Sunday, December 9, 2018

Anyone for coffee?

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Most people enjoy a cup of coffee sometime during the day. For some it is the first drink of the day. It is great to sit with friends and drink coffee while catching up on the latest gossip and we often make it a well-deserved break while out shopping. Coffee has become a way of life increasing in popularity since the war years. Almost three quarters of us drink coffee regularly and in some regions it is consumed almost twice as frequently as tea. It is easy to drink and always available in the numbers of coffee shops that proliferate on the high street.

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Swedish Massage

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Swedish Massage

Massage is a way of manipulating the soft tissue of the body that has
developed over thousands of years. The hands are used to work on the
soft tissues, usually the muscles, aiming to relax, stimulate or
rehabilitate the whole body, or part of it. Massage helps to promote
suppleness of muscles, improves circulation and reduces stress,

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Infant Massage

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Infant Massage

Infant Massage is a wonderful experience for a mum or dad and baby. It is based on the sort of massage and nurturing touch practised by many cultures throughout the world and is becoming increasingly popular.

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Reflexology

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Holistic Therapies
Reflexology

Are you suffering from the effects of stress? 

 Do youwant to feel better? Reflexology is an effective way of helping the body to relax and begin a process of rebalancing that brings about a feeling of wellbeing.

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Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is a popular form of treatment which has been practiced in
India for over 5000 years. Indian women traditionally practise Indian head massage
for all its theraputic benefits, (see below). The climate can be very hot and drying, so
the women use oils to keep the hair shiny and in good condition.

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