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I am a Reiki Master and Massage Therapist working in the Cotswolds.  I also live on an Organic Farm and am interested in how we can improve our health in what we put in our bodies, what we put on our bodies and how to maximise our immune systems to stay healthy.  I have two teenage children about to fly the nest and a young fledgeling so have to do a fair bit of juggling!

By sapeach, Nov 3 2015 08:22PM

Recent events have made me think carefully about how much I do for my family, my community and for others. As a busy mother of three and a farmer’s wife I find my day filled with ferrying and managing and washing and feeding with the odd moment of time to myself which is inevitably interrupted by notions of unease that I haven’t tackled the ironing pile yet. But the blogs and reports I have read recently about the people living in the ‘jungle’ settlement, or vast refugee settlements in Jordan, or trying to make their way to safer countries across the seas and across borders have highlighted what it is like to live with nothing and hope for better. Amongst them are individual volunteers trying to help as well as organisations such as Medecins sans Frontières and collection points such as Swindon-Calais Solidarity to help provide basic items for them.

So on a local level I have teamed up with Holly Blue Holistics (www.hollyblueholistics.com), a young charity founded by Mel Bliss and David Lewis working to bring holistic therapies free of charge to people in Gloucestershire who would not otherwise be able to afford to access them. Each user is assessed and put in touch with an appropriate therapist who offers an agreed amount of time for no fee. A pay it forward idea that really excites me and with Reiki being such a positive energy that benefits people on so many levels, whether physically, emotionally or spiritually I really hope that I can show that it is not ‘just a job’ but reaching and helping all those that need it.

Sally Peachey offers relaxing treatments in Reiki, Massage and Indian Head Massage at Fairford Therapy Centre, Cirencester Hypnotherapy and Health Centre and at client’s homes as required.

See me at the Total Health and Spirit Fayre at Cirencester Town Football Club on Sunday 22nd November 10am-4pm. A wide range of therapies and businesses will be there as well as fascinating workshops and talks.

By sapeach, May 9 2015 08:23PM

I was out taking my three year old son to see my husband on his tractor last week and whilst walking across the unploughed headland I was brought to a standstill by the incredible sight of hundreds of seagulls wheeling around the tractor and plough. As the tractor turned at the end of one run and began to slowly make progress back up the hill a long stream of white feathers settled itself behind in the newly turned soil intent on finding food. There were enough to make a line for the entire length of the field and after taking some photos I began to wonder how it was that they knew where and when to find my husband and his plough. Seagulls don’t live in the countryside like pigeons do, they don’t roost at night in the trees, they like to go home each night to the concrete cliffs we provide for them in places like Swindon….with handy en -suite rubbish tips when times are tough. You see them flying around a little looking for tractors ploughing but not even in the huge flocks like pigeons and starlings. So how do they know? How do sharks know where the mackerel are shoaling? How do whales and dolphins know that it’s time to congregate in a particular place? We know they can sing songs that carry for miles and have their own languages and even particular dialects for each family group but is more at work here?

How did those amazing elephants congregate at the house of the author and conservationist Lawrence Anthony after he died? Who told two separate herds of South African elephants he saved that they should travel twelve hours to his house which they hadn’t been to for the past eighteen months? Coincidence?

I have had all sorts of interesting ‘coincidences’ happen to me in my life, but many more since I started focussing on Reiki, trained in Reiki and then began to start treating clients. And the more I mention these the more I hear of others with similar experiences. To my older son this is all just an anomaly that surely can be rationally explained by science. To me, my daughter and I suspect to my three year old the answer is logical to us but discounted by science. Beyond our physical senses there is a fascinating world of empathy, sensitivity and heightened awareness that can enhance and empower us in our daily lives.

Through Reiki I feel I am on a path of self-discovery and improvement that many others have trod. It is fantastic and exciting and at times annoying when you ignore your instincts and they prove right all along. It helps me to find old injuries, problems clients haven’t told me about and intuitively I can then be the channel for Reiki energy to help my clients. Suddenly injuries are eased, sleep improved, mojo refound and stress busted….or whatever is needed, as we are taught, ‘for the greatest and highest good’. In the future I hope to work with horses and dogs who very often are very receptive to some Reiki energy work. So maybe seagulls do have Facebook in the ether with pictures of tractors ploughing and a pin on the map and ‘be there or be square’…we just can’t see it. Meanwhile I will have to rely on Ripples Magazine and Facebook and soon, (I can’t wait!) my very own website to let people know I’m here and ready to help. There may just be some pictures of seagulls…..

Sally Peachey offers relaxing hour-long treatments using Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki at Fairford Therapy Centre, Cirencester Hypnotherapy and Healing Centre and at client’s homes as required.

Rebalance, relax, recover and re-energise with Reiki!

Sally Peachey 07905 236916


Fairford Therapy Centre 01285 711177

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