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PaulaHi, I'm Paula Cuthbert. I am an established therapist providing Kinesiology, Reflexology, VHT (Vibromuscular Harmonization Technique ) from my clinic near Shepton Mallet, Somerset UK.

Treating: Headaches/Migraines, Digestive Problems, Sciatic Pain, Back Pain, Neck Pain, Eczema, Food Intolerances, Chronic Fatigue (ME), Fibromyalgia, Carpel tunnel syndrome, Hamstring Problems, Hayfever, Pelvic Imbalance, Leg Injuries, Painful Coccyx, Tennis / Golfers elbow, Stress / Tension, TMJ problems, to name but a few. Also, Equine Touch.

I've been qualified in Kinesiology since 2014, I trained with Dawn Bailey with the ASK association of Systematic Kinesiology, Reflexology for over 10yrs in the UK, I trained with the International Institute of Reflexology (IIR). I qualified in the VHT & The Equine Touch in Zimbabwe taught by Jock Ruddock in 2000.
I have been working with horses most of my life, I worked on a stud farm in Zimbabwe where I managed between 50 to 100 thoroughbred horses, it was in the UK that I was really able to show my skills and my understanding of these fine animals, that’s also where the VHT came in as well, because when you work with horses the rider generally could also do with a session as well. I came to England where I can show my true colours in what I love to do. I find doing my holistic therapies very therapeutic and I have worked on a lot of people and horses over the years with some amazing results.

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Kinesiology

As a Systematic Kinesiologist I am dedicated to helping people. I am able to help clients more effectively if each person commits to taking personal responsibility and improving their own health regime. I am here to offer a safe private and personal service, attuned to your individual needs. WHAT SYSTEMATIC KINESIOLOGY MAY HELP: Digestive issues, Migraines, Knee Problems, Food intolerances, Allergies, Back Problems, Ecxcema Just to name a few
An American chiropractor, the acknowledged founder of kinesiology in 1964, used the model of muscle testing to evaluate what he was doing chiropracically. The model of muscle testing he used was developed in the 1930s by the husband and wife team of Kendal and Kendal Systematic Kinesiology is a totally holistic therapy using the body’s bio feedback mechanism through muscle testing to gain information about the client. Suggestion and advice may include nutritional supplements, relaxation techniques, lifestyle changes and more.
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Reflexology

Is Reflexology Safe?:
Reflexology is a completely safe therapy which can be received by babies, children, adults and throughout pregnancy. Reflexolgists do not diagnose, prescribe medication or treat specific medical conditions. They treat the whole body but if you have a specific medical condition and you are having conventional medical treatment.
Benefits of Reflexology
1. Relief of stress and tension- the probable underlying cause of many health problems
2. Improved blood circulation to the body organs giving them nutrients and removing efficiently.
3. Promotes the efficient functioning of body organs
HISTORY of REFLEXOLOGY:
The principle on which modern reflexology is based is an ancient form of therapy. Evidence shows that it was practised in China as long ago as 4,000BC. The rediscovery of some form of foot treatment is accredited to Dr William Fitzgerald who called it zone therapy. The physiotherapist working with Dr Riley at St Petersburg was Eunice Ingham (1879-1974). Eunice Ingham extended the work of Dr Fitzgerald and painstakingly mapped out the feet with all the corresponding organs and glands of the body. The therapist uses a unique method of thumb and finger pressure on these areas to help the body achieve a balanced state of working.
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VHT

VHT is a safe non – diagnostic energy discipline consisting of a series of non–invasive procedures performed over connective tissue which assists and re-educates the body in finding balance and achieving the ideal state of homeostasis, wherein its innate wisdom is encouraged to work at its maximum in addressing positively any problem or disease that it may or may not have. VHT may be looked upon quite simply as a bodywork gift from the practitioner to the client- it is given to the body with love, integrity and intent.
Benefits of VHT include:
1. Relief of stress and tension- the probable underlying cause of many health problems
2. Improved blood circulation to the body organs giving them nutrients and removing toxins more efficiently
3. Promotes the efficient functioning of body organs
Vibromuscular Harmonization Technique was developed by Jock Ruddock (1942-2011), a former Scotland Yard Police Officer. Having spent 28 yrs of an eclectic life as an international professional wrestler, entertainment director hotel manager, song writer,record producer, he turned to the world of complementary health. As a professional wrestler and martial artist Jock studied the work of other wrestlers who had picked up methods of manipulating backs, necks and limbs as a result of injuries obtained in the ring or in the dojo. His work in bodywork was sparked in 1966 after noting a scoliosis in his youngest daughter. With his practical knowledge of how a body worked and the ‘gentle touch’ which all aikido practitioners and professional wrestlers are trained to use, he developed his own methods of addressing imbalance from a purely physical paradigm
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Equine Touch

The Equine Touch is a gentle non invasive, non diagnostic muscle relaxation technique that works at a holistic level, meaning that the horse is addressed as a whole, without particular attention to any specific problem. On a practical level, Equine Touch consists of a series of gentle vibrational moves over specific points in specific choreographed pattern, some of which may be interspersed with observation periods to allow the horse to recognise and process the effects of these subtle procedures. A specific point in the body is challenged and is then energized by the body from all directions as a result of the information supplied to the innate wisdom through the fascia. Therefore when an area of concern is addressed it will be aware of what its own job is, and what is required to heal or balance itself.
Benefits of the Equine Touch include:
1. Relieves sore backs, muscle tension, lameness and stiffness
2. Deep relaxation and promotes general well-being
3. Stimulation and detoxification after illness or strenuous exercise
4. Holistic rebalancing of the body following any form of adjustment
5. Promotes efficient functioning of body organs
Can maybe be a benefit to behavioural problems, if the root cause is pain.
HISTORY OF EQUINE TOUCH
The Equine Touch was introduced in 1997 by Jock Ruddock; he transformed the human bodywork to the horse. He was invited to demonstrate The Equine Touch to Vets and Trainers throughout Europe.
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Price List

Kinesiology
Adult consultations- Initial (approx 1hr 30mins) £50
Follow up (approx 50mins) £45
Child consultation 0-16yrs(approx 50mins) £40
Please note: all relevant nutritional supplements charged separately.
Reflexology & VHT
Consultation £40
Equine Touch
Equine Touch £40
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All Double Dots £35
All Single Dots £25
Sleep Mat £55
Pyramid £130
Book now by calling Paula - 07756 920698** terms apply **