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Our Practitioners

Classical Homoeopathy

Farhatnissa Shabbir

Our classically trained Homoeopath was educated in Scotland at the Scottish College of Homoeopathy.

She has over seventeen years experience dealing with any health issues whether large or small. She specialises in women’s and children’s issues seeing good results in menstrual and gynaecological problems in women as well as joint and circulation problems to name but a few.

Being fluent in Urdu, Punjabi, and Hindi as well as English, she is able to communicate with anyone from the sub-continent whose first language isn’t English or who does not feel comfortable expressing themselves in English. Religious and cultural sensitivities are also taken into consideration.

All types of health problems can be addressed through Homoeopathy whether big or small due to the nature of the way Homoeopathy works on the Healing Force of the body.

To read more information about Homeopathy, please click here.

Hijamah/ Cupping

Imran Alam

Imran has been working with professional footballers for almost 10 years. He has worked with Hamilton Accies FC, Falkirk FC, Queens Park FC and Glasgow Rangers FC. With a degree in Sport Science from the University of Glasgow and a Masters degree in Sport Injury Rehabilitation from Sheffield Hallam University, Imran has accumulated years of expertise and skill in providing first class injury diagnosis and rehabilitation using various methods such as massage and cupping. Currently he works as a senior physiologist with Nuffield Health in Glasgow and is also Head of Sports Science at Clyde Football Club where his responsibility is pre-season/post season fitness testing of players, sports massage and treating injured players.

Cupping, he feels, is a lost Prophetic tradition which has the potential to give excellent results for a number of ailments. He was fortunate to be taught the science and practical elements of cupping by one of the leading Hijamah therapists in the UK from Egypt, Walid Zamzam. He uses massage prior to cupping to increase blood flow to affected areas for the best results. Out with his work, Imran is a fully insured member of the Scottish Massage Therapists Organisation, the Royal Society of Public Health and the Football Medical Association.

Farhatnissa Shabbir

Our resident female Hijama Therapist is also a qualified Homeopath and can help with health problems with a two pronged approach, giving advice and remedies as part of the Hijama treatment. The overall aim is to help you get a sense of wellbeing and good health through removal of toxins from the blood and helping the healing forces of the body.

To read more information about Hijamah / Cupping, please click here.


Freedom Pilates and Superfoods

Shahana Noor

Shahana, owner of Freedom Pilates, has been a dedicated teacher of Pilates since 2009. She is a proud graduate of Level 3 Pilates Diploma, in addition, specialises in reducing back pain. Shahana, holds a Level 3 in Anatomy and Physiology. This gives her the knowledge to focus on specific areas of an individuals body.  She has been trained in the Classical Pilates method and applies variations and modifications that benefit each individual.

Shahana is very passionate about teaching Pilates and educating people about their bodies. She teaches with compassion and with intellect. She brings a smile and positive energy to every session and class and strives to offer each client.

Shahana is also a Superfood Nutritionist; she has completed a Level 3 in Food and Nutrition. The idea of setting her own Superfood business came from her personal health issues.  Shahana felt that modern medicine had too many additional side effects and did not offer her a long lasting solution.

Shahana supplies Organic, Quality Superfoods from local farmers and Wholesalers. Her knowledge and expertises allows her to advise individuals with health issues on the best Organic Superfoods to add to their diet.

To read more information about Superfoods, please click here.



Brenda McKechnie


  • Swedish Massage is a therapeutic massage which uses a variety of techniques designed to relax muscles and increase the oxygen flow to the bloodstream in order to eliminate toxins from the muscles. It is especially good for relaxation and for people who do not get enough exercise, or who spend a long time on computers. Benefits: It stimulates blood circulation, relaxes muscle tension, and increases flexibility. It relieves physical and emotional stress, increases energy levels, aids sleep, and speeds up the healing process.
  • Aromatherapy Massage uses a blend of essential oils which have been extracted from plants with various healing properties. The oils can be very potent and aid healing for a variety of ailments. The massage is generally lighter because it works on a cellular level. Oils will be blended for each individual client according to their needs. Benefits: Relaxation, relief of muscle tension, circulatory problems, cramps, digestive problems, P.M.T., cellulite, stress, frozen shoulder, palpitations, neuralgia, sinusitis, and IBS, to name just a few.
  • Reflexology: This ancient treatment works on reflexes on the feet. Each part of the foot corresponds to a part of our body and promotes self healing. It is a holistic approach to well being. Usually, after a few sessions, clients will feel a positive difference. Benefits: Deep relaxation. Relief from stress-related disorders, fatigue, headaches, muscle tension, and hormonal imbalance. Improved circulation, sense of balance, and well-being.
  • Shiatsu is a Japanese therapy which works on meridians (energy lines) in the body. Each organ in the body has a meridian line. These energy lines can often become blocked or the energy may move too freely or too sluggishly through the body. Shiatsu balances these energies. The treatment will also involve stretching. Clients will lie comfortably on a futon on the floor and remain fully clothed for this treatment. Benefits:Shiatsu treats the entire body, and stimulates self healing. It reduces stress, enhances mental focus, increases flexibility, and allows deep relaxation.
  • Indian Head Massage uses various massage techniques to work on the shoulders, neck and head. Oils can be used to benefit condition of the hair and scalp. Benefits: It stimulates the flow of blood and oxygen to the head. Relieves aches and pains in the neck, sinus pressure, headaches (including migraine), and eye strain. Helps focus the mind, stimulates hair growth, and can improve hair texture.
  • Hot Stone Therapy uses basalt volcanic stones which are non-porous and can retain heat. The hot stones are used for massage with a little oil, and also to lay on the skin, usually on the back, to allow the heat to penetrate. Benefits: Deep relaxation, creates a feeling of balance, increases lymphatic function, thereby increasing detoxification, increases circulation, helps alleviate stress and tension.
  • Stress Management Consultation: We will help you identify sources of stress in your life and take a look at how you are affected. We will then teach you specific techniques to enable you to cope without adversely affecting your health. Sessions may end with a 10-minute relaxing massage. Benefits: Confidence increases, your mood becomes more stable, relationships improve, you will have clearer thoughts and reduced risk of illness. Overall, you are likely to have a more positive outlook and embrace your life with more enthusiasm.


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