Reflexology

The many faces of baby loss

Each year I light candles as part of the Wave of Light event during Baby Loss Awareness Week, to commemorate all babies who sadly died too soon, including those of clients, friends and others whom my post may reach, who may be silently reflecting too. This year, I’ve decided to...

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...