How to deal with Stress at work
How to deal with Stress at work. Dealing with work Stress can be really hard. Figuring out ‘what to do when you are feeling stressed or in the process of Burnout can seem an impossible, even confusing task. With many therapists suggesting similar ways of dealing with Stress, you’d think that Stress related issues would […]
Pregnancy Reflexology. Pre-Conception To Birth (Inc Labour)
Pregnancy reflexology is specifically tailored to treat women at any stage from pre-conception to birth including labour, and even their babies. In the case of conception issues I combine reflexology with a conversation to treat both physical and emotional issues, this combination also proves invaluable for any fears or worries around your pregnancy or labour. […]
Foods That Boost Your Energy & Improve Your Stress Recovery
Stress is a big factor in our modern lives, and it can leave us feeling drained. Luckily, there are some simple things you can do to help relieve stress and boost your energy. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the best foods for improving your stress recovery, and how eating these foods can […]
What Does a Reiki Session Feel Like?
Each experience of Reiki healing is different, From person to person, session-to-session and sometimes even during a session. Some people experience a beautiful peaceful space and relaxation; others feel warmth; perhaps coolness, a tingling or a gentle flowing sensation. It is not unusual for people to become so relaxed that they fall asleep. Some clients experience intense emotions […]
Reflexology – more than a foot massage!
Reflexology is amazing, so much more than a foot massage! Reflexology can reduce your anxiety; aid your sleep, relieves foot pain or tension or the symptoms of plantar fasciitis, improve your sports performance. I am an ITEC qualified and CTHA insured reflexologist (since 2004). What is reflexology? Reflexology is a relaxing, non-invasive, complementary therapy which uses massage and shiatsu and acupressure to […]
Sports Injuries: Acute or Chronic
Sports injuries acute (recent) or chronic (longer than 6 weeks)are generally classified as either traumatic or overuse injuries. My physical therapy sessions address the painful conditions of Plantar Fasciitis, Shin Splints, Runners Knee, Cramp, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Achillies Tendonitis, IT Band Syndrome, Wrist Tendonitis, or Repetitive Stress Injuries, Sciatic Nerve Pain (Sciatica) Tennis Elbow & Golfers elbow […]
How To Treat A Sprained Ankle
Learn how to get fast relief with my step-by-step sprained ankle treatment process. I use a combination of techniques to provide effective solutions to treat PHYSICAL INJURIES and PAIN. Common causes and risk factors associated with ankle sprains include a lack of conditioning inadequate warm-up and stretching inadequate footwear training on uneven ground Lastly and most […]
How To Treat And Prevent Cramp & Muscle Spasms.
Discover what causes and how to prevent muscle cramps here! What is a Muscle Cramp and Spasm? Muscle cramps and muscle spasms are annoying conditions that involve a sudden, involuntary contraction and tightening of a muscle that will not immediately relax. Cramps can last anywhere from a few seconds to over 15 minutes and can […]
Rowing Treatments for Rowers & Kayakers
The most common pain + injuries I see when treating rowers + kayakers are injuries to the wrist, shoulders, knees and lower backs. It is incredibly easy to use and train the side from which you row, however, it is wise to remember that if you create strength on one side of the body […]