Welcome to NRG Balance

Get Pain Free……Naturally

Imagine how good it would feel to be pain free, flexible and mobile, stress free and more effective, to have a balanced life, the life you deserve. 

NRG Balance – Complementary Healthcare Solutions for Injury, pain relief and management, chronic disease, emotional and mental health maintenance. Established in 2004, our experienced and qualified practitioners offer safe and natural therapies which may help you improve your Health and Wellbeing

Our practice is based in Eccleston nr Chorley, has private consulting rooms, and parking is available outside the building.

CHNC Registered practice, ensures you are in safe hands

At NRG Balance, we are passionate about Great Health!
We are committed to helping and supporting you to reduce pain and inflammation, de-stress and relax, realign posture, rebalance organ systems, re-arrange your focus to achieve your full potential, and recover Optimum Health and Wellbeing. Current scientific evidence suggests that stress may be responsible for 90 – 95% of all illness and disease.

How do you handle your Stress?????

We offer the following therapies which may help you

Bowen Technique

Life Coaching


Learn Reiki


Swedish Massage

Life Coaching

Tibetan Acupressure Head Massage

Australian Bush Flower Essences EFT for Addictions/Weight Loss/Smoking Cessation.

Counselling/EMDR, Supervision

Clinical Hypnotherapy

Psych-K (Psychological Kinesiology)

Our patients range from babies with colic to top-flight sportsmen/women and our oldest patient is 82. The patients we see have responded well to problems including:

  • Spinal conditions such as low back pain, disc herniation, sciatica.
  • Cranial conditions such as headaches including migraines
  • Cervical conditions including whiplash, torticolis, thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Respiratory problems, asthma, hayfever, allergies
  • Pelvic conditions including sacroiliac, coccyx and pelvic anomalies
  • Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand conditions including carpal tunnel syndrome, golfers/tennis elbow
  • Leg, knee, ankle and foot conditions
  • Pregnancy / Fertility issues, Menopausal and Menstrual problems
  • Joint and auto-immune conditions including the many arthritic variations, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, MS, Parkinsons Disease & lupus
  • Relationship issues, Depression, Anxiety, Substance use,
  • Smoking Cessation, Weight problems,

At NRG we are now able to offer Hypnoslimmer, the complete and unique weight reduction programme, incorporating the Virtual Gastric Band


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The Bowen Technique may help in accelerating Sports and Injury rehabilitation, any and all stress conditions, specifically through a heightening of a parasympathetic (rest and digest) effect, assisting in lifting certain forms of emotional depression and anxiety. The treatments are frequently used to enhance performance at all levels of competencies.

Claim the costs of your treatment back if you are covered by Medicash or Healthshield, or check with your own health insurance provider.

Bowen Technique, regularly used in sports such as Rugby League, Football, Golf, etc, to help to improve and enhance perfomance , as well as an effective and speedy way to recover from injury. Bowen therapy can also be used as a preventative treatment, helping you stay injury free!

Great News for Pregnant Mums – visit www.creatingbetterbirths.co.uk to find out about support during and after the birth of your baby. Our bespoke programme incorporates Hypnobirthing techniques with Bowen therapy and Reflexology, enabling you to become Birthfit and have the Birth you and your baby want.

Thank you for visiting our website.
Whatever your reason for visiting my site, I trust you will find the information you need to help you improve your Health and Wellbeing in some way.

If you have a health concern you would like to discuss without obligation please contact Christine on 07734962615, or call into our health centre, First Floor, Ash Farm Barn, Bluestone Lane, Mawdesley, Chorley, Lancashire.



Health Disclaimer: All material on this website is provided for your information only and may not be construed as medical advice or instruction. No action or inaction should be taken based solely on the contents of this information; instead, readers should consult appropriate health professionals on any matter relating to their health and well-being.


Massage is the use of hands, or mechanical means , to manipulate the soft tissues of the body, particularly muscles. It can be used for relaxation, stimulation or rehabilitation of the whole body or part of it. It promotes suppleness of the muscles, improves circulation and reduces stress, aids digestion , waste removal and neural communication, promotes cell regeneration.
There are a number of different massaging techniques ; Efflourage, a generally gentle sweeping stroke which introduces the body to touch and relaxes the client. Petrissage ; this stroke is used to manipulate tissues and muscles and is a firmer kneading or rubbing stroke with pressure. Friction ; these moves focus on a particular problem area and can be used for loosening tightness around joints etc, as it heats up the area and promotes lymphatic drainage and improved circulation.
Percussion; these are invigorating and stimulating strokes which use the hands to strike the body rapidy and suddenly. They help to improve muscle tone , break up fat deposits in fleshy areas , and invigorate the nerves.

History of Massage
The use of massage has been recorded in China from 3000 BC. The ancient Chinese called their technique “amma” and used specific movements on particular points of the body. It was used for the promotion and restoration of health as well as for relaxation. The Japanese also used the amma technique , and in India massage has been used as a traditional part of Ayurvedic medicine. Many different cultures have massage depicted in their history, but the modern technique was developed by Per Henrik Ling in the early 1800’s. It is a well reputed and established form of rehabilitation and a natural and effective way to treat both physical conditions and psychological problems.

What will happen during a Massage?
You will discuss, with your practitioner , what outcome you want from the massage treatment, ie do you want to feel relaxed, or would you like to feel invigorated. Details will be taken of you current health status to determine whether there could be any contra-indication to the treatment. You may choose to have the whole body massage, ie back, front & back of legs, arms and abdomen, or you may just choose to have a combination of any just mentioned. You will be asked only to remove clothing from the area which is involved in the treatment , and relax on the therapy couch. The practitioner will begin the treatment by first spreading the oil or medium used, then will commence the massaging using correct pressure in accordance with the client. It is not unusual to become very relaxed and even fall asleep during the massage, which may indicate that the body has begun to start to rejuvenate itself. The session will last about 1 hour depending on how many areas are being treated, and the client will be advised to drink plenty of water following treatment to detoxify the systems.

Hot stone Massage
Massage using hot volcanic stones to gently stimulate and exfoliate the skin. The deep penetrating heat prepares the body for deeper work, melting tension away from the muscles. This is a wonderfully relaxing massage with the contrast of hot stones for the massage treatment, and cooler stones to gently reawaken the body.