Mo is the owner of Essence of calm and married with three children. Always having a passion for wanting to help others and show care and attention in her work. Mo has discovered working as a holistic therapist has proven too be her dream. She has worked as a therapist for several years and after losing her dad to cancer, decided to adapt her therapies. Mo has worked as a support worker with clients receiving ‘palliative care’ or ‘end of life’ care, so fully appreciates therapies need to be light, provide comfort and dignity. After training in massage, reiki, Indian head massage, stone therapy and holistic facial. Mo has also added oncology massage to her treatment menu. Enabling anyone living with cancer or a chronic illness, the opportunity to enjoy a little relaxation. It is extremely important to Mo that every client is treated as an individual. Therapies are tailored to suit your own unique needs, so that everyone regardless of their situation can rest, relax and feel completely at ease to sit or lay back and just breathe. Allowing you to reduce any stress, tension or anxiety and for a few moments, do something normal!
Victoria has been enjoying carrying out Holistic Therapies for almost 20 years and loves it now as much as ever. She truly believes in the power of them. Working on sore muscles, easing a stressed mind, being an ear for people or simply letting somebody have a little time of peace and tranquillity. It is a privilege to help and it brings her peace in return. What better job could there be!
Lindsey is based in Darlington and qualified in complementary therapies, holistic massage and aromatherapy at the Butterwick Hospice in Stockton. She also has qualifications in Indian Head Massage, Crystal Reflexology and Reiki and loves being able to tailor treatments to an individual's personal needs, often combining different therapies, to help achieve a sense of wellbeing and relaxation. Lindsey has worked in hospices and hospitals, supporting people with serious and chronic illnesses (in particular, cancer), and their relatives and carers. She is excited to see how complementary therapies are being adopted in hospitals to work alongside mainstream cancer treatment. Lindsey loves walking with her Bedlington Terrier, Bella at the seaside and plans one-day to get back to pottering around the Dales on her Royal Enfield motorbike.