On Thursday evening I volunteered at a Ladies Night of Indulgence in support of the North Hertfordshire branch of the National Childbirth Trust. It was held at the Priory Barn in Little Wymondley near Hitchin and bought together therapists specialising in Indian head massage, reiki, reflexology, hot stones and aromatherapy. There was also Scrap Revolution, a scrapbooking business that can show you how to turn your photos and memories into keepsake albums, Splat, a business specialising in cooking parties, Mama Baby Bliss who are dedicated to the wellbeing of mums, babies and mums-to-be and an array of beauty therapists and craft stools. There was a tombola and raffle, a performance from a local belly dancing group, Imajica, and a treat for the ladies from the male members of GL-14 Health Club who performed on stage stripped to the waist holding weights! The biggest attraction though was the chocolate fountain and fondue dips. Personally, I was too busy to check out any of the other delights. I was able to gaze over at the chocolate fountain every once and a while though!
Reflexology with the two Sarah's
Relaxing the client in preparation
Working the head reflex and sinuses
Fellow reflexologist, Sarah Holland, works on Alison, one of the event organisers