Alternative Medicine in Lincoln

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Simplyoga07812 007 202
Liz Marshall offers private yoga tuition in and around Lincoln. A blend of many traditions, the classes are challenging yet fun, combining practising yoga asana (postures) pranayama (breathing techniques) and relaxation. Liz has been practising yoga for over ten years and started teaching in 2005 after completing the BWY Foundation Course and then qualified to teach at the Nosara Yoga Institute. She is qualified to teach pregnancy yoga, mother and baby yoga and kids's yoga. Liz runs workshops on
Lincoln, LN5 9SP
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Bodyworks - Aromatherapy Massage in Lincoln01522 589198
No side effects, no yucky taste and it feels bliss (as long as I don't get out the heavy equipment, i.e. My v. Pointy elbows) And a recent meta-analysis of massage research has shown that massage reduces blood pressure, heart rate, anxiety, depression, and pain. It affects the body's biochemistry, as it boosts levels of seratonin and dopamine and reduces cortisol which explain why it is so effective in reducing stress. 99% of what I do is some form of
5 Water Ln, Lincoln, LN1 1TY
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Lifestyles Healing And Martial Arts - Acupuncture Clinic in Lincoln01522 809371
We've been delivering holistic healthcare to people in Lincoln and the surrounding area for over a decade and are one of the biggest specialists in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in the East Midlands. Every month we hold a draw for a FREE Holistic Health Assessment or a FREE Chinese massage for individuals signing up for our newsletter (you can unsubscribe easily at any time by clicking on the 'unsubscribe' link)
41 Moor Lane, Lincoln, LN6 9AE
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Glenys Underwood01522 680 687
Reflexology is an ancient healing technique, practised as a pressure-point massage of the feet or hands. Contrary to popular belief, it does not tickle! It is now being used in hospitals, clinics and hospices as it sits very well alongside orthodox medicine. Reflexology is built on the principle that there are certain reflex points on the feet, which are linked to different organs of the body. When certain points are stimulated, they in turn stimulate specific body
23 Middlebrook Rd, Lincoln, LN6 7JU
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