We could all use a little extra support to feel good sometimes. Enter, Feel Good Therapies.

Based in the Norwich Lanes, FGT promises to offer “focused therapy time to those looking to improve their overall wellbeing and wanting their whole selves to feel good.”

We sat down with Founder and Therapist, Sarah Groves, to find out a bit more about the business of making people feel good…

Sarah Groves - Feel Good Therapies.

Describe Feel Good Therapies for us.

What it is to be healthy and to feel good is very unique to all of us. It is becoming more and more important for us to understand the need to look at our whole selves when considering our wellbeing. How can we ensure our stress levels mean we are productive and not overwhelmed? How can we more regularly engage a calm and connected state to create a healthy balance for ourselves?

As a practitioner of 10 years, I am very enthusiastic about guiding individuals in finding their own path to feeling good. The physiological response that happens when we receive a treatment that we enjoy, is hugely beneficial to our health. My therapy room in Bagley’s Court, a Norwich Lanes courtyard, provides a beautiful quiet space for people to come and enjoy some time out. My clients are always very surprised at how relaxed they feel after a session, and what improvement they can notice in their health after a few treatments.

What inspired you to open / set up Feel Good Therapies?

I had a Reflexology treatment in 2007 and totally fell in love. I became a Reflexologist in 2009. It has been a steady process of developing my work in between having my two wonderful children, now 7 and 9, who then inspired me to train further to specialise in working with mummies and babies.

Tell us what makes your business stand out from other similar businesses?

I feel very passionate about caring for women during their pregnancy and postpartum. From supporting my clients during conception, to easing them through pregnancy, guiding them in their postpartum, to then sharing techniques they can use on their babies, is a very humble journey to be a part of. Things such as the ‘Mummy Chillouts’ and the baby