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The Common Cold

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Mar 6, 2017

We all have had a cold and they range from a sniffle for a few days to a blocked nose that makes it uncomfortable at night time. You end up not sleeping well, breathing through the mouth which dries it out. Many a time, even though I don’t often have a cold, have I laid…

Before and After Ultimate Facelift Workshop

Skin and Ageing well

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Feb 10, 2017

The longer we live in our skin the more it is exposed to the elements, the environment and our lifestyle. Skin is our largest organ it needs nurturing Treatments Many treatments are available to rejuvenate the skin, our largest organ. Many though introduce foreign substances into the deeper layers either numbing muscles or plumping them…

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Ultimate Facelift Workshop and Treatment

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Jan 7, 2017

Reflexology has been part of my life since 1999 when I became a practitioner. Since then, I have become more and more passionate as, daily, I see how clients benefit from a treatment. Adding Facial Reflexology to Foot Reflexology has added an exciting and totally new dimension to my practice. Results are clearly achieved on…

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Headaches and Migraines

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Dec 24, 2016

Headache and migraine sufferers know only too well how debilitating it can be to go through this period where it seems a whole army is running amok within the confines of the skull. There are many reasons why we have headaches and migraines, I will only cover a few here. Stress At high stressful times,…

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PMS and the debilitating PMDD

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Jul 10, 2016

“It can leave sufferers bedridden, unable to work and suicidal. But should extreme premenstrual syndrome be categorised as a mental disorder? Amy Molloy, The Age, 2 February 2014 “WHEN THAT TIME COMES AROUND, I CAN’T CONTROL MY BEHAVIOUR OR MY EMOTIONS.” This is the opening of an article in The Age about how PMS, in…

7 reasons to allow your child to walk barefoot

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | May 24, 2016

Children, and specifically very young children, like to walk barefoot. It is often difficult to get them to wear shoes. Isabel Gentil Garcia, professor of nursing, physiotherapy and podiatry at Complutense University in Madrid, did research in this area and found that children who were given the opportunity to walk barefoot were….smarter! Thanks to sensory…

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12 Signs of Ovulation To Be Aware Of

By Phil Druce | Mar 11, 2016

There are many signs of ovulation that you can use to determine when you are at your most fertile, but if you are not paying careful attention, you may mistake one of them as a sign of something else, such as implantation, pregnancy or a menstrual period. The key is to know your cycle inside…

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Realigning the Body

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Dec 16, 2015

We are generally too busy and preoccupied to consciously think about how we use our bodies, in particular how we stand. The following five steps are a guide on how to realign your body. Stand with the feet pointing straight forward or slightly inward. Realign the pelvis by simply squeezing your bottom with a very…

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PowerFingers’ benefits

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Dec 13, 2015

  We use our hands for so many tasks and most of us don’t think about it until there is a twitch, a pain or tightness. When hands are used beyond the day to day chores such as work, playing sport or a music instrument there is a high chance that some muscles are more…

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Carers and their needs

By Anne Hilarius-Ford | Oct 25, 2015

Carers look after loved ones who are not well,  from a few weeks through an illness to a few years when there is not much promise of a good outcome. No matter which part of the scale, it is an emotionally charged task. In that realm, it means there is a lot of emotional fatigue…