Aviva Holistics aims to offer affordable therapies to aid your physical and psychological wellbeing.

Aviva Holistics was founded in 2001 by Viv Cooper as a mobile complementary therapies service. Her idea for the company was to offer reasonably priced therapies to women in their own homes, so that they could maximise the benefits of the relaxing therapies.

After a break due, to parental responsibilities, Viv relaunched Aviva Holistics in January 2018. She now offers her mobile complementary therapy service to both men and women in their preferred location.

Vivienne Cooper MAR FHT

Complementary Therapist

Viv first qualified as a level 3 complementary therapist in 2001. Her qualification incorporated:

  • Massage
  • Reflexology
  • Aromatherapy
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Lymphatic Drainage Massage.

She is a member of the Federation of Holistics Therapists as well as the Association of Reflexology. As she is listed on both the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council register and the Federation of Holistic Therapists’ Complementary Healthcare Therapist Register, you may be able to claim your treatment back from your health insurance. Please check with your health insurer before your appointment.

Since 2001 she has completed The Christie School of Oncology’s  Diploma in  Adapting Complementary Therapies for Cancer and Supportive Care.  She has also completed an Enhancing Fertility and Maternity Care with Reflexology certification and also holds a Practitioners Diploma in Pregnancy Massage.

She has worked as a volunteer complementary therapist at St Ann’s Hospice and is a member of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust’s award winning Volunteer Complementary Therapy Team as well as in private practice. Viv currently works part time for Chai Cancer Care. During her work, she has had clients at all stages of life and fitness, and therefore is very aware of the toll contemporary living can have on the body.

Viv is also aware that modern medicine does not have all the answers; the combination of conventional medicine and touch therapies can significantly reduce symptoms improving quality of life.

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