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While we are enjoying the dry weather and sunshine this summer, for some it is miserable and uncomfortable. 20% of the population suffer from hayfever. Hayfever is an allergic reaction to pollen. The capillaries inside the nose and sinuses become inflamed and symptoms such as......

As many of us have children starting a new school term we are faced with an onslaught of germs and lurgies. There are ways I can help: 1) Reflexology By working the reflexes of the nervous and lymph systems I can help strengthen the immune......

I always say reflexology is like having a big hug so it is appropriate that I am into all things HYGGE. My sister always says my house must be cold as I have a penchant for blankets – fluffy, quilted and tartan! My best gifts......

I have been reading ‘Jog on Journal’ by Bella Mackie and it has made so much sense about the body and brain function better with exercise. It is written in a youthful style and is an honest account of the author’s battle with crippling anxiety.......

As I write this we are into our fourth week of lockdown and I am beginning to get into some sort of routine. I was devastated when I realised that my much-loved reflexology and massage treatment room would have to be shut down and have......

I would like to take this opportunity of suggesting a few ways you can embrace the time to relax and self-care.  We are now in Week 4 of lockdown and hopefully settling into some sort of routine.  I believe routine is key – we are......