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Ease yourself into 2018….

It’s that time of year when we are bombarded with lots of information and advice about what we should or could be doing to improve our health and fitness.

In Touch Therapies 2018

How about taking a breath this year and resolving to take better care of yourself?

This will mean something different to each and everyone of you.

For those of you who want to give complementary therapies a try as a way to look after yourself, In Touch still offers home visits, pamper sessions for small groups of friends, as well as individual treatments at the recently opened Colinsburgh treatment room.

Putting aside a little time for yourself in this ways sends powerful messages to your brain and nervous system and helps give you the focus and energy to tackle the new goals of a new year. So why not ease yourself into 2018 and all it’s opportunties by booking an appointment with In Touch.

Fiona is great at adapting each session to suit your needs

I have been attending the workplace wellbeing sessions with Fiona since January this year. Both the Indian head massage and the back neck and shoulder massage are so relaxing, I nearly falling asleep during the massage. Fiona is also great at adapting each session to suit your needs. I hope our Health Working Lives group keeps running these sessions as I look forward to it every month.


Work Place Wellbeing Sessions, In Touch arrives in Glasgow

Queens Cross Housing Association are hosting a day of work place well being on 12 November. Employees have access to 30 minute treatments during their working day and return to their desk relaxed and refreshed after Indian Head Massage, Reflexology or Back, Shoulder and Neck Massage.

This is the second time In Touch has provided work place wellbeing sessions at Queens Cross Housing Association. The previous taster sessions Β were held on three afternoons in June and were fully booked and positively evaluated. As a forward thinking employer, the housing association recognises the importance of the well being of their staff.

A quiet and private room is provided which is separate from the main office creating an environment that provides employees the opportunity to switch off completely for 30 minutes. This type of relaxing break can enhance concentration and focus so it benefits both the employer and employee. When treatments are offered regularly to employees stress can be reduced leading to increased productivity and improved well being.

If you are interested in finding out more please contact Fiona to find out how wellbeing sessions can be held in your workplace.