Home visits covering Northwich,
Warrington, Tarporley, Knutsford
and nearby areas of Cheshire West
Gaynor Almond Professional Clinical Reflexologist BA (Hons), GJC, CRM5, PRM, and soon to be a Naturopathic Nutritional Practitioner.
As a Professional Reflexologist Practitioner, Gaynor is passionate about helping people to achieve emotional and physical wellbeing. Aiming to treat the 'whole person', Gaynor provides a complete therapeutic and holistic experience with an analysis of your medical history, life style, and feet for any obvious imbalances. Leaving you feeling deeply relaxed and rejuvenated, helping to aid healing by restoring balance to your mind and body.
This is such a calming and grounding yoga pose, great to use in times of stress or anxiety, and can help with reducing swelling in the legs (oedema). Lie flat on your back with your legs up the wall, inching your bum as close to the bottom of the wall as possible, can use a cushion to lift your hips aiming to get your legs as flat against the wall as you can. Close your eyes, stretch your arms out like a cross and take slow calming breaths😌 xxx
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I offer alternative Saturdays at the clinic for clients who have no availability through the week, but try to book ahead as Saturdays can get quite busy.
Reflexology is such a relaxing, healing treatment, different areas on the feet relate to different parts on your body, if your feet are in harmony so will everything else💜
Add the juice of 1/2 a lemon to a glass of ‘clean’ boiled water cooled down a little,. Great for detoxing the liver to help keep your hormones in check, and kickstart your metabolism. Add some raw honey or infuse with raw ginger, to benefit from their anti inflammatory and antibacterial properties😉.
Ideally we need around 8-9 hours sleep a night to function effectively.
If you're not getting a proper nights sleep due to stress from work or home, it will naturally start to have an impact on your health and mental state.
⭐️️Try to get into a good bedtime routine, aiming to go to bed and wake at the same time everyday.
⭐️️Turn off all electronic equipment a couple of hours before going to bed.
⭐️️Don't eat too late, give your body time to digest your food before going to bed, and ensure you're well hydrated.
⭐️️Have a warm relaxing bath, with 2 to 3 handfuls of Epsom salts to help relax your muscles ready for sleeping.
⭐️️Try to cut out or reduce all stimulants like alcohol and caffeine, opting for a caffeine free herbal tea instead before bed.
⭐️️Read a book for an hour or so in bed, this can help you to drift off naturally.
⭐️️Make your bedroom and bed inviting, keep the temperature cool rather than too hot. Sleep naked!
⭐️Try putting a couple of drops of lavender essential oil on your pillow to aid restful sleep.
Taking time out to gather your thoughts doing something you find stress free and relaxing, helps to recharge your batteries ready to face the rest of your day🙂.
Walking is not only good for your health, it can help to free your mind from all your worries, all part of the healing process.
1/2 a ripe avocado 🥑
Handful spinach or kale
Tbsp each of pumpkin & sunflower seeds
Tbsp coconut oil or olive oil
Topped up with unsweetened almond milk.
Brazil nuts are high in selenium, packed with vitamins and minerals, and a great source of protein and omega-6, all essential for healthy sperm.
"According to a double-blind study published in the International Journal of General Medicine in 2011, selenium and vitamin E were given to 690 infertile men and 53% total improvement in sperm motility and morphology was observed." virilityprotocol.com/5-reasons-men-need-eat-brazil-nuts/
Trying for a baby can be stressful in itself, affecting your hormones, mood, and libido. Taking some time out for yourself each day is essential for your wellbeing, and can really help to address those imbalances.