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Keeping active in winter!

What a brilliant autumn we are having thus far! It’s not hard to feel happy and motivated when the sun is shining and the skies are blue. But what happens when those nights draw in even further? If you are anything like me, you start to swap into your...

End of summertime blues? There’s no need to be glum

As the end of the summer holidays approach…. others of us are just preparing to jet off. But let us not dwell on that… Late summer and early autumn can be an exciting time of year to start getting into good habits while we still have the warm days and...

Dehydration, rehydration!

Maximising your athletic performance by staying hydrated this summer  The summer heat and humidity this year has been fabulous, but many of us are forgetting the golden rules on how to stay hydrated when active.  Given the right nutrition and planning you...

Running, injuries and charity

  I'm a bit late to posting this blog but it remains relevant to this time of year as, hopefully, we are all out and doing in this gorgeous weather? Some of you are training for sporting events, many of you may have already completed them, in temperatures...

Running bra less?!

  Running bra less?...might not be as crazy as it sounds! I still don't recommend it. I was treating a client the other month when she admitted to wearing her wired bra under a compression sports bra when she ran. I couldn’t get my head round this. There are so many...

Spinal twists, not just for cats, but for healthy backs too

We shouldn't under estimate the benefit of articulating our bodies. Every morning, in fact every time (the lazy beast that is) my cat gets up from his comfortable perch on the radiator bed, he stretches, that long languorous whole body stretch that cats do, weirdly...

New Year’s Resolutions

With the end of 2017 creeping up on us ever so quickly (how did that happen!) I am constantly being reminded by clients that I haven’t yet planned any events for 2018, some have even finished planning 2018 and have started on 2019. I’m in awe. 2017 was...