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“When I was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome I was recommended to try reflexology with Kate and after just a few weeks of treatments, my energy started coming back.
After the full course I
was 100% better.”
Joe, London, April 2005
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About Kate Hamilton
I became interested in complementary therapy 14 years ago after suffering from stress-related symptoms including anxiety, chronic shoulder tension and insomnia. I was recommended to try reflexology for relaxation and after a course of six treatments I was amazed to find my sleep had improved, my muscle tension had gone and I felt much calmer, more focused and able to concentrate better. I was so impressed that I decided to train as a reflexologist to help people in a similar situation. I qualified at the London School of Reflexology in 2003 and worked as a reflexologist part-time alongside my career in newspaper production for the next seven years. During that time I became interested in other holistic therapies and trained in maternity reflexology, Indian head massage, ear candling and Ayurvedic foot massage. In December 2010 I moved to Devon to practise complementary therapies full-time and enrolled on a three-year shiatsu course. In July 2014 I qualified as a shiatsu practitioner at the Devon School of Shiatsu. In 2016 I qualified in Precision Reflexology, a subtle yet profound technique that has been an important addition to my reflexology routine.
Relax & Revive… with all the therapies that I offer I have the same aim: for my clients to leave me feeling completely relaxed and revived. When the body is free from stress and tension the vital organs and systems are able to function more effectively, leading to a natural state of equilibrium. This encourages the body to heal itself and maintain a continued state of wellbeing.
I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists which requires members to be fully insured and abide by their strict code of conduct. This includes undertaking continued professional development (CPD) with research and courses to improve knowledge and skills.