Treatment Costs

(6-16 yrs)
(0-5 yrs)
If possible, please pay by card or online bank transfer.

Some private health insurers allow claims for complementary therapies under their policies. It is your responsibility to make sure that you have understood your insurer’s specific requirements before booking with me if you intend to make a claim.

Recommend to a friend!

Refer a friend and after they have paid for their first treatment you and they will both qualify for £5 off the next full-price treatment. See below for terms and conditions.

Terms & Conditions: Your friend must be a new client to Rosie Roome Bowen and must mention your name at the time of booking. Your friend must pay for their first treatment before the discount can be applied. Applies to Tudor Drive bookings only. The discount can only be applied to full-price treatments. Cannot be used with any other offer. Discounts can be used together eg refer 3 friends and receive £15 off your next full-price treatment. Discounts must be used within 6 months from your notification letter.

Mothers Day 27th March

Why not treat the person who cares for you with a little gift which will care for them? A complementary therapy session can be just the thing to set your world to rights – relaxing and revitalising.

As a thank you to you, I’m offering the first 10 purchasers the opportunity to purchase their gift card for just £40 (usual initial consultation charge is £45). Please note, if the recipient is an existing client, the gift card will be just £35.

Terms & Conditions: This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount.
Gift cards must be redeemed by 30.06.2022
Last day for posting is 22.03.2022 but gift cards may be emailed for you to print at home, providing they are purchased before midday on Saturday 26th March 2022. Refunds will be only be offered if the therapist is unable to fulfil bookings within the timescale of the offer. Option for the offer to be extended if Covid-19 infection or lockdown/isolation for either client or therapist delays uptake.

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