Trigger Point Massage ALL TIED UP IN KNOTS?

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By Luana Howes One of the most common questions I get asked in my clinics is, “what are knots?”. Have you ever reached back to your shoulder and found that aching spot that feels so nice when you dig your fingers into it? Yes, that is it! Those small sensitive areas of soft tissue are […]

WORRYING In WINTER

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By Emma Reed Many of us struggle through the winter months. Whether feeling low from the lack of light or worrying how to make ends meet over Christmas, periods of anxiety and depression* are common at this time of the year. One major challenge we face is our own impatience with those feelings. Of course […]

YELENI THERAPY & SUPPORT Complementary Health Centre & Charity – Where help is always at hand.

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By Nicky Heath Here at Yeleni Therapy & Support Complementary Health Centre & Charity we have supported nearly 350 cancer patients since our inception and are seeing more and more each year. The Centre continues to go from strength to strength, and in 2016 we were presented with a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This was […]

Julie Goodridge On BELIEFS

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Beliefs that we hold about ourselves are, a shocking amount of the time, not great.  A quick look at the level of mental health issues in teenagers shows that as a society we are not brilliant at thinking we are brilliant… at all!  There are many reasons that support these patterns, and they often  start […]

Recipe: AMERICAN RANCH SALAD

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This hearty vegetarian salad is full of flavour Serves: 2 Preparation time: 15 minutes  Cooking time: 15 minutes Ingredients: 2tsp oil 320g sweetcorn (frozen is fine) 400g can kidney beans, drained and rinsed 1 red pepper, cut into 1cm dice  75g mature Cheddar cheese, grated 1 Little Gem Lettuce, roughly torn (85g) 110g bag Baby Leaf […]