Mary Dalgleish

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Following a career in education, Mary Dalgleish qualified as an aromatherapist at the Tisserand Institute of Holistic Aromatherapy in 1999 and later worked there as a tutor of anatomy and physiology, as well as a student mentor. Her aromatherapy studies sparked her interest in the holistic approach to health and well-being and since then, she has completed a variety of further training including Reflexology (including RLD), Indian Head Massage, Natural Face Lift Massage, Ayurvedic Kansa Wand Facelift Massage, Ayurvedic Foot Massage, Ear Candling, ScarWork and numerous CPD courses. Mary maintains a busy private therapy practice in south west London and combines this with her writing and teaching work. Details on www.head2toemassage.couk
Practice name: 
Self Employed Therapist & Teacher
Address: 
London
SW18 5RF
United Kingdom
Mobile telephone: 
07932735742
Home telephone: 
0208 8749047

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