Training through evening classes, Patricia qualified as a complementary therapist and has continued her professional development through highly regarded workshops and accredited courses, eventually qualifying in the 2-year Crystal Therapy Diploma course through ACHO ( She now teaches this in-depth course, ESCT being an ACHO registered School.
Since taking my first steps into the holistic world, I have now acquired a whole new set of skills, as well as opening my mind to a whole world of possibilities. I have opened up a variety of avenues that have led to teaching through Adult Learning Services; holding workshops in local establishments, such as ‘Avalon’ in Wellingborough and ‘Crossroads Oasis Centre’ in Holcot, as well as my own School.
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Now more openly recommended by the medical profession and ideal to work alongside prescribed medication, complementary therapies are the perfect aid for those seeking to re-balance and enhance wellbeing. Working from the inside out, techniques such as Reflexology and energy work can be used as diagnostic tools, and through therapies such as LaStone Massage and Reiki, with the powerful healing of touch ensuring relaxation and re-balance, this really allows the therapist to truly tune into how the body is coping and healing.

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I absolutely love passing on my knowledge and experience onto students and with courses, such as my two year diploma in Crystal Therapy and Reiki healing, I aim to provide in-depth courses with each course having its own level of study, with coursework, case studies, practical assessments, and some project work, all part of providing a thorough knowledge of the subject. This provides each student with an opportunity to become an independent and fully qualified therapist. With such detail, I only have small classes to allow one-on-one tuition time, whilst encouraging each student to become a confident and competent practitioner in their own way.” A series of post-graduate workshops and intense practitioner courses are planned for 2011.