My name is Jan Griffin and I am a fully qualified complementary therapist specialising in a holistic approach to care and recovery.
You can experience any of the therapies I offer within my therapy room in Pensby or, when necessary, I provide home visits so you can relax and benefit from your chosen therapy, within the comfort of your own home within the Wirral.
I want to ensure a positive experience for you and I always work to complement any existing guidance from your GP, medical team, Mental Health team or Councellor so please continue with any prescribed treatments and allow Alternative and Energy practices such as Reiki, Reflexology or Aromatherapy to support your recovery.
Complementary therapies should never be used in place of orthodox medical care or medication. Always consult your doctor for medical care and diagnosis. Always advise your doctor or other healthcare professionals (Doctor, Midwife, Counsellor or other consultant) if you are receiving complementary therapy.
Holistic Therapies you can choose from at our Wirral venue
Aromatherapy is the use of plant essential oils for therapeutic purposes.
Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage has been used around Asia for more...
Massage therapy involves the rubbing and kneading of soft tissues....
Reflexology is a very simple therapy which can have amazing results....
Energy Therapies you can choose from at our Wirral venue
The biofield tuning technique uses tuning forks in the bio-magnetic field, or biofield, an acoustic field of inaudible sound that surrounds the human body about five or six feet away from the body.
Crystals have been used for healing since ancient times by many different cultures and in the last twenty odd years, there has been a great revival of this art. Crystals are highly powerful...
“Reiki” (ray-key) is Japanese for ‘universal life energy’, a term used to describe a natural system to help bring about an improved sense of wellbeing and a positive feeling of spiritual renewal.
Most activity is a choice
We are the ones who make our lives more complicated than they need to be. There are, of course, some things we need to do but a lot of our activity is a choice. It’s fine to take things on, to feel stretched, it’s also fine to turn things down and to say no when that best serves us.