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Photographs of Therapies & Treatments Tasters & Tombola
Bognor Regis, 6th May 2006
PICTURES BY JEANNE HAMBLETON
Bognor Regis Town Mayor admires the work of artist Rosie Knights, a
new Chichester member of the Group, who paints watercolours and
works in acrylic in landscapes and fantasies in spite of her
Bognor Regis Town Mayor Councillor Mrs Jeanette Warr at her last
official engagement for her term of office, with the Group's
chairman Jo Fisher, and Ted and Sue Thompson of Soo Skincovers.
The Mayor with authors Wendy Arnold and Patricia Carlton who were
representing RPM Print & Design, a Chichester company who specialise
in self publishing for family histories or the book you have always
wanted to write.
Sheer Bliss holistic therapist jane Turner talks to the MP about
the different treatments to help aches and pains.
Carol Bohnet and her daughter Heidi Simpson of Bodysense talk with
the MP about their success in the treatment of fibromites with the
Australian Bowen Technique.
Chinese astrologer and Feng Shui expert Jinpa Smith is showing the
MP how to use the feng shui chart.
Anthony Cropley from the Chichester Pain Clinic talks to the Mayor
and Jo Fisher about his Russian space equipment, the Scenar, which
it is claimed cures all ills.
Guided by Reiki Master and Group member Denise McSpadden, the MP
gives the lady Mayor "the treatment".
The MP shakes hands with disabled Mrs Pearl Stewart who was
representing the West Sussex Association for Disabled People and the
West Sussex Disability Network.
Is there a winner among these tickets? Mayor searches for a 5 or a 0
while Jo Fisher and Jonathan Bowles, a member and fibromite who is
doing a sponsored skydive in August to raise finds for the Group,
look on. Jonathan organised the monster tombola to raise funds for
the cost of the skydive. Sponsor forms are available from the office.
The Mayor picked two winning tickets and collected two candles from
Jonathan who was delighted Councillor Jeanette Warr had won prizes.
Helene and Chris Fretter, members, were delighted with their tombola
win. "Just what we wanted," they said adding it would keep their 5
year old granddaughter Jade very happy when she visited them from
Derbyshire in the school holidays, as she lives far away from the sea.
The Mayor talks to Heidi Simpson from Bodysense about her therapies.
Shitatsu therapist Terry Smith from the Living Elements Clinic in
Sidlesham works his magic on a patient. Terry who is interested to
find out how well his therapy will work on fibromyalgia patients,
is looking for anyone willing to undergo a treatment to "show him
where it hurts". He did find one volunteer among the members at the
Valerie Young (standing) acupuncturist and facial rejuvenator
gives Jane Turner the treatment with her acqua bio energies dettox
spa which extracts toxins from the body and stimulates the healthy
reactions of the body.
Pip Bowles (right), wife of the intrepid skydiver Jonathan Bowles,
talks to a visitor about her problems and discusses a Reiki solution.
Some of the therapists - kinesiologists Sandra Whitcombe and Mandy
Holt - look at new software on Val Dargonne's laptop using a
magnetic hand tool which helps to diagnose the problems.
Yoga teacher Sarah McCrae (right) squats on the floor where she feels
most comfortable and talks to Pearl Stewart and her colleague who
were representing West Sussex Association for Disabled People and the
West Sussex Disability Network.