Inner Harmony Therapies

  • 24 Park Hill Drive, Frome, Somerset BA11 2LE.
  • 07734627359

About Inner Harmony Therapies

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Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Holistic Massage in Frome.

Gwen Potts MFHT is a member of The Federation Of Holistic Therapists and has over fifteen years experience in the field of natural therapy gaining her ITEC Diploma in Holistic Therapies in 2003. Studying for two years at an advanced level, she also completed an additional diploma in nutrition as well as exploring various other techniques and practices over the years. Gwen became interested in natural therapies from a young age, her curiosity combined with life experience has enabled her to blend a unique tapestry of knowledge and understanding to become the therapist she is today. 

Gwen creates a gentle, nurturing environment and offers a space to truly relax and restore the mind, body and spirit.

 

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Inner Harmony Therapies

  • 24 Park Hill Drive, Frome, Somerset BA11 2LE.
  • 07734627359

About Inner Harmony Therapies

Services

Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Holistic Massage in Frome.

Gwen Potts MFHT is a member of The Federation Of Holistic Therapists and has over fifteen years experience in the field of natural therapy gaining her ITEC Diploma in Holistic Therapies in 2003. Studying for two years at an advanced level, she also completed an additional diploma in nutrition as well as exploring various other techniques and practices over the years. Gwen became interested in natural therapies from a young age, her curiosity combined with life experience has enabled her to blend a unique tapestry of knowledge and understanding to become the therapist she is today. 

Gwen creates a gentle, nurturing environment and offers a space to truly relax and restore the mind, body and spirit.

 

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