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Dealing with post-trauma

Mayfields Lavender Farm, August 2020

So I’ll start by saying I don’t actually have experience with diagnosed PTSD in my line of work, but I do have experience to share and it may resonate with those of you who have had a traumatic medical issue or event.

2 years ago, I had a procedure that went very […]

By |August 3rd, 2020|Health & wellness, Opinion, Pilates & Rehab|0 Comments

BAD ADVICE… who do you trust and listen to when it comes to your health and fitness?

Do you have a great GP who advocates for Pilates-not-painkillers and sensible “social prescriptions” etc. Do you have a great PT or Yoga/Pilates instructor who really knows their onions? But what if you don’t? Where do you turn? Following on from listening to a number of speakers at yesterday’s online version of Therapy Live (a […]

By |June 27th, 2020|Health & wellness, Opinion, Pilates & Rehab, Sports Therapy|0 Comments

Plan for when things don’t go to plan!

PLANS… when was the last time something didn’t go to plan? Stupid question right now I guess, but how did you feel and did you have a back-up plan?

We often talk about going with the flow, but if like me, you really value order and planning this can be a challenge. In these unprecedented times, […]

By |June 4th, 2020|Opinion|0 Comments

#blackouttuesday

REFLECTION ON PRIVILEGE… I didn’t want to let my single black square be the final word. Although this is far from a social or political commentary account, and, let’s face it, barely anyone is reading, but I feel we should all use any platform we have to make ourselves clear and say something.

As a woman, […]

By |June 3rd, 2020|Opinion|0 Comments