"Ok, there's still a few months to go before 2021, what would I like to achieve by the time the new year comes?"
12 Oct 2020 | Empowered Living - Women's Wellbeing
30 Sep 2020 | Events - In Person Events
Join us for a blissful day of walking and art with like-minded women in the glorious town of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.
As the leaves begin to turn, start Autumn as you mean to go on by taking a nourishing and inspiring day just for you.
* This is a socially distanced event with limited places
You can buy tickets here.
We’ll start the day with a beautiful guided nature walk past allotments and wishing wells, alongside rivers and streams, across stepping stones and bridges and through meadows. Hear the sound of leaves crunching as we walk through National Trust woodland.
We’ll stop along the way at a wonderful riverside cafe in Gibson Mill for herb teas and hot chocolates and a chance to use the bathroom.
We’ll spend some quiet time in the woods ‘Forest Bathing’ and connecting with nature.
Spending time in nature fills us with happiness, wonder, calm, comfort and strength and brings us closer to who we really are.
We’ll arrive at our workshop in central Hebden Bridge where you’ll enjoy a nice rest and a nutritious warming vegan ...
24 Sep 2020 | Self-Care - Single Life - Solo Living - Women's Wellbeing
13 Sep 2020 | Self-Care - Women's Wellbeing
Last Friday, desperate for some physical human connection, I took a risk and went for a massage.
Pre COVID, semi-regular massages were part of my self-care routine.
I don't go to the beauty salon, I find the massages there a tad superficial. I seek out female masseuses who've studied the human body extensively and understand the mind-body connection.
I like a deep-tissue massage, often accompanied by alternative therapies such as Ayurveda or Aromatherapy. I've tried many alternative therapies over the years. If I hear of something new, I'll give it a go. I'm fascinated with the 'why' of things - how does it work, and why does it work? What can it offer me? So far I've experienced:
- Cranial Sacral Therapy
- Yoga Therapy
Medicine for the mind, body and soul
Alternative therapies aren't a replacement for Western medicine but can be useful for minor or chronic elements - things you wouldn't necessarily see the doctor about, alongside holistic wellbeing.
So I'm for alternative therapies in a big way. That said, I've had some poor experiences over the years, admittedly mainly in other parts of the world, but not always.
When you go to see a ...