Meditation

There are so many different types of meditation. Some contain movement; some contain stillness. Some have breathing practices; some have visualisations. Some have eyes open, some closed. The common element is focus. Key benefits of regular meditation include: stress reduction, sleep improvement, sense of wellbeing, less emotional ups and downs, increased resilience, better concentration, clearer thought patterns. As the mind stills, with regular meditation practice, it is able to recognise when it is wandering. At this point we can direct it back gently to the focus ...

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World Reflexology Week

World reflexology week this year is 19th-25th September 2022. It will be a great opportunity for me to raise money for a charity close to my heart. Penny Brohn UK support adults receiving treatment for cancer. Based in Bristol, they have a beautiful hall and grounds for retreats, meals and a small shop. They also have a huge website full of resources, weekly zoom classes in many topics, webinars and more. Each reflexology treatment in that week will be donated in it's entirety to the Penny Brohn UK charity. Book in advance to ensure your space. You can also donate ...

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Baby reflexology course

Wouldn't it be great if you could help your little one to feel calm and relaxed, ease discomfort during illness, and gently persuade them to sleep, all by "playing" with their feet?

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Reflexology

What is Reflexology? You may have heard people talking about this complementary therapy, but actually are unsure what is reflexology. I will attempt to describe it for you here. Reflexology is a special kind of massage on the feet, hands or face. Points and areas are pressed and gently held or 'finger-walked' to balance and soothe the body. This brings about a deep state of relaxation and encourages homoeostasis. I work with a gentle, but not light, pressure, which can also vary as I move around the feet. Over 7000 nerve endings are in the feet alone. Based on ...

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