Sadna Kanani

OMH Therapies is a product of the unique vision of its founder Sadna. Our fusion of well being and therapeutic treatments from different cultures has been carefully constructed through passion, determination, experience and quality training. Sadna holds BSc in Complementary Therapies - Aromatherapy from Edinburgh Napier University and has been featured in Glamour magazine , Scotland on Sunday an other local and national press publications.

An expert in her field, Sadna plays an active role in the training and continued development of her team. Her attention to detail infuses the OMH Therapies brand with energy, commitment. She is supported by a current team of ever expanding therapists. #

 

David Holmes

Dave Holmes moved from nursing to qualify as a massage therapist in 1997, and completed advanced sports & remedial training the following year.

For several years, he ran busy clinics in Edinburgh and West Lothian, working with sports people from many disciplines, at all levels up to Commonwealth athlete status - also the Australian Wallabies rugby squad and the performers in Riverdance.

Rewarding though that has been, he has always expressed a preference for helping people with work- and illness-related issues as assisting others to live their daily lives, pain-free, brings the greatest professional satisfaction.

He has taught massage technique in many settings, from basic teaching for parents of people with autism, to university level.

In recent years, he has tended to work part-time, to allow time for travelling and focusing on other projects, but remains passionate about the benefits that deep-tissue massage can bring. As a long-standing colleague of Sadna's, he is delighted to be part of the team at OMH.

 

Audrey Yeardley

Give or take the odd detour, Audrey took up a self-imposed challenge at a very early age to follow the voice of her intuition. Like most psychics, this means listening to an inner voice-and being comfortable in the dream world- frequently being taken out of personal comfort zones, where the road to developing and fulfilling this kind of potential is like traveling though a labyrinth; and trust in what you are being told is essential.