So it’s March  As the days now become longer and hopefully warmer, our thoughts can turn to the coming summer months ahead. Take the stress out of shopping for that special present by buying a gift voucher for a treatment with one of our many therapists, or come and browse through the books we offer for sale and don’t forget Mothering Sunday – 11th March!!!.



Make EASTER special – what about a gift voucher for a relaxing treatment for the one you love! Try our hot stone massage or maybe a holistic facial 

Available at Reception


Power Bowls: All You Need in One Healthy Bowl by Kate Turner  


Power Bowls is your bite-sized guide to the tastiest new health food trend. Healthy bowls are delicious, nutritious bowls packed with superfood ingredients to keep you energised all day. Pack your five-a-day into a bowl with 25 healthy bowl recipes that taste great and keep you feeling good.

Power Bowls fits in perfectly with your busy lifestyle with clear instructions and beautiful photography. Whether you're looking for quick eats or healthy dinners, Power Bowls is packed with superfood solutions for every meal, with recipes for breakfast, dinner, and even on-the-go. Get your daily fix of fruit, vegetables, and grains with quick and easy recipes to boost your energy the natural way.

Easy-to-make, versatile, and full of goodness, make Power Bowls your next superfood eat.  Book on sale now in reception On Sale at Reception

Echinacea drops and Throat Spray made with fresh Echinacea
 purpurea extract

Help Fight symptoms of colds and flu
Helps you boost your immune system|
Echinacea drops and Throat Spray

Try this Winter menu!

Roasted Sweet potato and carrot soup

500 g Sweet Potatoes peeled and cut into chunks
300g carrots peeled and cut into chunks
2 tbsp olive oil
2 onions chopped
1 L vegetable Stock
100ml crème fraiche

Heat oven to 200 c. put sweet potatoes and carrots and onions into roasting tin and drizzle with 2 tbsp olive oil. Roast for 25-30 mins.  When cooked cool slightly then put in blender until smooth. Stir in crème fraiche, season and reheat until hot.



1. Keep your heart healthy

Exercise is one of the best things that you can do to keep a healthy heart. It helps reduce the chance that you will develop coronary heart disease or have a stroke. Regular exercise can help reduce high blood pressure. Exercise also delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues which help your cardiovascular system to work much more efficiently,  boosting energy levels and increasing stamina. 

2. Maintaining strong bones, muscles and joints

Regular exercise keeps your musculoskeletal system healthy and improves the function of your muscles keeping your bones strong and healthy. Maintaining this through life is really important helping prevent injury and, later in life,  falls and fractures.  Wight bearing exercise is especially important as you  age to help prevent osteoporosis.


3. Balance /Coordination/flexibility

Poor balance will often lead to falls, particularly as you age and your coordination is not so good.   Keeping active can  help  and doing exercises that strengthen the muscles that help keep you upright, including your legs and core can help your balance and your coordination, which in turn leads to better mobility. 


4. Weight loss

Exercise can help to prevent excess weight gain or help you to maintain weight loss. By taking exercise you burn more calories, the more intense the activity the more calories you will burn.  Maintaining a balanced diet alongside exercise is also important and help you create a healthy energy balance and can help maintain a healthy weight.  .


5. Stress

Do you need a mood lift, do you need to blow off steam after a very stressful day. Exercising can help. Physical activity stimulates brain chemicals and you have those feel-good chemicals, endorphins, to thank for the boost in mood that comes from a good workout leaving you feeling happier and more relaxed, boosting your wellbeing and help you unwind for the stress of everyday life.  


6.  Posture

Good posture is important, and one of the best ways to fix your posture is to exercise the muscles holding you back. Regularly exercising your abs, back, and other muscles can go a long way into fixing your posture, both sitting and standing.


7. Social interaction

Exercising in a class, or at a Gym can help greatly by meeting regularly. You can bond with new people over a shared interest. This, particularly in elderly people, can help you feel less isolated, by forging new friendships. In children it can help build self-esteem.


Exercise is good for your mind, body, and soul


Spoilt for choice?  We offer a FREE 15 minute consultation with one of our experienced Health Practitioners to help you choose the therapy which is right for you

For more information or details see us online at call us on 01483 300400, email us at or visit us at 36-37 Castle Street, Guildford, Surrey.