When Can I Have a Pregnancy Massage?

By |November 2nd, 2017|

This is a question I often get asked not only by clients, but also by students when I teach the pregnancy massage and postnatal remedial therapy course for Burrell Education.  I’ll answer this important question below.

 

When is massage advised in pregnancy?

There have been lots of controversies around when pregnancy massage is advised and there are lots of […]

A unique postnatal recovery course in North Finchley!

By |October 12th, 2017|

A unique postnatal recovery course in North Finchley!

Working in a centre where women’s health is a big focus we knew that there was something missing in the local area. There are lots of courses designed for mums with baby as the main focus (which is amazing), but there wasn’t much at all around for new […]

What Does an Osteopath do?

By |October 5th, 2017|

Many of my patients who come to see me just think that I only treat backs.  Thankfully, after their initial appointment, they realise that Osteopaths can do so much more.

Osteopathy can treat and manage a variety of issues, pain or discomfort where it relates to the soft tissues, including bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and connective […]

Why is fermented food good for us?

By |September 28th, 2017|

It smells, it sometimes tastes a bit funny so why are these jars of bacteria good for us?

First of all, let’s discuss what fermentation is:

Fermentation is the breakdown of sugar into an acid or alcohol.

With vegetables this process is known as lacto (healthy bacteria lactobacillus) fermentation and when vegetables are sliced and soaked in a […]

So How Does Reflexology Actually Work?!

By |September 21st, 2017|

This is a question I am often asked by clients and the truth is there is no simple answer! I believe it works on several different levels meaning the benefits can be both deep and wide ranging.

The basic theory behind reflexology is that the whole body can be mapped out on the feet, with […]

Love your Coconut Oil

By |September 14th, 2017|

There has been a lot of talk lately about coconut oil and saturated fats being bad for us.I would have liked to say that it is debatable, that there are arguments on both sides and that it is advisable to learn the subject and make up your mind, but I don’t feel comfortable saying it […]

Client Question: What can I do to prevent muscle ache following exercise?

By |September 7th, 2017|

Answer: This is a great question, especially after the recent classes at One Fit Sony DADC! Let’s begin with what the aches actually mean before how to help them.

The post exercise muscle aches you experience is known as DOMS (Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness) and is often seen 24-48 hours after exercise but can be experienced up […]

Could it be Mercury?

By |August 14th, 2017|

From the start of my journey in Kinesiology back in 2010, I have seen my body, energies, mental strength and attitude going through major transformations. One of the major breakthrough was when, having a Kinesiology balance, my body showed the presence of heavy metal toxicity in the form of mercury.

I should perhaps have guessed something […]

Are these 6 Common Foods Good for Us?

By |June 28th, 2017|

When it comes to our health, diet and nutrition, it sometimes seems like an impossible mission. Yes, I want to eat better, feel better and look better. But the information out there is so confusing!

Fat is bad – no it’s good! Coffee is bad for you – but it has all these antioxidants that are […]

How Kinesiology can help with Injuries

By |June 28th, 2017|

Injuries are damages to the body. Accidents, falls, hits and other causes may cause them. Ankle sprains, root canals, mammograms, operations, tennis elbows are a short list of injuries that we may experience in a life time. When an area in the body is injured, the brain sends signals to the body to begin healing […]