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The ramblings of a middle aged therapist

Posted on 18 May, 2016 at 7:25 Comments comments (0)

Well, do a blog they say, it makes it interesting!  so here goes, the ramblings of a middle aged therapist

Finally putting the work in on the website, its only when you start doing these things that you realise how limited your tech capabilities are, and thats putting it mildly!  I've actually managed to forget how I did some of the stuff on here so its another challenge figuring out how to undo what I did, ah well, I will get there in the end :)


So, who are we what do we do? a collection of therapists (is there a word for that? Therapi? a treatment of therapists? who knows any how, its nice to meet you and we hope that you venture forth and try out those therapies that you have always wondered about. It's worth keeping an eye out if you are local as we do open days and treatment specials, so you can try out something new like Hot Stone massage if you have always wondered and never gotten round to it.  we also offer local artisan made jewellery and various fairtrade products in the shop along with our very favourite brand of Vegan toletries Sukin, if you've never tried it you are missing out, amazing products and well worth the money as a little goes a long way 


Young Holly who works on the front desk taking bookings (and finding products that you might fancy purchasing) is about to start offering makeovers using the wonderful Lily Lolo products that we sell... we are also about to start expanding the product range from them as they have now brought out a range of Vegan nail polishes, very happy with this, its also nice to see that they are now labelling more clearly which of their range is vegan friendly, makes our lives so much easier.



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