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Lee Parkinson is a qualified homeopath practising from Congleton, Chester and Tarporley, also taking patients from the surrounding areas including Alderley Edge, Biddulph, Congleton, Holmes Chapel, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Sandbach, Tarvin and Wilmslow.

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Beauty Salon in Congleton

March 14, 2013 10:34 pm
by: lee

Body work is important in a holistic approach to health along with energy therapy such as homeopathy or acupuncture, nutrition and herbs.  Health depends on a naturopathic approach which covers all these areas of health.  If you’re looking for a holistic, massage or beauty salon in Congleton, I highly recommend Butterfly Salon.  The salon is run by Lindsey Williamson (my partner) and for a truly fantastic deep tissue or hot stone massage, you couldn’t get better.  She also offers wedding make up in Chester.

Homeopathy Evidence Check

July 28, 2012 3:06 pm
by: lee

In 2010, the UK Parliament’s science and technology committee published a report which has been widely criticised by homeopathic practitioners, patients and the government.  The report itself was only approved by 3 of the committee’s members but has been referred to extensively by anti-homeopathy campaigners.  I have been working with the homeopathic registers to create a website detailing information about the report and why it has been criticised.  You can read more here about the science and technology committee report on homeopathy.

New Celebrity Homeopathy Website

July 9, 2012 7:11 pm
by: lee

I’ve just finished working with the British Homeopathic Association to develop a new website for them.  The website is designed to promote homeopathy by showing the well known people who use it.  In their own words, celebrities say why love using it.  They include Dr David Bellamy OBE, Annabel Croft and Gaby Roslin.  The site just just launched so take a look at it and see what other people are saying about homeopathy.

View the Celebrity Homeopathy website.