Therapy blog & latest news
For some people the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions heralds the opportunity to see friends and family, play sports or get back to work. For others, however, the idea of coming out of lockdown and dealing with the uncertainty of what will happen next, can be a very real worry, even though they may be keen for restrictions to be lifted.
Desperate for your next treatment? Well, we are still awaiting news from the Government as to when we are able to reopen but we anticipate it may be mid-July. As soon as we are given the go-ahead, we will be in touch with clients on our waiting list to let you know so you can arrange the treatment you have been missing the most!
Did you know that the majority of us don’t actually breathe properly? Here is how your “how to” guide to breathing:
We’ve been working hard on a secret mission and we are excited (but you’ve probably already guessed that!) to bring you our shiny new ONLINE SHOP!!
So, how are they faring after a week of all 4 of them working from home and living together under the new “lockdown” rules? Well I’m happy to report that they are all still on speaking terms and productivity is still at a reasonable level.
Following the latest government guidelines, the centre will be closed from 23rd March and will therefore not be able to offer appointments for the time being, with the exception of a Counselling telephone service for those who are feeling anxious and want to speak to a professional counsellor for support.
If you had told most people 6 months ago, that they may have to stay at home for up to 4 months the majority would have said “yay, time to rest/read/watch Netflix”. Unfortunately, that is now the case for many of people, and the reality isn’t nearly as nice as the idea. We live in a vibrant, busy, noisy world and to be suddenly isolated from all that can be very worrying. It’s easy, particularly when you’re alone for a long time, to overthink things and get on the “worry train”. So, how do you survive self-isolation and how can you help others who are self-isolating?
"I felt really confident in the ability of my therapist which added to my enjoyment of the treatment and I feel the overall effect of it. It was a fantastic experience!"