Lea Miller to help frontline emergency services personnel

3 months, 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Lea Miller from Bayee Holistic Therapy is delighted to be supporting frontline emergency services personnel at the UK’s first “Intensive Programme’ event.

The event is aimed at courageous frontline staff such as the police, paramedics and firefighters who have dealt with harrowing events such as the very recent London Bridge attacks, the Manchester Arena Bomb and the fire at Grenfell Tower in Kensington. The event will take place in London in November.

The Intensive Programme is being run by the Upledger Institute and is the first of its kind in the UK. During the event a team of highly qualified CranioSacral Therapists will treat the frontline personnel for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other long-term issues over the course of a week. 

To help deliver this event Lea is aiming to raise £10,000 which will go towards the care, venue, accommodation and food of the personnel being treated.

Lea is looking for anyone who can contribute to this extraordinary cause to help many of these forgotten heroes so they can continue to support our communities.

Lea commented, “I feel very humbled to be part of such a valuable cause. Our frontline staff are exposed to so many traumatic incidents and it is crucial that we heal the negative effects of these and enable the incredibly brave individuals to continue their work in supporting us all.”

Lea continued, “We know how successful this particular treatment and these events can be, as the Upledger Institute in America has been running them for decades for war veterans, going back all the way to the Vietnam War. 

To support Lea please call or email her on 07970 633130 or  and she will discuss how you can make a contribution to this worthwhile cause. 

Any business that makes a contribution over £50 will have their logo, company information and a link to their website included on Lea’s website to demonstrate their support.

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