Oct 22, 2018

Reflexology for women's health

Ladies, young, old and everything in between, helping you on your journey through womanhood with reflexology is something I feel passionate about. As females, we should feel celebrated, respected and supported.

The week before last I spent two training days on the Reflexology for Women’s Health training course with Hagar Basis of the Reflexology Academy, one of the UK’s most established reflexology practitioners and trainers. I shared those two days with a bunch of fabulous reflexologists and it was so great to swap ideas and practices.

I learnt a whole range of new techniques to support my female clients, from the onset of menstruation right through to post menopause. We covered reflexology for: in/fertility; pregnancy, labour and birth; the postnatal period and breastfeeding; peri-menopause/menopause; PMT, painful periods and irregular/lack of periods; endometriosis; UTIs; mental health...and much more.

Really looking forward to incorporating this into my treatments!

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May 9, 2019
Posted by: melanie

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.

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Mar 4, 2019
Posted by: melanie

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...

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Jan 28, 2019
Posted by: melanie

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. 

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