‘Being touched and caressed, being massaged is food for the infant. Food as necessary as minerals, vitamins and proteins.’ ~ Dr Frederick Leboyer Touch is the first sense to develop in utero and it is the last sense to leave us before we die. Research shows us that our sense of touch develops in the […]

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For thousands of years, people have searched for the meaning and beauty of life in music, painting, poetry and other arts. Now scientists are finding that the arts can benefit both your mental and physical health. Visiting a gallery is not simply about experiencing those things that make us feel better. It helps people to […]

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Calendula is a member of the daisy family, but it is not just a pretty face. Its uses are varied and date back millennia to ancient civilisations – testimony to the durability and integrity of this humble herb. Marigold, or Calendula, is one of the most versatile herbs on our good planet, and is popular […]

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Our foot features represent our life story. Lines, wrinkles, calluses, discolourations, swellings and indents are imprints of our emotional world – of the paths we have wandered and the experiences gained along the road. The feet convey a fascinating and unique message for the footologist and the client to share. As a little girl I […]

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Every individual, regardless of race, creed, colour, sex, or age, inherently has a set of values. We each have something we think is most important, second most important, third most important, and so on. We call this set of priorities a hierarchy of values. Our individual hierarchies determine how we sense the world, filter those […]

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