PHOTO GALLERY – MARYBETTS SINCLAIR
All about the hydrotherapy book --2019 research trip to British Isles
MaryBetts hiking from Loch Ness to Handspring Publishing - Edinburgh.
Pre-Roman shrine to Celtic goddess - at Bath
St. Bernard's well, Edinburgh
The statue of Hygeia, the Greek goddess of health, watches over a mineral spring named after St. Bernard, a saintly monk who once lived nearby. In earlier times, the waters were said to be capable of curing arthritis, intestinal problems, muscle pain, blindness and other disorders, and cures were credited to him.
Bath springs - circa 800 BC
Roman bath, Bath - 40 AD
King's bath, at Bath - 17th century.
Thermae Bath Spa, 2019
Illustrations courtesy of Roman Baths, British Museum, and Thermae Bath Spa
TRIP TO THE SOUTH 2018
Atlanta School of Massage 2018
Atlanta Georgia 2018
since 1958,Dr. Cho is sometimes called the Mother Teresa of South Korea.
2016 training session for the first group of MoMNJo therapists. These beautiful women show their grace and co-ordination as they perform a group dance. (Note the yellow shirts with Gadgetholic logos on the back.)
2016 training session for second group of MOMNJO therapists. These therapists, too, show their grace, group spirit and sense of fun as they perform a group dance with hats brought from the US by Marybetts.