Body, Health & Befriending

Caroline Fallon

Complementary therapist offering Reiki, Reflexology and Ear Candling

Reflexology can help relaxation and stress reduction, improve mood, aid sleep, relieve tension (e.g. shoulder, neck and back pain) and improve a sense of wellbeing. Treatments I do are suitable for clients of all ages, male and female.


  • Vertical Reflex Therapy (VRT), this allows for shorter reflexology treatments of half an hour
  • Reflexology Lymph Drainage (RLD)
  • Digestive problems
  • Pregnancy
  • I enjoy helping carers, clients with mobility issues and wheel chair users.

Day & Evening appointments:

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, & Sat


Reflexology £38 (60 mins)

Reiki £34 (60 mins)

Ear Candling £45 (Allow 85 mins)

Concessionary rates: Yes

Reflexology is covered by some insurance companies: e.g. BUPA, Medicare, Paycare, Sovereign, Health Shield, Simply Health.

For appointments, contact the clinic on 01270 748448 or email


  • Diploma in Reflexology Oct 1999 (ITEC)
  • Diploma in Anatomy & Physiology Theory 1999 (ITEC)
  • Practitioner Certificate in Reflexology (AoR)
  • Diploma in Nutrition (A544) 2004 (VTCT)
  • Traditional Ear Candling 2009
  • REIKI Second Degree of the Usui System of Natural Healing 2009
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Ongoing with the Association of Reflexologists (AoR).

Professional memberships:

Amanda Serif

Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner

Nutritional Therapy is the application of nutrition and lifestyle medicine sciences that allows a Practitioner to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances that may be contributing to an individual’s health concern. Nutritional Therapy is personalised nutrition that considers your unique biology and is tailored specifically to you, your health concern, your goals, your preferences and your lifestyle.

It is not only relevant for those living with a chronic health condition but Nutritional Therapy is also effective at supporting those who are experiencing the challenges of our hectic lives such as stress, anxiety, fatigue and lack of sleep – in this fast-paced world, it can be all too easy to forget that our health is precious and personalised nutrition can play a key role in supporting health and wellbeing. 

About my practice

I have a passionate belief that good food and nutrition does have the power to restore health and quality of life and it was this belief that led me to train as a Nutritional Therapist at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Central to my practice is this food-first ethos and I combine nutrition and lifestyle advice with a coaching style that is aimed at creating healthy, lifelong habits while supporting and motivating behaviour change. This approach allows my clients to navigate their symptoms comfortably, without feeling as though they are missing out while supporting them back to optimal health and wellbeing.

My own experience has led me to have a special clinical interest in supporting those women who, while facing challenges in their personal and professional lives, are also experiencing the symptoms of perimenopause, helping them to unpick their symptoms and cut through the menopause chatter that can often feel confusing and overwhelming.

Nutritionist in Sandbach

For appointments, contact the clinic on 01270 748448 or email

I am fully insured and a member of the professional body, the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT).  I am also a member of the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners, and I am registered with the Complementary and Natural Health Care Council (CNHC), the UK regulatory body for complementary health care practitioners.

What to expect

During our initial call, we will talk about your health challenges and explore which of my programmes will provide you with the level of support that you need to give you the best possible health outcome.

Our work together will take a deep dive into your health concerns and challenges and your current nutrition and lifestyle habits to establish root cause and how we can address this using evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle advice.  We will meet regularly over a 12-week period during which time you will be supported with all the resources that you need to keep you motivated and on track to achieving your health goals.

Alison Thomas

Support work and befriending service

Alison has worked as a support worker for over ten years and can help people who need support both inside and outside of the house. 

She can help in any way you need her to, such as; household chores, shopping trips, appointments, cooking and craft activities and even days out to museums or gardens etc. 

Alison has worked at St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice since 2017 running Watercolour sessions as a diversionary therapy for attendees. She is trained in Autism Awareness and holds a Food Safety certificate. 

Alison is also the housekeeper here at Brightstone Clinic and is responsible for maintaining a calming and welcoming space for all who come to the clinic for therapy. She also offers cover for holiday periods, which involves managing the referrals process in place of our clinic manager.

Alison has Public Liability Insurance and references are available upon request. She is based in Alsager and is willing to travel further afield.  

Support work and befriending in Cheshire

For appointments, contact the clinic on 01270 748448 or email


£15 per hour


  • Autism Awareness
  • Food Safety Certificate

Jacinta Sharp

Neurological Specialist Physiotherapist working with adults

A neurophysiotherapist will complete a specialist assessment and use a different range of treatment techniques to help address the problems created by neurological conditions. These are conditions which affect the central nervous system, that's the brain and spinal cord. Problems treated include muscle spasms, weakness, tightness and contracture. There can also be postural difficulties, inco-ordination, pain and altered sensation.

A typical initial assessment will include a discussion of your condition and medical history, the problems you are having and the goals you wish to achieve through therapy. This is followed by a physical examination and joint treatment planning.

Initial and follow-up appointments are charged at £60 per session.

For appointments, contact the clinic on 01270 748448 or email


  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
  • HCPC, CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy) and ACPIN (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology) registered

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