I will be doing two library readings of my picture book about mindfulness Donna and Dermot on the Move on Saturday 17th March:
I will be doing two library readings of my picture book about mindfulness Donna and Dermot on the Move on Saturday 17th March:
A recent client testimonial from Sandra which shows how Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT or Tapping) can be so powerful:
“I’ve had three sessions with Hilda and all of them changed something deep inside. I literally cannot be the same person I was before every session. A little bit of my soul was released and had more space to move inside, and that has been shown and manifested with more freedom to move in different ways, from moving my hands in new ways and saying “That’s enough” in spaces when that I was not even aware of what was happening. I am thankful for the new understanding, releases and subtle deep transformation Hilda brought into my life.”
For anxiety, phobias, addiction, low self esteem, energy blocks, procrastination, financial issues and so much more, EFT can help. Call me for more info or to book your session today. Sessions can be carried out via Skype/Zoom globally.
Dates for your diaries – four storytimes where I will be reading from my children’s picture book Donna and Dermot on the Move. It is on the theme of living in the now. The book was illustrated by Jamie O’Neill and published by Pegasus Publishers.
– 11 am Newton Abbot Library Saturday 3 March
– 10:30 am Plymouth Public Library Saturday 17 March
– 2 pm Crownhill Library, Plymouth on Saturday 17th March
– 11 am Exeter Library on Saturday 24 March
Dates for your diaries – two storytimes where I will be reading from my children’s picture book Donna and Dermot on the Move. It is on the theme of living in the now. The book is illustrated by Jamie-Leigh O’Neill and published by Pegasus Publishers:
11 am Newton Abbot Library Saturday 3 March
10:30 am Plymouth Central Library Saturday 17 March
2 pm Crownhill Library, Plymouth Saturday 17 March
11 am Exeter Library on Saturday 24 March
Hope to see you there!
Also signing copies if you would like one to take away with you.
Try Rahanni Celestial Healing with me – it works on a higher vibration and a deeper level than any other healing modality at this time.
‘Rahanni’ means, ‘of one heart’. There is no separation, we are from one divine energy source.
– Balance the masculine and feminine aspects of every man, woman and child.
– It is possible to release our fears and any negative energy that we accumulate from our experiences on this earth.
– It will help us with communication and to gain control over our lives.
The difference is the vibration. Rahanni works on a higher level therefore healing in a much deeper way.
It vibrates on a pink ray of light, balancing the heart centre bringing forth love and compassion to each individual soul.
Who can benefit?
Everyone! Especially children.
They are open to these higher energies. It has been known to benefit those children diagnosed with hyperactivity and A.D.D.
The client’s body will decide how much of the healing light is required to assist healing physically, mentally and emotionally.
I am hugely honoured to have started working as a Reiki practitioner in a hospice for cancer patients. This role is funded by the The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust established by Angie Buxton-King and her husband Graham King.
They have now opened the Sunflower Lodge in Cornwall – free holiday accommodation to cancer patients anywhere in the UK.
It is a totally self-contained holiday lodge with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, fully furnished with everything you could need for rest and relaxation in the beautiful Cornish countryside with easy access to both north and south coasts.
I am sure many people would benefit from this so please email Angie Buxton-King email@example.com for further information.
Since moving to Devon 18 months ago I have been fortunate to have established a holistic health practice in Totnes. I offer massage in Totnes from the Arcturus Clinic and the Totnes Natural Health Centre. The three kinds of massage I offer are: Swedish holistic body massage, Indian head massage and Thai hand and foot massage.
I see clients with many health conditions including stress, back pain, headaches, fibromyalgia and soft tissue injuries. For two years I volunteered as a massage therapist in the Disability Field at the Glastonbury Music Festival, seeing 20 people with a wide range of disabilities during the four days I was there. This experience was deeply rewarding and added to the knowledge I needed to live and work in Totnes, which is at the forefront of bodywork and energy work.
Since then I have been recognised for my work by both the Centre of Excellence (finalist in their awards 2017) and the Total Wellness Club, a kind of TripAdvisor for the wellness industry. Last year I won the Therapies category in their annual Health Heroes Award which was a lovely surprise.
If you would like more information about the benefits of massage and are in Totnes then please get in touch.
Now recognised as a Class 1 medical device in Europe, the Biozen is a sticker that can be placed on laptops, mobile phones, tablets, microwaves, baby monitors and more to reduce the electromagnetic radiation they emit. To get more information on how to purchase one, please get in touch.
Why not treat yourself or someone you love for their birthday? I offer 20% off on any one hour therapy of your choice. Contact me quoting the offer code ‘BIRTHDAY’ to book. Bring along proof of birth date to your appointment.
Find details of how to register for this summit here:
Watch this video about the Biozen to see how effective it is in reducing the electro magnetic radiation from a microwave http://bit.ly/2DhGg7o
And to add to its integrity the Biozen has been given recognition as a Class 1 Medical device.
The Biozen is a product of the Wor(l)d Global Network and only available via distributors. Contact me for more information or to purchase your product. They are available in packs of 10 (2 for free included) or for the business environment in packs of 30.
Thrilled to be asked to speak on World Book Day at the Stoke Lodge Hotel, about my book Donna and Dermot on the Move, illustrated by Jamie O’Neill. I will be speaking about literacy and how reading builds empathy. Huge thanks to Devon Life magazine for organising. Also on the bill is Devon-based writer Philip Reeve whose book Mortal Engines is being made into a film by the director Peter Jackson and out this December. Here is a sneak preview of the trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fupYIggOq38
Tickets are limited to 50 people and available from Julie Archer – Author.
Are you into taking control of your own health and wellbeing? Into sports and fitness? Or just generally want to feel healthier? The Helo LX is a real time health monitoring device that can help you do that. Already it measures pulse, breathing rate, calories, steps taken, mood, sleep, ECG and blood pressure. From February 2018 it will be able to measure blood alcohol and blood sugar levels. This takes real time health monitoring to a whole new level. I am proud to be a distributor of the Helo LX. If you would like more, to see a demo or to purchase a Helo LX please get in touch.
The Helo is exciting. A wearable technology device like no other and you can be a part of it.
Helo has just launched Project 75 and here is a video that tells you more about generating more income starting from January.
Contact me to let me know whether you’re a 1 or a 2 and I’ll be in touch with the next steps.
Here’s to an amazing January.
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2017 is almost at an end. For some there will have been sadness and tragedy, for others joy and wonder.
Whatever has happened, I firmly believe that it happened for a reason and all I can wish is that you help your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self by appreciating each moment of each day and revelling in the vividness and beauty of the present moment. Remember that you have the gift of life and live life to the full.
Big love and peace to all.
On Mondays I work at the Oasis Float and Therapy Centre in the Arcturus Clinic, Totnes. Oasis is the longest-established float centre in the South West. I have weekly floats in the flotation tank because there are many benefits:
The effects of floating are cumulative so the more regularly you float, the more effective it will be.
The water is full of Epsom Salts (magnesium sulphate) which prevent the skin from wrinkling and are detoxifying. Once afloat you are free from gravity, in a state of weightlessness, in an environment of warmth and peace so you can relax at a very deep level.
You can also combine this with a massage or try another therapy on offer such as polarity therapy, lymphatic drainage or reiki.
I have seen the positive effects on clients, for example one was hit by a car – it has been effective in aiding his nervous system to get out of flight/flight/freeze mode and helping with shock and trauma.
So it’s been six months since the Grenfell Tower Fire in June where at least 71 people tragically perished. The investigations and legal activity continue and at the same time Jane Lawson has set up a new team of complementary therapists called Complementary Support Teams UK (Therapists) which I have had the privilege of joining recently. This weekend I was at The Curve Community Centre located in the shadow of the blackened tower providing free complementary health therapies such as massage, Rahanni Celestial Healing, and Eden Energy Medicine. The survivors showed such gratitude it brought tears to my eyes as I was only too glad to help. I also helped stressed staff working at the centre when I had some spare slots. Here is Carmaine Walker, a child activity worker, relaxed after her session.
The survivors all have sleep deprivation – waking up in the middle of the night, night after night, survivor guilt, panic attacks, nightmares, depression and anxiety, pain in their shoulders as if they carry the weight of the world, pains in their knees, respiratory problems, shattered nerves and so the list goes on……..
In the midst of all this the survivors I saw are all still living in temporary accommodation with no indication of when they will be permanently re-homed. Most ate a reasonable diet before, now they are located in strange areas where they eat mostly fast food, have gained weight, feel lethargic and rarely exercise. The policies they are governed by sometimes change on a weekly or even more regular basis. Some lived in nearby towers which shared the same boiler as Grenfell and which still has to be replaced before they can move back in. They are not sure when that will happen.
There are activities being offered by other groups such as yoga, drama, balloon making – thanks Magic Liz – a kids camp but the atmosphere feels loaded with tension, sadness and powerlessness.
Today film director Steve McQueen will be filming the tower from a helicopter for a future non-commercial project where the film will be shown in a museum to stand as memory of the tragedy that was allowed to happen. And should never be allowed to happen again.
My publisher, Pegasus, recently posted an author interview about my children’s picture book ‘Donna and Dermot on the Move’. You can read the full interview here:
It was illustrated by the talented Jamie-Leigh O’Neill.
It was the fifth year of Lupton House’s incredible Christmas craft fayre which is now so popular that on one day the car park was jammed full and some visitors had to be turned away. I sold many signed copies of my children’s picture book ‘Donna and Dermot on the Move’ and illustrated by Jamie-Leigh O’Neill. I am so happy that they will light up a child’s Christmas. I also sold some soft toys of the characters – limited edition and handmade by the talented Beck Tallamy of Tall Amy Bags.
I am completely lost for words – which doesn’t happen that often. Total Wellness Club, which is a platform for therapists to be reviewed by clients – a bit like Trip Advisor – has just announced that I am the winner of their annual Health Hero Awards. This is in the Therapist category.
I want to thank Total Wellness Club founders Neil and Jo Fellowes for their vision for the wellness sector, their support for therapists and other health and wellness professionals and their all consuming passion.
As a therapist I feel that I am just hitting my stride so this is so unexpected. Thank you also to all the clients who took the time to review me.