Alison Watkiss
The Amethyst Centre
First Floor
88 Walsgrave Road
Coventry
CV2 4ED
The Chapelfields Clinic
Ladies only clinic
Coventry
CV5
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About Me

 

I have been a qualified holistic massage therapist since 1995 and work in the Coventry & Warwickshire area.  I have qualifications in aromatherapy massage, reflexology, Thai massage, Indonesian massage, Indian head massage, hot stone massage and Chinese face massage. I have also completed post graduate study in maternity reflexology, pregnancy & postnatal massage and fertility reflexology.

I am a member of the CThA (Complementary Therapists  Association), the BRA (British Reflexology Association) and the ARR (Association Reproductive Reflexologists). I am also a member of the Pregnancy and Birth Network - a group of professionals with a special interest in women's health and wellbeing.
 

I am currently based at The Amethyst Centre on the Walsgrave Road, Coventry and at my clinic in Chapelfields, Coventry.
 

I am a consultant with Neal's Yard Remedies and use their beautiful products in my facial treatments.
 

You can order these lovely products direct from my Neal's Yard website https://uk.nyrorganic.com/shop/alisonwatkiss or I can order them for you. Their range includes aromatherapy, facial products, a gorgeous Mother & Baby range & gift sets.

Latest Blog Posts

Covid Secure Procedures

12 Apr 2021 14:00:00Full article...

Before your visit you will be asked to complete the Covid screening questions. On arrival I ...

Fertility Reflexology

13 Jul 2020 14:00:00Full article...

I have been a reflexologist since 1998 and have a special interest in fertility issues and ...

Gift Vouchers - always a welcome treat!

1 Mar 2019 09:00:00Full article...

We all need a bit of pampering, so why not treat someone you love to a massage gift ...

Using aromatherapy in pregnancy & labour

17 Mar 2018 13:00:00Full article...

Aromatherapy essential oils have many therapeutic properties with can help in pregnancy. ...

Benefits of Massage in Pregnancy

16 Jan 2018 13:00:00Full article...

Why is massage important during pregnancy? Your pregnant body is having to work much harder than ...

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