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Jacky Stevens

Bach Flower remedies: How they can support and enhance Bowen therapy by Jacky Stevens BSc (hons) Cert ECBS MBTPA BFRP As a Bach Flower Registered Practitioner, I see on a daily basis the marvels of using these simple remedies for health, especially when using them alongside Bowen therapy. The impact of our emotions on our general state of... [read more]

Bahar Nagi

The lymphatic system is the sewer system of the body-often in trouble, but generally easy to fix. It removes excess fluids from the body tissues. It absorbs fatty acids and handles the subsequent transport of fats to the circulatory system. Why do we have a lymph system? * Part of bodys Defence mechanism* Prevents circulation of pathogens * Stores lymphocytes to... [read more]

Geoff Lamb

'They f*** you up, your mum and dad.They may not mean to, but they do.They fill you with the faults they had   And add some extra, just for you.' *So runs the poem by Phillip Larkin and this seems to be the basic belief behind a lot of therapy. However, many people - counsellors and clients - find... [read more]

Elayne Hibbert

On-Site or Seated Acupressure & Massage has become extremely popular and is suitable to take place at a host of venues and events, within the workplace and for individuals at home. The therapy is applied through the clothes and without oils which makes it especially appealing.  It is beneficial for upper and lower back, shoulders, neck,... [read more]

Roger Gilbert

I have learned a lot about effective communication from assertive training. Learning to be assertive is not about making sure that you always get your own way: that is the road to a lonely life!  Assertiveness is quite the opposite: an assertive person takes heed of other people’s feelings and opinions.  The way I think about assertiveness... [read more]

Patapia Tzotzoli

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Corinne Denham

Hay fever is one of the most common allergies and affects around 13 million people in the UK. Up to one in five people get affected at some point in their life. Some people may have hay fever seasonally when airborne pollens are at their peak.  Others suffer “hay fever” symptoms all year round (perennial allergic rhinitis).Many... [read more]

Tabitha Gale

Once we are caught up in the stress cycle, it can be difficult to come back down. If we have been dealing with a stressful situation for some time, we learn to respond in certain ways both mentally/emotionally and physically. Some of the signs you might be stressed Feeling overwhelmed Hyper-vigilance (being over sensitive to triggers /anxious/ on edge) Feeling... [read more]