top of page

January 2024 Newsletter

Updated: Jan 26

Changes are happening in my practice already this year. Last month was a busy month for me and I began to wonder about keeping a practice going in Lancaster. An incident gave me a clear indication that it was, indeed, time to move my practice to Heysham only. This will give me a better work/life balance. The two days that I work will remain the same – Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10am to 5pm. I apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

I’m going to start doing ad hoc volunteering at the Gregson. So, looking forward to that. I’m also super excited about being offered a permanent exhibition slot at the Re-Store. So do pop in and have a look as I will be changing the exhibition often. They have other artists work as well as crafts. It’s a great place to find that unusual gift for someone.

I will also, from the second Monday in February (12th from 7-8pm), offer a monthly free Grounding & Healing Meditation via video call to any and all who would like to participate. During lock-down I did a Remote CST workshop with Suzanne Scurlock (Upledger CST trainer and founder of Healing from the Core). I will be using this material together with Lynne McTaggart’s Intention work and, of course, my own experience and skills honed over more than 25 years of practising CST and energy work.

This is my gift to the world as an elder/a crone who is not yet ready stop.

The video link will be a rolling link to use every month. Use this link: to take you to the video call. All information is on my website,

My challenge to myself during December to stop thinking and just listen didn’t go as well as I would have like it to. It was a surprisingly quietly busy time of doing and also being-time with hubby Dale.

Take charge of your health: As a therapist, my goal is to empower you to take an active role in your own health. By making positive lifestyle choices, staying on top of preventive care, and seeking out the care you need it, you can help ensure that you stay healthy and strong.

Trust your instincts: If something doesn't feel right, don't hesitate to speak up. As your therapist, I am here to listen and to help you find the answers and solutions you need. But ultimately, you are the expert on your own body, and your instincts can be a valuable guide.

Embrace the power of prevention: Prevention is always better than cure. By getting regular maintenance therapy and making healthy lifestyle choices, including a regular exercise programme, you can help prevent many health problems before they even start.

Prioritise self-care: Taking care of yourself is not selfish – it's essential. Make time for activities that nourish your body and soul, whether that means getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet, practising mindfulness, or simply doing things that bring you joy.

Seek out support when you need it: Remember that you don't have to go it alone. Whether you're dealing with a health issue or just need some guidance on how to live a healthier life, there are resources and support systems available to help you. Don't hesitate to reach out to me or other healthcare providers, as well as family, friends, and community organizations, for the help and support you need.

Every cell in your body is totally aware of how you think and feel about yourself.

~Deepak Chopra

What I’ve been watching this month

In Conversation with Lynne McTaggart, Gregg Braden and Bruce Lipton. Talking about, amongst other things, aspects of the human body that are new or under appreciated that will help us with the huge amount of stress and trauma that we are experiencing now.

If you have any questions or comments about anything in this newsletter please feel free to contact me. And please also feel free to share this with anyone you feel may be interested.

Warm, snugly blessings to you.


You are receiving this newsletter because you have subscribed to my website or you’ve been to me for treatment.

If you wish to unsubscribe please contact me and I will remove you from my list.

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page