Heidi Hadley


“Treating the whole person”

Heidi Hadley originally trained in mainstream medicine as a Medical technical officer in Neurophysiology at the University Hospital (formerly The Queen Elizabeth) Birmingham, UK.  It was whilst working there that a number of her patients suffering with side effects to their anti-epileptic drugs informed her that they received regular complementary/natural therapy treatments to alleviate the side effects of their pharmaceutical drugs.


After thorough research Heidi decided to study and train in Natural Therapies. Heidi has also completed a Phytotherapy course with Bioforce UK, which studies the use of herbs with health.


Heidi has a holistic approach to her treatments.  Rather than deal with the symptoms of a problem, she aims to deal with the root cause.  Treating the whole person is Heidi’s objective.


Heidi started her career in natural therapies in 2001. Heidi has acquired many different techniques over the years to bring greater choice to her clients.  She ran clinics in England treating people with serious disabilities and many of these clients suffered with Multiple Sclerosis.


She is also an infant massage instructor and will see parents/carers in small groups or private sessions, teaching them techniques that can be used on a child from 6 weeks old to 5 years of age. She is fully insured and has had Police clearance to work with children, adults and vulnerable adults.

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