We are committed to your wellbeing, so we’ve enlisted the support of a number of professionals to ensure that you have all the treatment options available to you.
At H&W Therapies we offer a range of different complimentary and alternative therapies, including Clinical Massage/Bodywork, Acupuncture, Osteopathy, Chiropractic and Pilates training. Check out the team below and get in touch so we can help you achieve better health and wellbeing.
Heulwen Williams - Owner
From years of personally suffering from neck, shoulder and back pain and after investigating and exploring many different methods of pain relief Heulwen discovered massage therapy. Not only had she found the most successful pain relief but she had unearthed a new career path as it had inspired her to retrain as a massage therapist to help others. Heulwen is driven by the desire to help you the client relieve your body of pain, but ultimately to understand your body. She can enable you to discover the causes of your pain and make the lifestyle changes needed to prevent recurrence.
Our wonderful practicioners
Emma graduated in 2012 from the University of Lincoln with a First Class Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Acupuncture. As part of her degree, Emma worked in the University’s alternative health clinic treating patients with conditions such as asthma, psoriasis, sciatica, acne and menopausal symptoms.
Since graduating, Emma has gained 4 years of experience, mostly focused on the treatment of back pain, IBS, anxiety and depression. She is particularly interested in mental and emotional health but welcomes the chance to help with any condition. Emma aims to provide a peaceful, relaxing experience whilst aiding recovery from illness and pain.
Christopher was schooled in Chester before leaving to explore the world outside. It was during this voyage of discovery that he had the great good fortune to happen upon osteopathy having become interested in other complementary therapies as a result of his own back problems.
Christopher started the practice after two years working in busy clinics in Kent and East Sussex. After graduating from the European School of Osteopathy in 2008 he stayed on as an assistant lecturer. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and undertakes regular post-graduate training to expand his skills.