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This month's newsletter features tips on staying hydrated this summer. We need water to survive. Did you know that our bodies are made up mostly of water? It makes up nearly two-thirds of a man’s body and just over half of a woman’s. But why is water so important? It removes waste products from your body in urine, it lubricates your joints, transports nutrients around your body and controls your temperature.
Also featured is tips on meditation as well as the benefits of reflexology.
This month's newsletter highlights Men’s Health Week which took place earlier this month. It’s designed to give all boys and men access to the information, services and treatment they need to live healthier, longer and more fulfilling lives.
One man in five dies before he’s 65. It’s not just men in mid-life, it’s young men too. And the causes are not just physical, they can also be about mental health. The aim of the week is to promote awareness of male specific health issues as well as encouraging healthier lifestyles, and getting support when you need it.
This month's newsletter also features an article about the benefit of green tea. Dating back as far as 5,000 years ago, green tea is commonly drunk and grown in East Asia where the health properties are highly valued. It is made from the leaves and buds of the Camellia sinensis plant. Its full of antioxidant polyphenols which may help to protect our cells form damage and disease.
This month's newsletter features articles on how to look after your back as well as more information about why you should consider reflexology as a treatment.
1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem each year. It's Mental Health Awareness Week (9 to 15 May) and this year’s focus on loneliness is an opportunity to overcome some of the challenges that have been made worse by Covid-19. Loneliness has a huge impact on your mental and physical health. The Mental Health Foundation has published some practical step we can take to address loneliness.
Every 15 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with bowel cancer. April is bowel cancer awareness month, and my latest newsletter focuses on spotting the warning signs. Not everyone with symptoms will have bowel cancer but nearly everyone survives if it is caught at the earliest stage. Other articles include more about stress and how to manage it.
In this month's newsletter you can find articles on spotting the signs of prostate cancer as well as tips on the seven types of rest that we need. It's a challenging time for so many people at the moment. If you are feeling anxious or worried, or a little out of sorts, listed in this month's newsletter are 10 self-care mood boosting ideas, including reflexology.
Did you know your foot has 26 bones! And one quarter of your bones are in your feet There are 20 muscles in each foot and the soles of the feet have more than 700 nerve endings! Basically the feet have it all! Find out how reflexology can benefit you. I still have a few appointments left this month so please get in touch if you'd like to book an appointment.
Let's talk about kiwi fruit! In my latest newsletter Find out why kiwi fruit is so good for you, as well more about the reflexology foot map and why self-care is so important now,.
Have you heard of Tibetan singing bowls? A Tibetan singing bowl is a type of ‘bell’ that vibrates and produces a rich, deep tone when played. This sound is unique to that bowl’s history, shape, size, weight and dimension. They are also known as singing bowls or Himalayan bowls, and they are believed to be at least 3,000 years old. Tibetan singing bowls are said to promote relaxation and offer powerful healing properties. You can find out more about them in my latest newsletter. The newsletter also features an article on healthy habits.
My latest newsletter is now out. It features articles on boosting your wellbeing this winter and the benefits of getting more active too.
October's newsletter features articles on breathing exercises for reducing stress, and more details about being grounded and its benefits. There are also more details about a festive pamper and shopping event I will be at in November.
I've just published my latest newsletter featuring articles on how to reduce your carbon footprint by supporting World Vegetarian Day, why its harder to get up in the dark mornings as well as more about the modern day pioneers of reflexology.
This month sees us celebrate World Reflexology Week (20 to 26 September). Its been another difficult year for us and relieving stress and tension is just what we all need right now. Here is a reminder of some of the benefits reflexology could bring:
• Reducing stress
• Improving the immune system
• Improvements to mood and wellbeing
• Relieving tension
• Rebalancing the whole person
• Clearing blockages and facilitating energy flow
• Improvements to circulation
• Increasing energy
• Helping sleep
Read the latest Savanna Therapies newsletter featuring articles on self-care and Chakras.
I'm really pleased to tell you that I have passed my Indian Head Massage course and am now VTCT Level 3 qualified! To mark the occasion and to launch this new treatment at Savanna Therapies, I'm offering a 45 minute Indian Head Massage treatment including consultation for £20 in June (will be £25 from July). Contact me if you are interested.
Read the latest Savanna Therapies newsletter featuring news on the importance of fitness and nutrition as you get older, World Wellbeing Week and the benefits of Indian Head Massage.
Read the latest Savanna Therapies newsletter featuring top tips to boost healthy living this summer, more details about my Indian Head Massage training course, and benefits of reflexology.
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