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Abundantia Health & Wellbeing
07905 133 242
tattdickie@yahoo.co.uk
www.abundantia-health.co.uk

Academy of Human Potential
01173 776 968
drmark.atkinson@virgin.net
www.drmarkatkinson.com

ACS Distance Education
0800 328 4723
admin@acsedu.co.uk
www.acsedu.co.uk

Alternative Training
0845 257 8885
info@alternative-training.com
www.alternative-training.com

Alvaston Complementary Therapy College
01332 571531
gillykemp@talktalk.net

www.actc.uk.com

Atlantis College of Crystal, Reiki & Sound Healing
01984 633597
lesleycarol@atlantiscrystalhealing.com
www.atlantiscrystalhealing.com

Apolonia Training
07502 029 424
studydepot@apolonia-training.co.uk   
www.apolonia-training.co.uk

Ayurveda Pura Academy
0208 312 8383
info@ayurvedapura.com
www.ayurvedapura.com
 
Ayurveda Retreat
01189 588 190
info@ayurveda-retreat.co.uk
www.ayurveda-retreat.co.uk

Ayurvedic UK
01283 815669
info@lifespa.co.uk
www.lifespa.co.uk

 

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