Yesterday at workshop was zone therapy oh my it is wonderful - sooo relaxing I'm gonna love perfecting my technique. I actually personally prefer it over a massage.
Tissue salts are very new to me and fascinating - just looking at someones face I've learnt to tell which tissue salt people are deficient in. I'm off on another Tissue salts course on Monday so looking forward to it. It is going to be something I really use in my naturopath business.
Aromatherapy class was such fun we got to smell each essential oil and make up a cream
The knowledge I've been absorbing I'm so going to so love sharing and using.
AND I PASSED the massage exam, weren't the tutors wonderful working late to finish their assessments so they could put us students out of our misery. To obtain the certificate in relaxation massage I've now got to massage 12 willing bodies, write up case notes and get a first aid certificate and send in final paper. (I've already passed the theory papers and the practical at workshop phew)
Stella and Abbey went and visited one of our friends mum, Alice who is in her 80's. Stella is the very first dog that has ever been in her house. Abbey loved the visit and hearing how Alice grew up in Scotland a very special visit for them both I am sure.
Abbey has been really good at pacing herself and saving her energy. She's been running the house here doing our washing, meals and during the day some sewing. Listening to her body and resting, which can mean leaving the dishes, not putting away things so with popping out the place was a tad untidy. GASP the bach owner came and did a clean (we had said not to worry we are quite ok with looking after ourselves). Abbey came home to all the dishes done, the load of washing hung out, her bed made and mine too (I love leaving it crumpled really makes me feel like I'm on holiday - the rebel in me) Abbey's room was messier than mine and she was soo embarrassed. UNTIL I said I bet the bach owner thinks Abbey's room is mine as she scored the queen bed and I'm in the children's room with the bunks lol. I went and thanked the bach owner she said she does it daily for people who stay here and that we were not very messy at all PHEW she likes fluffing up the place for guests. Isn't she wonderful!
Right I better get cracking as Abbey and I are treating ourselves with a little taste of Paris for breakfast at Petit Paris
I sure hope at the nutrition workshop we don't have to share what we had for breakfast this morning.