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    What is Baby Reflex?

    Reflexology is not just for adults! Babies and toddlers can benefit from reflexology too. For younger children, it may help with issues concerning feeding and digestion, calming, sleeping or teething. It also offers a way for parents and grandparents to help babies and toddlers naturally by giving them the tools to do so. Susie Ray is a reflexologist who runs Baby Reflex workshops, so you can learn how to administer reflexology on your little ones at home. The workshops run for 4 weeks and cover feeding and digestion, sleeping and comforting and wellbeing. The last week is self care for mums or dads and to give time if anyone wants…

  • Practitioner Spotlight – Yani Wang – Traditional Chinese Medicine – London

    Yani has over 30 years’ clinical experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine originating in China and in the UK since 2004. She specialises in pain management, men and women’s health and stress related conditions. Yani has a passion for using her knowledge and professional skills to ensure her clients receive the best possible care.   Therapies practiced Acupuncture Acupressure Cupping Therapy Moxibustion Reflexology Tui Na Herbal Medicine   For more information about Yani and the conditions she treats, visit her listing and contact her here.   Are you ready for greater health and wellbeing? Search Holistic Room for qualified holistic health practitioners for your unique needs. Or if you have any questions…

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    Natural Remedies for Hay Fever Sufferers

    It’s that time of year again when many of us suffer with dreaded hay fever. Symptoms range from sneezing and coughing, a runny or blocked nose, itchy, red or watery eyes through to headaches leaving us feeling tired and searching for solutions.   Diet and Nutrition   If you don’t like the idea of popping pills to treat your symptoms, there are many natural options you can try. One option is to take a nutritional approach by changing your diet and incorporating more “low-histamine” foods to help ease symptoms. There is also a myriad of supplements that can address the symptoms such as vitamin c, which is a known natural…

  • Practitioner Spotlight – Susie Ray – Reflexology | Indian Head Massage, Bath & Frome, Somerset

    What therapies do you practice? Reflexology Indian Head Massage   What led you to do what you do? After trying many unfulfilling roles I took a break and was prompted to look into alternatives. Reflexology really resonated with me and having grown up with hormone issues and experienced subsequent fertility issues, it seems natural that this is the area I was drawn to and work the most in. I’ve studied many forms over the years and use a combination of techniques depending on the individual and their ailments. My specialisms are fertility, pregnancy, postnatal care and women’s health.   What’s the best thing about doing the work you do? I love…

  • Practitioner Spotlight – Katie Cheeseman – Reiki | Reflexology | Holistic Massage | EFT | Meditation | Crystal Healing – Guildford, Surrey

    What therapies do you practice? Reiki Reflexology Holistic Massage EFT Meditation Crystal Healing   What led you to do what you do? My journey began in holistic healing therapies back in 2007 with Reiki. I was so and was affected by the emotional impact and the positive effects of energy work that I decided to train further in a range of holistic treatments. I have studied both Reiki and Kundalini energies both these energies have inspired a range of very special signature massage treatments designed for total stress reduction and inner peace. I have also studied African energy massage with Carol Mathebula. Vunkuwa focuses on individual needs and health and balanced body. It…

  • New Practitioner Spotlight – Rodrigues Relaxation – Holistic Massage | Sports Massage | Reflexology | Indian Head Massage – Bristol

      What therapies do you practice? Holistic Massage Sports Massage Reflexology Indian Head Massage What led you to do what you do? My motivation to become a therapist was my love of people and the desire to help reduce clients’ stress levels. I enjoy various sports, such as sailing, swimming, yoga, boxing and tandem riding. The physical aspect and style of my massage makes being a massage therapist the perfect job. What’s the best thing about doing the work you do? There is no better job satisfaction than witnessing my clients change from a metaphorical cocoon into a butterfly during their treatment!                …

  • New Practitioner Spotlight – NU.U Therapy – Massage | Reflexology | Facials – Manchester City Centre & Trafford

      Therapies practised? Therapeutic Swedish Full Body Massage. Realignment Deep Tissue / Sports Massage Pure Bliss Aromatherapy Massage Restorative Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage Aromatherapy Facial and light Therapy Facial Recovering Legs Massage Relieving Pregnancy Massage Healing Indian Head Massage   What led you to do what you do? I studied Music Therapy in my last year of University and I wanted to find something holistic and be able to help people through therapy and massage therapy has given me a chance to progress in this field.   What’s the best thing about doing what you do? I find it very inspiring to be able to help others as practice of self-care…