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March blog 2021 – You’re only as fit as the life you live – Life after lockdown Part 1

YOU'RE ONLY AS FIT AS THE LIFE YOU LEAD This is a little mind puzzle to start you thinking. Is your belief in your level of fitness a reality, or your perception? If you're still scratching your head on where I'm going with this, allow me to relay a conversation I ...

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February blog – living in tune with the natural world

For me, February marks a milestone in my year. It is a turning point in the cycle of our seasons, as the natural world transitions from winter towards spring. As I write, the recent weather conditions have been very wild and very wet interspersed with very snowy, very sub ...

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December 2020: Power up and power down your mind and body for greater health!

Despite this year of extraordinary and unprecedented challenges drawing to a close, we can still rise up and be strong and reconnected with ourselves. We are living through a time that goes against all that makes us human; time to touch, to congregate, to move our bodies, to still our ...

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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 ...

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February blog 2020 Effectiveness of free-flow movement

Continuing on from last month where I approached the issue of rethinking your exercise regime, this month I am considering how you actually approach and perform exercise and activities. Use the examples below to ascertain if your exercising or activities are faintly disguised military assaults on your body. Try to ...

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January blog 2020 Rethinking your exercise regime.

New beginnings give the opportunity to pause, give yourself space to reflect on where you are, where you are aiming for and how you want to get there. Don’t dive in and just start. This opens you up to ignoring vital signs your body is warning you of OR missing ...

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Living with low energy levels

Do you ever catch yourself wondering how it is that there are all these Uberhumans with their healthy looking bodies and their get up and go that hasn’t got up and gone, packing every spare moment with highly energised adventures while you hold your head in your hands and dream ...

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One to One

Looking at how your whole body interacts with itself

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Simply Move!

Keeping exercise simple and making looking after yourself easy and fun

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Simply Fit!

Improving your cardiovascular fitness and strength

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