• January Newsletter

    At the beginning of the New Year, our thoughts often turn to letting go of the old, making new plans, and forming New Year’s resolutions. The New Year is our chance to reinvent ourselves, to take stock of what we have experienced over the past year and what we hope to welcome in as the seasons turn. Each year, with its incredible changes in the political climate, the economy, and encroaching environmental problems, turning within and finding our personal spiritual sustenance becomes all the more important, necessary even, to maintain a balanced and positive outlook as things, materially, may be crashing down around us. One of the best ways to begin our new year, a new project or plan or even one new day is by setting a clear intention. By taking time to do this very simple act, we can start to reprogram our entire lives with a positive outlook and clarity. As we move through life, often at a hectic pace, we may forget to stop for a moment and be quiet or still. To breathe even, really breathe, let alone set intentions. This is very important to begin cultivating in our life, in order to start accessing that stillness within. Setting aside a mere five minutes a day to simply breathe and be still is the first step to make before setting our intention. Choose a time in the morning or evening when you can be quiet for a few minutes to concentrate on your breath and then set your intention for the day or week or month. Make a habit of this, write your intention down and put it up where you can see it, allow it to become your mantra and then watch how it affects your life positively.

    If your mind does not feel clear then toxins within the body and nervous system are most likely the culprit. Starting a detox program is the best way first and foremost. Here are some suggestions.

    1) Chuck out the remaining chocolates.

    2) A day of smoothies or fruit veg only.

    3) Brush your entire body with a stiff brush to stimulate circulation

    4) Take a good bath soak in Epsom, Pink Himalayan or Dead sea salts

    5) Drink only water with a slice of lemon all day

    I can help with the following treats on special offer.

    Holistic Facial and Mini Back Massage - using pure essential oils to care for the skin and awaken the senses. Using specialist massage techniques to the face and scalp to stimulate and oxygenate, whilst bringing mind and body balance combined with a 20 minute hot stone back massage - £48

    GlycoRadiance AHA Treatment, As an alternative to microdermabrasion, this 40% glycolic acid treatment deeply exfoliates and clarifies the skin. It gently removes dead skin cells, stimulates cell renewal and restores luminosity and radiance to the skin. It also softens scar tissue and is therefore recommended for post acne scaring, hyper pigmentation and chloasma conditions - £36

    Radio Frequency facial – RF is one of the safest, least invasive and yet most effective anti-ageing treatment available to people of all skin colours. In our early 20’s we have plenty of collagen in our skin. However, with age our collagen production decreases, so that by the time we reach our mid 40’s it is barely in production and due to the lack of collagen we notice our skin loses elasticity, sags and forms lines and wrinkles. Using the very latest SkinFirst Radio Frequency equipment A single treatment can stimulate and declog the skin at the beginning of the year! - £70

    Detox the mind as well as calming the body with Reiki - Reiki is a tremendously powerful, natural and safe form of healing which can help with problems of any kind, physical, emotional or mental, and often succeeds where other treatments have failed. It is a natural form of hands on healing which is deeply relaxing and has a similar effect on the body and mind as meditation. The aim is to restore the natural energy balance of the body and mind. Take an hour and half for the price of an hour £35

    Full body massage with detox oil blend with 30 minutes of Reiki for true mind body balance £50

    Lastly if you have had a cold or the flu and are still feeling congested. Why not try a Hopi ear candle treatment. The hollow tubes are impregnated with a range of herbs to soothe and clear the head, nose, ears and throat. The treatment is completed with a facial, sinus and ear massage – I have also added in a mini Reflexology treatment too! £42

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  • December Newsletter

    Christmas is the season which engages the whole word in a conspiracy of love. Whatever you are doing I am hope you are warm and cosy and spend time with people you love.

    Here are this month’s offers.

    I have revamped the Total eye care treatment. Which was already fab now even better with the addition of Radio Frequency to tighten up an lift the skin around the eyes and help banish those bags... Minimises dark circles, fine lines, and reduces puffiness, includes a gentle exfoliation, decongesting pressure point massage, lymph drainage using advanced Radio Frequency and application of soothing collagen eye pads with CoQ10 £15 (save £3) rescue and revive your eyes

    Pre Xmas Stress buster treatment

    Hot stone back neck and shoulder massage with deep scalp massage and Reflexology! 70 minutes of balance £45

    Zenflexology again (due to popularity) Harnessing the energy of Quartz crystals, Reiki, Massage and Aromatherapy this hour and a quarter 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 £40 (save £5)

    Want to try the new Radio Frequency facial? I am offering free 15 minute taster sessions. Just ask for an appointment or add to your treatment if already booked in.

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    Also….15% off all gift vouchers this month. Why no treat a friend or member of your family to something special? Or get them to treat you.

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  • 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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  • October news

    Haven’t we had a fabulous summer? Which continues even now... Despite the unseasonal warm weather I am copying you in on an email I received this week. Advice from the Ayurvedic meditation centre I visit every year. Ayurvedia is the science of life and longevity, encompassing massage, diet, meditation, proper breathing, Yoga, herbs and Vedic architecture (healthy homes). So here for your benefit is a little advice on how to change your diet in accordance with the changing season.

    We measure out each year by its seasonal changes – the cold sleep of nature during winter, it’s re-awakening during spring, its full splendour during summer and the fruits bearing seeds of nature’s renewal during autumn. As summer changes to autumn, the sap of each tree begins to draw inwards. Bright green leaves gradually dry and become yellow, orange, red and brown, then they wither and fall.

    The fire element of summer withdraws and the air element starts to predominate. Winds blow a cooler, drier air. The life-force energy that Ayurveda calls Prana becomes more abundant in the atmosphere during autumn and one can enjoy bracing and reviving walks.

    The balancing of qualities

    Autumn has its own qualities as or Gunas and these are very similar to the qualities of Vata dosha*, the element in our body responsible for movement. The qualities of both autumn and Vata are erratic, rough, dry, windy, cool, light, subtle and clear. As it tends to increase these qualities in our body, autumn is considered part of the Vata season, which actually lasts until the beginning of January.

    To avoid going out of balance and creating the seeds of disease, those with a predominance of Vata need to pay particular attention to their how Vata dosha is affecting them. Constipation, dry skin, restlessness, insomnia, and anxiety are all tell-tale signs that Vata is high.

    Autumnal Dos and Don’ts

    But whatever Dosha predominates in your body, it is always wise to avoid or reduce activities, behaviours and foods that will increase Vata and favour those that balance the increased Vata in the environment.

    • Eating warm cooked food is the most important principle for everyone, during Vata season. Adding Organic Vata Churna (spice mix) to your meals helps balance Vata.

    • Warm drinks such as hot milk or Organic Vata Tea have an immediate balancing affect.

    • Avoid raw foods as these will increase the rough and cool Gunas, and in the case of raw cereal, the dry Guna. Freshly cooked warm foods are always best.

    • A little ghee, coconut oil or olive oil with your food, will help increase the unctuous and smooth Gunas. This will help balance those rough and dry qualities and immediately calm down restless Vata.

    • It’s good to always have a mixture of leaves/greens and root vegetable with your meals, but during autumn, and early winter, it is best to favour root vegetables. Root vegetables are heavier in quality than leaves and greens and this balances the light quality of Vata. They are also generally sweeter and less bitter, which helps balance Vata.

    • With our fast-paced lifestyle cold salads, dry cereals with cold milk or yoghurt, and cold sandwiches are often the foods of convenience, but they are also the types of foods that create Vata imbalance.

    • Avoid too much travel or change to your routine, as both will increase the erratic Guna inherent within Vata. Adopt a steady routine and get sufficient rest and sleep.

    • Avoid drafts and keep a hat and scarf on when you go out for a walk. Although long walks on windy autumn days can be exhilarating, they also increase the windy, cool, subtle and clear Gunas and will elevate Vata dosha.

    • If the weather is windy, it’s best to keep your window closed while sleeping or sleep will become light, erratic and disturbed.

    Try this and see how you feel

    For a few days, try the following and see how much better you feel:

    • Start the day with a warm stewed apple, along with porridge oats that is cooked in warm milk or water, with a little cinnamon, a pinch of salt and a few added raisins.

    • For lunch try a vegetable curry or try some warm, cooked vegetables with Organic Vata Churna added, rice with ghee, and mung dhal soup.

    • If you really need a snack, try dates or fresh fruit, or warm milk with some cardamom. Caffeinated drinks, such as coffee, are can be Vata-promoting and should be avoided.

    • Supper can include a warm vegetable soup with toast.

    • A cup of warm milk with a pinch of ginger and some sugar or honey is recommended before bed, for a sound sleep.

    Foods to favour during autumn

    During autumn, favour foods that are sweet, sour, and salty, but at the same time take care not to put Kapha and Pitta out of balance (see list of suggested foods on sidebar).

    Foods to reduce during autumn

    Cut down on, or avoid, dry cereals, iced or cold foods, barley, corn, buckwheat, rye, dried fruits (that are not soaked). Avoid sour fruits such as black currents, gooseberries, rhubarb and cranberries. Avoid raw salads.

    Foods to reduce during autumn

    Autumn is a transition period between the warmest and coldest seasons of the year and an important time to remove Ama (accumulated impurities) from the system.

    Vata Reducing Foods

    Fruits to Favour

    • Apples (cooked)

    • Prunes (soaked)

    • Raisins (soaked)

    • Bananas

    • Dates

    • Figs

    • Mangoes

    • Papayas

    • Avocados

    • Oranges

    • Tangerines

    • Grapefruit

    • Grapes

    • Lemons

    • Limes

    Vegetables to favour

    • Carrots

    • Beetroot

    • Sweet potatoes

    • Onions

    • Pumpkins

    • Squash

    • Ladies fingers

    Grains to favour

    • Basmati rice (white or brown)

    • Oats

    • Quinoa

    • Wheat

    • Amaranth

    Pulses to favour

    • Kidney Beans

    • Mung beans and dal

    • Urad dal

    • Miso

    Nuts and seeds to favour

    • All nuts and seeds are help reduce Vata

    Dairy to favour

    • Ghee

    • Butter

    • Cream

    • Milk (warm or hot)

    • Yogurt (best diluted with water and only taken at lunch)

    • Buttermilk

    • Cheese

    • Kefir

    • Sour Cream

    Animal products to favour (for non-vegetarians)

    • Eggs

    • Fish

    • Lobster

    • Oysters

    • Shrimp

    • Beef

    • Chicken

    • Crab

    • Duck

    • Turkey

    • Venison

    Oils to favour

    • Ghee

    • Coconut oil

    • Sesame oil

    • Olive oil

    • Almond oil

    • Safflower oil

    Sweeteners to favour

    • Raw Sugar

    • Jaggary sugar

    • Coconut sugar

    • Honey

    • Maple syrup

    • Molasses

    • Rice syrup

    Spices to favour

    • Ginger

    • Cumin

    • Coriander

    • Black Pepper

    • Cardamom

    • Cinnamon

    • Turmeric

    • Asafoetida (hing)

    • Garlic

    • Allspice

    • Paprika

    • Anise

    • Basil

    • Bay Leaf

    • Clove

    • Garlic

    • Mustard Seeds

    • Nutmeg

    • Oregano

    • Rosemary

    • Dill

    • Parsley

    • Saffron

    • Chillies

    I am swapping to sesame oil based massages to support the body in the transition to autumn and I also have a Vata massage oil which contains, sesame, Aswagandha, country mallow, aloe weed, lemon and Jasmine. It’s helpful for an overactive mind, insomnia, aches and pains and low immunity.

    How about some lovely suggestions for treatment? Ayurvedic ones!

    Indian head massage

    In India a traditional head massage practised by generations was an important feature of family life and maintenance of health. It consisted of a vigorous head massage and use of oils for hair health. It has now been westernised to incorporate the upper back, shoulders, arms, hands and face - the area’s most vulnerable to stress. By increasing oxygen and blood supply to the brain, mental fatigue, anxiety and stress are all relieved.

    Increased mobility and pain relief can also be achieved. A feeling of calmness and relaxation, dispersal of toxins from tense knotted muscles, stimulation of circulation and a higher level of alertness and concentration can all be achieved from regular treatment. If that is not all, improved scalp and hair condition, relief from eye-strain, tension headaches and migraine. Hot stones and essential oils are also used to enhance the psychological and physical benefits of this treatment - £34

    Indian Champissage (Natural face lift) Massage

    Based on the ayurvedic principals of energy balance. This unique treatment uses a combination of acupressure, polarity therapy, reiki and swedish style massage. The skin is polished with an oatmeal scrub which is a natural source of vitamin E and antioxidants. The mask is a natural honey and vitamin E base which has natural antiseptic and has skin softening qualities. As well as feeling terrifically balanced and calm your skin will be toned, smooth and radiant. A deep scalp massage using exotic oils is also included. There is a good chance you will feel beautiful on the inside too - £38

    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

    Or a firm favourite with many Reflexology with a 15 minute head neck and shoulder massage - £38

    Looking forward to seeing you and chillin you out.

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  • October news

    Haven’t we had a fabulous summer? Which continues even now... Despite the unseasonal warm weather I am copying you in on an email I received this week. Advice from the Ayurvedic meditation centre I visit every year. Ayurvedia is the science of life and longevity, encompassing massage, diet, meditation, proper breathing, Yoga, herbs and Vedic architecture (healthy homes). So here for your benefit is a little advice on how to change your diet in accordance with the changing season.

    We measure out each year by its seasonal changes – the cold sleep of nature during winter, it’s re-awakening during spring, its full splendour during summer and the fruits bearing seeds of nature’s renewal during autumn. As summer changes to autumn, the sap of each tree begins to draw inwards. Bright green leaves gradually dry and become yellow, orange, red and brown, then they wither and fall.

    The fire element of summer withdraws and the air element starts to predominate. Winds blow a cooler, drier air. The life-force energy that Ayurveda calls Prana becomes more abundant in the atmosphere during autumn and one can enjoy bracing and reviving walks.

    The balancing of qualities

    Autumn has its own qualities as or Gunas and these are very similar to the qualities of Vata dosha*, the element in our body responsible for movement. The qualities of both autumn and Vata are erratic, rough, dry, windy, cool, light, subtle and clear. As it tends to increase these qualities in our body, autumn is considered part of the Vata season, which actually lasts until the beginning of January.

    To avoid going out of balance and creating the seeds of disease, those with a predominance of Vata need to pay particular attention to their how Vata dosha is affecting them. Constipation, dry skin, restlessness, insomnia, and anxiety are all tell-tale signs that Vata is high.

    Autumnal Dos and Don’ts

    But whatever Dosha predominates in your body, it is always wise to avoid or reduce activities, behaviours and foods that will increase Vata and favour those that balance the increased Vata in the environment.

    • Eating warm cooked food is the most important principle for everyone, during Vata season. Adding Organic Vata Churna (spice mix) to your meals helps balance Vata.

    • Warm drinks such as hot milk or Organic Vata Tea have an immediate balancing affect.

    • Avoid raw foods as these will increase the rough and cool Gunas, and in the case of raw cereal, the dry Guna. Freshly cooked warm foods are always best.

    • A little ghee, coconut oil or olive oil with your food, will help increase the unctuous and smooth Gunas. This will help balance those rough and dry qualities and immediately calm down restless Vata.

    • It’s good to always have a mixture of leaves/greens and root vegetable with your meals, but during autumn, and early winter, it is best to favour root vegetables. Root vegetables are heavier in quality than leaves and greens and this balances the light quality of Vata. They are also generally sweeter and less bitter, which helps balance Vata.

    • With our fast-paced lifestyle cold salads, dry cereals with cold milk or yoghurt, and cold sandwiches are often the foods of convenience, but they are also the types of foods that create Vata imbalance.

    • Avoid too much travel or change to your routine, as both will increase the erratic Guna inherent within Vata. Adopt a steady routine and get sufficient rest and sleep.

    • Avoid drafts and keep a hat and scarf on when you go out for a walk. Although long walks on windy autumn days can be exhilarating, they also increase the windy, cool, subtle and clear Gunas and will elevate Vata dosha.

    • If the weather is windy, it’s best to keep your window closed while sleeping or sleep will become light, erratic and disturbed.

    Try this and see how you feel

    For a few days, try the following and see how much better you feel:

    • Start the day with a warm stewed apple, along with porridge oats that is cooked in warm milk or water, with a little cinnamon, a pinch of salt and a few added raisins.

    • For lunch try a vegetable curry or try some warm, cooked vegetables with Organic Vata Churna added, rice with ghee, and mung dhal soup.

    • If you really need a snack, try dates or fresh fruit, or warm milk with some cardamom. Caffeinated drinks, such as coffee, are can be Vata-promoting and should be avoided.

    • Supper can include a warm vegetable soup with toast.

    • A cup of warm milk with a pinch of ginger and some sugar or honey is recommended before bed, for a sound sleep.

    Foods to favour during autumn

    During autumn, favour foods that are sweet, sour, and salty, but at the same time take care not to put Kapha and Pitta out of balance (see list of suggested foods on sidebar).

    Foods to reduce during autumn

    Cut down on, or avoid, dry cereals, iced or cold foods, barley, corn, buckwheat, rye, dried fruits (that are not soaked). Avoid sour fruits such as black currents, gooseberries, rhubarb and cranberries. Avoid raw salads.

    Foods to reduce during autumn

    Autumn is a transition period between the warmest and coldest seasons of the year and an important time to remove Ama (accumulated impurities) from the system.

    Vata Reducing Foods

    Fruits to Favour

    • Apples (cooked)

    • Prunes (soaked)

    • Raisins (soaked)

    • Bananas

    • Dates

    • Figs

    • Mangoes

    • Papayas

    • Avocados

    • Oranges

    • Tangerines

    • Grapefruit

    • Grapes

    • Lemons

    • Limes

    Vegetables to favour

    • Carrots

    • Beetroot

    • Sweet potatoes

    • Onions

    • Pumpkins

    • Squash

    • Ladies fingers

    Grains to favour

    • Basmati rice (white or brown)

    • Oats

    • Quinoa

    • Wheat

    • Amaranth

    Pulses to favour

    • Kidney Beans

    • Mung beans and dal

    • Urad dal

    • Miso

    Nuts and seeds to favour

    • All nuts and seeds are help reduce Vata

    Dairy to favour

    • Ghee

    • Butter

    • Cream

    • Milk (warm or hot)

    • Yogurt (best diluted with water and only taken at lunch)

    • Buttermilk

    • Cheese

    • Kefir

    • Sour Cream

    Animal products to favour (for non-vegetarians)

    • Eggs

    • Fish

    • Lobster

    • Oysters

    • Shrimp

    • Beef

    • Chicken

    • Crab

    • Duck

    • Turkey

    • Venison

    Oils to favour

    • Ghee

    • Coconut oil

    • Sesame oil

    • Olive oil

    • Almond oil

    • Safflower oil

    Sweeteners to favour

    • Raw Sugar

    • Jaggary sugar

    • Coconut sugar

    • Honey

    • Maple syrup

    • Molasses

    • Rice syrup

    Spices to favour

    • Ginger

    • Cumin

    • Coriander

    • Black Pepper

    • Cardamom

    • Cinnamon

    • Turmeric

    • Asafoetida (hing)

    • Garlic

    • Allspice

    • Paprika

    • Anise

    • Basil

    • Bay Leaf

    • Clove

    • Garlic

    • Mustard Seeds

    • Nutmeg

    • Oregano

    • Rosemary

    • Dill

    • Parsley

    • Saffron

    • Chillies

    I am swapping to sesame oil based massages to support the body in the transition to autumn and I also have a Vata massage oil which contains, sesame, Aswagandha, country mallow, aloe weed, lemon and Jasmine. It’s helpful for an overactive mind, insomnia, aches and pains and low immunity.

    How about some lovely suggestions for treatment? Ayurvedic ones!

    Indian head massage

    In India a traditional head massage practised by generations was an important feature of family life and maintenance of health. It consisted of a vigorous head massage and use of oils for hair health. It has now been westernised to incorporate the upper back, shoulders, arms, hands and face - the area’s most vulnerable to stress. By increasing oxygen and blood supply to the brain, mental fatigue, anxiety and stress are all relieved.

    Increased mobility and pain relief can also be achieved. A feeling of calmness and relaxation, dispersal of toxins from tense knotted muscles, stimulation of circulation and a higher level of alertness and concentration can all be achieved from regular treatment. If that is not all, improved scalp and hair condition, relief from eye-strain, tension headaches and migraine. Hot stones and essential oils are also used to enhance the psychological and physical benefits of this treatment - £34

    Indian Champissage (Natural face lift) Massage

    Based on the ayurvedic principals of energy balance. This unique treatment uses a combination of acupressure, polarity therapy, reiki and swedish style massage. The skin is polished with an oatmeal scrub which is a natural source of vitamin E and antioxidants. The mask is a natural honey and vitamin E base which has natural antiseptic and has skin softening qualities. As well as feeling terrifically balanced and calm your skin will be toned, smooth and radiant. A deep scalp massage using exotic oils is also included. There is a good chance you will feel beautiful on the inside too - £38

    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

    As promised I have dreamed up a new treatment and I am calling it Zenflexology. It is based on a lovely reflexology treatment and head massage. Here it is in more detail.

    Zenflexology

    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 - £46

    Looking forward to seeing you and chillin you out.

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