5 reasons why you should treat yourself to a massage!

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5 Reasons to book a massageLet’s face it, who doesn’t love a good massage? But did you know that not only is it the best way to unwind after a stressful week, but there are also a variety of ways a massage can help to improve your physical well-being and your mind too – when performed by a fully-qualified, experienced masseuse? We have 5 reasons to help you realise that you should treat yourself to a massage!

Whether your first choice would be an intense sports massage, hot stones, deep tissue or aromatherapy – each has a variety of benefits to help kick start your journey to feeling fresh, young and most importantly healthy.

#1. Relieve feelings of anxiety
Do you regularly feel as though you have the weight of the world on your shoulders? If so, then it really is about time you booked yourself in so you can unwind with an aromatherapy massage treatment. Using a unique blend of oils to help ease tension, you will begin to feel relaxed and rejuvenated in no time.

#2. Ease suffering from painful headaches
Unfortunately, headaches are a part of everyday life for many of us, but guess what? An Indian Head Massage could be just the answer all us ‘sufferers’ have been looking for. Research has shown that this type of treatment will decrease pain from trigger points, loosen muscles attached to the skull and increase blood flow to the areas which need it most.

#3. Increases oxygen flow to the brain
Do you easily lose concentration? Or perhaps you make a habit of forgetting your train of thought mid-conversation? Did you know – research has shown that a relaxing massage can significantly increase the production of endorphins? Also known as your body’s natural “feel good” chemical, whilst also increasing the blood flow to your scalp as well as your oxygen levels.

#4. Treat muscle pain and improves back stiffness
Calling all office workers! A back massage can be fantastic for easing ‘postural stress’ and counteracting the imbalance caused by sitting at a desk for long periods of time. Book yourself in for a 30-minute express treatment today, it could be just the thing you need! Plus, you may finally be able to get rid of those painful back knots also known as ‘fibrous adhesions’.

#5. Actively improve your sleep pattern
You can never have enough sleep – right?
According to CDC, 1 in 3 adults do not get the recommended 7 hours of sleep per night. Whether that’s due to a demanding job, small children or just an unusual sleep pattern – everyone has their reasons. But perhaps a relaxing massage could be just what the doctor ordered?

Do you need help with any of the above? Then choose A Healing Touch today!
Tracy Greaves,  is a fully-qualified, massage therapist with 10+ years of experience within the industry. Tracy is based in Horley, Surrey but also offers mobile appointments to clients in Crawley, Gatwick and other surrounding areas within a 30-mile radius.
Contact Tracy via email [email protected] or phone 07765531425 to book an appointment.

Have you got a cold? Ear hoopi candles can help

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Are you suffering from a cold or headache?

Did you know that Ear hoopi candles and acupressure points on the face can help?

£45 for a 1 hour treatment can help-

  • sinusitis
  • headaches
  • colds
  • purify s the blood
  • blocked ears
  • helps with the throat
  • good for if you are pregnant and you cant take over the counter remedies

Massage/Holistic courses Horley, Surrey

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Courses for 2019

The courses on offer are available to those wanting to learn new skills. Further there CPD points. Gain a certificate and qualification.

The reason for no dates is due to you deciding when you can do. Although weekends are preferable.


Choose from

pregnancy massage £100

Natural facial/facelift massage £100

Hand and foot £100

Deep tissue £100

Indian head £100

Couples massage £100

Reiki teacher _ reiki one £150 (2 day course)

Reiki two_ £100

Bad backs, Treatments based in Horley, Surrey

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Bad Back cures 
You have not tried everything for your back until you have read this.
• Osteopath
• Alexandra technique
• Yoga
• Pilates
• Tai chi
• Breathing techniques
• Stretching – roll your shoulders back 10 x every hour and neck side to side and up
Do this 3-5 times a week
Always warm up 10 mins before stretching
Repeating stretches for 2-3 reputation on each muscle group in your body Hold for Minute
• Self Massage
• Acupuncture
With Both compresses apply 5-10 mins on the painful areas in your body. Apply every hour if you can or as frequently as you can.
• Cold compress to take down the inflammation
• Hot compress to relax the muscles
• Keep your weight healthy
• Gentle exercise and waking
• Hula hooping
• Core strengthen exercises

Benefits of flexibility include:
• more efficient body movement
• increased performance capabilities in sports
• reduction of muscle soreness after exercise
• improvement and maintenance of food posture (reduces lower back problems)
• reduces chance of injury
• relaxation and relief from aches and pains from sitting too long while reducing blood pressure and mental tension

Eat as much as possible or daily
• St johns wart
• Ginger
• Turmeric
• Garlic
• Liquorice
• Cloves
• Chilli’s
• Kava
• Apples
• Cherry’s
• Fenugreek
• Rosemary
• Sage
• Nuts
• Salmon, sardines packed in water or olive oil, mackerel, albacore tuna, flaxseed, and walnuts—all good sources of omega-3 fatty acids
• Vegetable protein (such as soy)

Foods to avoid
• Sugar, from any source
• Processed foods
• French Fries
• Fast Foods
• White bread
• Pasta
• Ice Cream
• Cheddar Cheeses
• Snack Foods
• Oils such as vegetable and corn
• Soda, caffeine and alcohol

• Water is a Must your bones may hurt because you are dehydrated and loose salts from our body
• Green Tea
• Camomile tea
• Fresh smoothies get as much fruit into your diet
• Try drinking and blend do this everyday
2 sticks of celery,
Grated ginger
2 teaspoons of Apple cider vinegar

• Vitamin C
• Vitamin B
• Vitamin E
• Calcium and Magnesium
• Collagen (Make sure it is for bones and not for skin)
• Omega 3
• St johns wart
• Apple cider vinegar
• Devils claw
• Willow Bark
• Ibuprofen when your back is really bad try taking this 3 x a day for 3 days just to ease the spasms

• Peppermint
• Clary sage
• Frankencense
• Ginger
• Black pepper
• Lavender
• Chalomile
• Ginger oil can ease back pain. Blend 1 tablespoon sweet oil, 4 drops wintergreen, 4 drops cardamom and 4 drops ginger oil to make a soothing massage oil.

• Get back supports or braces for your back
• Always think posture
• When driving have a pillow on lower back