Tagged: relaxation

Brigham and Women’s Hospital Invites the Healing Place to 2016 Nurses’ Wellness Fair

December 12th, 2015 | relaxation

Brigham and Women’s Hospital has invited the Healing Place to another nurses’ wellness fair on January 11, 2016. (This will make our fourth year.) Therapeutic Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui is always delighted to be invited and be recognized as a community Reflexologist. Helen helps people to find much needed relief from stress and pain. As always the […]

Using meditation to Overcome Relationship Roadblocks

September 11th, 2015 | relaxation

For those of us looking to release the negative energy that may be blocking our chakras, one area of our life we should carefully examine is our relationships. Relationships are an essential aspect of healthy living but just as we must maintain the health of our body, mind, and spirit, we must also monitor the […]

Why Everyone Needs a Self-Care Day

August 24th, 2015 | relaxation

At this point, most of us are probably familiar with the slow food movement. It’s a phrase and idea many of us are warming up to, and why wouldn’t we? It’s all very romantic! It makes me think of Europe and how they take so much time and thought for meals. I imagine sitting down […]

7 Pressure Points To Reduce Stress & Boost Metabolism – Foot Reflexology Tips

June 18th, 2015 | relaxation

Your thoughts and visualizations affect the world around you — starting with your body. If your goal is the best possible version of yourself, picture that person mind’s eye. Your ability to imagine is most effective when you’re relaxed, so try visualizing your best self first thing in the morning and then again before you […]

Stress Relief Relaxation Relief Workshop – Hand Reflexology and Meditation

May 3rd, 2015 | relaxation

Are you constantly worrying about your family? Are you always trying to outrun your schedule? Can’t check off enough on your “to do” list? The American Psychological association (APA) conducted a survey called Stress in America. It reports that stress is a serious health problem in the U.S. with the potential to become a public […]

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