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Banish your backpain forever

Banish your backpain forever If you are aged 40–55 years old and have had chronic back pain for longer than one year. This tells me that what you are presently doing, taking, thinking, being is not working. If we repeat the same behaviour, we get the same results. Life is harder than ever before and [...]

Self doubt, fear & critical thinking

Twenty twenty may have left us with wounds that are hard to shrug off, experiencing emotions such as grief, sadness, anger and frustration. However I have to ask you, when have you learnt more in life, would that be in suffering or in happiness? My experience is that great opportunities and self development can come [...]

Grand conspiracy or profound tragedy…

The United Nations predicts that this pandemic-induced recession could plunge as many as 420 million people into extreme poverty worldwide. 2020 has been an unprecedented year. Whatever you might think of the pandemic, there’s no denying that it has had a profound global impact. It’s been difficult to watch the struggles and growing pains we’ve been [...]

By |2020-12-13T22:33:23+00:00November 29th, 2020|anger, Philsophy, sadness, stress, tired|0 Comments

It is my belief that………

The way behave, communicate and view things is based on our belief system. Judgments and beliefs have caused many wars over the years, much violence, much loss including deaths, and much regret.  We should always choose non violence in life when we are put under pressure. This applies to situations when we are NOT being violated [...]

The importance of touch and hands on for human development

We are all different and have different ways of approaching matters in life. This is to do with not only our conditioning but our learning type skills. Different ways of learning is recognised with a variety of schooling now available throughout the UK. Introduction of Forest schooling, Montersory, Steiner and other cognitive development is starting [...]

By |2020-09-14T12:15:12+01:00September 7th, 2020|Philsophy, psychology, stress, tired|0 Comments

The man who knows all can learn nothing…

We are filled with fear, anger, confusion and most importantly hope at this time in life. I am going to tell you a story about two men, Louis Pasteur and Antoine Beauchamp's and their relevance to where we are today. These are strange times and the same conflict that was upon these two men in [...]

The fat cells of 42 – 57 year old females

So I am approaching 50 and my body is changing all the time. One size does not fit all. It's a myth that pilates or any other kind of exercise makes you slim. Flat abdominals always start in the kitchen. Everyone is different and this is why consultations are so important. We need to access [...]

Bruce Lee: “Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them.”

We are more likely to learn in life, school, work and relationships by the mistakes we make rather than the positive outcomes. Admitting to any sort of mistake or misdemeanour that takes great courage. Most of us wiggle our way out and play the child, victim, saboteur or prostitute archetype (survival archetypes). This is not [...]

Creating stability & resilience in times of crisis

Everyone is trying to work their way through life the best as they can. There is no wrong or right and we are all quick to judge others. When we judge, gossip, speak and communicate hurtfully of others it is actually a mirror reflection of how we feel and behave to ourselves. This behaviour comes [...]

Get out of survival mode

We are all presently experiencing challenges to our survival, that being our health, job, money, relationships and children. The combined stresses put many of us in a more compromised state of health, making us more vulnerable to disease and injury. This is because we are in a state of fight, flight or freeze. Fight mode [...]

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