Bespoke intervention

Set in the heart of the Cheshire countryside near Delamere Forest, at a newly built competition venue, co-located with the Urchin's Kitchen Cafe, Hope Valley Saddlery, The Regal Fox canine supplies and Jenifer Connelly Podiatry, we provide a unique service supporting clients through trauma, pain and equestrian performance challenges.
Working together we will achieve your goals in wellness and performance. Completely individual packages utilising advanced techniques for body, mind and soul in a relaxed and focussed environment. A truly whole person experience.



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 An outcome based, prescriptive, remedial massage treatment that includes a wide range of techniques to reduce chronic pain and aid rehabilitation post injury, trauma or surgery, facilitate athletic performance or just to help you cope with the stresses of modern life. With it's roots firmly in science and a twist of spiritual nurturing, The Jing Method is based on a series of 6 treatments for best results, and is a whole person and individual centered therapeutic approach to wellbeing.

Each session includes assessment and consultation pre and post treatment, with 1hr of massage. Bespoke to your requirements from stress relief, through pain relief, to performance support, techniques include Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Passive Stretching, Active Isolated Stretches, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation and Lymphatic Drainage. They are very anatomically focussed and based on the most current research.  You will be prescribed exercises and self massage techniques.  A course of 6 is highly recommended and a if you buy up front, you pay for 5 and get your 6th free.

 Dress in comfortable, close fitting clothing. Allow 1hr30mins for your appointment.

Yoga on the Beach


Do you want to be able to maintain your wellness at home or have the edge over your competitors? Then we need to ensure that you are moving optimally! We begin with assessing your strength and balance and this will form the basis for a bespoke exercise prescription designed to address suboptimal movement habits and patterns developed through modern living or pain.



45 minutes of specialised over clothes stretching including:
Muscle Energy Techniques such as Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
and Anti-Spasm exercises,  Passive and Active Stretches, Soft Tissue Release, Indirect Myofascial Release and mobilisation exercises. If you’re short on time but want a regular boost to mobility this is your treatment! Focussed or general, based on activities, discomfort and outcome required.



A relaxation treatment that helps rebalance your body. Combining reflexology with gentle Myofascial  techniques and acupressure for head, neck and shoulders to ease mind and body where there is nonspecific tension/stress affecting your body.

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Energy Healing


“Reiki” (ray-key) is Japanese for ‘universal life energy, and is also a word used to describe a system of natural healing, This tradition was founded by Mikao Usui in the early 20th century and evolved as a result of his research, experience and dedication.

Everything is made up of energy, or life force, that nourishes and maintains all living things. When all the energy systems in the body and the external energy field (or aura) are balanced, one feels a sense of wellbeing.  Energy misalignment or blockages in the energy field can manifest in a number of different ways and Reiki healing helps the body heal itself on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. 

Reiki has many benefits including:

  • promoting deep relaxation,

  • fostering a sense of wellbeing on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level,

  • helping to manage symptoms of physical and emotional pain,

  • promotes sleep,

  • helps the body to heal itself,

  • its holistic – it works on the whole, and

  • relaxes and releases tension and stress in the body.

Reiki treatments are safe and have no harmful side effects, it can be used on humans, including during pregnancy and is often used alongside traditional medicine, including treatments for life threatening illnesses.  It is not aligned with any religion or belief system and is never a substitute for medical diagnosis.

The treatment is preformed either sitting in a chair or lying down, clothed.  The Reiki practitioner’s hands are gently placed on or near the body to allow the healing Reiki energy to flow.

Buddha Statue


Meditation can be used to sharpen focus and attention, connect to the body and the breath, help to process and understand difficult emotions and alter consciousness. It’s increasingly being turned to as a tool to help with stress and anxiety and also has the following other benefits:

  • promotes better sleep

  • lowers blood pressure

  • enhances mood

  •  promotes resilience and adaptability

  •  provides a sense of calm and relaxation; and

  • helps manage chronic pain



Crystal healing is an ancient therapy that uses the healing power of crystals to improve health and wellbeing. Crystals have the ability to balance on all levels; emotional, physical and spiritual and when they are placed on or around the body, they have the ability to activate and support the self-healing process.
Each chakra or energy centre is associated with physical parts of the body as well as the emotions. Imbalances in one or all of the chakras can make you feel out of sorts and can even manifest as physical or emotional pain.
Certain crystals can help to restore and rebalance the chakras, helping to bring back a feeling of wellbeing. During a treatment, crystals will be chosen that are best suited to helping restore each chakra, bringing back balance to the whole.
Benefits of crystal healing include helping reduce the effects of range of physical ailments. It can also provide a number of mental benefits including providing a sense of calmness, peace and tranquillity, reducing anxiety and stress, helping to lift feelings of depression, ease mental fatigue and clear the perspective. It can also benefit on an energetic level in balancing the chakras, clearing stagnant energy and helping you to connect to your place of inner peace and knowing.

Head Massage


Holistic medicine is a broad range of practices based on generations of tradition. After a single session, you’ll start to see changes to your body, mind and energy levels. Undertaken in a seated position, it works on the head, neck, shoulders, arms and face.  Using acupressure points on the face and head, it’s a great treatment for relaxation and works well for treating tension, headaches (including migraines) and stress including anxiety

Holding Tummy


Suitable from 12 weeks and incorporating gentle stretching and light massage to help relax the body and release oxytocin (the love hormone). The abdomen is not massaged as part of this treatment and the massage is provided in a side lying position with pillows for support where needed.  It can also help with a number of pain related issues experienced during pregnancy such as sciatica, lower back pain, rip pain, swollen feet and ankles and leg cramps

Back Massage


Massage has so many wonderful benefits for the mind, body and soul. Many people see massage as a luxury to have once in a while but there are so many benefits to incorporating regular massage into your life including:

  • Pain management

  • Improved sleep

  • Increased range of motion and reduction of scar tissue

  • Reduced tension, stress, anxiety and symptoms of depression

  • Improved circulation and recovery after exercise or injury

  • Greater mind – body connection

  • Reduced heart rate and blood pressure

  • Increased energy and feelings of vitality

  • Helping manage the symptoms of arthritis, fibromyalgia and other conditions.

Physical Therapist


Physiotherapy consultations are available as required; you may be referred for assessment from other therapists.

Hippotherapy is a form of physical, occupational and speech therapy in which a therapist uses the characteristic movements of a horse to provide carefully graded motor and sensory input. A foundation is established to improve neurological function and sensory processing, which can be generalized to a wide range of daily activities. Unlike therapeutic horseback riding (where specific riding skills are taught), the movement of the horse is a means to a treatment goal when utilizing hippotherapy as a treatment strategy. Hippotherapy has been used to treat patients with neurological or other conditions, such as autism, cerebral palsy, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, head injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, behavioral disorders and psychiatric disorders. Here in clinic Ami uses Rocky the Racewood Simulator rather than a live horse.



The person centred approach can be described as more of a philosophy than a technique.  A way of being.

The approach believes by providing the right therapeutic conditions a person can activate their own innate healing capacity.  The non-directive style understands it is the person themselves that knows best.

The therapeutic conditions can empower a person towards personal growth enabling them to be more open to themselves and external situations.  Old beliefs and concepts become less rigid.

The process enables people to trust their own feelings and ideas more rather than relying on outside influences.   They become more autonomous and seem to let go of fixed goals realising life is a process.  Defensive masks fall away which can feel fascinating and exciting.

It allows people to become more genuine leading to less psychological tension.





MONDAY: New Creation Massage & Reiki 09:00-19:00

TUESDAY: Persona Psycotherapy & Counselling 09:00 - 19:00

WEDNESDAY: Symbiosis 12:00 - 20:00

THURSDAY: Symbiosis 12:00 - 20:00

FRIDAY: Symbiosis 10:00 - 18:00

SATURDAY: Symbiosis 10:00 - 16:00

SUNDAY: Symbiosis 10:00 - 16:00





Rehabilitation Centre of the Year 2020/21
Shortlisted for 2021/22 - results announced in May!

Prestige Awards Central England





Kelsall Hill Equestrain Centre is on Middlewich Road just East of Kelsall and the junction of the A556 and A54. 

From the A49. Turn left onto A54 at the traffic lights, go past the Fishpool pub cross roads. Turn left into the main entrance after approximately one mile. 

From Chester, take the A51 towards Tarvin, then the A54 at Tarvin roundabout, go straight over at the traffic lights, come down the bank and bear right at the ‘V’ shaped junction to stay on the A54. After 200 yards turn right into the main entrance.




Follow the entrance road downhill with the cattle/horse barns on your right.
There are electric gates deconflicting horses and vehicles. Allow horses to cross, if the gates do not open you can manually open them using the big red buttons on the gate posts.
Go down the hill, turn right into the carpark.




We are located at the end of the building furthest from reception (big canopy over entrance), closest to the warm up indoor arena (rustic wood and concrete walls), next door to the toilets.