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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Autumn 2016

In this newsletter I cover the following: A particular red plum which is excellent for your blood pressure, heart disease and obesity Antibiotic resistance and prob...


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Xmas 2015

This is my final newsletter for 2015.  In this issue we look at: a comparison on the health benefits of traditional oats vs quick oats the benefits of mass...


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Spring 2015

In this Spring edition of the newsletter I am discussing : Ways to relax hamstrings where regular stretching has not helped Sleep glorious sleep and how we can impr...


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Winter 2015

This is the wnter edition of massage and herbal medicine news. In this issue I talk about: Strengthening your immune system for winter Tennis elbow - How massage ca...


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Autumn 2015

Dear clients, This is the Autumn edition of the newsletter. It includes:  Important information regarding my business e-mail address which is changing slightly. ...


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Xmas 2014

  Dear clients, Over the Xmas period I will only be closed on 25,26, 27 Dec and Jan1.  This newsletter contains some interesting news on: helping...


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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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