To nurture body, mind & soul
This modality uses many sacred instruments such as the gong, singing bowls, chimes, shamanic drum or vocal toning to help release energetic blockages or energy stagnantion in the body. It can help to re- harmonise anything that's out of harmony, inducing a state of ease and balance in the body. Simply put it invloves using sound vibrations to relax your mind, body and soul.Sound Healing
I will work specific points on the feet that correspond to organs & systems of the body to bring about harmony & balance in the body, which in turn brings about a sense of relaxation & well-being.Reflexology
Reiki is a Japanese hands-on healing technique based on the principle that the therapist can channel energy into the patient by means of touch, to activate the natural healing processes of the client's body and restore physical and emotional well-being.Reiki
I won a treatment & couldn't decided which one to go with so I picked two the Indian head massage with a taste of reki at the end which was an amazing experience & reflexology with a foot reading which blew me away with the accuracy .Both treatments were fantastic & I'm looking forward to my next treatment with Olga .she is just an amazing therapist & beautiful person she made me feel so comfotable & feeling of ease made my experience unforgettable .Earth Angel thanks Olga xxx
Michelle Walker, via
Cannot recommend Olga enough. When a person is loving what they are doing you truly get the best from them. Amazing experience, learned a lot about myself and cannot wait to return. Was that relaxed at one stage, I don't think I was able to speak. Anybody that knows me, would think that's impossible.
Joann O'Neill, via
What a great experience I had in the caring hands of Olga. She's very intuitive and respectful. I was completely de stressed and wanting another reflexology appointment in her diary ASAP. The treatment room is warm, quiet and relaxing. It's a great place to leave all your troubles at the door. I would highly recommend reflexology with Olga.
Elaine Whelan, via