Ways To Boost Your Body Image

“Health and fitness are, obviously, pretty important, but cultural imperatives such as achieving a “summer” body that you can flaunt on the beach can have little to do with either. (And I say that as someone who’s written a few articles thereon, however well-intentioned.) Indeed, exercise and eating well may seem inherently good, but can,…

Blog: Exercise when recovering from illness and injury

Exercising after an illness or an injury can sometimes be difficult and frustrating. It can feel like we are being held back and restricted whilst our body is in recovery mode Pushing too hard with exercise too soon can lead to problems with our recovery. One of the best things to do is to listen…

Blog: Time after time

Hello I hope everyone is well.  This is not my first attempt at writing a blog since I got covid, but it’s the first one that has made it past a few words. Covid has been pretty awful.  I’ve since tested negative, but still having issues with tiredness, headaches and with my voice/speech.  The brain…

Design Your Day

We offer tips to manage your wellbeing in our training offer to you. There will be things that will work for you and many will not. Wellbeing is not a prescription. It’s important to self care and make time to do your own research when it comes to your wellbeing. This article from huel.com offers…

Ways to Stop Chasing Perfect and Transform Your Life

For those that have attended our training sessions, you will know the phrase ‘perfection is a lie’. With that in mind, I wanted to share this article with you. It outlines some great tips as to how to train your mind toward perfectionistic sobriety. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/having-sex-wanting-intimacy/201909/4-ways-stop-chasing-perfect-and-transform-your-life?utm_source=Newsletter%20Subscribers&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Mindful%20Monday%20%2F%20200%20%28RdfAYA%29&triplesource=klaviyo&_kx=gPK0Lgfi8ip5qzFngUUwairf8tVuhWymvqzlPF5mFskbFyo46ycM1G2cYb62rTLg.KhZBMb

Blog: The voyage home

  Hello everyone This blog is written on 1 May 2022, during a two hour delay to my flight back to Manchester. Happy May day. As I return home today, the first elements of my every day life and routine return to me. Tomorrow is a Bank Holiday in England so I do at least…

Blog: My Marathon Journey

Running has been a big part of my life for many years. I’ve been fortunate enough to run marathons in amazing places such as Paris, New York, Chicago and Berlin. I am not a particularly quick runner but I do it to support my mental health. I was due to run the Barcelona Marathon in…

Blog: Exercise Therapy

Hello Everyone I hope everyone is well I have written recently about going through a significant wave of anxiety throughout March, for which I am now still in recovery for. I am at the moment working on improving my coping techniques, as well as looking at new ways to reduce anxiety overall for myself.  I…

Blog: recovery part two

Hello everyone I hope everyone is well. In my last lock I wrote about my recent injury and how I am recovering from this. This blog is pretty much an update on how this is going. Mental health is really important, and just as important as our physical health. Our mental health is less visible…