Relaxation for you & your family, close to Bury St Edmunds & Stowmarket: Holiday news
Hello! I'm taking my annual sabbatical from Saturday 11th August and won't be back at work until Monday 10th September. I'm using the time to take a much needed holiday, doing some training and taking some exams (eek!), and preparing for a re-launch of the website with details about two new therapies I will be offering from September: Bowen and Ayuverdic Kansa Vatki Foot Massage.
I will still be checking work emails once a day (apart from when I am actually on holiday!), so please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about Reflexology, Reflexology for support with conception, Bowen or Ayuverdic Kansa Vatkie Foot Massage.
Have a great summer!
Relaxation for you & your family, close to Bury St Edmunds & Stowmarket
My passion is in enabling my clients to take a more holistic approach to their physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being using Reflexology and Relaxation techniques. I'm also in the process of training with the College of Bowen Studies to become a Bowen practitioner.
Close to Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket, Ipswich, Newmarket and Thetford, my treatment room is based in the beautiful village of Woolpit right in the heart of Suffolk and easily accessible from the A14.
My clients come to me for a variety of reasons; some because they need the time out to relax and recharge, but many because they are facing conditions or situations that they want support with, which may include:
- Support through their fertility, conception and pregnancy journeys
- Learning the importance of relaxation to their emotional, physical and mental health and well-being
- Alleviation of back pain, joint and / or muscle aches and pains
- An increased ability to deal with stress and anxiety
- Alleviating anxiety and stress in relation to invasive diagnostic procedures, e.g. bronchoscopy
- Improved digestive function - including constipation and IBS
- Alleviation of common childhood complaints including: colic, teething, headaches, tummy ache, and constipation
- Menopausal symptoms
- Alleviation of mood
- Improved sleep
By stimulating and massaging points on the feet or hands that correspond to points in the body, I work with your own body's ability to restore balance and harmony. A wonderfully relaxing therapeutic treatment, reflexology can have enormous positive benefits and transformative effects for everyone, from baby to adult. For some people the benefit can be as simple as relaxing, for others it can help with stress and anxiety, or specific issues like back pain or migraines. With fertility treatment on the NHS more difficult to obtain, many people are coming for conception / fertility reflexology, and are going on to use reflexology to help support them during their pregnancy journey.
As well as offering reflexology and fertility reflexology at my treatment room (close to Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket), I also offer Support through their fertility, conception and pregnancy journeys where you can learn about Gentle Touch™ Reflexology and other key techniques that you can use on your own family.
For more information click through to the links above, or contact me on 07715213392, or at [email protected]
Conception & Fertility Reflexology, Pregnancy and Birth
Reflexology and Relaxation Techniques can play an important role in supporting you through your fertility, conception, pregnancy and birthing journey.
Conception / Fertility Reflexology in Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket and surrounding area
If you are experiencing problems with conception or fertility then reflexology can provide a supportive role, helping to balance body and mind during your fertility and conception journey.
Many women find reflexology beneficial during pregnancy and in helping them prepare for birth.
For more information or a confidential chat on 07715213392, or at [email protected].
I am a member of the Assocation of Reflexologists and registered with the CNHC, the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, for my work as a Reflexologist.
I have studied Reflexology at West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds, Gentle Touch Reflexology with Sue Ricks, Relaxation Techniques with Nikki Durrant, and Fertility Reflexology, 'Reflexology supporting Conception', with Jackie James at Calming Influences. I'm also studying to be a Bowen practioner with the College of Bowen Studies - I'm always on the look out for people who are willing to be case studies, so please don't hesitate to contact me, or click for more information about @23.
I’ve always been interested in leading a more complementary life, one that takes into account a more holistic approach to health and well-being and a more sustainable approaching to living. As a Reflexologist you would think that I would have this nailed by now, but as a working mum I honestly struggle with how to do this in a way that fits in with and, most importantly, enhances the elements that already make up the reality of my everyday life. More often than not, ways in which I can live a more complementary life are presented to me as part of an immovable feast, a package that normally comes with soft white linens, lavender, some cooking ingredient I’ve never heard of, and mindfulness as part of the deal.
This Blog is really my exploration of what a complementary life might consist of, sharing ideas and suggestions, breaking it down into its key elements, making it easier to select the elements that will enable me, you, to lead a complementary life that enhances the realities of our own every-day lives.
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Right from the very beginning of the book Liz is completely honest about their journey into frugality and that being frugal that will not suit everyone, nor is it relevant to everyone:
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