Monthly Archives: September 2014

Exciting Progress in the Garden

I have been really busy with therapy clients and making lots of jams and chutneys for our Ynysymond Preserves business but still finding a bit of time to get out in the fresh air.

We now have 6 new additions to the family, in the shape of Blackrock chickens which we hope will keep us and some neighbours supplied with eggs.  They have been with us 2 weeks now so hopefully they will start leaving us presents before too long.  I think they will be due their first photo shoot this weekend so watch this space.

The most exciting thing to be coming up though is our first honey harvest – it won’t be huge, but really looking forward to what promises to be a messy, sticky process over the next few days, fingers crossed.

Reflexology taster treatments

Ever fancied trying reflexology or Bowen therapy? I will be at the Craft & Holistic Fair at Manor Park, Clydach on Thursday 11th September between 2 p.m and 9 p.m offering reflexology taster treatments. Why not come down for a no obligation chat to see how one of these two lovely therapies may be able to help your condition.  Of course, many people don’t wait until they have a problem but use either regular Reflexology or Bowen therapy treatments to maintain their good health – why not become one of them?