Providing a foot massage to a partner during this time of self-isolation could really help aid relaxation. It is time to introduce ‘self-care’ practices and will also allow you both to spend quality time together without any other distractions.
Humanity was not prepared for the coronavirus and this pandemic has affected the lives of all of us across the globe. Social distancing may be a hardship for some but there are a number of things you should be thankful for.
Relaxation is a really powerful coping skill that can be implemented when the storms of life go into hyperdrive! Now, more than ever, since the Coronavirus has graced us with its presence, all parents out there are forced to relearn. You must arm yourself with new coping skills. I am here to help you upskill, so you can help your children to stay calm and create a sense of peace during these turbulent and uncertain times.
No one takes time to care for their feet on a regular basis, let along gives themselves a foot massage. Those who spend no time on their feet, for health, are really missing a trick. It is time to introduce ‘self-care’ practices as we go into a time of self-isolating and social distancing.
Any kind of hip pain and discomfort can be detrimental to the quality of your life, at any given time. However hip pain, and I am talking from experience, is no fun.
In such a fast-paced life we are constantly looking for short-cuts and quick fixes when it comes to our bodies. The latest accessory to enter this market is the massage gun. Here are my thoughts…
Many people start running in an attempt to get fit ‘quick’, and usually as a New Years’ resolution of some sort. Well what most forget to do, is to consider their bodies biomechanics.
Deep tissue sports massage is crucial to ‘rebalancing’ and making ones’ body functional again. It was developed to help with any musculoskeletal issues, sports injuries, and strains. Over the last ten years, I have found that I use this type of massage the most with clients that visit my clinic.
I often see clients with chronic back pain, who have seen many other professionals, and yet they are still suffering in pain. More often than not, they explain that they have seen their G.P, only to be prescribed strong pain killers and referred for six sessions with a Physio. I don’t believe this is the answer. Continue reading
Now it really is a test of mindset, as to how you view this so-called ‘Blue Monday’. The way you perceive life will ultimately have a knock-on effect on how you feel about ‘Blue Monday’. Is there really such a thing? Or is it simply a social media ploy to get people interacting and engaging in a ‘negative’ way to form a community of ‘glass half empty’ people?