Beata is a fully qualified aromatherapist with years of experience at London's top venues including spas and five-star hotels.
She is trained in various other massage disciplines, however her speciality is Fertility Massage Therapy and Abdominal Massage. She treats women who experience issues of reproductive or digestive systems including hormonal imbalances, painful or irregular cycles, PMS, migraines, menopausal symptoms, bloating, stomach cramps, IBS and many more.
These are very gentle yet deep techniques that also help relieve stagnant energy at the core of the body. Therefore, they are also suitable for clients who carry emotional issues such as stress, past miscarriages, maternal problems and childhood or sexual trauma.
Beata also qualified for Pregnancy and Post Natal Massage. The postnatal massage helps to move fluids and hormones, to tone muscles and tissues which begins to put bladder and uterus back into its place.
With some of the treatments, Beata uses traditional rebozo wrapping and her massage technique is firm but nurturing which helps to speed up healing, calms the nervous system, improves circulation and releases emotional stagnation.
Beata is currently studying Herbal Medicine degree at Lincoln College.
My Professional Memberships
Diploma in Professional Aromatherapy
Pregnancy Aromatherapeutic Massage
The S.E.E.D. Institute
Professional Diploma in Thai Massage
Diploma in Advanced and Deep Tissue Massage
Diploma in Hot and Cold Stone Massage
Reiki Practitioner Diploma
Michael Kaufmann, Reiki Master & Teacher
Diploma in Indian Head Massage
On-Site Chair Massage
London School of Massage
Ayurvedic Facial Massage and Facials
The Ayurveda Institute of Europe
Fertility Massage Therapy
Traditional Thai Abdominal Massage
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