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The elephant or the rider – who is really in charge?

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The elephant or the rider – who is really in charge?

It’s that time of year when we start to think about what we need to complete or let go of so we can start the new year in all its potential.

I don’t know about you but I tend to go into November feeling a little panicky and overwhelmed over all the things that I must finish before the year end and I can start to blame myself for not yet ...

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Introducing our new reflexologist, Zoe Oughton

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Hi, I’m  Zoë. I am a fully qualified and experienced Reflexologist and I am thrilled to be part of the Cheshire Natural Health team.

I am passionate about helping people to achieve good health and I am also passionate about reflexology and the amazing health benefits that it can achieve.

There are many different types of reflexology, all with their own unique benefits:

I offer:

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How many types of Massage do we offer?

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More than just massage! 


There are many different types of massage, each tailored to your particular needs. Our three massage therapists- Kate Tosney, Julie Smith and Kelly Clinton are available 5 days a week including evenings and weekends.

Swedish/ deep tissue massage:
A great massage for tight muscles and tension. Pressure can be light or firm according to your preference.
Find our more

Sports Massage:
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World Reflexology Week

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This week is World Reflexology Week

 

Reflexology is one of our most popular treatments and we have 3 highly experienced therapists at Cheshire Natural Health.

A question we are often asked is: What is Reflexology and what can it help with?

Reflexology is used to benefit both mental and physical wellbeing. At the very least, it’s an incredibly relaxing treatment – and that alone has countless benefits. However, there’s much more to Reflexology than me-time, valuable though that is:

  • Aches and Pains: Reflexology ...
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HRT – or Herbal Medicine?

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HRT is back in the headlines. An Oxford study has found it raises the risk of breast cancer by up to a third, and that the extra risk can last for 10 years or more after stopping treatment.

But symptoms of menopause such as hot flushes and night sweats can make life a misery – for women with severe symptoms just battling on without treatment isn’t an option.  Herbal medicine is an alternative that works well for many.

Over the years our herbalist, ...

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Holistic Medical Doctor

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Have you ever wished that you could see a doctor who understood and embraced the use of complementary therapies?

We are one of only a handful of clinics in England to be able to offer such a unique service. Dr Ravi Ramiah offers a person centred approach to medicine, and his consultation will consider your health problems in a holistic way, striving to identify the root cause of the problem and supporting you in your journey back to good health, using ...

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Loss of a pet

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Pets are our best friends. Pets are our family. Pets are a source of unconditional love. Pets help us when we’re in need. They have fun with us, and they’re there for us when we’re down. Pets change our lives, they provide therapy for us, they work with us, they adore us.

Sadly, someday, the day comes when our pet is no longer with us. Our pets pass away. They’re gone.

The loss of a pet can cause immense sadness. This sadness ...

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Are you part of the 75% of women professionals that don’t speak up or voice their opinions due to imposter syndrome?

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Did you get found out today?

How much of your day do you spend worrying that any moment now you’re going to be found out for the fraud you are?

How many of you sit in meetings unable to speak up and share your knowledge and wisdom because you think if you do, everyone will know you’ve got no idea what you’re really talking about?

How many of you haven’t applied for the promotion or project leads in case someone realises you’ve just ...

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Are you caring for someone with Dementia?

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Who is Caring for you?

Caring for a family member, friend or neighbour with dementia can be a rich source of satisfaction in people’s lives. It can be life-affirming. It can help deepen and strengthen relationships. It can teach you a multitude of skills and help you realise potential you never thought you had.

But without the right support, caring for a person with dementia can have a significant impact on a carer’s life.

If you feel you are struggling and experiencing feelings ...

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How to Eat to Beat Stress

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Everyone experiences stress from time to time, and we all have our own ways of dealing with it. Some of us might take a soak in a hot bath to relax tense muscles, while others go for a vigorous workout to release frustration.  But what you eat, and even how you eat it, can also help you to deal with the stress in your life.

 

Stress burns up nutrients, especially vitamin C, the B vitamins and magnesium.  Getting plenty of those will ...

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