Tel: 07714 278760 / Email Rachel   Follow Rachel on Instagram Follow Rachel on Twitter Follow Rachel on LinkedIn

exercise

March blog 2020 Avoiding avoidance tactics to exercise!

Most of us have our favourite exercises to which we easily default. We often like to do them because an easy option feels, well, like an easy option. What I am challenging you to this month (as well as to myself) is to think about an exercise which you regularly ...

1 | exercise, feel invigorated, Home gym, invest in your health, just do it, Maintain a healthy lifestyle, mind and body refresh, Motivation for exercise, Move your body, perspective, Prepare your body, Progressing and grading exercise
read more

July blog 2019 Let’s Move it! Move it!

  "Schooooools out for summer..."  So here we are in the middle of the summer regardless of whether the weather is our friend or not!  Here are some of my current favourite exercises to keep our bodily parts more limber and lithe. Give them a go to uncover possible imbalances between your ...

0 | agility, buttocks, Core strengthening, exercise, feel invigorated, healthy posture, hip pain, invest in your health, just do it, Maintain a healthy lifestyle, mind and body refresh, Move your body, Muscle weakness, shoulders, strength, tone up
read more

April blog 2019: My top 5 Spring exercises!

  Our spring days are longer brighter and warmer now and with it can come more dynamic, prolonged and varied movements and activities for our bodies. All of which I would positively encourage you to do. However, have a thought for whether your body is as ready as your mind and ...

1 | balance, be ready, body, exercise, feel invigorated, invest in your health, just do it, little and often, mind and body refresh, Motivation for exercise, Move your body, top tips for a healthy Spring
read more

January 2019 blog: Fill the gap when days are short and nights are long!

We've had just over a couple of months of short days and long nights. Though for some it may feel a great deal longer than that.  For many, the idea of hibernating brings utter joy while for others it can bring a sense of despondency, disorientation and loss. The often grey ...

0 | exercise, feel invigorated, Fit for winter, invest in your health, Maintain a healthy lifestyle, Motivation for exercise
read more

October Blog 2018 Be ready for the change in season!

The sea change with summer morphing to autumn is upon us. I am mentally refreshed from the summer break but a little sluggish with the old physical jerks due to the disruption of my usual routine. It's getting the balance right that can be so challenging. Sometimes we get it just ...

2 | be ready, exercise, feel invigorated, invest in your health, just do it, little and often, Maintain a healthy lifestyle, mind and body refresh, Motivation for exercise, Prepare your body
read more

July Blog 2018 Use the unused fitness equipment you own!

Continuing from last month's blog on the home gym, this month I am offering thoughts around all that unused fitness equipment you may have lurking around your home. Free weights, a skipping rope, hula hoop, swiss ball, frisbee, theraband, tennis ball are just some of the items my clients tell ...

6 | exercise, feel invigorated, Home gym, invest in your health, just do it, little and often, Maintain a healthy lifestyle, Motivation for exercise, Move your body
read more

June Blog 2018 Home gym!

The reasons people go to a gym for the benefit of their health is very personal and very complex. People can be lovers and loathers. Even if you are a lover you may not necessarily go, despite a paid up subscription. If you are a loather you may religiously rock ...

8 | balance, cardiovascular exercise, exercise, Home gym, strength, stretching
read more

October 2016 Dementia: Fight it with exercise

Dementia is without doubt one of the most worrying and horrible diseases of our time. There is no cure and no way out once it starts. The impact on those affected and those who have to then provide the necessary care, is enormous and devastating. Dementia is an umbrella term. ...

0 | Alzheimer's disease, Brain training, cardiovascular exercise, Dementia, exercise, Hope
read more

July 2016: Arthritis: All is not lost.

The great adage "Old age doesn't come alone" is often quoted with reference to this disease and yes there is some truth in the statement. Arthritis can indeed be a horrible, painful and debilitating condition. However, it doesn't mean we have to give up or give in. There is so ...

6 | Aches and pains, Arthritis, exercise, growing older, Inflamation, joint degeneration, joint pain, Muscle weakness
read more

June 2016 Is cramp cramping your style?

If you are a sufferer of this exquisitely painful condition, I know that you'd do anything to make it stop. Read on my friends and discover what you can do for yourself to keep the blighter at bay. Not only that but all will be revealed on my choice of ...

2 | cramp, exercise, Muscle spasm, stretching, tightness
read more

One to One

Looking at how your whole body interacts with itself

read more

Simply Move!

Keeping exercise simple and making looking after yourself easy and fun

read more

Simply Fit!

Improving your cardiovascular fitness and strength

read more