Mary Dalgleish

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Following a career in education, Mary Dalgleish qualified as an aromatherapist at the Tisserand Institute in London in 1999 and later worked there as an anatomy and physiology lecturer. Mary’s aromatherapy studies sparked an interest in natural health and since then, she has completed a variety of complementary therapy training courses including reflexology and various forms of face and body massage. Mary has recently retired from professional practice and now focuses on writing. She has co-authored two books to date - ‘Indian Head Massage – the Essential Guide’ & ‘Ear Candling – the Essential Guide’ and her latest book 'KNOW YOUR BODY The Essential Guide to Human Anatomy and Physiology' was a finalist at the Page Turner Awards 2020.
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Self Employed Therapist, Teacher & Author
Address: 
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 1BG
United Kingdom
Mobile telephone: 
07932735742

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