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Nerve Reflexology could help pain relief

Nerve Reflexology could help pain relief

It has been a little while since I’ve posted on the blog.  My excuse?  I’ve been busy applying the learning from 2 courses I attended in September and October.  Given that the one in September, ‘Supporting the Client in Pain with Nerve Reflexology’, was supposed to be...

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Do you listen to your body?

Do you listen to your body?

As we approach autumn, what you eat will most likely change from lighter and sometimes cold, to richer, and mostly hot, food (although my husband can never understand why soup is off the menu in some cafés during the summer months).  Will you notice the difference in...

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New Reflexology Techniques

New Reflexology Techniques

Palliative Refexology Last week, I trekked (well that’s what it felt like) to the other side of London where I attended a course entitled “Palliative Reflexology”, run by David Wayte at Jubilee College (jubileecollege.com). Had I twigged where the course was, and how...

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May Blog Post:  I Have A New Toy!

May Blog Post: I Have A New Toy!

At the weekend, I attended a course entitled “Save Your Thumbs”, run by Jackie James at Calming Influences (calminginfluences.com).  The course is designed to protect the reflexologist’s thumbs and fingers by incorporating the use of a Thai Massage stick to work some...

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April – Stress

April – Stress

What is Stress? Definition (The Chambers Dictionary app): 1. Strain; 2. A constraining influence; 3. Physical, emotional or mental pressure; 4. A disturbed physiological state resulting from being continually under emotional or mental pressure. I prefer a slightly...

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Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Sleep for Wellbeing Many people focus on diet and exercise, often sacrificing the one thing that has far reaching effects in terms of wellbeing, and that’s sleep. If you’re one of the lucky ones who drop off to sleep easily, your sleep is uninterrupted, and you wake...

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February – Love Your Gloves

February – Love Your Gloves

Coping with Raynaud's disease February is often one of the coldest months of the year.  Whilst, for most of us, this is an inconvenience, for those with a sluggish circulation system, or Raynaud’s -  it can actually be quite painful. Cold hands may make good pastry,...

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