Relaxation

Relax, Breathe and Birth

I’m  pleased to announce that I am now offering  The Wise Hippo ‘Relax, Breathe and Birth’ session. The ‘Relax, Breathe and Birth’ session is a 2 hour class designed to provide relaxation tools for birth. This is ideal for you…

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Case Study – Menopause 2

Follow up session for client as blogged here last week. This was delayed by a week due to work commitments taking priority, so took place 2 weeks after the initial session and only a few days before the client left…

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Case Study – Menopause 1

I was recently contacted by a client who wanted to reduce symptoms of hot flushes/night sweats, sleepless nights, fatigue, and lack of concentration. She had been experiencing these symptoms for 14 months as a result of coming off HRT on…

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Learn self-hypnosis

Find somewhere comfortable to relax, where you can be free from interruptions. You can either sit or lie down – lying down could send you to sleep, so you may feel the self-hypnosis is more effective if you are sitting…

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Hard Labour

During labour, there are two main sets of muscles in action in your uterus : Inner circular muscles , found mainly at the lower part of the uterus… their job is to thin and open to let your baby out!…

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And breathe….

One easy but often overlooked way to reduce stress, tension and fear is breathing in and out through your nose. Relaxation techniques put a lot of emphasis on breathing, but why? On average, when going about normal daily activities, we…

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The Stress Bucket

Someone on twitter fired a reply to me recently saying something along the lines of “you can’t solve everything by getting people to relax”. I realised that, while many of you may have a general idea of what stress is,…

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