After spending many years studying Martial Arts, I fell in love with Eastern Practises. I find them fascinating and have studied many of them, including Feng Shui. Some of the Feng Shui teachings make perfect sense, like decluttering and organisation.
Essential oils are highly concentrated versions of the natural oils found in plants. These oils are extracted from the plants by the process of distillation, which is done by water or steam from the bark, flowers, stems, leaves, and roots of the plant.
Reiki is defined as a Japanese method of deep relaxation, or energy healing that helps bring you into balance mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Bedtime wouldn’t be the same for me without my Himalayan Salt Lamps. Not only do Himalayan Salt Lamps emit a warm rosy-amber glow that helps me sleep, but they are also known to have a heap of health and wellbeing benefits.
Following on from my blog on meditation, I’ve been exploring the brain-training technique, neurofeedback (NF) with NF practitioner, Laura Lilienthal. Neurofeedback is increasingly being used to treat everything from anxiety to addiction. In some cases, it can also reduce the need for anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medications, which can only be a good thing.