Luka Carlisle

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Having been involved in the field of holistic health and healing for over 25 years, Luka is a highly experienced therapist who works deeply, yet with a gentle sensitivity. She listens carefully to the body whilst working intuitively from the heart to deliver quality tailor made Integrated Bodywork Therapy. Specialising in gentle deep tissue work, women’s health, back neck and shoulder pain, stress, trauma, grief and anxiety and personal growth. She holds an impeccably safe, strongly empathic and deeply nourishing grounded space for every client. "I have a real love and deep passion for my work. Many of my clients report how supportive, enriching and transformative this work has been for them. I invite you to experience a session with
Practice name: 
Luke Carlisle
Address: 
Ola, 5A Fore Street
Totnes
Devon
TQ9 5DA
United Kingdom
Business telephone: 
07989 528683
Mobile telephone: 
07989 528683
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