Fibromyalgia Self-Care Workbook

One Natural Energy Healing Me — Ann Mulgrew is a complementary energy healing therapist.  Since 2005 she has studied various healing modalities and has used her knowledge to devise specific treatments using various techniques from her training to give the best treatment to her clients. Her interest in this specific treatment is due to her…

Can Massage Help with Fibromyalgia

Can Massage Treatments Help Fibromyalgia Firstly – What is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia can be a diagnostic challenge. Fibromyalgia is medically classified as a “syndrome”, meaning it is a group of traits, signs and symptoms that occur simultaneously. Fibromyalgia symptoms vary widely from person to person, and the following is a list of possible symptoms. Widespread Pain…

Fibromyalgia and Food

The Connection Between Fibromyalgia & Food It is commonly accepted, and scientifically proven, that a healthy diet can have a positive effect on overall health. Similarly, what you eat can play a role in how you experience fibromyalgia—possibly triggering flare-ups and/or providing relief. Diet, therefore, is often discussed along with other non-pharmacologic (non-medication) treatments for…

Fibromyalgia Treatments

Traditional BodyWork Treatment for Fibromyalgia  Full Treatment 1 hour 15 minutes. £30 This Body Treatment combines Massage movements, Reflexology points to both hands and Feet, Scalp Massage and Trigger Point Myofascial Release Techniques to shoulders and neck. The Treatment finishes with energy work – Reiki healing techniques. Mini Treatments – 30 minutes £20 If you…

Benefits of Reflexology

Reflexology Reflexology applies pressure to a range of particular points on your hands and feet that correspond with all the organs, glands, tissues and muscles in your body. This helps improve circulation of blood, oxygen and ‘qi’ around the body, relieving stress and healing pain in other parts of the body.   What is reflexology?…

Massage Therapy Benefits

I have been trained in Massage therapy since 2005 in both Remedial and Swedish Massage. Virtually every system of the body is affected by massage, either directly or indirectly. Here is a guide to how your body can benefit. The skeletal system: Bone is affected indirectly by massage. Improved circulation of blood brings oxygen and nutrients…