Category: Captains Den News

  • Summer 2021 Newsletter

    Where has this last year gone, since the previous Summer Newsletter?!…….. Here is this Summer 2021 Newsletter …….I hope this post finds you and your families and friends well. An exhilarating ‘Freedom’ time for some, an anxious lifting of restrictions for others. I have to say, I ere on the cautious side of restrictions and […]

  • Client Compliance

    • Business premises and treatment area Consultations will be carried out over the telephone or via email prior to your appointment. (Approximate time 15mins). Wash your hands before attending your appointment. Prompt arrival is required or your appointment will either be reorganisedor cut short to allow cleaning and accommodation for the next client. New opening […]

  • Summer 2020 Newsletter

    Here is your Summer 2020 Newsletter from Holistic Therapy at Captain’s Den. What an unprecedented year we are all experiencing! I wonder what you have been up to during this time. I hope you and your loved ones are all safe and well. Here at Holistic Therapy at Captain’s Den, we left our keys so […]

  • Terms & Conditions

    Captain’s Den follows the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 25th May 2018, Written by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). (Replacing Data Protections Act 1998.) Please find these Terms & Conditions to guide you to best practice in Holistic Therapy at Captain’s Den. Client Consent   I, Jan Hodgkiss, am a qualified KORE Therapy Consultant and […]

  • Post Race Massage

    It is nearly the start of the ‘Post Race Massage Season’ for Captain’s Den! Thanks to Mash Running, who have over the last couple of years supported and encouraged my presence! This years ‘first’ race will be at a new venue for Captain’s Den; Wolverhampton Trial Half Marathon. Starting at 11am, 23rd March! Follow this […]

  • Cupping

    Cupping Therapy dates back centuries and has been widely used around the world. The father of modern medicine, Hippocrates viewed cupping as a remedy for almost every type of disease. In traditional Chinese medicine, the use of cupping was expanded and included in surgery then in the 1950’s the Chinese confirmed its’ efficiency. What are […]

  • Stretching Exercise; What have you been advised?

    Many of us have visited the Doctor’s or seen a physiotherapist about pain we are experiencing in some part of our body. We are advised stretching exercise. Do we do them? How often? Do we do them until we feel ‘better’ then stop? Here is a link from he Chartered Society of Physiotherapy website for […]

  • Massage as Part of Well – Being.

    The Business I focus my work on your well – being from home at Holistic Therapy at Captain’s Den, so there are numerous days I do not ‘leaving the building’! I felt it was important for my wellbeing to ‘get out more’. I started walking on a regular basis, ensuring I continued to eat a […]

  • Food, Mental Health & Well-being

    From P22, International Therapist. FHT. Issue 108. Spring 2014 Food, mental health & wellbeing Control blood sugar levels, boost energy & increase protein. Love good fats & eat a rainbow of food everyday Help the happy hormones and keep hydrated Limit; Caffeine, smoking, sugar, alcohol & salt Aim for a more balanced stress response for […]

  • Loyalty Scheme

    Loyalty Scheme

    I have been asked; do I offer discount? I have a ‘Loyalty Scheme’ … I think this scheme is pretty competitive. So yes, I would say, I do offer discount! I also reward if you recommend a friend too! For every visit to the Holistic room receiving a KORE treatment or an Aromatherapy massage, you will […]