Sue McFarlane | Nutrition, Massage & Complementary Therapist

Since 2002 I have been helping others achieve improved health & vitality, through nutrition & lifestyle changes as well as other supportive, complementary therapies.

I have a degree in Biochemistry but trained professionally in Nutritional Medicine, Massage, Hopi Ear Candles & Master Level Usui Reiki Therapies in order to offer a broader service to clients.

Continual research and training ensures that I keep up to date with developments in all my fields of complementary health and therapies, which are available in Newark & Bingham or mobile.

Could I help you towards improved health?

To discuss possible treatments, presentations or to book an appointment…

Please get in touch

How does Natural Therapies For You differ from other therapy centres?

Inflammation – not always an obvious pain!

Inflammation involves injury by infection, chemicals, or physical action resulting in pain, swelling, redness and loss of function in the affected area. If the body's healing process is unsuccessful in coping with the issue, chronic inflammation ensues, leading to...
Read More

Need Some Relax & Refresh Time?

Work in or around Newark? Are you stressed out? Worried or anxious? Lots of meetings? No time to have a real break? Feeling tied to your desk & phone? Worn down by work & life? No time for you to even breathe? Come & find calm & a clearer mind, on site...
Read More

Non-Starch Poly-Whats-its!! or Roughage

Worried about health issues such as heart disease, bowel disorders & cancers, Type 2 diabetes, bad cholesterol, gallstones, piles, diarrhoea or even, constipation? Feed your gut and friendly digestive bacteria with a good level and range of varying vegetable fibre...
Read More

Did you catch enough sunshine this Summer?

Vitamin D is known as the Sunshine vitamin but how much sunshine or natural daylight has your skin been exposed to this Summer? If you have not ventured outdoors much, have covered up a lot or even slapped on the sunscreen as advised, then the likliehood is that you...
Read More

Eating the Rainbow – Yes to Yellow!

By including foods which are the colours of the rainbow, you can be assured of getting a wider variety of healthy nutrients to support your health. Who remembers the pnemonic “Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vane”? Here are some more, really easy & simple ideas to...
Read More

Reiki Taster Sessions

Receive the Universal Healing Energy of Reiki Feeling stressed? Would you like to feel calmer & relaxed? Exhausted? Do you wish you had more energy? Then, come & find out how Reiki could help you. FREE taster sessions to the first 3 to book in. If you have had...
Read More

Milk & Water Kefir Workshop

Come & learn how to make the cultured foods that are known as kefir. Want to boost your digestion? Would you benefit from having increased energy? Well, you could by eating more cultured foods. Find out what they are, how they could benefit your health &...
Read More

Eating The Rainbow – Princely Purple!

Include foods from all the colours of the rainbow & you can be assured of getting a wider variety of healthy nutrients to support your health. Who remembers the mnemonic “Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain”? Here are some really simple ideas to boost your 7-a-day...
Read More

Cauliflower ‘Bread’

This is so easy, using the humble cauliflower as it's main ingredient. Grain, gluten & yeast free. Healthy, high fibre, veggie-containing 'Bread' to serve with your avocado, soup, scrambled/poached eggs, sardines, peanut butter, pâté? I have even split it &...
Read More

Tasty!!! – Thai Spiced Butternut Squash Soup

Want a really easy, tasty, healthy soup, which you could serve to family, friends and happily adapt to your own taste? This is for you! The Ingredients | To make 500ml (4 servings) but it never matters if you have more! Remember it this is not a chemistry lesson so if...
Read More

Natural Therapies For You

Sue McFarlane

Complementary Therapist

Newark & Bingham, Nottinghamshire.

Get in touch

07766 592025
sue@naturaltherapiesforyou.co.uk

With thanks to D & A Nicholl for photo assistance.