Let yourself be treated to a massage or auricular acupuncture offered at Streatham Campus. 

 

Come enjoy a massage in the yurt on the south piazza at the back of the Forum with Becky Cunningham, one of Staff Life's regular complementary therapy providers.

I have been a Holistic Therapist since 2006 and working in collaboration with the University, delivering massage sessions, since 2009. I specialise in Swedish Massage, Neck, Back and Shoulder Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Pregnancy Massage. My sessions can be tailored to meet an individual’s requirements - whether you require an oasis of calm or a stress releasing therapy treatment at the end of a long day (or week!).

Treat yourself to 15 minutes of TLC between 11:30 and 2:30 - book a slot now!

 

Book here!

 

Come enjoy a massage in the yurt on the south piazza at the back of the Forum with Patricia Howe. Qualified Massage Therapist & Personal Trainer.

Experienced in Therapeutic massage (soft tissue & deep tissue)

                       Remedial massage (tracking the cause, and massaging specific problematic areas. Applying mobilisation & gentle traction techniques during massage treatment.

Taster sessions available for shoulders/neck/head, shoulder/arms/hands

Treat yourself to 15 minutes of TLC between 11:30 and 2:30 - book a slot now!

 

Book here!

 

SANCHI HOWE MFHT

Sanchi is a member of The Federation of Holistic Therapies, a renowned, professional  organisation, whose members are all FULLY QUALIFIED, INSURED AND EXPERIENCED therapists. 

Sanchi passed the VTCT Level 3 in Swedish Massage at Exeter College in  June 2009.

 Relax with a head, neck and shoulder massage.

 

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Enjoy the benefits of auricular acupuncture with Nikki Darling

We are looking to include this to our Staff Life offerings, so make sure you provide feedback!

Auricular acupuncture is a deeply restorative treatment helping with:


• Sleep issues
• Anxiety
• Stress
• Low-mood
• Cravings
• Detoxification


5 fine needles are placed into the ear stimulating the body’s response for self-healing.
A needle free option is available and treatment lasts between 20 and 45 minutes.
The NADA protocol was initially developed to aid relaxation in addiction recovery, and has been
used in disaster zones to support trauma recovery. Because of the calming effect on the nervous
system it has proven to be beneficial in promoting general wellbeing.
Nikki Darling is a qualified NADA practitioner and Yoga Teacher. You can find out more about her
work here.

Book here

 

Please note that the sessions will be an hour long each, with ten people per session.

 

 

Special session for manual staff! 

We wanted to make sure that people working in estates, grounds, porters, cleaning, catering, childcare teams etc. have a better chance of getting a treatment taster this year.  Non-desk based staff usually find that by the time they read their work emails that all massage slots have been snapped up!

No bookings. Sign up on the day from 4pm - first come first served for anyone in a University of Exeter uniform or, if you're a Technician or other non-uniformed manual worker, just write that on the sign up form. 

 

Treatments available from: Becky Cunningham (massage), Pat Howe (massage), Sonia Rashid (Yoga massage) and Freya Grainger (reflexology).

 

Live music, bar and BBQ running in the same area!