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22nd july 2022

Good Mood Food - The Gut-Brain Connection and Why Gut Health Is So Important

Everything we consume has a direct impact on our health. One of the leading causes of digestive issues is poor nutrition, which isn’t exactly what you may think.

“Poor” nutrition does not have to always mean eating loads of processed foods or inordinate amounts of sugar. It can be much more subtle, sneaking into our well-meaning diets through refined sugars, carbohydrates, and additives.

Even a lack of nutritional balance can result in poorer health, which negatively affects one of the most important processes in our body: the gut-brain connection.


22nd july 2022

What is preventative medicine and how homeopathy can make a difference to your health

Holistic healthcare takes many forms, and one of the most diverse is homeopathy. Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine that deviates from traditional Western medicine to bring us new pathways for managing our health and wellness. Western medical science tends to adopt a responsive approach — illnesses and health conditions are treated after they arise. But in homeopathy and many other alternative medicine practises, preventative care is a core emphasis.

Preventative health is just as important as responsive healthcare. The difference is that preventative care can be done daily, adjusted to suit your lifestyle, and support you no matter what paths you take on your wellness journey.

22nd july 2022

Top 10 Stretches for office workers

According to the World Health Organization, lower back pain is the most prevalent problem affecting 568 million people. Given the number of adults who work desk jobs, it’s unsurprising that their shoulders, necks, and backs are quite literally bearing the weight of their work environment. While you may not be able to completely prevent sitting at a desk, you can follow some osteo tips to improve posture and alleviate pressure on the bones and joints.

22nd july 2022

Seity Sessions - Reflexology Review with Anabel Cutler

Just like the feet, the face provides a map to read what is happening within the body's internal organs, central nervous system and neuro-biological system. Points such as the temples and under the eyes all link to our other organs and body flows e.g. thyroid, spine, pituitary, kidneys lungs and even (as my belly sounds can attest to) our digestive system. I would recommend Reflexology, Reiki and Crystal Healing with Anabel long before you reach burn out, but for anyone wanting to reconnect with themselves and enjoy a time and space purely dedicated to themselves and their wellbeing.

12th july 2022

How to hack your sleep - 10 proven tips for a better night's rest

Perhaps you’ve only recently begun to struggle with sleep, or maybe you’ve wrestled with insomnia for years. Whatever the case may be, here are 10 science-supported tips to help you have better sleep.

11th july 2022

TMJ Dysfunction, what it is and how to treat it

any of us hold tension in our jaws, making us more likely to develop painful “locks” that impact mobility. This leads to TMJ dysfunction, or dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint. While you can treat TMJ alone, sometimes, it can become a disorder that requires professional care. More importantly, suffering from TMJ pain can signal the need to focus on yourself and how you’re handling stress in your life. If you are looking for TMJ relief, this article will explore underlying causes of TMJ dysfunction and things you can do to find relief.

10th may 2022

Physiotherapy | Everything You Need to Know as a Wellness Enthusiast

As a wellness enthusiast, you're probably enjoying the numerous benefits of an active lifestyle. These include stress relief, increased capacity to understand and deal with emotions, as well as improving your fitness and health.

While wellness is good, it also comes with the risk of injury or strains. This is why it’s essential that you know how to prevent and relieve such injuries when they arise. In this regard, physiotherapy is your best friend.

If you’re wondering ‘why is physiotherapy good for me’ or what exactly it entails, you’re in the right place. This article covers everything you need to know about physiotherapy as a wellness enthusiast.

10th may 2022

The Power of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the benefits of ancient practice for modern times

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of the world’s oldest and most influential wellness practices. Eastern Medicine has led to the widespread adoption of therapies such as herbal remedies, acupuncture, and food therapy.

TCM emphasizes nutrition, rest, and respect for the body to support its optimal natural state. This means you stop focusing so much on external solutions and instead look inward to identify where you can improve your care

10th may 2022

A Beginner’s Guide to Holistic Massage Practices, From Reiki to Tuina and Everything in Between

Massage therapy is an old ancient healing tradition and the varieties available today come from a diverse mix of styles and cultures. Massage therapies are split into two categories – eastern and western massage. This article gives the background and differences of each style and helps you understand the amount of thought, science, and tradition that goes into your favourite holistic massage.

5th may 2022

SEITY SESSIONS treatment review with Acupuncturist Ingrid Huang

I’ve never been to a fortune teller or medium, but today I finally had that a-ha moment, that moment when someone you’d never spoken to before, knows something only you would know. While Ingrid Huang is not a clairvoyant her talent in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and as an acupuncturist allowed her an insight into my health that numerous visits to my doctor and a full round of blood tests didn’t detect.

5th may 2022

 How to optimise your wellbeing in the office and home office

There's more pressure than ever in the post pandemic economy and with the significant rise in cost of living, for us to work for us to work harder, achieve more and perform better.  Luckily, there are proven ways to help in improving mood and productivity, and work, regardless of whether you are in a busy workplace, home office, or hybrid.

Luckily, there are proven ways to help in improving mood and productivity, and work, regardless of whether you are in a busy workplace, home office, or hybrid. 

18th march 2022

Pilates, the what, the why and how small movements can make a big change...

Originally introduced in the 1920’s by physical trainer Joseph Pilates, Pilates is now an engendered form of exercise around the world. Despite being initially designed to assist injured athletes and…

17th january 2022

New Mothers: embracing changes to your body and helping to heal Post-Partum by Carla Pozner

Loving and nurturing your body Post-Partum. So what can we do to feel better in our evolving bodies? What can we do to nurture ourselves and our baby whilst being forgiving and understanding, respecting and admiring the incredible things the body is doing. The more awareness we gain on our changing bodies and how to help ourselves, the easier the pregnancy can become.

6th january 2022

What is Acupuncture and Why Should I Consider it for My Wellbeing?

The name and the needles might be off-putting to some but rest assured that it is not a painful practice like the pictures might seem. It is rather a minimally invasive technique that, when applied by an experienced and qualified acupuncturist, has effective healing and pain-relieving capabilities.

6th january 2022

10 Reasons Why You Could Need a Life Coach

There are many benefits of life coaching, including providing professional support to help people achieve a higher level of fulfillment in their lives. If you want to make a change in your life, then you should consider life coaching. Life coaches typically have training or professional experience in areas related to guidance and support. Basically, they are like cheerleaders that provide support and encouragement through difficult life changes. And as a third party they can objectively analyze your concerns and help you make informed and well considered decisions when it counts the most.

6th january 2022

An Introduction to Osteopathy: The Practice and its Benefits

The system of techniques osteopaths use is all designed to aid your body in healing itself. Practitioners use massage to release and relax muscles, joint articulation to improve range of motion, stretching to increase flexibility in muscles and joints, and high-velocity thrusts to adjust (or crack) and realign the spine.

6th january 2022

What is the Feldenkrais Method and how can it help optimise your wellbeing?

The Feldenkrais Method was invented in the 1900s by Moshe Feldenkrais. An active martial artist, who deeply understood physics and the mechanics of the human body, Feldenkrais developed this system of mind body connection and purposeful movement to help people overcome injuries, chronic pain and difficulties in staying active. In fact, Feldenkrais sustained a knee injury that inspired the creation of the Feldenkrais Method. This understanding of chronic pain and ways to move past it are rooted in how the Feldenkrais Method can enhance and educate you to move more smoothly and effortlessly.

6th january 2022

What is Reflexology and How Can it Improve Your Health

Reflexology is an alternative medical practice that focuses on the application of pressure to particular areas on the feet or hands. The technique, also known as zone therapy, has been around for thousands of years.

4th january 2022

Therapy: a foundation for self-care and how it can help change your life

Psychotherapy. Talk therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy. Or just therapy. They all refer to the same thing, but sadly seeking therapy often carries a stigma in our society.

While the stigma may exist, it simply should not. People spend large sums of money and countless hours exercising to take care of their body and cardiovascular system. But what about mental health? Is it not as important as our physical health?

4th january 2022

Medical Massage: How Is It Different from a Spa Treatment?

When we explain medical massages, clients often mistake the therapy for spa treatment. Although they seem alike at first, massage therapy has many more benefits that can help achieve mind and body wellness.

4th january 2022

What Is Integrated Nutrition? And How Can It Help Your Relationship With Food And Self-Care

The terms integrated nutrition and self-care have become quite a buzz these days. From what we eat to what we think, it sounds like everyone's talking about different ways of self-care and relationships with food. We all know that what we eat has an immense impact on our personal and professional lives. And good food benefits from managing stress, digestion, mood, anxiety, and overall health. 

4th january 2022

The Benefits of Homeopathy: What is it and How Does it Work?

Homeopathy is an alternative medicine that is driven with by the guiding principle is that “like cures like.” In simple terms, homeopathy leverages the body’s innate healing potential to overcome temporary and chronic conditions.

6th december 2021

Interview with reflexologist Anna Byrska

Anna’s interest in reflexology started at just fourteen years old. Whilst suffering from eye inflammation, she decided to experiment with the techniques in one of her parents’ reflexology books. To her amazement, her eye responded rapidly to the treatment, igniting what would become a long-lasting appreciation for alternative/complementary healing. In the years that followed, Anna explored other therapeutic practices, such as massage and shiatsu, before deciding eight years ago to make reflexology her primary profession.

6th december 2021

Interview with pilates instructor Kirsten McCarron

Although having had a resurgence in recent years, Pilates has been an important aspect of Kirsten’s life from a very young age. As a professional ballet dancer, her years of rigorous training was…

6th december 2021

Interview with medical masseuse Patrycja Miszczak

It was Medical Massage that Patrycja connected to most whilst completing her studies in Physiotherapy, and she has since spent time refining her healing and restorative practice. Whether you require…

6th december 2021

Interview with psychologist Emma Cathcart

Difficulties can arise for us all no matter what stage of life we're in, some of which leave us feeling unbalanced, out of control, and disconnected from ourselves and the people we’re closest to. At…

6th december 2021

Interview with Integrative Nutrition Coach Sammy Scott

As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Sammy’s approach to health and wellness is by no means exclusive. Rather, by focusing on all major facets of well-being, Sammy helps clients optimise their health through a holistic, personalised and supportive process. Through her programme, clients have the option of working with Sammy on a six-month (12 sessions), 3-month (6 sessions), or session-by-session basis. The most suitable option will vary from person to person, though given the scope and depth of Sammy’s coaching, people tend to benefit most from a long-term partnership.

27th september 2021

Interview with osteopath Carla Pozner

For (Reehab) co-founder, Carla, pursuing Osteopathy seemed the next best step after completing her degree in Biology, and rightly so. With a passion for holistic healing, science and yoga, becoming…