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Students provide relaxing massages for hardworking NHS staff
During Hereford Hospital’s Wellbeing Week, hardworking NHS staff were treated to a range of massages provided by Massage and Complementary Therapies students from The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC).
Pictured: Massage students Daria in the foreground, Pippa to the left and Ryley to the right all hard at work massaging their clients
The students, equipped with their portable massage chairs, offered a variety of treatments to target the common areas of tension, such as the head, neck, back and shoulders, providing soothing massages to help alleviate muscle tightness and promote relaxation.
Pictured (L-R): Liam, Pippa, Louise, Daria and Freya are all busily working on their clients
Over a two-day period, their clients included medical students, consultants and those that had just completed their demanding ward shifts.
Attending events like this provides RNC students with opportunities to gain valuable hands-on experience in a real-world setting and gives them a chance to refine their skills and build confidence. Thank you to Hereford Hospital for inviting the students along to the event and we hope the students were able to provide a moment of tranquillity and rejuvenation from the daily stresses of the hospital environment.