• November newsletter

    November - The name comes from the Roman word 'novem' meaning nine, because it was the ninth month in their Roman calendar. Few people find November pleasant. The Anglo-Saxons called November 'Wind monath', because it was the time when the cold winds began to blow. They also called it 'Blod monath', because it was the time when cattle were slaughtered for winter food. The poet T.S. Elliot called it 'Sombre November'. Sir Walter Scott, in his long poem Marmion, wrote in 1808: November's sky is chill and drear, November's leaf is red and sear (withered)

    No sun - no moon!

    No morn - no noon -

    No dawn - no dusk - no proper time of day.

    No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful ease,

    No comfortable feel in any member -

    No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,

    No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds! -

    November!

    Thomas Hood

    The first week of November has always been a time of festivals and celebrations marking the end of the harvest and beginning of Winter.

    Stillness – the earth is covered in a quilt of leaves. All is quiet at the end of the cycle. A time for deep rest and peace.

    Hopefully you are not feeling sombre. But if you are here are some lovely ways to chill out, rest and restore.

    Zenflexology a new treatment released last month £40 (£6 off) Harnessing the energy of Quartz crystals, Reiki, Massage and Aromatherapy this hour and a half treatment will bliss you out for ages. The treatment is started with a head, neck and shoulder massage with aromatherapy oils, and then selected crystals are placed on and around the head. Using warmed rose quartz wands the feet are taken through a full reflexology massage

    Energy Zone £46 (£4 off)

    A fantastic combination of Sound Healing and Reiki. Utilising the magic of sacred sounds with quartz crystal singing bowls, Tibetan bowls, Tuning forks, Drum, Rain sticks, Ocean drum and percussion instruments you will float into a dream like state of relaxation for the first hour. Finishing your treatment with an energising and balancing Reiki hour.

    Himalayan salt facial £37 (£2 off)

    The Himalayas are the world’s most tranquil, serene, peaceful and undeveloped region; therefore the salt crystals mined from the foothills of the Himalayas are still pure and untouched by pollution. This amazing skin-nutritive facial uses five key products to infuse the skin with minerals, marine collagen, antioxidants, vitamins and omegas leaving it looking healthy, radiant and glowing. Salt stones are used within the treatment to tone and Detox. The treatment can easily be tailored to suit dry, normal, combination and even sensitive skins.

    Warm Bamboo Massage £2 off full body or back

    Originally from Asia and gaining popularity in the UK, this specialised massage technique uses smooth bamboo canes which are gently warmed to deeply stretch and massage the body. This unique massage releases muscle tension and tightness, improves the circulation and lymphatic flow to aid in detoxification of the body, has a regenerating and revitalising effect and leaves the body feeling deeply relaxed. Overall flexibility, balance and inner wellbeing are improved with specific pressure points being activated. Using aromatherapy oils or a lux warm candle wax treatment, the skin is left feeling silky and smooth.

    Full Body, Face & Scalp Massage..........75 minutes........£45

    Back, Neck, Shoulders, Face & Scalp.....50 minutes.........£33

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