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Studio231,Edinburgh Palette,151 London Road, Edinburgh,EH76AE

Paul Reynolds BSc hons 07906 166 110 - Sue Matthews BSc hons 07746 890 048
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Paul Reynolds BSc hons

Sue Matthews BSc hons

Paul studied at the University of Westminster, London, where he gained a BSc (Hons) in Traditional Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture. Westminster University is renowned in the world of complementary health as one of the leading schools in its field due to the strong focus on western science and personal professional development.

Paul is passionate about the value of education as part of his treatments. He sees it as an essential part of a therapists role to help the patient learn more about their own body and individual health needs.

"Health is all about achieving balance, and balance means different things for different people”.

Sue initially trained in Body Massage and Reflexology (dip.) in Cornwall before taking her training in Complementary Therapies to degree level. Following her passion for patient-centred care, she studied for three years at the University of Westminster and gained a first-class honours degree in Health Sciences: Therapeutic Bodywork.

Her high level of professional training and two decades of clinical practice provide individuals with the opportunity to achieve health through touch, awareness and movement.

“People hold the root to their own health and healing and I believe that my role as a therapist is to nurture and support this.”


Paul is a fully insured member of the British Acupuncture Council.


Sue is a fully insured member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and the International Council of Holistic Therapists.


FHT Excellence in Practice Award

We are very proud to let you know that our Bodywork practitioner, Sue Matthews, was commended in the FHT Excellence in Practice Awards. Her pilot research project assessing the value of complementary therapies to support the health and wellbeing of underprivileged young women was deemed "an excellent and very useful study".

The FHT (Federation of Holistic Therapists) is the UK and Ireland's largest professional association in Complementary Health care.

Sue's response: "It was inspiring to see the benefits to the young women who took part in the project and hear how this benfitted their families also. To be recognised and commended by such a large professional body for organising the research project was an added bonus!"