Walford Mill was chosen for it's idyllic location, surrounded by majestic trees and a tranquil riverside setting, The Millstream Bistro is a fantastic place to be, with it's charm and beauty alongside the river. Family run, Marc creates the most amazing food and welcome
We start 2019 with Live Laugh Love at the Millstream Bistro with the Natural Body Cafe who provide a menu of therapies for health and well-being, important for keeping our optimal heath during the winter months and a great way to kick start the New Year. We welcome a Trio of Therapists including Karen Scott the founder of the Natural Body Café, covering the importance of good digestion and sleep, Emily Laing – Nutritionist and Sports Massage Therapist and Andrew Noble Osteopath on how to deal with the framework to avoid or treat aches and pains.
The Natural Body café, is as it reads – A café for the body; All of our therapies and treatments are designed to work with the body either mentally, physically or emotionally. As people, we live in a demanding world, which at times can have a detrimental effect on our health over time. The Natural Body Café offers numerous therapies to enhance your life and well-being. From simple pick me up treatments such as manicures and pedicures to therapies that work on your energy field and flow, internal and external health, Such as Colonic Hydrotherapy, Massage, Reiki, Facial and Body skin therapies, with advise and understanding on how the body and mind works; giving you the tools to make much wiser and healthier choices within your life.
This evening we welcome Heather Dawn Godfrey - Aromatherapist and Author. Heather first learnt about essential oils, alongside other complementary medicine and integrated therapy principles and practices, in the early 70’s. TShe worked for Robert Tisserand when he first began to develop his business, then later studied at the University of Salford and was awarded a BSc (Joint Hon) Degree in Counselling and Complementary Medicine, and Masters Certificates in Integrated Mindfulness, and Supervision of Counsellors. Heather has published various material but what is exciting is that Heather has just released a fabulous book focused on the use of essential oils for mindfulness and meditation. This will be a fascinating, interactive and informative evening learning about how essential oils uplift and calm mood and emotion, support immunity and healing.