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foot reflexology chart

Reflexology: a whole lot more than just foot massage!

People always come out totally chilled out after reflexology with Tracey or Rhi. Clearly one of the most relaxing therapies we offer at The Hub, it’s actually a whole lot more than just foot massage… Check out on the reflexology chart where areas of the body correspond to areas of the feet and you can…
Probiotic strains in gut

Choosing the right probiotic strains

One acidophilus is not equal to another acidophilus. Increasing evidence proves that choosing the right probiotic is all about finding the right STRAIN of friendly bacteria rather than a generic type of probiotic. Here’s the lowdown on how to choose the right probiotic strains. The only probiotics worth taking are those that contain live bacteria. The range…
Reduce stress

Blow a raspberry to stress

Ever put your tongue in neutral? It’s a simple way to blow a raspberry to stress – literally disengaging your head from your brain chatter. Practise it any time to reduce stress I learned this technique in a training session when I was doing my diploma in coaching and I have shared it with hundreds of people…
The Drama Triangle: woman cross with husband

Take the drama out of your relationships

Hubbie gets in from work, dinner’s overdone and he lets rip to his wife. She’s ‘always’ burning food, he shouts. She retaliates with a ‘yeah but’ – can’t he see their son’s upset and needing some help with a fall-out with a friend at school? He comes back with something like ‘You’re for ever pandering to…
pretty water bottles with crystals to infuse water

Water bottles with crystals to infuse water

Bewater bottles… be inspired! be empowered! be revitalised! Your body needs water to survive and thrive. Drinking the right amount is essential for good health, with every cell, tissue, and organ in your body needing water to work properly. Good hydration boosts your energy and immunity, strengthens your skin and hair, flushes toxins from your…
Suitcases packed ready for holiday

Travel sickness and diarrhoea

It’s not what anybody wants to think about really before they fly off for two weeks’ relaxation. But sickness and diarrhoea can be a holiday wrecker. So here are a few homeopathic remedies for travel sickness and diarrhoea – they take up a minuscule space in your suitcase, yet pack immense relief if food poisoning,…
Mats and bolsters on yoga retreat

10 reasons to take our yoga retreat

On Sunday 16 September we are holding a one-day relax and rejuvenate yoga retreat. This will involve some yoga, some meditation, some goal setting, lots of relaxation and a sound bath – most importantly, it will be an opportunity to withdraw from life… and recalibrate. Time for you. Good time to do it: September, after…
Kid with suitcase at airport

Probiotic for travelling abroad

Off on holiday somewhere you think you might have a spot of bother with your stomach? We advise that you go armed with our probiotic for travelling abroad. When eating and drinking differently in unfamiliar environments it’s all too common to experience stomach upsets, often caused by an upset of the body’s natural gut flora.…
Counting sheep

Mindfulness meditation for sleep

So you’re having difficulty sleeping? Trouble is, if that goes on night after night, then bedtime becomes a ‘try harder’ trial: you lie there awake and when sleep doesn’t happen you get in a tiz. Forget counting sheep. Your head gets cluttered with those gibbering thoughts… It’s happening again; if I don’t fall asleep soon…
glass of cold water

How much to drink in this heatwave?

Do you know how much to drink when it’s hot? A lot more than most of us think, it turns out. A leading surgeon at Southampton General Hospital recommends that in this heatwave people ought to be downing three litres of water a day – yet he’s found hardly anyone drinks that amount. He says…
Homeopathic remedies for travel sickness

Beat travel sickness this summer

Motion sickness is such a drag when you’re off on holiday – it even prevents some people from wanting to travel. Children from three to 12 years old are particularly susceptible, and there’s nothing worse than coaxing a sick child through a journey. So whether it’s the car, boats or planes that bring on that…
Accepting bad thoughts

Time to accept bad thoughts!

It’s human to feel rubbish some days, maybe even weeks. While it may seem as if you have no choice but to power through those bad times, taking time out to contemplate about your anxieties, self-doubt or feelings of uncertainty can make all the difference – accept what’s causing your distress and you’re on your…
mosquito bites

Don’t be plagued by mosquitoes and midges!

If you’re one of those folk who’re plagued by mosquitoes and midges though summer evenings, here are a few tips on how you can fend them off this summer! Our round-up includes not only all-natural insect deterrents, but also  natural ways to soothe stings and bites. ALL-NATURAL INSECT REPELLENTS We strongly recommend that you do…
food for anxiety

Eat your way out of anxiety

Meditate, do relaxation and breathing techniques, practise mindfulness, come to The Hub’s yoga classes… These are all excellent ways to help if you suffer from anxiety and nervousness. However, what you may not realise is that you could well be aggravating your anxiety with the food you eat. Not for nothing do we have expressions…
gratitude

Bring gratitude into your life

Cultivating an attitude of gratitude reaps multiple benefits in keeping us happier, healthier and calmer. A key tenet in mindfulness, it is a powerful force that not only brings a smile to the face, but also links to you to a higher power that you can trust in that all will be well in life.…
stings

Homeopathy for bites and stings

Here are some homeopathic remedies our homeopath Sue Leach recommends to have on hand in case anyone gets bitten or stung. Use 30c potency for bites and stings, the dosage that’s best for all first aid, and take 1 pill 3 times daily, or as required. All these remedies are available at The Hub for £7.50…
vitamins and minerals in fruit and veg

Do we need to take food supplements?

We often hear people saying they eat a healthy diet so why on earth would they need to take food supplements? Well, here’s the reason: the fruit and veg we eat today delivers a fraction of the nutrients of the stuff our grandparents ate. You’d have to eat eight oranges nowadays to derive the same…
yoga classes over summer

Yoga classes through summer

Some of our yoga teachers are taking a bit of time out over the summer, but rest assured we’re still keeping up the yoga momentum for you! As a dedicated yogi myself, I know what it’s like to miss my regular yoga, so here’s wheat we’ve arranged so you can carry on gaining your lovely…
Homeopathy proof

Homeopathy proof is suppressed

Health groups in Australia are up in arms because homeopathy proof has been suppressed – yet again. A report that concluded homeopathy is effective was never published in 2012. Instead, the review was replaced by another report in 2015 that suggested homeopathy is ineffective and any benefits that are reported are due purely to placebo…
Reduce stress

Stress less mantras

Chill, enjoy the sunshine. Here are 10 mantras to reduce stress… Keep repeating the ones that work for you to help make life feel a bit less hectic– the more you say ’em, the more you’ll do ’em! Do a few things well Day by day, hour by hour Eat that frog: do the difficult…

The Natural Health Hub is proud to be joining the fundraising efforts of Friends of Ray of Hope, a small charity that helps slum families in Uganda. Every penny donated goes to their project for the benefit of the children and their families, enabling many youngsters and women to escape the poverty and disease of the slum community. [Read More...]

Our Vision

The Natural Health Hub is exactly what the name suggests: a hub where practitioners gather together and collaborate with the common goal of promoting and providing natural health for women, children and babies. My aim is to establish a centre of excellence in complementary therapies, a place to come for holistic healing and advice, whether physical, emotional or spiritual.