Amanda Riley

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I practice various forms of massage, including Indian Head massage, Swedish Therapeutic massage, Deep Tissue, Hydrotherm massage, Pregnancy Hydrotherm Massage and Myofascial Release. I am also a qualified Reflexologist, Bowen and Reiki Therapist. I volunteered my services to cancer patients within the NHS and have been to Africa and Bosnia to help with people with a myriad of conditions. My experiences are wide and varied as are the lovely clients I get to meet. I have worked with marathon runners and heart patients, renal patients whilst having dialysis at hospital and patients receiving chemotherapy and Radiotherapy. During this Covid time I am now working from home in Haslemere Surrey.
Practice name: 
Surrey Centre for Natural Health
Address: 
Graysfield, Grayswood Road
Haslemere
Surrey
GU27 2DF
United Kingdom
Business telephone: 
07989 604750
Mobile telephone: 
07989604750

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