An holistic blend of reflexology, massage and aromatherapy,
to balance your body, mind and soul...

Currently taking the lockdown as an opportunity to update and redesign the website - so please bear with us if information is missing/links aren't working!  If you have any questions, please do get in touch - contact details in the footer.  Thank you and stay safe. 

 

Doncaster Wellbeing offers a bespoke complementary therapies service in the centre of Doncaster, group therapies and workshops, plus mobile therapies in your workplace​.  The emphasis is on the use of certified natural, organic and biodynamic products, including hand-blended aromatherapy, that take into account your unique self and the surrounding environment.

Treatments may help you with...

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PERSONAL WELLBEING

From stress, anxiety and depression to general aches and pains, complementary therapies can help!

Doncaster Wellbeing offers a space for you to relax and be heard, whatever your experience.

In addition Nikki Wall can assist you with Weleda's range of

100% certified natural cosmetics and over-the-counter natural medicines*.

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Call or Text: 07706 952510

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By appointment only

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16 Swan Street, Bawtry DN10 6JQ

(above Chapelles of Bawtry)

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7 Bowers Fold, Doncaster DN1 1HF 

(being refurbished - opening soon)

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*Disclaimer: Information on Doncaster Wellbeing is correct to the best of our knowledge. However, we cannot take any responsibility for any accidental error – we're human! If you find an error, please do contact us and we’ll do our best to rectify it.  If you are vegan, or have any particular allergy, please take care to always double check ingredients.  Please note: times quoted include consultation time.  Massage therapy, Reflexology and Aromatherapy are classed as a “complementary therapies” meaning that they are used alongside (as a complement to) conventional medicine. Complementary therapists cannot make diagnoses (unless also medically qualified to do so – ie they are a GP, or similar). In addition complementary therapy should not be used as an alternative to seeking appropriate medical advice.