“Paula has excellent customer service. Great compassion and knowledge in her field of reflexology and nutrition. She's driven in the pursuit of excellence (cpd) for all her clients with an easy, professional and gentle manner. Never had a reflexology session before, however I would do it again. Good luck for the future”
I sought Paula’s help when I was diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and having been given no direction whatsoever by my doctor, it was a breath of fresh air to talk to Paula. She explained very clearly what was happening to my body and then helped me with a strict elimination diet to heal my gut initially, along with some advice about stress management. When things improved, she helped me to understand how to best introduce foods back into the diet in a way that would maintain my gut health. It hasn’t been easy, but I couldn’t have done it without Paula’s support and expertise. She has always been very happy to answer my questions and she is extremely knowledgeable about nutrition, taking a very holistic approach, which has really helped me to feel better.
Cats don't drink coffee but humans do, so why are they always pictured together? An idle scroll through any social media page, or random search on google, often brings up cute pictures of cats and coffee mugs. There are sayings such as‘ Life is better with coffee, cats and books” or, ‘only my coffee and my cat understand me”. “Catpuccino anyone?” It’s clever marketing to say the least. We are relaxed by the sight of the cute cat and, by association, relaxed by a cup of coffee. Bingo, you are off to put the kettle on, or pop in to your nearest coffeehouse.
But why do we love it so much? Maybe we could learn from our feline friends.
We are living in unprecedented times, that stress can suppress our Immune System. The coronavirus known as COVID-19 is in the news and the entire world is under lockdown for a pandemic, the likes of which has never been seen before. People are being encouraged to stay at home in order to protect the NHS. There are constant updates in the news media channels, describing the negative impact of the virus. But is this helping us?