Clinic, Enquiries, Booking & PricesEnergy Healing therapy uses a combination of hands-on energy healing (channelling divine light and consciousness through the system of Vortex Healing ®) and guided inner inquiry to support you in your healing journey towards health, happiness and well-being.
Clinic DetailsMy healing clinic is based in Ingatestone, a pretty village located in South-West Essex.
Ingatestone is conveniently located between the towns of Brentwood and Chelmsford, and is only a 30 minute train journey from London, Liverpool Street Station. The clinic is a ten/fifteen minute walk or a five minute taxi ride from the railway station. (Ingatestone Station Taxis, a 24 hour service can be contacted directly on 01277 354335.)
For further details please click here to email me or call on 07931319141.
*Photos courtesy of Geograph
Distant HealingsI also offer distant healings for anyone who is unable to attend a session in person. Please contact for further details as the flexibility of these sessions means that they can be tailored to suit a variety of needs.
Distant healings work because an energy healer can sense and tune into the energy field of the person receiving the healing and provide healing equally effectively if the person is in the same room or across the world.
(Click here to read what people have to say about distant energy healing sessions.)
Enquiries and BookingsIf you have any questions, would like to book a session or for a free informal chat about therapeutic energy healing and how it can help your specific needs, please click here to email me or call on 07931319141.
1 hour £60
1½ hours £90 distant healings only)
2 hours £120
(Please note additional foreign transaction costs may apply)
Payment accepted via cash, cheque, or bank transfer.
Please give a minimum of 24 hours notice for a cancellation or to re-arrange your appointment. This will be of benefit to others as your appointment can be offered to someone else.
If less than 24 hours notice of cancellation is given the full fee will be charged.
Ingatestone photographs courtesy of Geograph.org.uk contributors
Andrew Hill, Oxyman, John Linkfield, Robin Lucas, Robert Edwards and Glyn Baker.