Hi, my name is Steph Hiller. Thank you for visiting my website.
I’ve been working as a Holistic Therapist for over 20 years’, since deciding to try something different by enrolling on a Reflexology course back in 1994. Little did I know that it would lead my life in a new and exciting direction.
I have chosen to specialise in the fields of Massage, Reflexology, Sound Therapy and Laughter Therapy (I also make Raw Chocolate under the name Mill Street Chocolate).
However, due to my passion for continued learning and personal development, I have attended numerous courses over the years, ranging from Nutrition, Meditation, Hopi Ear candling, Counselling, Qi Gong and many more. Although I practise none of these various disciplines on their own today, the accumulated knowledge serves to broaden and deepen all the work I do with my clients.
7 years ago, I turned my many years of massage training and practice on its head by beginning to train with the pioneering therapist Gerry Pyves. His, unique approach to massage uses primarily the forearms and the therapist’s own body weight. This powerful, transformational method is so popular with my clients that it is now the busiest of my clinics.
My background is in music (BA Hons) and my instrument is Shakuhachi (Zen Meditation bamboo flute). Since adding Sound Therapy to my professional repertoire 10 years ago, I love to blend my expertise in music with my therapeutic work by running regular, popular Sound Baths, as well as one-to-one sessions.
I love and am passionate about all the work I do but, if pushed to choose the most fun, it would be Laughter Therapy. Working specifically to bring more fun, joy and laughter into people’s lives aids transformation of their health on a physical, emotional, and psychological level. It has to be tried to be believed!
In my spare time I love to sing, laugh and go to concerts and the cinema. I also attend weekly Qi Gong classes/workshops, walk and cycle in the Somerset countryside where I live, and enjoy experimenting with new, exciting vegetarian food.