Due to the announcement from the government on 23 March, I will be following rules to stay at home. I’m sorry I can’t visit you to do your treatments but I want to help our country get better. Please continue to wash your hands with soap and avoid social contact to prevent the spread of the virus. The Online booking system will remain closed until further notice.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your understanding. I will continue to post pictures daily by resurfacing old photos for inspiration.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Keep safe and enjoy your time with your families….this could be a perfect time to reconnect with each other. Good luck to everyone who is home-schooling….we can all learn something new everyday, and to everyone who is self-isolating, it must be extremely difficult doing this on your own but you’re welcome to video call anytime!
It’s an anxious time, and for those who are prone to anxiety, it feels like a very difficult period to get through. Here are a few things to try, which may help to ease the worry:
- Take breaks from social media. It’s good to keep up to date with the latest info, but the constant stream of coronavirus posts, opinions and drama can be exhausting. Turn it off every so often, and set some times each day when you’ll dip in.
- Don’t Google your symptoms! The best place to go is the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ or Public Health England: https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response They’re the official lines of info.
- Get some exercise. It’s great for boosting your mood, and taking your mind off things.
- Treat yourself to something nice, whether it’s a chocolate biscuit or even a new set of nails! Us humans have a tough time dealing with sudden change, and you deserve a little lift for getting through it.
Please stay safe and remember to encourage family members to wash hands thoroughly, whilst singing happy birthday twice – or even the alphabet song, to keep things varied! What a strange time we’re living in. Don’t think anyone has ever known anything quite like this before…hold tight and we’ll come out the other side, and I’m looking forward to pampering you when we do.