Natural Health & Beauty
Get creative and learn how to make your own all-natural summer face mask with nourishing oats and honey, hydrating cucumber, skin nurturing aromatherapy oils and complexion boosting clay!
Discover how Complementary Support Teams UK are supporting Grenfell survivors and victims of other traumatic events with holistic therapies – including the use of essential oils for acute trauma, shock and respiratory support.
Choosing essential oils can be confusing if you’re new to aromatherapy and most people tend to use them only at home! We discuss the benefits of pre-blended essential oils and how they can easily be used while out and about!
It is thought that we are blessed with good health in mind, body and spirit, and that we have a beautiful aura, when our chakras are open and working in harmony with each other. Discover the best essential oils for balancing the chakras.
There is a strong body of evidence that supports the therapeutic benefits of clinical aromatherapy for mental health issues, especially for helping achieve emotional balance. Learn about the most useful essential oils!
Often, one of the things that holds people back from using aromatherapy essential oils is knowing exactly which oils to blend for their specific objectives. So, what better way to find out than with a quick ‘question and answer’ quiz?
Ancient Greek physician, Hippocrates, born 460 BC is considered the father of medicine. His approach focused on the healing power of nature, using a wide range of medicinal plants to restore health and wellbeing.
Chinese medicine is based on the principle that energy (or Qi) flows through channels in the body known as meridians, and that disharmony will result if energy cannot flow freely.
Essential oils can used before Winter sports to warm, stimulate and prepare the muscles, uplift the mind and boost energy levels, and after sports to soothe overworked muscles, injuries and aid post-exertion recovery.
As holistic therapists, we focus on trying to balance the ‘whole’ person. While modern medicine looks more at the symptoms of dis-ease, we look for the underlying cause which is often a mental or emotional factor.