Holistic Treatments

Theses treatments are unavailable due to the national lockdown

At Physiotherapy Ltd we are please to offer a number of Holistic complementary therapies with Lucy from LK Complimentary Therapy. Lucy qualified as a Complementary Therapist back in 2008 where she gained an IFPA Diploma in Clinical Aromatherapy. She then went on to add to her qualifications by studying Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Hot Stone Therapy.

Lucy worked as a therapist in the drug and alcohol field for almost 8 years, helping individuals in treatment for and recovering from drug and alcohol use. In 2017 Lucy started a new job working in a small but bustling clinic in Whitley Bay, where she was able to add Advanced Massage and Pregnancy Massage to her qualifications.

Lucy has a passion for Complementary Therapies and self-care, always aiming to keep a holistic approach to her work, making sure each client gains the most out of their treatment.

Lucy is available for your holistic treatments on a Tuesday at our Quay West premises.



Aromatherapy massage involves the use of essential oils in body massage to help promote and maintain well being. Essential oils are derived from plant extracts and each has there own therapeutic properties. During an initial consultation Lucy will discuss your…

Pregnancy Massage


Massage during pregnancy is a great way to promote wellness in the expectant mother and also can help to relieve discomfort in those areas that are under extra strain. Each treatment will be tailored to the individual mother to be…



Reflexology is a treatment based on the theory that different areas on your feet (reflex points) correspond with different areas of the body. Reflexology originated many years ago and is linked to ancient Egypt, India and China. It is now…



Body massage is a hands on treatment that uses movements by applying gentle or deep pressure to the skin and muscles of the body in an aim to ease pain/tension and promote relaxation and general well being. The treatment uses different…