Who we are

Full Circle Fund Therapies is an award-winning integrated medicine charity. We are dedicated to supporting the quality of life of children and adults being treated at St George’s Hospital, London.

We rely totally on donations to support this service and receive no government or NHS funding.

Latest project:

Connecting Reiki with Medicine

Being diagnosed with a life limiting condition can be a frightening and upsetting experience. Research suggests the value of integrating touch therapies such as Reiki into acute hospital settings.

We have introduced Reiki to support very sick children and adults, their carers and staff in areas of critical need at St George’s Hospital. From this, we plan to carry out well designed research studies to add to the evidence base into patients’ experience of Reiki.


Our initial target is to raise £90,000 to fund training, data gathering, data management, case studies plus the ongoing work of up to eight carefully selected and experienced Reiki practitioners. All practitioners first complete a voluntary six-month probationary period of induction, training, and mentored practice at St George’s and upon successful completion are asked to commit at least three years to the project thereafter.

Your support

Your support is needed to fund this pioneering hospital-based project.
All donations through the links on this website will be dedicated exclusively to the Connecting Reiki with Medicine programme at St George’s and to enable the roll out of the programme to other leading NHS hospitals and medical establishments elsewhere.

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Filmed at St George’s University Hospital’s NHS Foundation Trust

“Full Circle is delighted to be able to introduce Reiki to the therapies we provide at St George’s Hospital.”
Suzanne Ruggles, Founder Director, Full Circle Fund Therapies Charity

“Full Circle Fund has made a fantastic difference to the wellbeing of our patients”,
Professor Ted Gordon-Smith, MD, FRCP, FRCPath, FMedSci, Professor of Haematology, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust