benefits.  It is an ancient therapy which has been practised for thousands of years in many cultures. It is a treatment that is most commonly practiced on the feet and the hands and can be an extremely relaxing and nurturing experience.

Reflexology stimulates the body’s own natural healing response and can help to encourage homeostasis or balance in the body. It is also a holistic therapy and acknowledges that each person is an individual.

Reflexology can help with

  • wellbeing
  • mood improvement
  • relaxation
  • sleep
  • tension release

Reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe and should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.

click here for more information on Pamela Couper, reflexologist at the next chapter
or contact her directly on hello@pamelacouperreflexology.co.uk

reflexology at the next chapter

Reflexology is a gentle, soft touch, non invasive therapy which can offer a range of health benefits.  It is an ancient therapy which has been practised for thousands of years in many cultures. It is a treatment that is most commonly practiced on the feet and the hands and can be an extremely relaxing and nurturing experience.

Reflexology stimulates the body’s own natural healing response and can help to encourage homeostasis or balance in the body. It is also a holistic therapy and acknowledges that each person is an individual.

Reflexology can help with

  • wellbeing
  • mood improvement
  • relaxation
  • sleep
  • tension release

Reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe and should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.

click here for more information on Pamela Couper, reflexologist at the next chapter
or contact her directly on hello@pamelacouperreflexology.co.uk

therapeutic writing group at the next chapter

Reading and writing for wellbeing (also called bibliotherapy) uses poems and short stories to introduce themes and prompt expressive writing, such as journaling. It’s creative and it’s therapeutic – but it’s not therapy.

The group enables individuals to tell their own stories in innovative and empowering ways, within a safe and supportive space.

image of typewriter

therapeutic writing group at the next chapter

Reading and writing for wellbeing (also called bibliotherapy) uses poems and short stories to introduce themes and prompt expressive writing, such as journaling.  It’s creative and it’s therapeutic – but it’s not therapy.  The group enables individuals to tell their own stories in innovative and empowering ways, within a safe and supportive space.

image of typewriter