Fiona’s Holistic Therapies Gloucester located at 20 Pochard Cl, Quedgeley, Gloucester GL2 4LL, UK

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Gary Philpott

5 Google Rating

I recently visited Fiona for a massage following a series of leg cramps that were extremely painful.

5/ 5

I recently visited Fiona for a massage following a series of leg cramps that were extremely painful. Even after just 1 visit, the pain in my legs had eased significantly and no more cramping! I have also had a reflexology treatment with her and it was great! Normally I cant stand people messing with my feet lol but this was a very different experience. Highly recommended

Andrea Preedy

5 Google Rating

Would thoroughly recommend Fiona. So relaxing. Her healing hands are fantastic. ❤️

5/ 5

Would thoroughly recommend Fiona. So relaxing. Her healing hands are fantastic. ❤️

Louisa Russell

5 Google Rating

Fiona made me feel so welcome and relaxed as soon as I entered her lovely treatment room. I thorough

5/ 5

Fiona made me feel so welcome and relaxed as soon as I entered her lovely treatment room. I thoroughly enjoy having regular Reiki treatments with Fiona. I always feel like a new women, relaxed and rejuvenated afterwards. Try it! You won't regret it.

Joan Lyes

5 Google Rating

First went to Fiona for a relaxing massage which was great. Now go regularly for other treatments Re

5/ 5

First went to Fiona for a relaxing massage which was great. Now go regularly for other treatments Reiki and Reflexology which make me totally relaxed and I feel so much better both physically and mentally.

Jackie Harrison

5 Google Rating

A very relaxing and professional experience, I highly recommend Fiona for calm and knowledgeable tre

5/ 5

A very relaxing and professional experience, I highly recommend Fiona for calm and knowledgeable treatments.

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  • Monday09:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday09:00 - 20:00
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  • Thursday09:00 - 20:00
  • Friday09:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday09:00 - 20:00

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