Come along to an online class and give it a go. Your first session is free and then the fee is £5. The classes run weekly on Monday Evenings and Thursday afternoons via Zoom and you don’t have to commit every week. It is entirely up to you.
Call/ text Nicola Robinson 07885 758196 Email: email@example.com
To be Mindful means to be aware of the present moment, without your mind chattering away and distracting you with thoughts about something that happened in the past or something that might happen in the future.
The mind rarely stays in the present moment. Take a moment to ask yourself “Where does my mind mostly take me and how does it make me feel”
Mindfulness offers a selection of Relaxation Techniques of Breathing, Body awareness, awareness of feeling, sensations and mood.
Mindfulness is a practical skill that lends itself to supporting growth and personal development in daily life, from the age of 4 to 104.
Mindfulness is not a Religion or Spiritual Practice.
‘When the student is ready the teacher will appear’
What is Reiki?
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by ‘laying on hands’ and is based on the idea that an unseen ‘life force energy’ flows through
us and is what causes us to be alive.
If one's ‘life force energy’ is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.
The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means ‘God's Wisdom or the Higher Power’ and Ki which is ‘life force energy’. So Reiki is actually ‘spiritually guided life force energy"
Reiki is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use.
It has been effective in helping virtually every known illness and malady and always creates a beneficial effect.
It also works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery.
Graham Tyrrel Dip.Hyp is a renowned certified Hypnotherapist.
Mind-healing, habit-halting, confidence-boosting Hypnotherapy.
Unlocking the capabilities of your mind with tried and tested, qualified hypnotherapy.
Hypnotherapy is a type of alternative medicine in which hypnosis is used to create a state of focused attention and increased suggestibility during which positive suggestions and guided imagery are used to help individuals deal with a variety of concerns and issues.
As defined by the NHS:
Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to try to treat conditions or change habits.
How can it help you?
Hypnotherapy can be used to address a variety of personal circumstances and negative habits that you may want to overcome.
Graham can help you with:
Smoking Cessation - Weight Loss - Phobias
Anxiety - Depression - Confidence
Past Trauma - PTSD
Hypnosis, or hypnotherapy uses guided relaxation, intense concentration.
It is focused attention to achieve a heightened state of awareness that is sometimes called a trance.
The person's attention is so focused while in this state that anything going on around the person is temporarily blocked out or ignored.
In this naturally occurring state, a person may focus his or her attention on specific thoughts or tasks.
£250.00 per couple
Face to face twelve hours over two sessions.
£150.00 per couple
Over zoom in four, two-hour sessions.
In association with Intuitive Birthing East Anglia, several sessions and classes are available for expectant parents. There are also several services available for after the new delivery.
"The Birth of your baby, the most magical time!"
Although IBEA was set up for pregnancy and is still our primary focus, most of the services, therapies and sessions we offer can be extremely beneficial for all.
Hypnobirthing / Hypnotherapy
Rahanni Celestial Healing
Birthing Preparation Classes
Three Step Rewind (PTSD)
Birthing Pool Hire
For more information on these sessions and classes, please contact:
Parkinson's develops when cells in the brain stop working properly and are lost over time. These brain cells produce a chemical called dopamine. Symptoms start to appear when the brain cannot make enough dopamine to control movement properly.
There are three main or most noticeable symptoms are:
· Tremor (shaking)
· Slowness of movement
· Rigidity (muscle stiffness)
But there are many other symptoms too. (This information found via the link below) https://www.parkinsons.org.uk/information-and-support/types-parkinsonism
How can Massage Therapy help and what is it?
Many people over thousands of years have used massage therapy for a healing injury and use it for relaxation. It also helps with mobility and to ease pain discomfort, helps with, motor symptoms and sense of wellbeing.
There are many types of massage that can be used to help you with your condition. Some types of massage can help with but may be vigorous like a deep tissue or sport massage.
When having a massage, the therapist might just focus on one part or the whole area of the body. There has been lots of research with has taken place to say that massage may help with regards to lowering the pain levels.
Massage has been known to help with flexibility and joints movement. When having a massage, it should not hurt but there might be discomfort if pressure is applied to the tender area.
After massage, the therapist should go through the aftercare with you. There may be some soreness, redness or bruising for two to three days.
Always make sure you use a therapist that is registered and insured with a professional body. The therapist should hold and be able to show you qualifications certificate.
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(Heart Mind & Soul take no responsibility for injury whilst undertaking these or any other forms of exercise)
Medicine the Natural Way to get well and stay well with Dian Dincin Buchman. Dian Dincin Buchman was an alternative medicine pioneer and writer and we just love hey way of thinking! Here are some of her best hints and tips:
Take apple cider vinegar baths. Or take ginger root baths. Drink small amounts of tea while in the bath.
Drink burdock, or burdock burr tea: 1 cup three times a day, for a month and a half. Alternate with Cleansing teas and use detoxification procedures. Arthritis is systemic problems. Always consult a GP before use.
Catnip: Prepare a tea from sprays and flowers of the catnip plant. Use a very small amount in the morning or evening, or a teaspoon immediately before meals. Catnip tea soothes the nerves. Always consult a GP before use.
CRAMPS AND MUSCLE SPASMS:
Arnica: Use arnica lotion or ointment on a cramp or muscle spasms. Eucalyptus Oil you can apply to the muscle spam. Olbas Oil or Lotion, this will be prepared combination of various herbal oil is very effective for massage, sport-induced cramps and muscle spasms.
Vinegar: Apply compresses of apple cider vinegar to the body on the area of the cramp, spasm, or tension. Use serval cups of vinegar in the bath water.
Always consult a GP before use.
BOILS & ABSCESSES:
Cabbage: Break large ridges. Dip the leaves in warm water. Apply. Replaces when warm.
Fig: Split fig and apply hot. This is especially effective for a boil on the gum.
Radish: Many European countries used sliced root of radish on large boils.
Always consult a GP before use.
Apply peach pit tea to the blister. Ice application are also remarkably effective. Always consult a GP before use.
Rosemary Ancient use of this herb included drinking tea to “comfort the brain and refresh the memory”. Ginseng / Add a few grains of ginseng powered to daily herbal teas as a memory aid and stimulant. Special double-blind test has shown the memory action of adult students to be increased with small amounts of ginseng in the diet.
Our top tip that we like to use is Echinacea Cold and Flu Capsules, which is a traditional herbal medicinal product used to relive the symptoms of the common cold and influenza type infections.
For more information on how to stay fit and healthy, please feel free to contact Debbie directly for a chat about various remedied and therapies.
What is the difference between the coronavirus and the influenza virus?
The speed of transmission is an important point of difference between the two viruses.
Influenza has a shorter median incubation period (the time from infection to appearance of symptoms) and a shorter serial interval (the time between successive cases) than COVID-19 virus.
The serial interval for COVID-19 virus is estimated to be 5-6 days, while for influenza virus, the serial interval is 3 days. This means that influenza can spread faster than COVID-19.
Further, transmission in the first 3-5 days of illness, or potentially pre-symptomatic transmission –transmission of the virus before the appearance of symptoms – is a major driver of transmission for influenza.
In contrast, while we are learning that there are people who can shed COVID-19 virus 24-48 hours prior to symptom onset, at present, this does not appear to be a major driver of transmission.
Here are some useful links to the NHS website on stretching and light exercise:
Pilates Exercise Video
Neck Exercises and Information
(Heart Mind & Soul to no responsibility for injury whilst undertaking these or any other forms of exercise)
Helps may help with Arthritis & Joint Pain.
May reduces the chronic Inflammation and Inflammation in the body’s immune system responding to irritation.
May help with the aids weight Loss as obesity can lead to several different health issues, such as high blood pressure, pressure to the joints.
Turmeric may help Improves Skin Health as our skin is the all-important, outermost protective layer of our body.
This is a traditional herbal medicinal product that is used for the relief of backache, rheumatic or muscular pain, and general aches and pains in the muscles and joints.
It may help to relief of Arthritis. Devil’s claws are the ability to reduce discomfort to your joints. Devils Claw is known as natural Painkillers. It has been proven to be effective for arthritis pain.
Details on virtual Classes and Sessions
To support your shoulder and neck discomforts.
Helps to release, and give more movement and mobility to your joints without always feeling stiff and achy.
We recommend the NHS website for support with help your self exercises, here is the link.
Solely Reflexology at Hello Mind
Regular Massage may help to release tightness and stiffness to your body. The benefits of massager are…
Reduced Stress, Anxiety and Depression.
A massage reduces stress levels in most people. Pain and Stiffness Relief to shoulder, neck, and lower back areas.
A full body massage can relieve pain and stiffness in the body. Massage may help to increase Circulation. Massage may help to get rid of any unwanted toxins to the body.
It may help to make you feel freer and have more mobility to your joints without that achiness and soreness feeling.