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About pulfer holistics

If you have been searching for holistic or complementary therapies that you can feel working, this is the place for you. I have over 8 years experience and dedicate a lot of time to gaining the best experience and training available. This enables me to offer effective complementary therapies to you. The following pages will give an overview of the therapies available. They will explain what each of the therapies are and what to expect when you book an appointment with me. However, please contact me if you require any further information.

Benefits of Holistic Therapies

I work with a huge variety people and everyone has their own reason for choosing a particular therapy. Common issues include: muscular pain / tension, headaches, balance issues, shoulder pain, lower back pain, specific and sports injuries. Other reasons for choosing holistic and complementary therapies include: a holistic approach to managing anxiety and depression, aiding good mobility in advancing years, supporting an intense exercise regime, and maintaining general wellbeing.

Therapies Available

I have leaned from some of the best teachers in the UK enabling me to bring wonderful and effective therapies to Leeds. These include; Deep Tissue Massage and Tuina Massage which work very well at alleviating specific problems. Pregnancy Massage  is very adaptable, it can be used to help with specific issues or, as a general relaxation experience. Additionally, the soothing and balancing therapies of Reflexology and Reiki have their own unique benefits. Hot stone massage is a deeply soothing experience using the heat of warmed basalt stones to ease muscle tension and relax the senses. Finally, Aromatherapy is woven into most of the therapies I practice as well as being a stand alone treatment. 

The therapies I offer are ones I love to use myself and have a deep belief in the amazing impacts they can have. That is to say, holistic therapies can help release tension and ease pain, liberating the body from tightness. The release in muscular tension results in a relaxation of the mind often lifting our mood and creating a sense of being grounded and connected. Consequently, people usually leave the therapy room with glowing cheeks and contented smile. To read about my background and training please click here. If you have specific medical conditions you should always seek advice from your medical practitioner before consulting a complementary therapist, we will need relevant details during your consultation.

Use the links or menu above to view the individual therapies and gain a good understanding of what you can expect when you come for your first appointment.

Contact me to book your appointment

Do get in touch if you have specific questions as I am happy to talk through all that I can over the phone or via email.  That being said, each body will have it’s own unique way of responding to therapies so we can never guarantee a specific response from a particular therapy. 

The therapy room is open Monday – Wednesday 9am – 7pm and Saturdays 8.30am – 1pm.  Importantly, I aim to answer all enquiries as quickly as possible which may not be possible outside my clinic hours.

Gift vouchers area available by post or email. Also, payments can be taken by BACS. Please email me here for more details.

Finally, stairs are required to access the therapy room. If you require information on accessibility, contact me by email or telephone. 


MFHT membership number 171407.

Note: A number of private health care insurance policies cover complementary therapies. Check your individual policy for details. You may be reimbursed for your therapy appointment.