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Supporting Your Digestive System in Preparation for The Festive Season

Posted by Susan Fruhman

144 Days Ago

Supporting Your Digestive System in Preparation for The Festive Season Posted 2nd October 2017 |  News To date the roll of our digestive system has been totally underestimated. Unless it can digest and absorb nutrients efficiently, it is unlikely that we will achieve optimum health.   A U.K. survey of 500 people revealed that 1 in 10 suffers from heart burn,... [read more]


Posted by Maureen Anderson-Smith

220 Days Ago

September Migraine awareness week.   The World Health Organization reported that ‘Migraine is the third most common disease in the world with an estimated global prevalence of one in seven people.’   Aim of Migraine Awareness Week is to draw awareness and to build an understanding to this debilitating disease.   Three ways of looking at Migraine   ·         Tension headaches, this is the... [read more]

Chakra Balancing Massage

Posted by Sarah  Member Cma

366 Days Ago

Chakra Balancing Massage A popular blend of deep tissue massage around the neck back and feet and healing energy work which focuses on balancing the chakras; situated over and relating to most of the main endocrine glands in the body. In addition this massage incorporates aromatherapy oils.   The chakras are said to be like funnels of energy which run down... [read more]

What is Traditional Chinese Medicine and how does it work?

Posted by Jenny Swan

434 Days Ago

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of the most ancient systems of treatment known to mankind.  The origins of Chinese medicine date back at least 2,000 years ago when the first Chinese texts were written.  The fact that it still survives to this day gives credence to its efficacy. TCM offers a whole spectrum of treatments such... [read more]

World Spine Day: Traditional Thai Massage To Help Posture

Posted by Thai Kosai

557 Days Ago

Sunday 16th October is World Spine Day (no, we’re not making it up, see Running since 2012, the event has done a great deal to raise awareness of spinal health and spinal disorders. Its theme this year is “straighten up and move”, with a focus on improving posture and the importance of exercise. With that... [read more]

Advice on muscle pain at work

Posted by Richard Pearson

587 Days Ago

By now you’ve probably had your annual holiday. Or maybe you spent all summer at your desk holding the fort. Either way, you may have picked up an injury on a holiday activity or be suffering from pains from that office chair. Here are methods that will help a fast recovery. For injuries, remember RICE – Rest,... [read more]

Are You One Of The Walking Injured.

Posted by Steve Kirby

589 Days Ago

As a Sports Massage and Injury therapist , at my Injury Clinic Getfitstayfit Norfolk, I deal with some quite traumatic muscular injuries,  sometimes injuries that people have lived with for years , ” The walking Injured” these people are the ones that feel that their only option was to just live with it, they are regularly  having to take pain... [read more]

Massage and Neuromuscular Techniques work for our more mature clients

Posted by Steve Kirby

636 Days Ago

Following a fall, Edith sought help and advice from myself, with help from her daughter Lee. Edith had already been attended to by paramedics at the scene of her accident and medical staff in Accident & Emergency at the hospital who were pleased to report she had not suffered a fracture. She was allowed home with painkillers, but... [read more]

Massage is a necessity, not a luxury

Posted by Kristina Mendez Matejova

719 Days Ago

In my practice as a massage therapist I often hear my clients say: “It’s so nice to treat myself to a massage.”, “Massage is a nice treat for me.” and “I’ve been so busy, I decided to reward myself.” This can be somehow frustrating. As although massage is of itself an amazing experience and certainly feels... [read more]

Managing injury

Posted by Zoe Macpherson

727 Days Ago

8 weeks into a complex foot injury with the added pleasure of chronic pain has given me plenty of time to ponder on how best to help my situation. Here I share those reflections. I have analysed, scrutinised, laughed, cried, prayed, moaned, ranted, raved, slept and not slept, driven myself (and my husband) mad! I am... [read more]

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