Air Element

Working with the Element of Air

By Heather / October 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

Following on from our recent blog about working with the Earth Element, as we’ve entered into the sign of Libra it seemed a good time to chat about the Air Element and what it means and how we can work with it. If your Sun or Moon sign is in Libra, Gemini or Aquarius you’ll…

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Treatment Couches

By Heather / August 28, 2019 / 0 Comments

Buying a new Massage Couch is great fun (or at least it is when you love being a massage therapist), let’s face it the tools of our trade are important and our treatment couch has to come at the top of the list for possibly the most expensive thing we buy. It has to meet…

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Working with the Earth Element

Working with the Element of Earth.

By Heather / August 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Many moons ago we looked at the Elements with Massage and Essential Oils.  All of the elements matter to each and every one of us, but we all have one which we connect with at a physical, emotional and soul level.  We thought we’d share with you our understandings of each Element, starting with the…

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water, hydration, water element

Water essential for life.

By Heather / June 27, 2019 / 0 Comments

Water With summer temperatures set to rise this weekend we are reminded to ensure that we all stay hydrated and drink plenty of water. Water can be both still or moving. If it’s moving it can signify going with the flow of life, too much can cause water-logging and can have a knock on effect…

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quiet times in business, therapy business, complementary therapies

Quiet Times in Business

By Heather / June 24, 2019 / 0 Comments

We’re heading very quickly into the Summer break in the UK. It can be a time when many therapists find their bookings ease up as clients are away on holiday or are busy with their children over the long school holiday. Of course, quiet times can be stressful to some, and a relief to others.…

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complementarytherapies, runningatrainingschool, teachingmassage

Career progression – becoming a CT Tutor.

By Heather / June 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

So you’re thinking about being a Tutor. This is often the next step Therapists consider after being in practice for a number of years.  It’s a truly rewarding career sharing your knowledge and experience, enabling others to follow their dream. Having founded a Training School for Complementary Therapies there are many aspects that need to…

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onsitemassage, corporatewellness, massageatwork

Massage in the Workplace – Benefits & Statistics

By Heather / June 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

As it’s Massage at work awareness week this week we thought we’d have a look at the benefits and statistics of having a Corporate Wellbeing Programme. It’s often easier to approach businesses about running a wellbeing programme if you’re armed with some statistics as well as being able to list the benefits. And, in most…

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essential oils, brexit blues

Brexit Blues? Essential Oils to the Rescue.

By Heather / May 27, 2019 / 0 Comments

We woke up this morning to a newsfeed full of Brexit posts and seemingly differing moods ranging from sorrow to despair, joy to frustration, obviously depending on which way you voted. Now, we’re not a political business and we don’t want to write about political issues but it seemed that we could help in a…

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water element, working with the elements, aromatherapy, therapy business

Working with the Elements

By Heather / May 7, 2019 / 1 Comment

Do you work with the Elements in your business? Elements are all around us, the Earth we stand on, the Air we breathe, the water we drink or bathe in and the Fire that keeps us warm. Our astrological signs are each associated with a different element and even the planets themselves are given an…

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women in business, therapy business, running a small business, support, find your tribe

Testing Times for Therapists

By Heather / April 28, 2019 / 0 Comments

Every once in a while during our time in practice as therapists we are faced with situations and circumstances that put our professionalism to the test. It can come in a number of situations, for example when a client discloses significant or underlying information that they’ve never expressed before. If it’s a deeply held issue…

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