• November Newsletter

    So I have put some treatments together this month

    Reflexology and ½ hour of Reiki - £50 (save £6)

    1 and ½ hours of Reiki £42 (save £14)

    Sound Healing and Reiki combined (called energy zone on my price list) £52 (save £3)

    Reflexology and Tuning forks – selecting one aspect of sound using tuning forks and combining with Reflexology £40

    Gong Reiki – again selecting an aspect of sound and bathing you in gong energy combed with Reiki £38 (save £2)

    Reiki drumming – lastly a drum and Reiki combination £39 (save £1)

    Also last month was very well received but didn’t manage to take advantage of all the treatments on offer, so repeated just for you.

    Kansa Reflexology

    The treatment is wonderfully relaxing and helps to balance body, mind and spirit. It starts with massage of the entire feet and lower legs (toes, feet, ankles, calves) which are encouraged to relax through the application of massage techniques carried out with the aid of coconut oil, ghee (clarified butter) or sesame oil. The treatment is performed with a Kansa wand which contains 3 metals copper, zinc and tin. Copper is thought to help in reducing pain and inflammation, zinc is thought to help in proper functioning of the digestive and immune systems while tin is believed to be helpful in digestion, relieving headaches and insomnia. Reflexology using warmed rose quartz wands continues the treatment focusing on the main energy points, these points may help to relieve certain conditions around the body and free the energy flow. The whole treatment is approx 1 hour 15 minutes..................... £42

    Sheer Bliss 1 – 15 mins Back massage and full holistic facial.........£45

    Sheer Bliss 2 – 30 mins back massage and mini facial.................£45

    Sacred Stone Facial

    Drawing on ancient healing and beauty secrets of Ayurveda, this treatment starts with massage of the feet with an organic oil which helps to eliminate inflammation from the body. The toes are then wrapped with hot basalt stones and tucked into booties, before the facial begins. The face is massaged with alternating hot and cold stones (called contrast hydrotherapy) to clear congestion and tone the skin. A mama point (Ayurvedic facial energy map) massage is also performed prior to application of a raw honey mask. Finally, specific healing crystals are placed on the face to balance the energy of the body. £38

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  • October Newsletter

    Hello everyone,

    A couple of people said that they didn’t receive last month’s newsletter. So apologies for that, hopefully it wasn’t all of you!

    This month is a mishmash of information which has come my way and I want to share with you. Plus details of a new treatment which I hope you will love.

    This time of year we need to be especially careful with looking after our bodies during the change in season. In Ayurvedia (the Indian view of science of life and longevity) we should be eating more root vegetables to draw energy from the earth in order to feel more grounded and adapt to the change in weather temperature. Using warming spices like ginger and turmeric to balance our digestion.

    I found a lovely cafe on Saturday and had something they call “fireside apple” Which was apple juice warmed with chopped ginger and honey. Delicious!!

    I love this time of year harvest and renewal. Take time to harvest energy to take you through the winter and plan ahead for development. I am researching some new training courses for myself, which of course you will all ultimately benefit. Plus I will be taking up the teaching mantle again. I had a break this year in order to complete my intense mediation course. Which was for my own personal evolution, and now I am really focused on helping people to move forward. So more news about Reiki courses at the end of this year.

    My favourite oils supplier posted a detailed overview of the essential oil of ginger, which I thought you might be interested in.

    With Ginger, the process of creating essential oils, which is normally enacted on the ‘higher’ plant centres like blossoms, seeds, fruits or leaves, has penetrated the ‘deeper’ energy centres of the plant, resulting in a plant that ‘blossoms from its roots’. This noble oil is far less hot or pungent than the ginger rhizome itself used in the ayurvedic cooking of India. During the long hours of distillation (10-15 hours) the raw material loses most of its sharp components (e.g. a phenolic substance called zingeron), leaving us with an oil high in sesquiterpenes (zinziberene, beta-bisabolene, beta-farnesene … ). These substances help to create a more balanced inner awareness and tranquillity of mind, and they are not caustic on the skin.

    Despite its relative mildness Ginger oil is nevertheless a good carminative and excellent to fight constipation, diarrhoea, intestinal cramps and flatulence. Together with Cinnamon it is a good ally against travel sickness. Ginger oil has also been found to have beneficial effects against human coronary diseases. It is a good remedy in cases of problems of the respiratory tract including bronchitis, coughs, catarrh, flu, sinusitis. The beneficial actions of ginger oil on rheumatism, arthritis and muscular pains are well documented.

    Ginger oil is well accepted by most skins types. Studies on the safety of it have shown that 4 % of it diluted in a carrier oil do not create any skin irritation. Ginger oil is good against skin impurities; it ‘has a soothing and mild effect on skin and soul, and when applied to the solar plexus, it gives inner comfort and psychological warmth which ‘rises from the belly’ (Ruth von Braunschweig). An excellent helper against nervous exhaustion and a major detoxifier, that gently kindles the digestive fire put under strain through bad food, stress and travelling.

    Soothing hand of Mother Earth warmed under fires of tropical suns.

    Finally about the new treatment. Back in May I introduced treatments using the Kansa wand. Which is an Ayurvedic massage tool made from bronze. The action of the wand brings about a feeling of deep relaxation and both energising at the same time. It is very detoxing also in its action. The Kansa reflexology and Kansa organic facial went down very well. So this month I turn the focus on Kansa Marma head massage.

    The head and face are first massaged with essential oils to kick start the relaxation process. Followed by a detailed marma massage routine using the wand and Marma oil. Ayurvedic treatment of the classical marma points (vital areas) and nadis (energy channels) in the body are routine in India. You can think of these vital areas as the junction points where consciousness is most closely related to the body. Marmas are sensitive and very powerful areas on the body which can be stimulated in a gentle but powerful way in order to remove blockages and stale energy, and enhance the flow of energy in the body.

    Sometimes there is confusion about the relationship between the Chakras and Marmas. In fact Chakras are energy centres located on the spine, while marmas are the points on the skin. The seven 'Mahamarma' points (important marma points) correspond with the seven Chakras. I shall be focusing on these seven Mahamarma points. £40 for 45 minute treatment. Introductory price £36

    Also the Supreme Zen-ness was very popular and well appreciated by many, so for October it is still available at the special price of £55 Plus I am adding in some Kansa wand massage into the mix too. A fully body massage using organic aromatherapy oils. Warm bamboo, Hot stones, Warm detox Himalayan stones, Kansa wand and Warmed gemstones on the face. Knock your body out with detox, lymphatic drainage, nurture and balance.

    Also on special this month

    Kansa Reflexology

    The treatment is wonderfully relaxing and helps to balance body, mind and spirit. It starts with massage of the entire feet and lower legs (toes, feet, ankles, calves) which are encouraged to relax through the application of massage techniques carried out with the aid of coconut oil, ghee (clarified butter) or sesame oil. The treatment is performed with a Kansa wand which contains 3 metals copper, zinc and tin. Copper is thought to help in reducing pain and inflammation, zinc is thought to help in proper functioning of the digestive and immune systems while tin is believed to be helpful in digestion, relieving headaches and insomnia. Reflexology using warmed rose quartz wands continues the treatment focusing on the main energy points, these points may help to relieve certain conditions around the body and free the energy flow. The whole treatment is approx 1 hour 15 minutes..................... £42

    Sheer Bliss 1 – 15 mins Back massage and full holistic facial.........£45

    Sheer Bliss 2 – 30 mins back massage and mini facial.................£45

    Sacred Stone Facial

    Drawing on ancient healing and beauty secrets of Ayurveda, this treatment starts with massage of the feet with an organic oil which helps to eliminate inflammation from the body. The toes are then wrapped with hot basalt stones and tucked into booties, before the facial begins. The face is massaged with alternating hot and cold stones (called contrast hydrotherapy) to clear congestion and tone the skin. A mama point (Ayurvedic facial energy map) massage is also performed prior to application of a raw honey mask. Finally, specific healing crystals are placed on the face to balance the energy of the body. £38

    1 ½ hours of Reiki - £40 (Saving you £11)

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  • September Newsletter

    Welcome back everyone. Thanks for being patient with me whilst I put the monthly newsletter on hold. I hope you’ve all had a lovely summer and holiday if you have been away.

    I am very rested and inspired following my 2 week meditation retreat. I am trusting in that my creative juices will start t flow and I will be offering new ways to relax and help you to find balance. So watch out for this over the next couple of months.

    I am kicking off with an idea for September. The bespoke treatment. Pick what you fancy from the list and I will put it together into a treatment.

    List A List B

    £50 per hour £45 per hour

    £60 hour ½ £55 hour ½

    Reflexology Reiki

    Hot stone back massage Crystal Healing

    Aromatherapy mini facial Sound Healing

    Indian Head massage Sonic Crystal Healing

    Hot stone mini facial Reflexology with tuning forks

    Warm bamboo back massage

    So the idea is that you choose up to 3 treatments from either list A or list B, if you want and hour treatment or 4 treatments if you want and hour and ½ and I will put it all together in one flowing session. You get to experience all your favourites rolled into one amazing treatment.

    Also the Supreme Zenness was very popular and well appreciated by many, so for September it is still available at the special price of £55 A fully body massage using organic aromatherapy oils. Warm bamboo, Hot stones, Warm detox Himalayan stones and Warmed gemstones on the face. Knock your body out with detox, lymphatic drainage, nurture and balance.

    Radio Frequency facial - tone, tighten and contour, plump and soften the skin - £60 (that’s £25 off!)

    Looking forward to seeing you.

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  • Summer Newsletter

    Summer Newsletter

    Hi all you gorgeous one’s. Just to say that I won’t be providing the monthly newsletter until September. Several reasons.. I am away for 2 weeks in June for my summer holibobs and also for 2 weeks in August for the final part of my meditation training. So it makes sense to issue a big one with lots of ideas for you to chillax.

    Don’t forget if you are flying yourself to book in for your hopi ear candle pre flight maintenance.

    The organic skincare and oils have gone down storm. I am so pleased I invested the extra money. My slogan should be “Because you are worth it” 

    So for June, July and August here are the offers.

    Sound Healing – take your mind on holiday and cleanse from the negativity that accumulates - £38

    Kansa wand Reflexology – detox, relax and energise - £40

    Kansa wand Facial – reduce acid, balance and tone the skin – organic burst - £40

    Organic facial – quench and feed the skin with all nature has to offer - £40

    Radio Frequency facial – tone, tighten and contour, plump and soften the skin - £60 (that’s £25 off!)

    Supreme Zen-ness – A fully body massage using organic aromatherapy oils. Warm bamboo, Hot stones, Warm detox Himalayan stones and Warmed gemstones on the face. Knock your body out with detox, lymphatic drainage, nurture and balance - £55

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  • May Newsletter - Kansa Wands

    Hi everyone and welcome to my newsletter if you’re new and thanks for returning if you are not.

    I am going to talk a little more about the new products that I introduced last month as well as reveal another two new treatments.

    Firstly the new oils which are organic are by a company called Oshadhi. 'Oshadhi' is a Sanskrit word, meaning 'healing plant'. The roots of the word literally mean 'carrier of light'; so the ancient people saw the healing plants as conveyors and transformers of the energy of the sun for the benefit of mankind.

    The Vedic culture of India possessed massive knowledge of aromatic plants and essential oils. In those times, great sages, skilled in the art of healing, gave the realm of healing plants the name 'Oshadhi' - bestower of light's energy.

    Oshadhi uses the regenerative power of plant oils in their natural, unadulterated form. The products stand for uncompromising purity, diversity and quality. The magic of Oshadhi essential oils - their outstanding therapeutic efficiency and depth of fragrance - stems of course from the plants themselves. The supplier ensures that each product contains the intelligence and healing power of the plant in its purest form. The oils are bottled without coming into contact with high energy electromagnetic fields, because this disturbs their subtle energy, and they play music to them all night. Everything is done to ensure that they the oils remain in their optimal therapeutic condition.

    The playing of music to the oils might sound a bit farfetched to you, but as a therapist who works with sound I know the energy of anything can be changed with the right sound.

    I hope you notice the difference in your treatments with the use of these powerhouse oils.

    The skincare used in the organic facial I released last month is also from Oshadhi. The products are equally sublime, all containing plants, oils and waters from the same source.

    Kansa wands

    What is Kansa?

    THE "HEALING BRONZE METAL" OF ANCIENT INDIA

    Kansa metal was first made in the Bronze Age approximately 5000 years ago, by the same people that developed the practices and principles of Ayurveda.

    The sacred metal alloy, Kansa, is made up the highest quality metal consisting of copper and tin (with minute traces of zinc) which is 99.96% pure and does not contain any nickel or lead.

    This ancient blend of metals is known in Ayurveda as the "Healing metal". Kansa was made into many healing implements, and said to be one of the most unique alloys known to human kind. It has been used for centuries in India to enhance health and strength, increase energy, and support general well-being and longevity.

    The healing ability of drinking and eating in Bronze vessels has been documented in both Ancient medicines and alternative medicines in recent times.

    In the western world Kansa is more widely known as "Bell metal" and is used for making Bells. They use this particular metal because of the soothing sound it makes.

    Kansa massagers are now fitted with a Rosewood handle for ease of use.

    The healing properties of the metal arise from massage using the wands and eating and drinking from Kansa dining ware. This has been documented in Ancient medicines as well as alternative medicines in recent times. Kansa massage has been practiced in India for centuries following the tried and trusted Ayurveda tradition.

    For many years Kansa cups (as they were known then, before they had a handle) were used to massage to promote health and well-being. Children's feet were massaged before bedtime to promote sleep, reduce stress and balance their energy levels.

    Ayurvedic Physicians often gave the family of their patients a Kansa cup to massage the patient at home.

    As soon as you experience the massage wand on your face, foot or body you will instantly feel more relaxed.

    They will help relieve stress levels, promote a better health and well-being to all and provide a more restful sleep.

    The benefits of massaging with Kansa Massage wands include:

    • Improved blood and lymph circulation

    • Enhanced lower limb mobility

    • Restores levels of Prana (energy)

    • Promotes sound sleep

    • Relieves eye strain

    • Relaxes tired feet

    • Improves digestion and gastric problems

    • Kansa contains no nickel or lead only pure Bronze 99.96%

    Other benefits of Kansa Wand Face Massage:

    • Revitalizes face, shoulder, and neck muscles

    • Gently lifts facial skin

    • Reduces face pain, head pain and tension

    • Reduces acidity

    • Detoxifying

    • Unifies body, mind and spirit

    WHY DOES THE SKIN TURN GREY WHEN USING THE KANSA MASSAGER?

    Kansa or Ancient Bronze (copper plus tin with a trace of zinc) is a very sensitive metal. Kansa is a very effective transmitter of electromagnetism and reacts positively when acidity is present. This is a very beneficial part of its use on the skin..

    The PRIMARY REASON for the greying effect is ACIDITY. The acidity reacts with the metal and creates a grey colour to the skin. When this happens, it is a positive action, and you are eliminating excess acid/toxins. Copper increases energy and tin removes any excess.

    The greyness doesn't occur with everyone and may only happen once in a while, it depends on your health levels, how hard your skin has been working and how the environment has affected it.

    Thanks to Haley the only UK supplier for allowing me to copy and paste the above information. https://www.kansawands.co.uk I was lucky enough to meet her and work with her on a training course we had both booked on in February. We swap many self treatment stories.....

    Warmed Ghee (clarified butter) or organic sesame oil is used on the feet to aid the movement of the wand and to increase the detox benefits.

    So this month I am introducing the Kansa wand facial and Kansa wand Reflexology.

    Kansa Reflexology

    The treatment is wonderfully relaxing and helps to balance body, mind and spirit. It begins by cleansing the feet with charcoal to start the deep cleansing effect. Then, slowly and methodically the entire feet and lower legs (toes, feet, ankles, calves) are encouraged to relax through the application of massage techniques carried out with the aid of coconut oil, ghee (clarified butter) or sesame oil. The treatment is performed with a Kansa wand which contains 3 metals copper, zinc and tin. Copper is thought to help in reducing pain and inflammation, zinc is thought to help in proper functioning of the digestive and immune systems while tin is believed to be helpful in digestion, relieving headaches and insomnia. Reflexology using warmed rose quartz wands continues the treatment focusing on the main energy points, these points may help to relieve certain conditions around the body and free the energy flow. The whole treatment is approx 1 hour 20 minutes £48 (introduced this month at £42)

    Kansa Organic Facial

    A beautiful healing treatment using only pure organic oils and plant extracts combined with massage using a Kansa wand made from pure Bronze, which includes the metals Copper, Tin and a trace amounts of Zinc. They have been used for many years with some fantastic health and wellness benefits. The skin becomes more hydrated, toned and you may see an improvement on fine lines. The treatment helps to reduce stress and provides a gentle face-lifting therapy. The Kansa wand provides gentle friction to facial muscles that helps draw acidity from the tissues. The whole treatment includes a scalp massage too and is approx 1 hour 10 minutes £45 (introduced this month at £40)

    Also on special offer this month.

    All things Ayurvedic

    Indian Head massage £35

    Indian champissage Facial £39

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