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About Sophia Kupse
Sophia Kupse is a leading pioneer in the treatment of stress using complementary medicine. With over 25 years’ knowledge and experience as a health expert & holistic Practitioner, she has developed a revolutionary treatment that goes beyond massage. As the founder of her breakthrough natural treatment, the ‘Langellotti Tri-Therapy’ or ‘LT Therapy’ as it is generally known, she brings together Eastern and Western medicine, combined with volcanic heat and ice marble, to successfully unlock stress and pain held in the neck, shoulders and back, by resetting muscle memory, releasing both mind and body.
This new revolutionary treatment brings fast, effective results with lasting benefits where other methods have failed to deliver. Named ‘The Muscle Whisperer’ by her army of fans globally, because of how she pinpoints with accuracy pain in the muscles, that link to negative thoughts, she is highly acclaimed by journalists and endorsed by Professionals. The clients she treats cover every genre, from housewives, professionals, sports players, to a fast-growing celebrity following, that include Liv Tyler.
She continues to research through her Master’s Degree how advanced complementary treatments can help care and improve conditions such as stress, back pain, heart disease, obesity, sleep disorders, Alzheimer’s disease, Dementia and more, by supporting charities such as Mental Health Research UK, MIND, Dementia UK, Alzheimer’s Research UK and the British Heart Foundation.
As an author of three bestselling health books, her work is well documented in the press such as Tatler, Vogue, the Daily Express and the Daily Mail. She writes for various journals, lifestyle magazines and articles for the media. Participates in talks on radio, more frequently on The Kay Adams Show for BBC Radio Scotland and presents at health exhibitions. She is a senior associate member of The Royal Society of Medicine and active member of CAM and the CThA.
Sophia Kupse – How my journey began……
I fell in love with natural medicine from the age of five, when I discovered that a simple dock leaf could heal a nettle sting. I always helped my father in his allotment, growing wildflowers and a variety of plants to heal mind and body. My passion for holistic medicine was deep-rooted having been brought up in a European household; my father was Hungarian, and my mother is Italian. My mother an amazing cook (who I learned my skills from) and incredible seamstress, went into nursing after the Bradford textile mills closed. My father left his studies in medicine during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution but always kept a strong belief in both conventional and natural medicine working together, a belief I would adopt. We would spend all our summer holidays in the 60’s 70’s and early 80’s, traveling Europe embracing new foods and various therapies, the best education you could get, I was ahead of my time and never knew it.
Constantly being told I was a natural healer in treating people both mentally and physically, (after a local office job brought me no satisfaction), fate moved me to retrain in a new direction. At the age of 24, a drunk driver almost killed me in a head-on collision on Christmas Eve 1987. Sustaining multiple head injuries and a damaged sciatic nerve, I defied the doctors and learned to walk again after 12 months of non-conventional treatment, using complementary therapies. It was this ‘life-changing’ experience that led me to work in the field of health and holistic medicine.
Building my knowledge……
Working as a freelance consultant for Likisma, showed me I had the right skills needed to teach, train & learn more about working with essential oils and plants. It gave me the confidence to stand in front of a group of people, sometimes over a hundred, to deliver what they needed in training. I had an excellent ability to organising people and made sure I delivered structured training courses so that people always reached their targets/goals. I had a good head for planning and executed my instructions in a fun, but easy way so that students felt inspired.
Over the years, I studied and learned multiple disciplines in complementary medicine and once my own business was established, my reputation grew amongst professional therapists. I received many enquiries from individual therapists who wanted to enhance their own skills in business. I set up my training academy and wrote three business courses which were approved by HABIA.
As the founder of LT therapy, I now run my main back pain clinic in Idle, on the Leeds/Bradford border in West Yorkshire. In 2012, I was offered the opportunity to run a second clinic in Harley Street London, so that my specialised therapy could be reached by clients from Central & South England as well as overseas. As my brand and client base grew, over the years, I became known as ‘The Muscle Whisperer’ based on my natural ability to understand muscles and the mind connection. Professional therapists who wanted to train in LT therapy contacted me and this led to the development of my LT training course.
I am currently studying an MSc Research Degree in Advanced Complementary Medicine and I am a senior associate member of ‘The Royal Society of Medicine.’ Complementary medicine is a fast-growing area where the public now spends over £200 million pounds a year on therapies and treatments. I still believe that contemporary and complementary medicine can work together. Understanding new advancements in this field of natural treatments are vital, to quash any negative perceptions that doctors have of complementary and alternative therapies. Supporting case studies and new findings with evidence-based medicine, will strengthen links between the two and at the same time, help people in the best possible way.