My name is Elke Hausler and I am very passionate about helping people overcome physical or emotional pain - either chronic or acute - in the shortest time possible.
My clients call me The Natural Painkiller as I always try to resolve my clients’ problems naturally using highly effective techniques. I have been working in the field of Health & Wellbeing since 2003. I am also a member of the FHT (Federation of Holistic Therapies).
I love seeing my clients’ faces beam with big smiles as they feel both relief and sometimes disbelief, when that uncomfortable long-term pain has finally gone away. Some clients think I’m a magician or a miracle worker!
For me, that’s what it’s all about: Killing pain quickly using natural methods.
I love helping clients get rid of their life stresses and strains, and feel blessed to be able to work in a field that I love, enjoy and believe in.
I see clients in Newmarket, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds.
I qualified in Swedish Massage and Indian Head Massage, my first two qualifications in this field. I also became a Reiki master.
I discovered Thought Field Therapy, which was incredibly helpful for some personal challenges my family was facing at the time. After just one session I felt completely different and better in myself. I had to get this qualification for myself to help others the way it helped me. I’m a big advocate of this life-changing treatment.
I discovered the Rossiter System Workout. I was suffering with a prolapsed disc and was looking for a way to relieve this naturally. I tried many therapies, but they didn’t work for me, so doctors suggested I have a cortisone injection for the pain. They told me I would probably never run again. I was devastated, as this is one of my passions. I thought there had to be a non-invasive treatment out there that is as effective. I discovered the Rossiter System Workout.
The Rossiter System Workout changed my life and the lives of so many of my clients who struggled with bad backs. Since recovering from my own pain, I have run two marathons and I am thinking of climbing the Kilimanjaro next!