A new qualification in maternity reflexology
I've always treated pregnant ladies, and their babies too, even back when I was training as a reflexologist. It's an area of my work that I love as reflexology can bring so many benefits during pregnancy, and post-natally – check out my previous blog for more info on this.
Always keen to develop my understanding and practice I thought it was about time to formalise my experience, so last week I went to London and trained with the AOR maternity guru, Sally Earlam. Sally is a wealth of knowledge and I learnt so much on her fabulous course which I'm really excited to incorporate into my treatments!
I've now got three new maternity packages for expectatnt parents, Blossom, Bloom and Nourish, and Nurture for new mums. You can buy a package for yourself and they're perfect as a gift, perhaps for your partner, daughter, sister, colleague...? My website has more details and of course, please don't hesitate to get in touch if you'd like to find out more.
Earlier this week I spent a couple of hours at Enys Gardens in Penryn, near Falmouth, with a family friend from years ago. Looking at this beautiful carpet of bluebells was wonderfully soothing for my soul.
I'm a big fan of flaxseeds (also known as linseeds) and suggest to many of my clients to include them in their diet. Taste-neutral, cheap and simple to add to all kinds of meals, they have many health benefits. Here's a quick overview...
As a reflexologist, I've seen first hand how powerful the simple act of touch can be. The importance of this innate human connection can’t be underestimated; it's vital to our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.