Scar Work

By Sally | November 22, 2017

A new form of scar therapy, the treatment I given without oils or creams, that has been shown to improve the feeling and functionality in the skin and surrounding areas. The connective tissue has better movement between the layers of fascia and muscle. ScarWork is the Original work of Sharon Wheeler. She discovered it in…

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Ever thought about cycling?

By Sally | January 15, 2015

Ever thought about cycling? But don’t have the confidence to give it a go? Local charity Life Cycle UK are offering Free cycle training for anyone who lives, works or studies in the Bournemouth Borough Council area! Life Cycle’s friendly and experienced Cycle Instructors support anyone who feels nervous about getting on a bike to…

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Almonds help us eat fewer calories

By Sally | January 10, 2015

A new study published in the European Journal of Nutrition found that a mid-morning snack of almonds helped control appetite and resulted in reduced calorie intake by the participants during the rest of the day. The study suggests that almonds may be an optimal snack by generating satiety (inhibition of hunger). The researchers investigated the…

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Winter Solstice

By Sally | December 18, 2014

Create Space for Magic this Winter Solstice The Winter Solstice falls on 21st December and is the shortest day and longest night. It is the peak of winter, a point of stillness and transition as we pause in readiness for the new sun that rises this day. From this day the sun grows in strength…

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UK herbal practice is in peril!!

By Sally | July 31, 2013

According to the European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (EHTPA), the Department of Health has failed to publish the draft legislation for Traditional Herbalists in England. If this legislation does not go through we may loss access to a wide range of herbal medicines and practitioners will loose the right to supply many herbal…

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