Covid Update: Hands-on and Online Treatments

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Covid Update: Nature To Nurture Treatments I hope that you, your family and friends are all safe and well. Everyone has been affected by the Covid pandemic to some degree and in many different ways. I really do care about my clients, it’s why I do what I do. Many of my regular clients I have been treating for years so feel I …

Self Care Online Treatments Available

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Self Care Online Treatments Available – An Alternative Choice To Hands-On Massage A self-management approach to persistent musculoskeletal pain can improve peoples’ quality of life, pain levels and the way they use health care resources (DeSilva 2011) Massage, Covid and Lockdown I am a positive person and I count my blessings as part of my daily meditation practice. So with …

Light: Sleep Advice During Covid-19

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Sleep – Things You Can Do To Improve It Sleep Zzzzz   We all want to be like this….         but often clients tell me that they’re more like this….   If you know why things work the way they do, you can see if your habits might be making things worse Amongst both clients and in …

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Coronavirus Covid-19 – Suspending Massage Treatments

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Nature To Nurture – Hope To Be Back Soon! I do hope that you & your loved ones are safe & well. I am very much thinking about all those affected by the current pandemic every day. As with so many who work face-to-face & have prolonged contact with people, under the current Covid-19 Government legislation it is currently illegal …

Covid-19 Update

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Covid-19: Update & Advice Hello everyone, In these difficult times I realise that you may well be worried about Covid-19. This is commonly being called Coronavirus, but as this actually refers to a group of viruses, I will use the specific name of Covid-19, you may also hear it called SARS-CoV-2. We find ourselves in a challenging situation that is changing ...

Scar Tissue Release – Effective New Technique

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Scar Tissue Release: MSTR® – relief for scars & muscles   “Scar Tissue: The effects of post-surgical scars on the human body cannot be underestimated. According to researchers Karel Lewit MD and Sarka Olsanka: ‘If the scar is…untreated, it may be the cause of therapeutic failure and recurrence.”  Source: “Clinical Importance of Active Scars: Abnormal Scars as a Cause of …

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Fertility, Pregnancy, Birth & Aromatherapy

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Collaboration with Dr. Lily Lai – Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Meeting at Liberty Tea Rooms Fertility is not a subject that I have written much about, tending to focus on aromatherapy & massage for pregnancy & birth. However, a recent meeting with my friend & colleague Dr. Lily Lai, a traditional Chinese Medical herbalist & Acupuncturist made me consider all …

Antenatal Massage: Birth & Natural Therapies

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Antenatal Therapist Collaboration – The Benefits for Clients Helping Each Other To Help Our Clients Antenatal Massage & Aromatherapy is a large part of my practice as fertility, birth & pregnancy have many aspects that can affect clients. At a time when many conventional medications can’t be used, they often consult me & my fellow complementary therapists for natural solutions for …

Birth & Natural Therapies: Aromatherapy

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Birth Therapist Collaboration – The Benefits for Clients Helping Each Other To Help Our Clients Birth, Fertility & Pregnancy have many aspects that can affect clients. At a time when many conventional medications can’t be used, they often consult me & my fellow complementary therapists for natural solutions for many issues, including fertility conceiving naturally conceiving through IVF & support throughout …

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Stress: Ways Treatments Help Number #1 Issue

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Stress: The Almost Universal Condition ‘So what’s the thing you see most often?’ … This is a question I have been asked so many times down my years as an aromatherapist & massage therapist. In the beginning I usually responded with physical issues. ‘Backache’ was my standard answer for the first year or so, then it morphed into ‘neck & …