And reasons to go inside. Lets talk about it... . Am I really writing a post about Vagina’s? Honestly? Well... it has been a hot topic of conversation between me and some of the people and clients in my life for the past couple of months. In addition to this I work with pregnant women, older women, women with trauma and women who may be on medication (for whatever reason). All of these factors (including what you eat, drink, if you smoke, where you are in your menstrual
Let’s Talk about it... Recently whilst hiking through the trails in Virginia I found myself mid-hike in quite a lot of pain. I was having to literally, pull on my leggings to assist my left leg forward whilst walking walking. My left psoas was not activating at all and I couldn't lift my leg off the ground without help. In addition to this I still had 6 miles to hike with a a few hundred meters ascension before making it back to my hammock. Self-treating is difficult, I al
De-robing for a probing. Let’s talk about it... I figured maybe it was best to kick off my blog talking about my own service and allow you to understand why I enjoy what I do so much and also allow you to see why I think it is so important for people to receive a massage. Which will explain why it’s so insulting when somebody makes a joke (or not) about whether or not my service includes a sexual happy ending 🙄. I could talk about this all day as well as offshoot onto subto
2020... I believe that there are so many different phrases, words or captions that can be placed after those 4 numbers. Words of confusion; words of blessings, words of pain, words of anxiety, words of gratitude... The list is endless and different for each of us. One thing about 2020 is that, it's not over yet and as I move into the stages of reopening SMT I have been confronted with changes that I need to make to my practise for a time span that currently has no ending.