Practicing mindfulness can have a wide range of benefits for physical and emotional wellbeing.  Mindfulness can be beneficial for almost everyone but can be particularly useful for:people experiencing chronic pain, people living with stress, anxiety or depression
and people wishing to live happier, more connected lives.



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Puffy, itchy watery eyes? Cough, sneezing, runny nose, wiped out? Hayfever.

I long for summer until that is that I remember that over the past few years I have developed hayfever. Yesterday I went for a long, windy bike ride and woke up with puffy eyes…it can take a few hours of cooling eye masks, facial yoga and acupuncture for them to get back to normal.

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Dear Ruth,

It is with great joy that I can announce the beautiful, safe and healthy arrival of our daughter. A much long awaited miracle we thought would never happen and I must offer my sincere gratitude to yourself for helping make this dream a reality.


After several upsetting disappointments, your empathy and professionalism together with your expertise helped and supported my health and lifestyle whilst balancing my emotional and physical well-being. Your immense skill as a practitioner in providing me with such a calming environment and supporting my hopes and dreams by fine-tuning my body to support and promote the IVF process.

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The dimpled, orange-peel skin characteristic of cellulite is not an illness but if you don’t like having it there are things you can do to reduce its appearance and prevent it forming.

Cellulite is the stagnation of fatty tissue commonly on the hips and thighs. I have had so many of my female clients complain of their cellulite – even thin ones – and have had enough happy clients that I have decided to advertise my bespoke, anti-cellulite acupuncture-cupping treatment programme.

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Self-care is essential to our wellbeing. If we don't look after ourselves, we have less to give, and giving it drains us even deeper.  Self-care can be simple, and quietly integrated into your daily life:


~ As you're driving, let your grip on the steering wheel soften to an easier hold, and let your head float on top of your neck rather than sticking your chin forward.

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Start 2018 by giving your face a detox.  Stress (including poor sleep & diet etc.) shows in our face causing eye bags, dull skin, puffy face and wrinkles. 


 
Gua Sha is a Chinese Medicine technique like Acupuncture.  It uses a buffalo horn or jade tool that is pressed and stroked over the skin to expel toxins, increase blood flow and help the lymphatic system.  Gua Sha draws toxicity out from the skin. It it a completely natural approach to healthy aging! 
Includes a head massage to release tight scalp muscles.

For more details contact Ruth 077 88 616 488 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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