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About

My name is Gillian McBriar and I have been working as a holistic therapist for the past 21 years. My journey started with an interest in Reiki and crystals, which I trained in at an early age. I followed this up with reflexology, aromatherapy and massage at Bangor serc. By this stage, my passion had been discovered and I found myself training in more and more disciplines to expand my knowledge and allow me a bigger scope for being able to help people by tailoring their sessions with me to meet their specific needs. 

I work with individuals to help them understand their bodies, emotions and feelings so they can connect them and help themselves between sessions with simple techniques. Whether it’s a reflexology session or a massage, I will use techniques to calm the mind and rebalance the body, putting you at ease and helping you feel better about what’s happening.
 

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My Services

Massage

Back

Shoulder

Swedish

Reflexology

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Menopause Massage

Changes to your monthly cycle? Hot flushes? Pain in joints and or breasts? You are not alone! Let me give you a menopause massage, that could alleviate some of these issues for you.

Fibromyalgia Treatment

A full body and facial based massage to ease pain related to fibromyalgia and other chronic conditions.

Reiki

Reiki is an energy healing technique that promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety through gentle touch

Hopi Ear Candling

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Anxiety Treatment

As anxiety treats everyone differently we will come up with an individualised plan to reduce your stress. During an anxiety session with me I can take you through some calm and relaxing techniques that you can take away to use at home.

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To Access my services at Neurodiversity UK's Wellbeing Hub. You must have a referral on our system. To find out more go to contact us and submit a request for information
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