Monday, 11 December 2017

Therapists to raise money for Chiltern Centre

THERAPISTS have pledged to raise money for the Chiltern Centre for disabled children in Henley.

THERAPISTS have pledged to raise money for the Chiltern Centre for disabled children in Henley.

The Be Well Centre, which takes place at King’s Arms Barn every Monday, will donate the money it receives from customers. The group supports a different charity each year.

Paul Barrett, who chairs the Chiltern Centre trustees, was given a treatment to mark the partnership.

He said: “The Be Well Centre is one of Henley’s best-kept secrets. It has been going now for about four years.

“I had a reiki treatment, which is the laying of hands on your aura without touching you. It does invoke a great sense of wellbeing and peace. If you believe it, it works. It was enjoyable and I would encourage anyone to give it a go — it certainly won’t do you any harm.”



Different therapies are on offer at Be Well each week in return for a minimum donation of £5.

Each week’s therapists are listed in the

Henley Standard’s
chemists rota column on page 2.



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