Ladies, how often do you clear out your handbag of all the unnecessary “stuff” you take with you everywhere? We are all guilty of carrying everything but the kitchen sink in our bags…
Getting a good night’s sleep is something some of us only dream of! We all know that sleep is essential as it’s during this restful part of our daily cycle that our body’s cells repair and renew.
Are you in the habit of making New Year’s resolutions and then not keeping them? We’ve all been there of course; we set goals to lose weight, start a new exercise regime, or to stop procrastinating…
This week is Self-Care Week (12th – 18th November). With our busy lifestyles and never-ending to-do lists it can sometimes feel as if self-care and relaxation is some kind of unattainable goal.
My first Reflexology session was over 20 years ago following a recommendation from a family member. I had no particular health issue, it was purely for relaxation.
In today’s society life is fast and let’s face it stressful. We are juggling various commitments and a multitude of challenges are thrown at us on a daily basis. All of which can have a profound effect on our physical, emotional and mental health.
The sunshine has finally arrived and we are all dusting off our sandals at last. So how can we keep our feet healthy and feeling great?
Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could have a massage every day of the week? Sadly, most of us do not have the time or the money to indulge in quite such a regular massage routine, but we can make the most of our massage treatments by taking care of ourselves in between massages.
There are so many bugs and illnesses going around, I hope you are all managing to avoid them.
If you have no other plans how about running yourself a relaxing bath and take a breather...
Having a good stretch once or twice a day feels good and can help prevent injuries (flexible muscles can do more), improve your posture (and as a result help with back pain), increase blood and nutrients to your muscles, and help you to feel less stressed.