Been at IQ Therapies in Alsager today supporting a Pamper and Yoga day where all treatments were a tenner and all funds raised go to Macmillan Cancer – brilliant day
G8 news from my local GP – green light to run a pilot with them providing Comp Therapies – will update when I know more, but thrilled that I can support my local community with these evidenced based therapies…and start to make a difference and support their wellbeing…
Been to Port Vale Football Club this morning for another
Business or breakfast networking seasion and to spread the word – focus on stress in the workplace and seated massage…
Instead if booking a sports massage a gentler massage incorporating essential oils aimed at supporting tired or overused muscles will be just as affected and will promote repair and flexibility. Interested? Then contact me for a consultation or more details.
Visited Blurton Community Hub this morning with the aim to provide therapies in the community – watch this space… If you think this is a good idea I would love to hear your thoughts….:-)
Good news just in – progress has started with working with local GP to help support local residents….:-)
Visiting Blurton Community hub next week with a view to offer a local clinic to people with a chronic condition who can’t make support groups or who have never been able to try Complementary therapies..;-)
Despite the introduction of Any Qualified Provider (AQP), patients are still not being given full choice in how they are treated.
There is a growing trend towards patients wanting to use complementary and alternative (CAM) therapies, with GMC and NICE guidance both accepting that the numbers of patients who use CAM therapies is steadily increasing.
Currently, 100 million EU citizens, 9 million of whom live in the UK, frequently use a CAM therapy to help them in their recovery.
The rationale behind any complementary, alternative or integrative/holistic treatment is exactly the same as conventional medicine: improving the health of the patient.
We want the government to hold a full debate on whether CAM Therapies should be made available free at the point of use under the NHS, in the same way that current treatment methods are funded and made accessible.
To access & register on petition click on the following link http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/52237
Supporting Hands will be offering Seated Massage at this years Betley show on 3rd August.
£8 for 10 minutes
The benefits of seated massage range from improved circulation, reduces stress, balances the bodies systems, invigorats and relaxes…
Come and see my and my fellow therapist for a Wellbeing massage – it will be the best 10 minutes you will have.
Aromatherapy products will also be avaialable to purchase to also support you wellbeing ranging fom £1.50 to £13…. come along and have a look….