Treatment Tariffs
Hot Stones Massage
Cancellation Policy

"To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear"
~ Buddha

Welcome to in touch THERAPIES

Belinda Cameron graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2004 gaining her BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health and Care Professions Council.
Belinda is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapist having completed a diploma in Acupuncture.

As a current and practicing physiotherapist, Belinda specialises in many areas of physiotherapy including post-surgery, elderly and neurological conditions such as stroke, head injury, Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis.

Belinda’s vision with in touch THERAPIES is to provide a flexible service delivering a quality of care and treatments bespoke for the client’s needs in a friendly atmosphere. Her aim is to deliver a service that will enhance your abilities, improving the quality of life, no matter what the challenges.

Belinda has also graduated from the Highland School of Massage with a Diploma in Reflexology. Reflexology can encourage your body to optimum health by gentle stimulation of the reflex of the foot, encouraging elimination, improved circulation, correcting hormonal imbalance and cleanse the body of impurities.
Additional treatments that Belinda can offer in a very relaxed calming surrounding are massages and hot stone massage which is one of the most relaxing treatments to let your stress evaporate.

Contact Details
phone: 07825 176039

Treatment Tariffs

Initial Assessment and Treatment One hour £45.00
Follow up treatments   £45.00
Initial Assessment and Treatment for Home Visits   £50.00
Follow up Home Visits   £50.00
Initial session One hour £45.00
Follow up sessions   £45.00
Reflexology One hour £38.00
Back/neck/Shoulders 30mins £28.00
Cupping Massage 30mins £28.00
Reflexology and 30 minutes massage   £55.00
Hot Stone Massage    
Back/neck/Shoulders 30mins £28.00
Gift Vouchers available    
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What physiotherapists do
Physiotherapy is a science-based profession and takes a ‘whole person’ approach to health and wellbeing, which includes the patient’s general lifestyle.
At the core is the patient’s involvement in their own care, through education, awareness, empowerment and participation in their treatment.
You can benefit from physiotherapy at any time in your life. Physiotherapy helps with back pain or sudden injury and managing long-term medical condition.
Why physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a degree-based healthcare profession. Physios use their knowledge and skills to improve a range of conditions associated with different systems of the body, such as:
• Neurological (stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's)
• Neuromusculoskeletal (back pain, whiplash associated disorder, sports injuries, arthritis)
• Cardiovascular (chronic heart disease, rehabilitation after heart attack)
• Respiratory (asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis).
• Post surgical (total hip and knee replacements)
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What is acupuncture and how does it work?
Traditional Chinese medicine explains that health is the result of a harmonious balance of the complementary extremes of yin and yan of the life force known as Qi (pronounced chi). Qi is said to flow through meridians (pathways) in the human body. Through 350 acupuncture points in the body, these meridians and energy flows may be accessed. Illness is said to be the consequence of an imbalance of the forces. If needles are inserted into these points with appropriate combinations it is said that the energy flow can be brought back into proper balance.

In Western societies and several other parts of the world, acupuncture is explained including concepts of neuroscience. Acupuncture points are seen by Western practitioners as places where nerves, muscles and connective tissue can be stimulated. Acupuncture practitioners say that the stimulation increases blood flow while at the same time triggering the activity of our own body's natural painkillers.
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What is Massage?
Massage is a very enjoyable and relaxing hands-on treatment, which not only helps the body to heal itself, but also lifts the spirit. in touch THERAPIES use massage for systematic and manual manipulation of the body's soft tissue for therapeutic purposes promoting health and well-being.
What are the Benefits of Massage?
Massage is well indicated for stress related conditions as it promotes deep relaxation and helps fatigue. The stiffness and discomfort of postural tension is eased by stretching and warming the muscles as well as deeper work to remove fibrous knots and congestion. Increased circulation of oxygenated blood to the muscles promotes healing and the drainage of toxins helps strengthen the immune system. The deeper tissue work is particularly good for those who regularly participate in sporting activities.
The benefits of massage vary depending on the particular circumstances of the person being treated. The most common benefits are:
• Muscle healing
The movement of the massage promote blood flow into the muscle tissue which introduces increased levels of oxygen and removes toxins, thus aiding the healing process.
• Stress relief
Tired or overworked muscles in the neck and shoulders can lead to fibrosis in the muscles as the fibres become knotted - this can lead to headaches, back pain, tingling joints and a feeling of general lethargy. A massage is the most effective and enjoyable way to relieve these symptoms.
Why Choose Massage?
in touch THERAPIES can tailor your massage so that it can be soothing and comforting, energising and uplifting, deep or superficial. At in touch THERAPIES massage is not only used for specific therapeutic conditions, but can also be used total relaxation. Due to the busy and stressful lives many people lead more people are actively seeking relaxation treatments as part of their professional lives and lifestyle. Many conditions, both physical and psychological, may benefit from treatment.
Massage is very powerful, and particularly beneficial when combined with a course of physiotherapy.
in touch THERAPIES often uses massage to complement a physiotherapy course.
in touch THERAPIES find clients’ reasons for choosing massage are:
• “I need to relax”
• “I'm tense around the neck and shoulders”
• “I have sore, aching muscles”
• “I'm anxious and stressed”
• “I feel like I have run a marathon and am in agony”
• “I've got muscle spasm in my hamstrings”
• “I get headaches, and am taking too many painkillers”
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Hot Stones Massage
Hot Stones Massage involves the use of heated black volcanic rocks of varying sizes to apply pressure to the body. It is quite an experience; the stones retain their heat throughout and can be used to give you both light and deep tissue massage, whilst the heat directly relaxes the muscles. This creates a double effect which is both soothing and therapeutic.
The heated stones expand the blood vessels, which helps your body eliminate unwanted waste materials, whilst giving you a sedative effect.
When you experience a hot stones massage, you may notice improvement with the following symptoms:
• Muscular aches and pains
• Poor circulation
• Rheumatic and arthritic conditions
• Fibromyalgia
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Back pain
• Stress, anxiety and tension
• Insomnia
• Depression
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Whilst reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India & China, it was not until 1913 that it was introduced to the West by Dr William Fitzgerald. He noticed that there was a connection between reflex areas on the hands and feet & other organs and systems of the body. In the 1930’s Eunice Ingham further developed this theory into what we now know as reflexology by observing that congestion or tension in any part of the foot is mirrored in the corresponding part of the body. The entire body is mapped out on the feet (or hands) and is worked through systematically by the reflexologist during a treatment. Reflexology is a complementary therapy which works on the feet to help heal the whole person (mind, body & spirit) including emotional well-being and not just the prevailing symptoms.
How can reflexology help me?
Reflexology can be used to help restore and maintain the body’s natural healthy balance, resulting in good health & well-being. It may help to release congestion & stress/tension from the various systems of the body thereby helping to alleviate dis-ease in the body, mind & spirit.
Who can benefit from reflexology?
Reflexology is suitable for all ages and for every stage of your life from trying to conceive, giving birth, babies & children, adults with health problems, elderly & those in palliative care. This gentle, natural therapy is a relaxing & enjoyable experience and many people use reflexology as a way of reducing stress & relaxing the mind & body as well as helping many common ailments they suffer from.
What happens at a treatment session?
At in touch THERAPIES when you arrive for your first reflexology session you will be asked to complete a short medical questionnaire. This helps to give the practitioner an understanding of your health issues and any specific needs. You will be asked to remove your footwear and lie on a couch. Gentle pressure will be applied to the various reflex points of both feet (or hands if appropriate). The session normally lasts an hour (90 mins for the initial consultation). Sometimes after receiving reflexology you may experience a slight healing reaction such as sinuses clearing, a runny nose, runny eyes or a more frequent need to pass water. This is a result of the body eliminating toxins & any reaction felt should not last long. It is advisable to drink water after a treatment to help flush out any toxins. After treatment you normally feel very relaxed, possibly sleepy & sometimes energized.
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Cancellation Policy
Clients are requested to give 24 hrs notice for appointment cancellation. Failure to cancel within this time frame and if the appointment slot can not be filled may result in full charge or no further appointments given.
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“Take care of your body it is the only place you have to live” ~ Jim Rohn