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Reflex Clinical Therapies

Reflexology & Massage Therapies

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Connection to our Bodies

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Breathing Exercises

Posted on 21 April, 2021 at 0:25 Comments comments (3)

Breathing is powerful! It’s not only the way we keep our bodies functioning, but we can use it as a major influencing factor on our state of mind. Most of us don't breathe deeply enough, but the simple act of breathing correctly can help us reduce stress and tension.

 

 

 

Many holistic practitioners believe that breathing is the link between the physical body and the ethereal mind, and scientific studies have shown that correct breathing can help...

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My First Experience with Reflexology

Posted on 21 April, 2021 at 0:25 Comments comments (0)

My first experience with Reflexology was with a travel mate who had just finished a course and wanted to practice on her newfound backpacker friends.

Myself & a friend, Celeste, were travelling through South Africa and had just jumped off a plane from Sydney and onto a bus in Johannesburg to start our trek down to Cape Town. We had met Tammy and, altogether, started our socially charged journey.

Tammy had said “Can I practice on you two?” “Yep” we said...

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When was the last time you took your shoes off and felt the grass or sand under your feet?

Posted on 5 January, 2020 at 22:40 Comments comments (23)

When was the last time you took your shoes off and felt the grass or sand under your feet? Did you know that doing this not only helps you get in touch with the earth and nature (grounded) it allows your body to calm down and escape from the continual stress of our daily lives.

In our industrious world, we have been conditioned to think that if we are not “busy” or “achieving” we are less than successful. In turn, our bodies are constantly in the ‘...

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