A different and low key way to get back in control of your life.
I have appointments available during March for Reflexology.
many of the clients that come to me at Two Rivers Reflexology say that lifestyle is contributing to the big problems in their lives. And in many cases there is ...no single magic bullet. It seems that good health is a combination of multiple factors.
Reflexology encourages healing and relieves stress and tension but should be part of a combined approach to your health.
If you are interested to learn more I can recommend "The Four Pillar Plan" by Dr Rangan Chatterjee which looks at the factors that most people have control over - food, movement, sleep and relaxation
Mrs Rennie, as she was known in the area, used to live at Two Rivers and was widely loved and also respected for her needle work. Rightly so. As Gladys Williamson she had designed dresses for the Royal Family in 1930’s, she also brought her art deco style to commissions from companies as diverse as Harods and Vickers.
This is one of her original artworks to inspire the Keep Britain tidy campaign - still relevant today, Thank you Mrs Rennie
There are none that compare
With you, dear little Snowdrop
So dainty and so fair.
And so dear little Snowdrop
Your beauty will always shine ...
And give us mortals pleasure
Time after time after time.
I am now offering treatments at Two Rivers Retreat. Please do take a look for more information on the Reflexology and Light therapies or give me a call / message.
Massage and pressure to the feet help relax, restore you and maintain the body's natural balance and health.
Please browse my other pages for further information about reflexology, prices and how it may benefit you.
Two Rivers is now home to some of the beautiful art of Flora McLachlan. Art that is seamless with the energy of the Retreat.
Flora MacLachlan has a print workshop in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, on the edge of a wild and scented moor, surrounded by lichened trees.
In her art, Flora wants to evoke a single charmed moment out of time, a magical vision that stills....
The scene is her ancient and enchanted landscape, roamed by guardian spirit-like animals, shadowed by woods where the holly springs green amongst the bare oaks and beeches.
Flora is inspired by the quests of medieval romance poetry – the idea of venturing forth into the wild world of trees and thorns, searching for a glimpse of the white hart.