Introduction

Hello and welcome my name is Laura Jayne, I am a fully qualified Complimentary Therapist and I have been practising for five years now.

I am based in Leven near Beverley (East Riding of Yorkshire) and I offer Reiki, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Massage and Hopi Ear Candling treatments from my tailor made treatment room in my home.

My treatments are always carried out in a professional manner with a holistic approach to each individual, aiming to treat body, mind, spirit & emotions.

Every treatment will involve healing Reiki energies flowing through your body bringing a sense of calm and relaxation.

I also keep up to date with my first aid certificates and am fully insured for all my therapies with Balens (specialist insurance brokers) through Zurich.

“Holistic or “wholistic” healing addresses all parts of the individual, not just the physical aspect of a person where manifested illnesses are most apparent. Holistic healing is not intended to serve as a band-aid or a one time fix. It is an ongoing journey of discovery in search of more answers and ultimately; living better, being healthier, and striving for wholeness.”

Wolf Moon
Full Moon names date back to Native Americans. The tribes kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to each recurring full Moon. Their names were applied to the entire month in which each ocurred. The Wolf Moon can occur in January or February but was still considered the first full moon of the year.
Known as the Full Wolf Moon by Native Americans (likely) because of the sound of hungry wolves howling in the distance, this full moon was a bit extra special. This is also a perigee moon. Perigee is the point in the Moon’s elliptical orbit around Earth where it is at its closest. This combined with the fact that Earth is at Perihelion (closest point in the Earth’s orbit around the Sun), made for a much bigger and brighter full moon than normal.
“The first full moon is a time of silence and thoughtfulness. Now is the time to go within and plan the changes you will make in the spring.”