Wellbeing Associates

Ann Parkinson

By February 16, 2020 No Comments

Ann runs Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing. She is a compassionate therapist who understands the importance of hearing your story.  Compassion, communication, creativity, change, & empowering others are at the heart of how
Ann works.

Everyone is treated as an individual with whole person compassionate care.  Ann believes in working in partnership with you to empower you to move with more ease, do what’s most important to you, achieve your health & wellbeing goals, fulfil your potential and live well.

Ann combines physiotherapy with coaching,  yoga, pilates, meditation, compassionate mind training, other therapies & exercise types to help you achieve your health & wellbeing goals and live well.  She looks at all the different aspects that make us human and with you works out what is helpful to focus on.

There are many factors that contribute to our wellbeing including: exercise and physical activity, relaxation, sleep, stress management, self-compassion, meditation/mindfulness, our self-talk, beliefs, values, doing what’s meaningful, and nutrition.  We compassionately explore these with the exception of nutrition as Ann is not qualified to do this.
Ann is committed to ongoing learning and evidenced based practice, and is grateful to be able to learn from her patients every day.  She is committed to providing a high standard of physiotherapy for people with neurological conditions, balance problems & persistent pain.

Maggie Murray

Maggie Murray

I’m a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Reg MBACP (Accred). I work from a pluralistic perspective rather than humanistic perspective as I am identifying with that terminology after further training.

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