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Aromatherapy Skin Care Treatments:
45/60/75 minute treatments.

More than you would expect from a professional facial! Your skin type & condition are thoroughly analysed using a unique ‘Systems of Analysis’ 3D tool that examines the client as a whole and takes into account history, diet, lifestyle, & occupation.
High quality aromatherapy & plant based products are custom picked from Eve Taylor, Neals Yard and Weleda ranges to suit your individual skin care targets and conditions. A full facial includes a thorough facial, neck and shoulder massage as well as targeted treatment extras (MLD, stone therapy), home care advice and a homecare prescription.

Aromatherapy Massage
30/60 minute treatment

An aromatherapy massage may be relaxing, energising or remedial depending upon your requirements. Pure essential oils derived from plants, flowers, trees, fruits, barks, seeds and grasses that have medicinal benefits are individually blended following your consultation to optimise your health and treat a wide variety of conditions. Different oils affect many of the body’s systems and encourage natural healing. The natural chemical constituents of essential oils are carried in the blood stream with a therapeutic effect, certain oils have an affinity with particular areas of the body and their properties have a balancing, sedative or stimulating effect on the body systems, and aromatic signals are sent to the brain where they exert a direct effect on the mind and emotions. Following your treatment certain essential oils or products may be recommended to continue your treatment at home.

Baby massage Instruction
(either 2 x 30 minute sessions or 1 60 minute session.)

Taking time out of a hectic day to create a soothing and relaxing environment for baby massage is just as relaxing and emotionally fulfilling for us as it is for our babies. The benefits of baby massage are well researched and evidence based. Baby massage aids our baby’s development, body awareness, coordination and movement. It also helps to strengthen our baby’s immune system, improves their skin condition and circulation, helps with digestive transit and balances the nervous system and respiration. Baby massage may also help to relieve many common baby ailments (for example colic, constipation, wind) and may soothe baby’s pain. The relaxation experienced helps to promote better sleep. Baby massage aids in the development of healthy infant-parent attachments which are important as the foundation from which our babies learn to interact with others. Most parents can learn a therapeutic full body routine within an hour. Price includes handout and massage oil.


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Your Therapist

Natash Calia
Natasha Calia RN, MICHT, Dip BWY, Dip BSY, Dip Birthlight, REP.

Natasha is a registered nurse and has undertaken several BSc postgraduate modules. She worked within hospital and community settings locally and as a Junior Sister in London for 11 years prior to embarking upon a more holistic approach to health.

She has gained therapeutic massage diplomas in aromatherapy, deep tissue, developmental baby massage, facial massage, Indian head massage, hot/cold stone, manual lymphatic drainage, pregnancy massage, Swedish massage and Thai table massage. She has numerous qualifications in skincare and provides professional aromatherapy facials. Natasha has developed her own ‘breathingspace’ and ‘babyspace’ range of aromatherapy skin and bodycare products.

As well as body work qualifications, Natasha is a fully qualified British Wheel of Yoga teacher and has undertaken further training in prenatal, pregnancy, postnatal and baby yoga. Natasha originally studied yoga in India around 19 years ago and has enjoyed a personal practice ever since. She teaches a variety of groups - pregnancy, postnatal, babies, and general classes and provides individual tuition for those who prefer this. Natasha regularly coordinates and teaches day and residential yoga retreats.

Natasha has always been fascinated with the way that we move, feel, and experience our lives through our bodies and how our thoughts and emotions affect our wellbeing. Working holistically, she often incorporates breathing, healing, and relaxation techniques drawing upon and combining skills from different massage traditions to enhance the treatment.

Websites: www.babyspaceonline.co.uk
www.breathingspaceonline.co.uk



 
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