Penny writes a newsletter about every 3-4 months. The newsletter is about the latest in massage and herbal medicine which Penny may have read about or found out in many of the seminars and conferences she attends.

The newsletter gives you tips on helping your health, whether it be a cold/flu, the immune system, diet, exercise or posture related matters.

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Winter 2019

In this Winter edition of the newsletter I talk about: herbs and lifestyle to nip a cold in the bud. This season is supposed to be a severe one for the flu, so why not ta...


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Autumn Edition 2019

In this early Autumn edition I discuss a couple of topics: Your posture whether at the computer or doing other things. So important for back and neck health long term. I ...


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Xmas edition 2018

This is the final edition of the massage and herbal medicine news for 2018. In this edition I discuss: Increasing energy and decreasing stress over the Xmas period ...


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Spring Edition 2018

In this edition I talk about : a) psychoimmunology the study of how the immune system and the nervous system interact to cause chronic disease and inflammation b) How to ...


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Mid Winter 2018

In this newsletter I talk about bronchitis and how you can use lifestyle , herbs and supplements to reduce the symptom time. ...


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Early Winter 2018

In this early winter issue I talk about: Looking after your immune system through lifestyle and herbs. This is all about prevention. I will issue another newsletter later...


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Winter 2019

In this Winter edition of the newsletter I talk about: herbs and lifestyle to nip a cold in the bud. This season is supposed to be a severe one for the flu, so why not take on  some preventative measures.  The benefits of massage to help multiple sclerosis (MS) sufferers. 

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