Hard-working Rebecca’s career-change is huge Hitchin hit as Haelan Therapy opens its doors!

Rebecca Kelly

Rebecca Kelly - Credit: Archant

An award-winning centre offering holistic treatments has launched a shop in Hitchin’s town centre.

Haelan Therapy, run by successful businesswoman Rebecca Kelly is expanding – with its new Bucklersbury treatment rooms open to all on Saturday.

Hard-working Rebecca founded it when her mum was diagnosed with cancer.

She said: “It made me aware of my own mortality so I looked at how I could support myself to aid my wellbeing.

“I took an interest in holistic therapies, and decided to give up my job as a fundraising manager to retrain as a holistic therapist.

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“I started out from a room in my home and five years on I now have three treatment rooms across Hitchin and St Paul’s Walden, offering clients a choice of town centre convenience or a rural escape to benefit from our unique therapy treatments.

“The support I have received from clients and the local Hitchin community has been overwhelming.

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“I believe the experience we offer at Haelan Therapy is truly unique.

“We work to build a relationship with every client giving them the opportunity to go on to look after their wellbeing so that they can be strong not only for themselves but for everyone in their lives. I am very proud that with our recent expansion we are now able to offer treatments to a wider audience in Hitchin and beyond.”

Haelan Therapy will be opening its doors to existing and potential new customers on Saturday from 11am – 5pm, at 30a Bucklersbury, Hitchin.

As a special launch promotion, all treatments are half price until the end of December, subject to appointment availability.

Visit their website for details and to book at www.haelantherapy.co.uk.

Or click on their Facebook page www.facebook.co.uk/haelantherapy, or follow them on Twitter @haelan_therapy

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