How to mobilise your mid back

As humans we are designed to be hunters and gatherers, our bodies are not designed to be sitting all day. From home to car/public transport, sitting at work all day, sitting having lunch, back home probably involving sitting again and then plumping ourselves in front of the telly to sit yet more hours and […]

Back to running 10km

Christien came to see me as she had heard about my Biomechanics Screenings and wondered if I could help her.

She had been running for a while and when she decided to move up from running 5kms to half marathons she started to experience injuries. She has successfully ran 4 half marathons despite the occasional […]

My longest injury free streak

I started running back in 2004 (or was it 2003?). I started exactly how I now recommend runners should start. With a simple programme where for the first week you run 1 minute, walk 1 minute x 10. Strangely my memories of this was doing it in the dark and I had no idea […]

It’s love!

 

Since changing the direction of my services from quite a generic Personal Training Service to focusing more and more on movement I have found myself in the enviable position of having a job I love more and more.

More than 2 years ago I qualified as a Biomechanics Coach and this has been a real […]

Introducing the Happiness Hub

I am so proud of my friend Joyce of @EatLiveLoveFood who has just updated her website and now has a Happiness Hub.

She is a Nutrition Therapist and has created a space to help share her knowledge on how to slowly change habits to improve health, happiness and nutrition. Joyce has asked me to write a […]

Kombucha – the Why and the How

I recently posted the following picture on the right to my social media and was surprised at the volume of response I received.  I have had problems with my digestion in the past and I drink kombucha regularly to help it along. It takes a few steps to make kombucha so I asked my friend […]

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