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Craving to Stop Smoking Easily?

Posted by Diane Oxborough

33 Days Ago

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Anxiety, Panic & Claustrophobia: Case Study, Alison

Posted by Diane Oxborough

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The effects of being or knowing and Empath.

Posted by Sybella Loram

42 Days Ago

  The effects of being or knowing an empath. Being an empath is when you are affected by other people’s energies, and have an innate ability to intuitively feel and understand others.  Your life can be unconsciously influenced by others’ desires, wishes, thoughts, and moods.  Being an empath is much more than being highly sensitive and it’s not... [read more]

Havening for Phobias, Anxiety and Negative Emotions

Posted by Roger Gilbert

50 Days Ago

Have you ever wondered why one person can have a scary experience - for example, a bad flight in an aeroplane - and forget about it, while someone else can have a similar experience and develop a phobia or anxiety for the rest of their life?  Ronald Ruden, a doctor in New York State, has puzzled over this... [read more]


Posted by Tess Adams

69 Days Ago

"I was angry!  So angry... I began stabbing at the cornflakes packet with my spoon when I was ten.  Then I took to writing big angry words on the cardboard - nasty words, swear words.  Then I felt better.  So I tore then up.  I found solace in writing large angry words on paper (toilet paper included).  I... [read more]

How to train for a Walking Marathon Part 2

Posted by Jenny Swan

101 Days Ago

Following on from Part 1 of this Blog, I am going to discuss how you can design a programme to train for a 26.2 mile walking marathon. The 10% Rule for Marathon Distance Training Your marathon training timetable will vary by how much base mileage you have already built. If you have followed the advice given in Part 1 you will... [read more]

Interstitial Cystitis (IC)

Posted by Sylvia  Salvendy

104 Days Ago

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How to train for a Walking Marathon from SCRATCH!

Posted by Jenny Swan

104 Days Ago

HOW TO TRAIN FOR A WALKING MARATHON FROM SCRATCH – Part 1My client base is wide and varied – some come in for maintenance massage, some for Personal Training, Pilates Instruction or rehabilitation exercise – most come with some sort of injury or serious health problem. For those who are recovering from injury or wanting to get... [read more]

From Pain to Hope!

Posted by Steven Blake

113 Days Ago

The 5 lies of Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia is not only a hidden illness; most of what is written about it is either irrelevant or simply untrue. Lie #1, The cause is unknown. Lie #2, There is no “cure.” Lie #3, There will be a pharmaceutical answer. Lie #4, People with Fibro all have the same illness. Lie #5, Being a Fibro Warrior is a... [read more]

11 Ways to Fix Lower Back Pain

Posted by Jenny Swan

118 Days Ago

Low back pain is definitely one of 2 muscular skeletal issues I encounter the most in my clinic – the other being neck and shoulder issues. Perhaps you bent the wrong way while lifting something heavy or twisted in the car or while lifting weights and felt your back “go” or “rip”. Perhaps you’re dealing with a degenerative... [read more]

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