The Wellbeing Clinic

Rowena Dymond

From as far back as I can remember, I always wanted to help people.

The world of complementary therapies has been close to my heart ever since my first exposure when I was 20 from a hypnotherapy session. From that point I realised working holistically was something I wanted to be a part of, so I began to quench this thirst with courses in Colour, Crystal and Dream Therapy. Then a few years later I had a wonderful opportunity to train in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).

My journey to Reiki Mastery allowed me to harness my yearn to help others as it became apparent I had healing hands. Human touch is so important for comforting, bonding, communication, health and healing – and thus I subsequently dedicated my time to training for my Diploma Certificate in Holistic Massage and later qualify in Deep Tissue Massage.

Alongside of my involvement in complementary therapies, I’ve always loved to make and paint – from my early years as a child when my bedroom wall was my canvas (until my mother quickly found out!) to making mud pies outdoors. I studied art for many years and have been lucky enough to have exhibited my paintings in Wiltshire and Berkshire. As well as art, I have built up my own collection of handmade soaps and balms made from natural and lovely scented ingredients.

My aim has always been to work with people holistically so we can tailor a treatment specifically to suit your needs and goals – whether you need time out to relax and de-stress; reconnect your mind, body and soul; find grounding; improve your posture, circulation or lymphatic system; to help improve physical comfort from tense tired muscles that have been causing you pain, tension or discomfort – I welcome you to get in touch.

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