Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Aromatherapists – Makeda Hemans and Olivia Inge

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Aromatherapists – Makeda Hemans and Olivia Inge

 

In aromatherapy essential oils are used in conjunction with a unique and special massage to rebalance the nervous sytem and the metabolism of the body. The oils are chosen individually to suit the client both mentally and physically. Some of the benefits reported include restored energy levels, reduced pain and anxiety, improved circulation, better sleep etc.

Makeda Hemans
‘My love and appreciation for the natural environment was nurtured from childhood. I remember being fascinated that my parents knew how to identify various herbs in our garden and could tell me of their uses. As a result I have used healing plants all my life.
In aromatherapy I use the essences of plants during massage for their effects upon the nervous system, for skin care and for general well-being.’

Olivia Inge
‘During my modelling career I used to book an acupuncture or massage session after every long-haul flight to ease the effects of changing time zones on my body. My passion for traditional forms of medicine led me to train as a massage therapist and acupuncturist. After qualifying in massage, I worked as apprentice to renowned aromatherapist Michelle Roques O’Neil. She took me under her wing and shared her unique method, which I now use to help clients deal with the stresses of everyday city life.’

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic
020 8741 9264
30 Brackenbury Road, W6 0BA
info@brackenburyclinic.com
http://brackenburyclinic.com

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