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How To Make Your Home More Relaxing

How To Make Your Home More Relaxing

At times like these we feel it is so important to make your home your relaxation sanctuary. We know how hard this can be with 'home' now being where many are working from, which for some means turning your lounge into some sort of office space. Children now being home schooled with papers, pens and homework everywhere you look. Yes, it needs to be functional but it also needs to a place where you can enjoy your evenings and weekends stress free. 

That is why this week we speak with Sheree who is a local relaxation therapist. She gives us a few simple and basic steps that we can do to make our homes more harmonious and peaceful to stop and relax in at the end of a busy day.


Can you give us a short introduction about yourself? 

My name is Sheree and I am a local relaxation therapist.  I love to help people relax and feel good. It makes me smile to see people feel happy and calm as the world around them becomes busy. 

What is your favourite thing about the area you live?

I love the area... I live on Canvey island which is by the sea and I love the sea.


How and why did you start your business?

How and why did I start my business is a good one... I previously did t-shirt printing but the business just got to much for me on my own and I wasn’t enjoying it so I decided to train for something totally new. I wanted to do some type of beauty so I trained to do nails, facials and massage. The relaxation side of my business really interested me so I pursued this and furthered my training to become a relaxation therapist and the rest is history. 

What are your top tips for people wanting to relax at home?

There are many simple things that you can do that really can make a big difference to your home. I would start with de-cluttering and making your home as clutter free as possible. This way you can create an area that you love and really make it your own. Another favourite thing of mine for relaxing at home is candles, and cushions, somewhere where you can take time out and just breath, read a book or do some meditation. 

The smell of your home is important and can really help with ambience, incense or essential oils will give a relaxing aroma to your area. Taking time out to refresh and recharge is important so important for you and your health. This year has truly shown that. Another way to make your home more relaxing is select the correct lighting maybe dimmers so you can have a nice calm light to relax of an evening again candles and aromas around the house to embrace your Hygge.


How can you help/where can we find your business?

Once restrictions are lifted I am really excited to open my relaxation cabin. My relaxation therapy is home based and I also offer online relaxation sessions. 



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