Our next tip is from massage therapist, Sarah Jane Watson. Sarah began her massage tuition in the mid-nineties with world-renowned pioneer Clare Maxwell-Hudson. After graduating she assisted Clare on her diploma course during which she qualified as an aromatherapist and started to further her knowledge of different massage techniques.Her work is trusted by some of the top people in the health and beauty industry and she is known for her high standards of care, calm manner and professionalism. She is interested in all aspects of natural health, well-being, and has a profound a passion for the arts.
I am a huge advocate of dance, especially for women. Through expression of movement we can develop a deep relationship with our bodies and explore our sensuality in a way that is safe and positive.
Dance brings youthfulness to both the body and the mind. It encourages good posture, core strength and control, all of which promote confidence and self-assurance. It helps keep the body supple and teaches it to move with grace and ease.As we take in information and learn new steps our minds are put to work, stimulating the areas of our brain linked to memory and coordination.
For me dance enhances my connection to my femininity and through it I honour my individuality. It keeps my spirit young and that in our anti-ageing campaign is fundamental.