In our busy lives and ever increasing stress levels, people are looking to complementary therapies to help them relax; reflexology is one such therapy. Reflexology uses an holistic approach to health, to help reduce stress and bring about a sense of wellbeing.
Well its February and Xmas seems a long and distant memory. We still want to lose the weight and have that model like body. Except we didn’t start out with one, so it’s going to take a lot more work to get there!!
We are constantly told that there is good cholesterol and bad cholesterol and that it cause heart disease. If it’s in the genes then there is nothing you can do about it. It is bad and that we should reduce it to designated levels at all costs but is this the whole story?
If you want to create healthy mindful habits around food, you have to be focused
That old dilemma! Well the research on sugar and fat has changed in recent years and appears to be the opposite of what we were once told.
Fermented foods used to be a staple in diets in our evolutionary past. In the days before refrigeration, foods were harvested and then fermented, or pickled for use throughout the winter. Fermented foods are laden with healthy bacteria which are benficial to our gut health.
Smoothies and juices are an excellent and efficient way of increasing your green vegetable and fruit intake. However, which is more beneficial?
As a Reflexologist I am often asked, what is Reflexology?
It was once an unknown therapy, however, in recent years Reflexology has become very popular, even being used as part of a complementary therapy package in palliative care. It aims to work with the body to keep it in balance and to help activate the body’s natural abilities to heal itself.
Reflexologists work holistically with their clients and aim to work alongside standard healthcare to promote better health for their clients.