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WELCOME

Hello, and welcome to Be Harmony’s website.  We hope that you find it both informative and enjoyable to travel through.  Should you wish to contact us then there are a number of ways to do so:- by calling 07887 657496, emailing us at enquiries@be-harmony.co.uk or by filling in the contact form on the right hand side.

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ABOUT SUE

Sue Heavey, Holistic Therapist

Sue Kirton, Holistic Therapist

 

Sue is an experienced therapist who originally qualified in Swedish Body Massage in 2004.  Since then she has added to her knowledge and qualifications holding acreditations in a number of different modalities:-  Reflexology, Reiki, Indian Head Massage, Oriental Face Massage and Rhythm Mobility.  

Sue also runs weekly guided meditation classes on a Monday evening and also a group walking meditation session once a month in The Wyre Forest.

Sue is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (www.fht.org.uk) and is governed by their code of conduct and continuing professional development – finishing a 3 year degree with the Academy of Effective Reflexology in 2013.

Sue is passionate about her work and about helping people to maintain good health.  As well as treating private clients from The Gainsborough House Hotel, Kidderminster, Sue also works with a number of care homes in the community helping adults with learning difficulties and elder clients in nursing homes.  She is also part of the organising team for Kidderminster Holistic Therapists, (www.khtholistichealth.co.uk) organising health shows and exhibiting at other events showcasing the benefits of holistic treatments to members of the public.

 

Massage Kidderminster

Massage at the Gainsborough House Hotel

 

CHARITY WORK

Sue is an active member of Healing Hands Network (www.healinghandsnetwork.org.uk) and has travelled with them to Sarajevo to treat some of the victims from the bloodiest conflict since World War II,  aiming to bring some degree of relief to the physical, mental and emotional damage they suffered.
Closer to home she is also involved in their Forces Project, treating ex-service personnel and their families on a regular basis, again trying to help them overcome the physical and mental difficulties faced following their time in service.

For the past few years Sue has also been involved in the “Chill Out Zone” at the Holistic Health Trade Show at the NEC Birmingham.  Therapists volunteer their time to provide sample treatments to raise money for local charities.  

You may also find her volunteering at other charity events, helping to raise money for worthwhile causes through her treatments.

 

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