It takes more than just a good looking body.
Every September is dedicated to a healthy human heart.
Organisations like The Heart and Stroke Foundation use this opportunity to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease in South Africa and to highlight the importance of a healthy lifestyle and appropriate treatment.
And they do it with good reason: heart disease and strokes is the second biggest killer in South Africa, after HIV/AIDS.
I want to tell you how massage can contribute to keeping your heart healthy and help those whose hearts need some extra TLC after a cardiac procedure.
The intention of every hairdresser I have ever met, and I have seen several in my massage practice over the years, is to make their clients look beautiful, to help them feel better about themselves and to improve their self-confidence.
But this quest does not come without a price. Hairdressing is a demanding job for the stylist as well as everyone else on the salon team.
To achieve their maximum potential as employees and experience life joyfully, stylists have to look after themselves and develop simple, sustainable wellness practices.
Are you a hair stylist and you are not sure how to do that? I have a few ideas ...
Body-mind or mind-body? If you are struggling with physical and mental pain and feel that the dominant health paradigm’s dualistic approach to mind and body seems inadequate to explain anything, I want to talk to you. Join me under the tree in my garden for a cup of rooibos tea and let’s talk massage and SomaSense!