There is an introduction to reiki course (reiki I) on the first Friday of March. Two places are still available if you would like to learn more about this simple, mindful practice: reiki-courses
Friday morning Early Bird Yoga returns at the end of April. There are already people booking in, which is a heartening response. If you want to join us, you can send me an email and/or book the first session via the online system. Here’s a link to the site page: friday-early-bird-yoga
From April, I will be offering Ayurvedic Massage. I will post some information nearer the time. It’s a really wonderful therapy to give and receive. I’m very excited to share it with you, I couldn’t resist letting you know!
And a huge thank you to clients and students who have written reviews for the booking page. I’m really grateful. If you have been coming to classes or for therapies and feel moved to leave a review, you just go on the booking page, click the review button in the left hand corner and enter the details.
That’s it for now. Happy Monday and see you very soon.
I’m putting together my schedule of classes, workshops and courses for 2019. I can’t figure out how to import the calendar so you just click on the menu and it magically appears; am working on it. In the meantime, do have a go at accessing the calendar via the calendar page and let me know how it goes: calendar
I have made three films, working out how to fit the whole me in the screen whilst being audible. I think I managed it with the last one but my phone froze and I disappeared to somewhere. I may need to update my phone … I am hoping to produce something for the Winter break and will let you know when it’s available.
Next week is the final lesson of term. We return in January on Wednesday the ninth. The first morning retreat of the year is Sunday, 17 February.
Reiki Spaces and Elemental Healing
I have added dates to the calender for reiki shares (evening), courses, workshops and equinox/solstice healing circles (daytime). I have them all planned but am still writing the pages for you to look through and see what grabs your attention.
I have moved from the futon to the massage couch. It seems I am heading towards the next phase of womanhood. I am experiencing a whole new balance of hormones and challenges and with that comes a need to accept the support the couch offers. If you are used to working with me on the futon, I hope you will be open to trying bodywork on the couch. (Discussion about perimenopause is completely optional.)
In other news, I am starting an Ayurvedic massage course in the New Year. I see this as part of my yoga and bodywork journey. This will also give the option of clothed and skin to skin massage. Will let you know how it goes and hopefully tempt you to a new bodywork experience.
A reminder that gift vouchers are available for individual appointments, courses of embodied therapy and yoga: gift-certificates
Michael Mosley seems to be everywhere. I’m really enjoying the programmes he is involved in. If you were at one of the Wednesday evening classes recently, here is a link to the programme where they look at the effect of massage on white blood cells. The massage in question looks like Swedish massage and is skin to skin. I’m not sure how this translates to clothed massage or the effect of massaging just the feet as in Reflexology. I would like to think that any therapeutic touch will elicit the same benefit. I’ve always told clients to choose the therapy they enjoy the most as this is the one that will be the most beneficial. What do you think? :
And the next programme was on last night. They look at the benefits of Tai Chi compared to Zumba and the results really are worth listening to. I know we do not do Tai Chi and I suspect a teacher from that tradition would be able to give an opinion on what is happening energetically and physically. But it makes you think about all mindful bodywork approaches …: