Clinic Blog

Massage for day to day stresses

I took some time out recently to sit still and read the paper at a local spa - not very often I do that. I read that more than ever we are now buying so many self-help books to try and deal with the stresses and anxieties of our hectic lifestyles. Massage, as an...

Purple Day

Purple day is the international day for #epilepsy and falls on 26 March each year. On this day, people across the globe come together to raise awareness of the condition and make a difference to the lives of people affected by epilepsy. To help raise awareness of the...

Post Massage Tips

Some things to consider following a sports/remedial massage – by Joanne Hendrie-Henderson • If coming straight from work bring comfortable clothes to change into afterwards. • Drinking plenty of water following a treatment will ensure you remain well hydrated and...

World Sleep Day

If you are having difficulty sleeping make sure you take regular exercise in the day, create a sleep friendly environment in the bedroom. A comfortable bed, pillows, temperature, covers and reduce light pollution, no phones, laptops, TV. Take a warm bath and have a...

Spring Equinox – Exercising Outdoors

Spring is nearly here, so with many half marathons and full marathons on the horizon make sure you arrive on that start line in tip-top condition. Have you factored in some pre-event massages, or planned to have a regular treatment in the lead up to the event as part...

Post Pregnancy Nutrition Advice

Life with a new-born baby is absolutely amazing and you treasure every moment, but let’s face it you can’t help but feel totally exhausted half the time. The good news is we are constantly exposed to an amazing energy source that will help keep you going and its...

Salt Awareness Week

This year salt awareness week is the 4-10th March. Many people know that a diet high in salt is bad for your health, as it can cause an increase in blood pressure which in turn increases risk of heart disease and stroke. However many people have admitted to not...

Lower Back Pain

Low back pain hinders as all at some point, in fact it is estimated that 80% of us will experience low back pain throughout our lifetime. Men and women are affected equally and the pain can range in intensity from a dull constant ache to sudden sharp pain. Low back...

Volunteering

Volunteering is a wonderful way to offer your time to help others. The benefits to you include utilising your skills or learning new ones, meeting new people, challenging yourself, making a difference to your community and others lives, benefiting your mental and...