Healthy Living | Healthy Ageing

Exercise vs Movement

How amazing is it to move freely, walk where we need to go, dance when we want to dance, play with the dog, balance on one foot, jump and skip! ❤ 💕 I had a moment of revelation when I was in my early 20’s and you know, I can still myself in that exact…

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The body is forgiving :)

Did you know the body is forgiving? We still need to look after it though. It is a symbiosis: you give, it takes but you take, and it gives, take a bit more and it still keeps giving AND forgiving. There is an end to this though when we take too much. There is a…

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Reflexology Lymph Drainage RLD

Reflexology Lymph Drainage combines ancient wisdom and modern knowledge to work a body system discovered 200 years ago by Swedish scientist Olof Rudbeck but it was mostly ignored until 2016. It is found throughout the whole body, and according to the latest research this includes the brain. It distributes nutrients to all body parts and…

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Natural Facelift without invasive procedures

As we age, most of us see ourselves as still being around 35 years old. Researchers found that people over 70 years old feel 13 years younger. When very healthy and active, the gap between subjective age and actual age was even wider1. Looking in the mirror tells its own story My moment of truth…

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The Common Cold

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…

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Natural Facelift Workshop and Treatment

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

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

“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…

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7 reasons to allow your child to walk barefoot

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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