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Natural Therapy Centre in King’s Lynn celebrates its 20th anniversary

Lynn’s Natural Therapy Centre is marking its 20th anniversary with a series of free talks throughout June and an open day where people will have the chance to find out more about complementary therapies.

The centre, at The Granaries in Nelson Street, was founded by Sue Baxter, who specialises in psychotherapy, counselling and craniosacral therapy.

Sue said: “I set it up because I had experience of the value of complementary medicine and there was no centre where qualified and professional therapists worked and where people could feel safer than going into other people’s homes for treatment.”

When it was first up and running there were two or three therapists, but now there is a team of eight offering a wide range of treatments.

“We are not offering beauty therparies – we are about health and well-being. Our work provides help for all kinds of problems, from stress-related issues to physical problems, such as a sports injury,” said Sue.

“I love to see clients feeling better in themselves. People find that complementary therapy can be hugely beneficial, making them feel better and able to cope with what they are going through. I see people in many life-changing situations and it is rewarding to see them overcome their difficulties.”

The series of talks in June are designed to raise awareness of how people can improve their health and well-being in an accessible way.

The talks are: How to beat Anxiety – three things you need to know, Tuesday, June 10, 7-8pm with Greg Forde; Stress, Causes and Management

Wednesday, June 11, 6.30-7.30pm with Sue Baxter; Intro to Mindfulness Meditation – four-week course for beginners and the more experienced. Thursdays from June 12, 6.30-7.30pm, with Sue Baxter; Understanding Complementary Therapies, Thursday, June 12, 7.45-8.45pm with Chris Halls; Nature’s Medicine,

getting back to natural ways of living, Friday June 13, 7.30-8.30pm with Wendy Jilley; Juicing for Health, Wednesday, June 18, 6-8pm with Liz Houghton;

Craniosacral Therapy, Wednesday, June 25, 6.30-7.30pm with Sue Baxter; Mindfulness in Everyday Life, Friday, June 27, 7.30-8.30pm with Wendy Jilley.

The open day is on Saturday, June 21, from 10am-4pm, when there will talks and demonstrations given by therapists. Free refreshments will be provided.

The centre can be contacted on 01553 777133. For more information visit the website www.naturaltherapycentre.org.uk

 
 
 

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