Reflexology

12K Challenge!

If you’ve been following me on social media for a while, you’ll know that I decided to take-up running during lockdown. To start with, this was no mean feat! In February I couldn’t move due to a back injury, and recovery following some initial treatment had been slow. But I...

Fireworks, Rainbows and Fertility

It felt a little serendipitous today as I was planning this blog post. Its one I’ve been meaning to write for a long time, and as I started to pull the content together, there in the midst of the draft jumped out the date ‘4th July’ – so here I...

Supporting your baby’s digestive health with Gentle Release Therapy

I often see babies in my Tiny Toes Kettering classes who are struggling in one way or another with digestive discomfort. This can present as either: colic-type symptoms (such as excessive crying, visible discomfort, difficulties bringing up wind etc.)reflux-type symptoms (regurgitation of milk accompanied by signs of discomfort/discomfort following feeds)constipation-type symptoms...

Fertility Reflexology – does it work?

My decision to train to become a reflexologist was intrinsically linked with my desire to work with couples trying to conceive (more about that in a later blog post). ...

From Little Acorns…

If you’ve read my ‘About me’ section, you’ll have got a sense that my journey to becoming a Reflexologist has been quite a rocky one. Over the coming weeks, I’d like to share a little more about that rocky journey, so you can understand what drives my passion and why...