An Evening of Relaxation with The Organic Alchemist & Wylde Hands

27th March, 2024. 5.30pm-8pm, at First & Last

Choose a treatment from one of two talented therapists who will make you feel new as we move from Winter into Spring.

Worthing based therapist, Sarah Bradley of Wylde Hands will offer 20min facials. Aromatherapist, Katherine Snow from The Organic Alchemist with offer a 20min reflexology treatment.
Each treatment is £15 including a donation to Sussex Seabed Restoration. 

Treatments are bookable here.

Join us for nibbles and Prosecco.

About The Organic Alchemist

Each handcrafted product by The Organic Alchemist draws on years of holistic practice, scientific research, and a deep and abiding care for the planet. Every bespoke blend product is hand-crafted by Katherine, who never compromises on the quality of her ingredients.

In her 18 years as a massage therapist and reflexologist, Katherine has witnessed first-hand the benefits of a whole-person, natural approach to health. Addressing the unique skin concerns of hundreds of clients over the years, she began an in-depth study into the science behind the ingredients in skincare products.

We use as many certified 100% organic and fair-trade ingredients as possible, and every one is consciously and sustainably sourced. All our packaging materials are fully recyclable, helping to minimise our carbon footprint.

Our skincare is completely free from parabens, sodium lauryl sulphate, petroleum, mineral oil and synthetic dyes.

Katherine's Website

About Wylde Hands

Sarah Bradley uses variety of tools and methods that she has built into her practice over years of study and absorption of techniques she believes are beneficial for overall health.  Your skin will not always respond to the same products or treatment on a continued basis so her integrative approach reflects the waves of change with varied techniques to suit your skin needs as they present in the moment.

By combining lymphatic drainage sculpting fascial massage, temperature controlled tools, LED light therapy with seed-to-skin products we can see a positive outcome and give it the best look and feel for radiance inside and out.

Sarah's Website

About Sussex Seabed Restoration Project

At the heart of the Sussex coastline lies a remarkable endeavour to re-wild the kelp beds and restore the marine life that once thrived there. Inspired by the passion and dedication of Steve Allnutt, the founder of the Sussex Seabed Restoration Project (SSRP).  

Steve’s mission goes beyond just re-establishing the kelp beds; it extends to educating the local community and creating a network of passionate volunteers. Together, they aim to drive change and rebuild a vibrant and sustainable marine habitat. With techniques guided by the Kelp Restoration Alliance and the Kelp Restoration Guidebook, Steve has already made significant progress in harvesting and growing kelp spores for reintroduction along the Sussex coastline.

Find out more

First & Last on 27th March from 5.30-8pm.
Don't wish to book a treatment? Come along for a glass of Prosecco and try some balms and creams. We'd love to see you.


First & Last, 1 The Broadway, Brighton Road, Worthing BN11 3EG