A Unique Complementary Therapy Service

Circle of Comfort is a registered Scottish charity which offers reflexology, massage or aromatherapy treatments to people in Fife and Perthshire who are living with the side effects of cancer, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.

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Circle of Comfort

Offering complementary therapies to people in Fife and Perthshire who have been diagnosed with Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.

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Our Therapies

Clients are given their treatments in the comfort of their own home or in hospital free of charge, by one of our fully qualified therapists.

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How we help you

Any healthcare provider can refer a patient for this unique care. People can also seek our help by contacting us directly.

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Listen to a message from our Founder Roseann Haig

Today Circle of Comfort is managed by a voluntary Executive Committee of Trustees of which Roseann Haig is the Chairperson. We strive to keep our administration cost to a minimum and pride ourselves that a large percentage of money raised through fundraising goes directly towards the care of clients.

  • “The treatment has really helped over the weeks and made me feel stronger”

  • “The therapist was really great at making me feel relaxed and feel good about myself”

  • “Treatments like these mean the world to me. They have helped me feel good during a very uncertain, worrying and painful time”

  • “My therapist was wonderful. I wish I could have treatments every day”

  • “A fantastic service that not only improved me physically, it also helped from a wellbeing point of view”

Community based care

Our motto is “Giving our Time for You”. We are passionate about the services we provide and take every opportunity to raise awareness of our charity so more people can benefit from our therapy treatments.

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Our Supporters

Foundation Scotland

Coop Local Community Fund

Cobra Foundation

Carnegie Dunfermline Trust