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Hot Stone Reflexology trained by Sally Earlam

 

I only came across Hot Stone Reflexology recently and have been completely blown away by Sally Earlam’s training course which I completed in October. Quite simply it takes your reflexology treatment to another level.

This treatment has all the benefits Continue Reading

National Stress Awareness Day

  IT’s National Stress Awareness Day and like it or not most of us are rushing around trying to do half a dozen things at once. With a bit of time management and organisation, the chances are you can relieve some of that running about. However, if all those things that are keeping you busy… Continue Reading

Annie’s Bee Natural Massage Wax

When I first studied reflexology 18 years ago we were taught to use talc. Over the years this was discouraged and carrier oils were recommended. More recently I’ve been hearing about beeswax products. I’ve tried a few but have been put off by the odour so was pleased to recently come across ‘Annie’s Bee Natural… Continue Reading

And Relax…

  As our lives become busier and we try and fit more and more into each day it’s important to find ways to relax. Using the following simple hand massage techniques, based on hand reflexology, you should feel your breathing slow down Continue Reading

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Holistic and Beauty by Lucy Dempster

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Hot Stones ✔
Heated blanket✔
Heating on full✔
Hot drink✔
Warm oils✔

It's business as usual here.

However, if you don't feel safe driving in these snowy conditions then please just give me a call and I'll rearrange your appointment. Not a problem at all.

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I'm really benefiting from being a member of Association of Reflexologists as it provides information about lots of courses for my continued professional development.

I'm excited to begin a 20 week course about Common Health Conditions with Bridgewater and Taunton College. This covers arthritis, strokes, Parkinson's, dementia and sensory loss.

I'm also really looking forward to a weekend course in March with Sally Earlam where I'll be updating my reflexology skills in relation to pregnancy.

Looks like I've got a busy year ahead :)
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Hope everyone's having a relaxing weekend.

A few of you have asked when I'll be increasing my prices this year. As promised last April...there will be no price changes until April 2020 xx
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I hope everyone's settled into 2019 nicely 😊. I'm afraid I've limited free appointments in January and February so I'm closing my diary to new clients for a couple of months.

If you're an existing client or have a gift voucher please don't hesitate to get in touch xx
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