News & Updates

December 2012

For those of you that don’t know already, it is the start of a particularly new and very exciting chapter in my life as I am expecting a baby in the middle of February which is the main reason for this newsletter. I am now on maternity leave, if all goes well I am hoping to very gradually return to work from May but obviously with room for flexibility and restricted availability but I will keep you posted in another newsletter sometime before and on my website.
A fellow Maya practitioner, who also works in Edinburgh, but with different availability, is happy to see any of you in my absence, please contact me directly for her details or on the practitioner section of the Arvigo website. For other treatments any of the fantastic therapists at Mulberry House will be happy to see you should you wish. I want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your wonderful support and I look forward to welcoming you back on my return to work.

July 2012

It’s been a busy couple of years for me and I've finally come to the end of my studies (well, for now!)
I completed my Certification and Preconception to Postpartum Care courses in the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Massage in Colorado last October. An amazing experience - not only in terms of what I learned, but also in having the good fortune to study under Rosita Arvigo herself!
In April of this year I completed my Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine - something I have been studying for a few years - so I was thrilled to finally finish. I recieved my certificate in June and am now fully insured to practice.

In addition to this I attended a day-long course in Traditional Chinese Cupping Therapy. Cupping is a brilliant therapy that I incorporate into massage treatments to assist in releasing tension and toxin removal. I will also include this in the Cleanse programme I am offering.

Now that I am finished I am thrilled to be able to use all my time and energy to build my practice, communicating with lots of people about what I do and the benefits that using natural medicine can bring. To allow me to do this I have made some changes to my clinical practice. At the beginning of April I started working from Mulberry House, Edinburgh’s largest Complementary Health Centre on Manor place in the West end. This is a fantastic clinic that I feel very privileged to now be part of.

In June, after over 3 years, I left Neal’s Yard Edinburgh to focus on building my practice at Mulberry House.

I am still doing my weekend clinics up in Braco, Perthshire on the second weekend of each month. Since finishing at Neal's Yard these have now been extended to include a Monday too.

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