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Debunking the myths around recovery

The majority of my clients really take their exercise seriously. For many of them, when I ask the question “How many days/hours do you train per week?“, a common answer I get is “5-6 days and about 1-2 hrs each time“. Whoa! That’s hardcore!

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A fresh new perspective on how to walk – try walking from your diaphragm

One of the common things I see during my remedial massage therapy sessions is a weak core which predominantly results from poor posture. You only need to look at the people around you and you’ll most likely be able to spot someone who’s shoulders are hunched over ever so slightly, their upper back has a bit more curvature to it than it should, and their neck is more forward than it should be. This is the inevitable state of where we are now given that we as a species have gone from a life where our days were full of physical exertion to a life where it’s mostly sedentary.

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Grounding – the best way to reducing pain and inflammation?

As an energy healer, the concept of grounding during energy healing sessions is crucial. Being grounded in that sense means that I am always aware of where I am, who I am and what is going on around me. This allows me to be calm and centered in dealing with whatever arises during the session and allows me to adequately hold a safe space for my client. I recently came across a film called “Down to Earth”, which goes into the more scientific side regarding the importance of grounding. Essentially, the short film discusses the fact that as humans we have a lot of inflammation in our body and inflammation, left untreated, ultimately leads to chronic pain. Fortunately for us, the experts in that film say that a very simple way to reduce this is to actually get grounded – i.e. walk with our bare feet on the ground. Why?…

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Welcome to 2018 – A great time to make a change

Goodbye to 2017 and welcome to the beginning of 2018! Whilst I’m not the biggest believer in new year’s resolutions (i.e. I believe that we can consciously choose to make a change at any point in time and not necessarily just at the beginning of the year), the start of the year is a good focus point for sitting back and thinking “what could I do to make my life better?”. A good way to start this process is to do a personal stocktake – not just of our physical things, but also of our own patterns, beliefs and thought forms.  So how do we do this? Physical de-cluttering De-cluttering is a great process to go through to get rid of the old and make way for the new. From a physical perspective, it’s pretty easy. Go through your wardrobe, cupboards, pantry, etc and ask yourself whether you really need…

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