Massage and asthma symptoms

By |January 3rd, 2017|

This post is a personal account of how massage therapy has helped relieve my asthma symptoms. I am not giving any medical advice (we leave that to your GP) or encouragement to replace medicine with massage, but I wanted to share my personal experience of how massage helped my asthma symptoms. Like everything, we always […]

Water – the best detoxifier!

By |January 3rd, 2017|

As a reflexologist I am always telling my clients to drink more water and if you are doing a detox this January after the feasting of the holidays, water should be an important part of your plan! It will improve your digestion and help your organs flush out the waste and toxins. Even without the […]

Kinesiotape in pregnancy

By |January 3rd, 2017|

In pregnancy, lots of things happen. Your posture changes, aches and pains appear where you never felt them before and after a while your bump begins to grow and can feel heavy.

This is all a part of the process, but any help to move and feel better is definitely a bonus!

When I completed my taping […]

Ten tips to help with injury recovery

By |November 2nd, 2016|

After recently fracturing my elbow I was left feeling anxious after being told I needed 6 weeks rest for recovery (not ideal as a remedial sports massage therapist and dancer). After a few days of bewilderment I decided to change my attitude and do all that I could to help my body go through the […]

The Difference between a Holistic Massage and our Wellbeing Massage

By |November 1st, 2016|

Most people love a good massage; whether its a deep tissue, holistic, Swedish and even sports massage; generally they make us feel amazing!

This was a question asked by a new client recently. They had heard of all of the above and wanted to know what our wellbeing massage really is and which box does it […]

Reflexology for Post Natal Recovery

By |October 27th, 2016|

The postnatal period immediately after birth is often referred to as the fourth trimester and the mother should be treated with as much care and importance as she is during pregnancy. The body has undergone immense challenges and changes both during pregnancy and the birthing process, whatever kind of birth you have had, and is […]

Why dancers should get a sports massage

By |October 25th, 2016|

As a professional dancer having trained at Laban conservatoire, I know the demands that professional training can have on the body, and why sports massage for dancers is essential. It can help you to manage and prevent injuries aiming to get you back into class as soon as possible.

Here are a few reasons why sports massage […]

Benefits of reflexology in pregnancy

By |September 28th, 2016|

Sometimes people are unsure when it comes having reflexology in pregnancy. Here are some of the benefits why mums to be should have reflexology.

Reflexology is a safe, effective and deeply relaxing treatment that uses various manual techniques to access and affect the whole body through the feet.

Regular treatment provides valuable mental, physical and emotional support […]

Being outdoors and less stressed

By |September 20th, 2016|

After living in London for many years, I decided to make a change and move a little further out to Hertfordshire. Growing up in Shropshire meant I always had access to greenery and missed it living in North London.

Since I have moved, my stress levels have reduced and found other types of traffic!

Being in love […]

Sports Massage and Cycling

By |August 30th, 2016|

This weekend we were providing therapy at the Hertfordshire100 event with SportiveUK. Find out how sports massage and cycling are a great combination.

It was a road cycling event with three different distances; 100 miles, 100 kilometres and 32 miles.

This weekend’s event was less windy, and we used our brand new event shelter! At least we […]