Our Therapists

All of our therapists are fully qualified and insured to practise. Each therapist manages their own diary so to book an appointment or to find out more information please contact them directly.

If you require further assistance please contact reception on 01392 422555. The Exeter Natural Health Centre is not responsible for the content of external websites.

Ali Morrish, Clinical Director and Therapist

Ali’s background is in homoeopathic medicine and she has been a practitioner for almost 20 years. An experienced teacher, Ali has taught all over the UK and Ireland for more than 15 years. Read more…

Sarah Bryan
Sarah Bryan

I am a practitioner member of both the Massage Training Institute (MTI) and the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (IFPA) and undertake research work for both of these organisations. I am also the local Devon champion for the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and work with members of the public, to raise awareness of the importance of choosing qualified, insured complementary therapists. Read more…

Tanya Desfontaines
Tanya Desfontaines

I work by making a light contact with the (clothed) body, always negotiated and client-led, and ‘listening’ with my hands for changes in the natural flow of fluids and biodynamic potency (the intelligent life-force or ‘inner physician’ responsible for making healing decisions) which may indicate areas which are impacted by trauma or disease. Read more…

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Green Fuse Independent Funeral Celebrant

Our death is certain, what happens after remains a mystery. A good funeral marks this transition, this crossing of the threshold from life into death, for the one who has gone and for those who are left behind. Read more…

Sam Goddard

I have been working with Reiki for the past 12 years across a number of industries (including the Music Industry) and with a variety of individuals, as well as using it throughout my pregnancy and regularly within my family. Read more…

Jo Hamilton

..And I would like to guide you to this reality. We are all wonderfully individual, let’s celebrate that. We have different likes and dislikes.We are drawn to different approaches in order to move ourselves forward and to feel better. Read more…

Lesley Harper
Lesley Harper

Lesley believes that sound nutrition is the foundation for optimum health. It was after feeling the improvement that nutritional intervention made to her own health problems that she decided to study nutrition. Read more…

Sarah Henderson
Sarah Henderson

Sarah is a fully-qualified remedial, deep tissue and therapeutic massage therapist having achieved distinction in all qualifications including Anatomy & Physiology.. Read more…

The Homoeopathic Practice – Mo Morrish

Established in 1990 in the heart of Exeter, our practice offers you experience and expertise, compassion, care and commitment. We are passionate about people’s right to choose the healing path that suits them best. Read more…

Anna Paris
Anna Paris

Anna Paris is a highly qualified and experienced acupuncturist who has been practising ‘Traditional 5 Element Chinese Acupuncture’ for 26 years. Read more…

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Susan Quayle Complementary Healthcare

Hello I am Susan Quayle. Some of you may already know me as I have been a therapist here at the centre for the last seven years. I have just created The Family Reflexology Clinic and will be using my many skills in reflexology to help our community. Read more…

Lisa Tate

Supporting people through times of pain or stress (or simply giving them some space in their busy lives) I use a variety of therapies, including deep tissue and remedial massage, myofascial release, aromatherapy, reflexology, Indian head massage, ear candling and Reiki. Read more…

Katherine Ukleja

Katherine Ukleja practised osteopathy for many years before qualifying as a Craniosacral Therapist. Her extensive cranial training began in 1987 and culminated in studying under Franklyn Sills at the Karuna Institute, on Dartmoor. Read more…