Tricia Wright

MAR Reflexologist

Hypnotherapist NLP & EFT Practitioner

Having qualified from the renowned Crane School of Reflexology in 1996, I have established myself in and around the Hull area developing my private practice.  I trained to the highest level in Reflexology and have since continued to further my professional development by constantly updating my skills and knowledge, enabling me to expand my range of treatments to include the most recently advanced energy-moving therapies including; Auricular and Facial Reflexology, ‘Meridian Massage’ ‘Tui Na’, ‘Chinese Head Massage’ and ‘Hopi Ear Candling’.  Also emotional therapies including ‘Clinical Hypnotherapy’ ‘NLP’ (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and ‘EFT’ (Emotional Freedom Techniques)

Over my sixteen years of practice, I am still as excited about the benefits and potential of reflexology especially on chronic condition’s as when I first undertook the discipline.  Each patient present’s a new challenge and the techniques and understanding I have obtained enables me to tailor my treatments accordingly. It is my belief that experience is the key to both professionalism and competence in this form of therapy.

In my constant endeavour to seek solutions for the symptomatic relief of chronic pain, I have had the most interesting of journeys. The past 16  years as a therapist has been revealing, exciting, humbling and always rewarding.

One of the most important discoveries I have made is tapping into the ‘power of our mind’ when it comes to dealing with chronic pain. After a therapy session I feel it is important to continue the healing process and encourage self empowerment; it gives me the greatest buzz to share my many hints and tips with clients who although don’t expect homework are very grateful to have a little extra knowledge in the continuing battle against chronic pain.

2 thoughts on “Tricia Wright

  1. ihave had a condion for 13 years called leucapedia then went into neutrapedia its to do with low white blood cells then a year ago i started to go to reflexology and in last 6 months there has been some thing that has maid my blood cells improve and i am sliegtly better with my neutrapedia the only thing that i have done is go to reflexology the hospital was quite pleased with me both drs i have seen have said keep up good work so i hope the treatment i am having keeps helping me

  2. Just wanted to add a comment here, i have been seeing trish on and off around ten years. She is an amazing reflexologist, and what makes me comment today is how amazed i am after asking if she could help with carpal tunnel syndrome (to which she answered yes) i have now gone almost two weeks after session with brilliant releif, i am astounded that the same afternoon as my treatment,i was able to sew without even putting my needle down once, have done pottery and watercolour painting and still have not expereicned the discomfort i was getting daily and keeping me awake at night. I STRONGLY would recommend trish to anyone who has problems as she can quite obviously help.

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