Send a bit of Love
Send a bit of Love
During the last few months, many of us have not been able to see family and friends, and messages of support and hope have become a lifeline to many who are shielding or living away from loved ones.
Our practitioner Christina Morgan has come up with a unique way for people to still let their family and friends know they are thinking of them.
Christina, who is one of our NLP/Life Coaches at the Centre for Integral Health in Shrewsbury, as well as a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and Personal Fitness Trainer, has a shop at online market website Etsy, where she creates gifts containing messages to support mental and physical wellbeing.
Snowdrop House Gifts
During lockdown, Christina, who has a background in both specialist nursing care and corporate life, has been unable to carry on with her usual therapies and current government restrictions continue to make many treatments impossible.
While she has run Maisie Moo Gifts on Etsy for several years, she decided to create a new shop to showcase a unique range of gifts that help support mental health and wellbeing as well as a few others to spread joy, happiness and love.
“During lockdown, we all felt cut off from our friends and family. It’s so hard when you can’t just pop over and give them a hug,” Christina said. “I wanted to create this range of gifts so people can send a loved one a little message to let them know they are thinking of them and put a smile on their face.
“We’ll be expanding the range over the coming year and we are looking forward to sending out little messages of love across the country.”
Passion for helping
Christina said that while she is looking forward to getting back to her normal practice, she is enjoying running her new venture and helping people to connect across the country.
“My passion is for helping people and I don’t want to just give a temporary fix. It’s about helping people make positive changes and giving information that will continue to benefit them throughout their lives.
“It might seem a small token but by helping people look after their loved ones by sending a special message or gift, it will, in turn, bring a smile to somebody’s face and do the world of good for their mental health,” she said.
To have a look at Snowdrop House Gifts, see https://www.etsy.com/shop/SnowdropHouseGifts
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The Centre for Integral Health was started in 2013 by director Ben Calder after studying Integral theory since 2011 and over 10 years of professional practice of kinesiology and Bowen fascia Release Technique, coupled with the desire to explore the application of the Integral Model in relation to health.read more