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In today's increasingly busy lifestyles and workplaces, it's proving increasingly more challenging to find space for yourself. The Therapy Academy provides free online resources to help educate you further about a range of professional complementary therapy techniques, including Massage Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Reiki.

Starting off with how to find a great Hypnotherapist, how to find a great Massage Therapist, and how to find a great Reiki Teacher, the Therapy Academy will continue to slowly grow with more information we consider may be of use to you.

If you'd like to get in contact, please go through our main sponsors of The Therapy Agency

If you're looking for more information about a range of Complementary Therapy techniques, including details about Complementary Therapies, various types of Massage Therapies and Massage Therapists, including:

  • Indian Head Massage - This effective massage technique, providing a clothed massage of the head, neck & shoulders.
  • Swedish Massage - A full body massage technique, originating from Sweden (hence the name), typically working with massage oils, working across the legs, arms, head, neck, shoulders, stomach, and of course the back. Typically this is a very relaxing treatment, also assisting with Lymphatic drainage (to help the removal of toxins from your body).
  • Full Body Massage - Another name for the Swedish Massage as described above.
  • Head Massage - With so much going on in the head, you can probably know how great it feels to have your scalp massaged when getting a shampoo at your favourite hair salon. Having a massage specifically of the head, as you can appreciate, can therefore feel really great! This is normally as part of an Indian Head Massage
  • Therapy Credits - Using The Therapy Agency secure online booking system, staff can now make a full or part payment towards the price of their onsite massage. This is achieved through the purchase of Therapy Credits which can be redeemed online against each massage session. Therapy Credits for each staff account can also be added to by their branch manager, to help subsidise each massage session.
  • Therapy Agency - The Therapy Agency is the leading supplier of professional complementary therapists around the UK. With some of the highest standards of selection in the industry, qualifications, professionalism, experience and knowledge are all checked against tough standards. The Therapy Agency also embraces new technologies such as the internet, to effectively provide online booking facilities for each of our therapists, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Massage Agency - The Massage Agency is the name given to the provision of massage by The Therapy Agency, and provides a page of links to various affiliates and useful contacts within this sector of the complementary therapies.
  • Natural Health Agency - Natural Health is another name for taking a holistic and natural approach to the health and well being of clients. The Therapy Agency does this through a range of healthy living methods, as described on those pages.
  • National Health Agency - The Therapy Agency does focus on health, and the improvement of health, at a national level through England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
  • Dial A Massage - Dial a Massage is the simple way to book a massage therapist a call in your area. Just call them on the number shown and they can take down all the booking details for you.
  • Onsite Therapies - It's not just on-site massage that can be provided in the workplace. A range of other therapies can be useful to, such as Reflexology, Stress Management training, Minutes a Day workshops, hand massage, can all be great too.
  • Staff Incentives - There are a range of staff incentives available today. Some are great, others are a waste of time and money. The Therapy Agency was set up to provide effective massage solutions which have huge benefits to the chosen company. Some staff put these massage therapies in such high regard, that some companies are now using massage as a focus for staff to reach certain achievable targets in their working day!
  • Therapists - Effective and professional therapists are hard to come by, especially in the current saturation of the market with countless amateur one-day courses that are becoming increasingly popular. The Therapy Agency was established to work through the mass of therapists in the market place, and select only those who have the professionalism, knowledge, skills and personality to properly represent a company that's leading the marketplace.
  • Jobs for Therapists - The Therapy Agency, as an agency, can provide jobs for therapists, by opening up new opportunities throughout the UK, into workplaces, to trade-fairs, at events and road shows, in Therapy Rooms & Clinics, or in people's homes.
  • Therapy Vouchers - With pampering proving increasingly popular, virtually every major 'gift experience' company will use images of massage therapies as one of their key selling images as banners for their in-store displays. Therapy Vouchers were developed to provide effective one-hour long professional therapeutic treatments, to individuals, in more than twice as many locations as any other 'gift experience' company. You can see more about the voucher comparisons here
  • Gift Vouchers - As described above, The Therapy Agency has a range of gift vouchers which can be redeemed against the price of any of their one hour treatments for individuals, throughout the UK.
  • Therapy Rooms - Some therapists will work from Therapy Rooms at their own homes. Sometimes this is a room within their home, and sometimes this is an outhouse, home extension, summerhouse, or similar, that's been set-up specifically to provide the treatments in.
  • Therapy Clinics - Some therapists hire a room in a complementary therapy clinic, doctors surgery, or similar. Therapy Clinics are often shared locations, with a receptionist to manage any bookings (or these can be made directly with the therapist). These locations are often slightly more centrally accessible than a Therapy Room at their home.
  • Health Clinics - Health Clinics are typically locations where a variety of therapists will be working under 'one roof', providing a variety of professional therapy treatments that tend to complement each other, with lots of cross-referrals between therapists.
  • Training Academy - A training academy can provide a range of training options, as part of the 'minutes a day' range of techniques.
  • Therapy Academy - The Therapy Academy currently provides some freely available information on what you can do, to help select a professional therapist in your area.
  • Health Clinic - A Health clinic is a location people often may with to travel to, as a way to help to improve their health and well being. This can often be structured approaches to improved health. Many of The Therapy Agency's professionals will be able to assist you with improving your health, through a variety of after-care recommendations, such as postural changes, dietary improvements, and increased water intake, for example.
  • Health Spa - A Health Spa is often thought of as the place like to go to be pampered by a professional therapist. The Therapy Agency has now developed a national provision so that these therapies you'd previously have needed to travel to receive, can now be brought to your own home!

The Therapy Academy is part of The Therapy Agency, who is pleased to provide massage, swedish massage, and complementary therapies throughout England, Wales and Scotland.

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You can also look to bring the effective business training methods of 'Minutes a Day' into your workplace. A range of professional and accesible techniques to promote well-being, improve self-awareness, and develop understanding.

Just view the website 'minutes a day' for more information.

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