Spotlight falls on health therapy
Hundreds of visitors are set to flock to a complementary health show which starts tomorrow.
Experts in aromatherapy, baby massage, meditation, reiki, and reflexology and other therapies will be offering taster sessions during the two-day show at Stourbridge Town Hall (Crown Centre).
Gornal-based complementary therapist and mother of two Debbie Price, aged 36, will be attending.
Her mother, Delpheen Bates, of Penn, Wolverhampton, died of cancer in January this year. But her suffering was eased after receiving regular reiki treatments. Reiki is an ancient Japanese therapy which involves laying hands on the body.
Mrs Price said: "Mum had just had surgery to remove a cancerous tumour, but the disease spread and she had liver cancer.
"She went in to have her first reiki treatment in May last year in a confused state of mind, knowing she was terminally ill. When she came out she was smiling, at peace with herself and with a renewed positive attitude."
Show organisers say that although they do not provide a cure for serious illnesses the benefits on the mind and body of therapies like reiki are leading to a clamour for more information.
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