Complementary therapy in London
I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you. Joyce Meyer
Yasemin is an open, friendly and welcoming complementary/holistic therapist, Life Coach and Master Practitioner of NLP.
She resigned from a secure career with the Metropolitan Police Service in 2010 to fully dedicate herself to complementary therapies, healing, motivation and personal development.
As a practitioner, she has experience, is fully qualified, certified and insured. Yasemin is also a member of the Healing Trust and the CThA.
She is trained in multiple complementary therapy disciplines which you can find by clicking the menu icon of this page.
Yasemin gained her qualifications with ITEC, The College of Naturopathic & Complementary Medicine, The College of Chinese Medicine, The Contemporary International Academy of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Trewholistics, The National Federation of Spiritual Healers and The London School of Massage. She consistently pursuits continuous professional development to keep up to date and broaden her knowledge as well as skill set and techniques to support her clients sufficiently.
With dramatically increasing levels of stress and tension on a day to day basis, she believes that it is very important for us to take responsibility for our own wellbeing and health.
Her practice is based at Back2Balance Physio and Pilates clinic, 609 Forest Road Walthamstow E17 4PP which is easily accessible from Walthamstow Station, there are several buses which stop near the location, for example route 123 stops right outside the clinic.
If you are seeking to restore balance and relaxation into your life or if you are experiencing back or neck pain, headaches, musculoskeletal pain, stress, sleep disorders, tiredness, lack of confidence, depression or any other condition then please feel free to contact us, as we may very well be able to help and support you.
Please be aware that complementary therapies should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice. Complementary therapies work alongside allopathic medicine.