Welcome to Maradels Holistic Therapy A Husband & Wife team

Welcome to Maradels Holistic Therapy A Husband & Wife team

Welcome to Maradels Holistic Therapy A Husband & Wife team Welcome to Maradels Holistic Therapy A Husband & Wife team Welcome to Maradels Holistic Therapy A Husband & Wife team

Please have a look around our website and see what beautiful healing therapies are here for you

Maradels Therapy Room

Maradels Holistic Therapy Room
Clients have always mentioned how calming & relaxing it is.

About Us

Maradels Holistic Therapists

Maradels Holistic Therapy

Maradels is a holistic healing practice run by Mark & Adele Hockey, a husband and wife team with a passion for helping people heal, mend and relax, mind, body and soul. 

Relaxing Therapy room at Maradels

Therapists Who Care

In order to provide you with the best experience, all treatments are carried out in our relaxing treatment room.  Every treatment and session is done in the strictest of confidence between us and the client and with all our treatments you will be fully clothed. We ask that if you have any questions or concerns to please contact us so we can put you at ease and make your experience with us as relaxed and calm as possible.

Treatment & Therapy List

  • Hypnotherapy  for Fears, Phobias, Anxiety & Depression etc
  • Stop Smoking with Hypnotherapy
  • Gastric Band Weight Loss with Hypnotherapy
  • Past Life Regression with Hypnotherapy
  • Future Life Progression with Hypnotherapy
  • Sound & Energy Spirit  Healing
  • Emotional Energy Clearing
  • Kinesiology 
  • Allergy & Intolerance Testing through Kinesiology 
  • Energy Balance with Emotion Clearing & Goal Setting 
  • Usui & Angelic Reiki, also Distant Reiki
  • Personalised Sound & Energy Healing
  • Power Retrieval
  • Tarot/Oracle Card Readings
  • Workshops 


Contact Us


104 Station Road, Bagworth, Leicestershire, LE67 1BH, England

07545 002622

Open Hours

Open today

10:00 – 21:00

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Anxiety test....

Anxiety depression confidence hypnotherapy near you

             🤔Take the anxiety test🤔

Most days in this modern world, anxiety is a natural emotion we can all experience, it helps us to avoid danger and motivates us to solve problems, it can actually be useful.

But there are three factors that separate an anxiety disorder from everyday anxiety: its intensity, how long-lasting it is, and how much it interferes with someone’s life, work or relationship

General symptoms of anxiety.....

Anxiety effects the whole person: physical, psychological and behavioural.

👉 Physical effects

Palpitations, chest pain, rapid heartbeat, flushing
Hyperventilation, shortness of breath
Dizziness, headache, sweating, tingling and numbness
Choking, dry mouth, nausea, vomiting, urinary frequency
Muscle aches and pains (neck, shoulders and lower back usually), restlessness, tremor and shaking.

👉 Psychological effects

Unrealistic and/or excessive fear and worry
Mind racing or going blank
Decreased concentration and memory
Difficulty making decisions
Irritability, impatience, anger
Restlessness or feeling on edge, nervousness
Tiredness, sleep disturbances, vivid dreams
Unwanted unpleasant repetitive thoughts

👉 Behavioural effects

Avoidance of situation
Excessive checking and continual seeking of reassurance
Distress in social situations
Urge to escape situations

      ➡️➡️📈The Anxiety scale📉⬅️⬅️

How many of the following effect you?

Score 1 point for each one.

Most people have a score of average 1 to 4
If you have a higher score, you may have an anxiety disorder?
If so book a FREE consultation and find out how Maradels can help you to resolve that symptom once and for all, with a therapy that's right for you. 

1. Feeling you on edge?
2. Have you been worrying a lot?
3. Have you been irritable?
4. Difficulty relaxing?
5. Sleeping poorly?
6. Headaches or neckache?
7. Trembling, tingling, dizzy spells?
8. Worried about your health?
9. Difficulty falling asleep?
10. Rapid heart rate?
11. Heavy sweating?
12. Urinary frequency or diarrhoea
13. Feeling of panic or dread?