Complementary Therapy

We provide complementary therapy sessions to people with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and/or their carers.

Unfortunately, due to current social distancing and shielding rules, we are unable to provide our complementary therapy service. However, we realise that relaxation and stress relief remain critical to maintain good physical and mental health. Therefore, you may find some of these guided meditation, stress relief and mindfulness videos helpful.

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Complementary therapy

The treatments on offer are not medical but many people find they may assist with stress management, pain relief, muscle cramps or relaxation.

This service is free of charge and available across Scotland. Sessions are delivered in your own home and are provided by qualified therapists.

Available treatments include the following, depending on the qualifications and availability of a therapist in your area, as well as the suitability of a treatment for you:

  • Aromatherapy
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Reiki
  • Reflexology

Please note: Complementary therapies will complement existing medical care and should not be seen as a replacement to current prescribed medication.

You can find out more by emailing or call us on 0141 332 3903.

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“The massage sessions I received were very relaxing and really eased the tension, especially in my legs and feet. It was a huge benefit to me and I would always have a great night’s sleep afterwards.”

Kay Sinclair | Complementary Therapy recipient

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