By Webteam - 1st September 2016 6:08am
Women from across Cheshire have taken time out from their busy schedule to relax at monthly wellbeing days.
Wellbeing days have welcomed trained therapists who have offered clients a mix of treatments including hot stone massages, indian head massage, reflexology and reiki all at affordable rates.
Motherwell CIC was launched in 2015 with the aim of providing activities and spaces for women to support other women on their mothering journey. Since then, they have provided support to women in a range of ways including through a post-natal counselling service, 'Happy Feet' 24 week fitness programme and various relaxation events.
The focus on health and wellbeing of Mums across the region inspired the project of offering regular wellbeing days which now welcome about 30 people at each event. Women are invited to experience the treatments in a calm and safe setting, providing a chance for the women to truly unwind.
Following the success of the established wellbeing days, funding from Santander has allowed Motherwell CIC to host brand new Wellbeing Workshops. Women can benefit from workshops including a six week "Sparkle and Shine" programme. This workshop provides a mixture of meditation, reiki and goal setting to help reduce anxiety, for the small price of £5 per two hour session.
Wellbeing days will begin again in September with treatments costing only £12.50 each
They will take place in Nantwich on the third Wednesday of the month at CTC Physiotherapy (5-9pm)
If you are interested in being part of any of these events, please contact Kate Blakemore on 07734868325 or email email@example.com
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