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Sue Waterworth

Sue Waterworth

Sueís diverse background stretches from nursing, remedial massage, aromatherapy and teaching meditation to writing articles on food, health and wellbeing. Through all of this runs a thread of believing that itís possible to have true wellbeing, by using natural ways to stay healthy and happy.

Recent articles by Sue Waterworth

Health Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage

Mar 28, 2018

Learn more about the lymphatic system, lymphatic drainage treatment & the health benefits of lymphatic drainage massage.

What Can I Use Flower Essences For?

Apr 3, 2012

If you were to take a look into the toolbox of any of historyís great healers, youíd probably find some flowers.

Aromatherapy For Eczema Relief

Feb 6, 2012

Aromatherapy can be really useful in the treatment of many skin conditions if itís chosen with care.

Massage Techniques for Arthritis

Feb 1, 2012

Many types of massage work well to induce relaxation and reduce the pain associated with arthritis.

Is Massage Good For Babies?

Dec 12, 2011

In many cultures, especially ancient ones, baby massage is a normal part of life, and has been since the dawn of time.

Have Your Own Hot Stone Massage

Dec 6, 2011

Hot stone massage is possible at home, or anywhere you choose. Itís not really a massage; more a hot stone treatment.

An Introduction to Kahuna Massage

Dec 5, 2011

If youíre ready to be transported into a place of deep relaxation and peace, you wonít need to look any further than Kahuna massage.

What is Good Movement?

Nov 29, 2011

Why exactly is one personís movement different to another's? Find out how to move better in this article.

What is Acupressure?

Nov 25, 2011

A treatment thatís ancient, effective and painless? ĎToo good to be trueí you say. But with such a long history, itís worth taking a closer look at acupressure.

What Can I Do to Help My Arthritis?

Nov 16, 2011

Every creak, ache or pain is tipped into the Ďarthritisí basket. Thatís a pity, because itís a frightening diagnosis for the owner, and not terribly helpful.

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