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A Wick based hypnotherapist has become one of the first in the country to achieve a new national standard of excellence for her therapy. Donna Booth has been registered by the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), the UK regulator for complementary healthcare.
Three months in and Alternative Vitality continues to be an oasis of calm and relaxation in the centre of Wick. Offering a wide range of cognitive and complementary therapies such as hypnotherapy, life coaching, meditation, HypnoBirthing and Hypno-Band (which is a virtual gastric band), massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, Swedish massage, Indian head massage and Indian Face massage.
One person taking advantage of the recent round of voluntary redundancies at Highlands & Islands Enterprise is former operations manager, Donna Booth, who recently launched her wellness practice, Alternative Vitality. Says Donna, 'During my many years in high pressure corporate positions, I became increasingly aware of the importance of 'wellness' on both an individual and an industry wide basis.
With an ever expanding list of products the Croft Lotions And Potions Business based right in the heart of Caithness has given a completely new look to the web site. A much clearer and simpler style has been introduced to set off the growing product range.
Rebecca Winkle and Graham Maharg run a croft at Scarfskerry and have pooled their talents to operate a range of small enterprises under the name Lotions And Potions Beneath that title lies a varied list of small enterprises including animals most of which are often to be found in and around small farms and increasingly crofts in the Highlands. One animal, the buffalo is very unusual for Caithness and raised a few eyebrows but contrary to expectations is doing very well.