Recently I was in hospital for an operation, no one likes going to hospital however it was necessary and I believe that when you go through things like operations you can make your stay easier and less traumatic by surrounding yourself with nice things. I had a lovely picture my daughter had drawn by my bedside and my favourite teddy …
This week we spoke to Charlotte from The Perfect Pamper I firstly trained in Indian Head massage and continued my training with City College in Holistic therapies including: Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Swedish Massage. After completing this course I then went on to study Sports and remedial massage and The Southern School of Sports Massage. I have also trained in beauty …
But what about learning some massage techniques to do on each other at home, can that be beneficial to both partner’s wellbeing? Exciting new research has shown that giving a massage can be as beneficial as receiving one and that couples who give each other massage can improve their wellbeing. Researchers from Nothumbria University, Mrs. Sayui Naruse and Dr Mark …
This week we spoke to Getting to know Amy Taylor – Therapist, tutor and owner of Purple Turtle Therapy, Wellbeing and Academy
This week we spoke to Clare Everett our Pilates Teacher
This week we spoke to Lauren Deighton our resident psychosexual and relationship therapist For more information or to make a referral for sex and relationship therapy, please contact me on:
This week we spoke to Hilary Thompson, teacher Taijiwuxigong Hilary teaches Taijiwuxigong – spontaneous movement energy- work classes on Fridays’s at 10.30am click here for more info
This week we spoke to Clare Maddalena – Teacher and founder of LushTums. Clare teaches pregnancy and women’s yoga weekly at Purple Turtle Wellbeing – click here for more info
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Purple Turtle Therapy’s Top Ten Uses for Thyme Essential Oil
Traditionally we think of Thyme as being a culinary plant used as flavouring, a preservative and as a digestive stimulant. More recently it has been used in hospitals with alcohol as a natural antiseptic, antibacterial and anti viral cleaner. Find out how Thyme essential oil can help you beat the bugs this winter.