So, now you understand what Reiki is, do you think its better than a massage for pain? This next intographic explains the difference.
‘How doing less and nothing more can help us thrive in a stressed-out world’
Dr. Jonty Heaversedge and writer/meditation teacher Ed Halliwell explain in this book how to access peace of mind by using simple techniques connecting mind, brain and body. And how not to beat yourself up for having negative thoughts (we all do).
Train yourself, start your day by deciding that you will have the best day possible and in the evening reflect on three happy things that happened that day.
Believe in yourself by writing down ten of your happiest memories and experiences. List the ‘positive’ changes you have made in your life.
Make a list of ten daily habits that will make you feel good, it can be anything from wearing something colourful to putting pink daisies on your desk or taking time to enjoy your cuppa.
Draw your own plan for being your best and happiest self. Give yourself a pat on the back for every posititve change you make.
If you have never before had a back massage then you must put it down on your list of things to do this year.
There is no question of a doubt that back massage, in particular aromatherapy type massage helps to ease back pain, even if only as a placebo effect while having the actual massage.
Of course, its complete heaven, but sooooo expensive. Well, if you haven’t already signed up for discount vouchers then now is the time to do it. They have some amazing offers with fantastic savings on massage and other treatments by the bucket load at the moment.
Some of the best ones are available from Groupon and KGB.