Resilience

RESILIENCE   Are you feeling resilience? Or overloaded, overwhelmed and anxious?     We are all on an emotional roller coaster.   Although, we can make choices to help us feel more in control and to reduce the ‘what if’s’ whizzing around in our heads.   Believe in your ability to cope. Try and be…

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Rest

I remember a friend asking me what I was going to do at the weekend. My response was ‘rest’. She went on to say she would feel ‘guilty’ if she wasn’t doing anything!   It is very common in my practice to hear from women who are constantly pushing themselves. They always say how great…

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Hip Pain

Sarah had been experiencing hip pain as a result of a horse riding accident. She had been speaking to a friend about her hip pain and she suggested  trying reflexology.   When she arrived she felt very sad, her mood was low. The cortisone injections she had been having were no longer working as well.…

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My Wellbeing

My wellbeing  A healthy well balanced diet. I notice my energy is so much better, quality sleep and my skin feels the benefits. Drink plenty of water and watch my sugar intake. But I still have treat’s every now and then.    Sleep I struggle if I have a lack of sleep, it reminds me…

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“Get Walking”

May is National Walking Month and a form of exercise which I really enjoy. Not only does it help you get fitter. It can help you emotionally to feel better. Perfect for fertility, pregnancy,  and helps our hormones and stress levels. What are the health benefits from walking: Improved mental/emotional wellbeing Helps our circulation Reduced…

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What does self-care mean to you?

This is self-care awareness week, this year is “Choose Self Care for Life” So what exactly is self-care? I regularly discuss with client’s the importance of self-care and what to do to help improve it. Self-care is about taking time out for yourself. Eating well, quality sleep, staying hydrated and exercising. We need to stay…

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Breathe

      When suffering with stress or anxiety it is important to look at how you are breathing. As part of the nervous system we have the sympathetic nervous system which is stimulated in the stress response and the parasympathetic system which is responsible for resting and regeneration. When in stress response, the sympathetic nervous system responds by breathing faster…

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