Wolverhampton Complementary Health Practitioner & Tutor

Instructor, Hypnotherapist, Life Coach and Therapist

Hello, I'm Lynne Hancher a qualified Hypnotherapist, Life Coach and Complementary Therapist providing treatment and educational courses in Wolverhampton & Staffordshire.

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Working mainly in Wolverhampton at Nuffield Health & Fitness (formerly Virgin Active and Esporta), I offer treatment in Aromatherapy, Daoyin Tao, EFT, Hopi Ear Candles, Hypnotherapy (including Sports Enhancement), HypnoBirthing, Indian Head Massage, Life Coaching, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Phytobiophysics®, Reflexology, Reiki, Spinal Touch, Stress Management and more. I am fully qualified and insured with years of experience, offering both domestic and Corporate Programmes.

Complementary Health Qualification & Other Courses

The Lynne Hancher Academy, which I founded, runs a number of Complementary Health Courses in Wolverhampton and Staffordshire, such as Diploma in Clinical Aromatherapy, Diploma in Reflexology / Association of Reflexologists, Post Graduate Courses for Massage Therapists and Aromatherapists, Hopi Ear Candle Therapy, Reiki – Level 1 & 2.

Information

I've designed this site to be a free source of information about the many Complementary Therapies that I practice. I've tried to give a reasonable amount of information about each therapy, asking questions like what is hypnotherapy, how does reflexology work, are there side effects to hopi ear candles, etc, and providing brief but clear answers.

There's also a Product page which sells health and complementary therapy related items. Finally there's a Newsletter page and a De-Stress room.

If you're in the Wolverhampton / Staffordshire area and would like any help or advice about Hypnotherapy, Aromatherapy, Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Reiki, Spinal Touch and Stress Management, HypnoBirthing, etc, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) Code Legalities

Unfortunately, as from 1st March 2011, all marketing communications (including websites, leaflets etc) are regulated by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA). This means that it is no longer possible to say what we can help with, only that we might help with and we cannot refer to anything that is a medical condition. For example, diabetes is classed as a medical condition but must be referred to as “blood sugar disorder”.

Similarly, although I have been working with complementary therapies since 1993, I can no longer say I have “experience” in certain fields as now I have to find 20 or more clients with a disorder and then fully document this as a signed testimonial, which will take far longer than doing the treatments themselves. So personally I will just rely on my current status whereby most of my new business is by way of referral.

I would advise you, therefore, to contact me with any questions you might have or advice on which therapies may be useful to you.

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