When it comes to external beauty itâ€™s not only our face and body that need attention, but also extremities where the sun hits first, especially our beloved hands.
Natural therapies are now being employed to enhance pain relief and bring comfort and peace to people in palliative care as well as for their friends and family.
With so many exotic styles of massage therapy to choose from, the challenge is finding the right one for you. Here are the facts to make your decision a little easier.
The thought of acupuncture may make some feel a little squeamish, but the Japanese technique uses incredibly fine needles or, even better, no needles at all.
This natural form of therapy can help you reconnect with your body and heal holistically.
Chinaâ€™s influence on wellness retreats is set to grow over the next few years. Have a sneak peek at the restorative treatments likely to be on spa and retreat menus around the world.
Time-honoured internal cleansing methods from around the world can be a part of your everyday life.
Carrying a baby is hard work and can often lead to back problems. The Feldenkrais method of body education has devised a series of movements that can re-educate your body to deal with this stress.
Alternative practitioners view a breech presentation differently from obstetricians. Their first instinct is to try different non-invasive ways to get the baby to turn.
After a hard day at work it can be hard to leave your frazzled state at the door and enter your home feeling calm and peaceful. Practicing Feldenkrais movement techniques can make this transition smooth and easy.
If you have chronic joint or back problems or perhaps a recent injury â€” or youâ€™re just not keen on the more vigorous types of massage â€” this gentle, underwater modality may be just what you need.
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