Tamra Wychwood

Treatments are provided by myself, Tamra Wychwood, DipHE, RN, PRM, an existing qualified nurse, trained also as a reflexologist in 2012 by David Wayte of Jubilee College. My special interest lies in helping people with anxiety, stress, and women's health matters. I welcome people of all ages, gender and concerns however and I am competent in the full range of reflexology. I have full membership and indemnity insurance with Professional Reflexology - the mark of the highest standards of training and ethics achievable by a UK Reflexologist.

About Me

I live on a low-impact small holding in beautiful Cardigan, West Wales with my husband, daughter and son and a family of farm animals alongside. I have a passion for the country life, growing and producing my own food, creating beautiful herbal products and living in tune with nature. I also enjoy good food, a good book and the company of others. I have spent a lot of my adult life dreaming about and working towards living a more meaningful, peaceful and stress-free life. I value community spirit, support of local businesses, environmentalism, fair trade, animal welfare and equality between people.
Tamra in Garden

Daisy Daydream is the name of my business. The name represents my many months dreaming about what I want out of life and how I would like to help others. It also represents a time in my life where I went through a period of stress and had reflexology to help me through. I was so impressed by the positive effect it had on me I decided to train in the art myself. Reflexology is something I believe in profoundly and feel I am naturally talented at. I work using the information to hand, current research and with an element of intuition. I feel honoured to be able to help people through reflexology: to help people combat their own stresses, strains, periods of illness and challenges in life. My reflexology treatments allow people to daydream to their hearts content – in total peace and total relaxation.


I have worked as a Registered Nurse for the NHS and other private healthcare companies alike, for 18 years, and continue to keep up my clinical nursing skills. My positions in post-surgery, gynaecology and oncology really held my interest - especially, where stress, anxiety, pain and women's hormonal issues were concerned. I've had many comments from patients that my calm, encouraging and friendly nature helped them through their period of illness, and this made me decide I wanted to help people on a more personal level. I also came to realise that the best approaches to healthcare are not always 'conventional' or 'medical'. After having a course of Reflexology to help with my own anxiety and fertility issues I realised that this less conventional healthcare therapy was not only natural, but just as powerful as conventional medicine.

After training as a reflexologist in 2012, I worked as a mobile therapist and then at my own therapy room from March 2018 onwards. My most current training is with Maternity Reflexology and Mindfulness Reflexology. More info on these can be found in here

Professional Membership

I am a member of the leading Reflexology membership body 'Professional Reflexology'. Professional Reflexology Membership (PRM) is a mark of the highest standards of training, ethics and reflexology achievable by a UK Reflexologist.


I am currently in the process of creating a tranquil therapy garden. All the flowers and herbs grown here will be used in my skin care products, and clients will be allowed to access the garden and pond. You never know, on a warm summers day, maybe a lovely reflexology session in the garden rather than the studio might be in order! The picture below is of my calendula garden, and daughter - for cuteness :)
Cutie Pie