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Self Care is your hands ~ Part 4

Welcome to the fourth installment of the ‘Self Care is in your hands’.

This video will show you how to use hand reflexology points to help with Migraines and headaches. We all know that the route cause of migraines can differ greatly from person to person and the symptoms can be mild to severe. These points are all about maintenance, keeping the muscles loose around the head and neck, working on your stress levels and just learning to connect back into your body and breathe.

I do recommend that you work these points along with the stress points and spine moves at least once a day if you are prone to migraines.

Remember if you are pregnant you CANNOT work the downward release point in this video.

I hope you get something from this installment and the next issue will be about healthy reproductive system.

Claire

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Self Care is in your hands ~ Part 3

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to the next installment of Self Care is in your hands. Today I will be showing some very simple hand reflexology points for sinus congestion and the upper lymphatics.

More now than ever looking after yourselves should become part of our daily routines, not just when we are feeling unwell. By using these points in the video you can really help relieve that heavy feeling in your head and eyes you get when your sinuses are congested.

These points can be worked as often as you need.

I hope you enjoy and if you would like to look back at the previous videos on Neck, Back and shoulder tension and the Stress and Anxiety points, you can add them into your daily routine of self care.

Please just ask if you ave any questions

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Self Care is in your hands

This is the first in a series of hand reflexology self help videos that you can use anytime anywhere.

The first video is all about back, neck and shoulder care. These points are perfect for helping with tension that can build up in these areas, especially at the moment with everyone working from home and not having the proper desk or chair at home.

I would recommend doing these simple moves at least three times a day with 5 minutes per hand.

Trust how it feels and don’t be shy of your pressure.

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