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Scones, Jam & clotted cream

Last weekend I indulged in some homemade scones, jam and clotted cream. It was earthy, appropriate and I have no regrets regardless what people might think. But this is the thing. It is in moderation, it’s simple sugars and simple carbs which is the most inflammatory. I was on holiday in Salisbury and wanted to [...]

3 Keys  to Raising Your Standards

“Everything you have wanted is on the other side of your comfort zone.” Over the last two days I’ve interviewed new staff for both my Manchester and St. Helens studio. Mad you may think to be expanding in such times of uncertainty; this is the thing, everyone wants to show up when everything is going [...]

7 Life lessons in survival

1- Everyone is doing their best in life We expect everyone to share our beliefs, thoughts and behaviour Being a human being requires you to make your own choices When people complain or moan understand that it’s NEVER about US and it isn't personal (it just feels like it) Its ALWAYS about the other person and [...]

I am excited despite the doom and gloom of MSM

You see I can focus on the article I received this morning on gyms and exercise facilities being down on numbers or closing altogether OR I can focus on the amazing opportunity I have to deliver even more outstanding services and find opportunities in adversity Things always happen FOR me and NEVER too me But [...]

‘Stop complaining and moaning’ – said you.

So…you’ve found yourself around someone whining, complaining, bitching and moaning and…it’s annoying, right? Usually a relation, friend or work colleague. So you want to know what to do about it, how to handle what they are doing, but perhaps in a way that’s kind. There will always be 99 problems? GET USED TO IT. Human [...]

By |2022-01-10T16:47:56+00:00December 8th, 2021|life, sadness, stress, thinking, Thoughts|0 Comments

What people might think???

So I was back at the GARUDA apparatus studio on Monday for the first time in 18 months …. Man… what a buzz To be brutally honest, I was actually NERVOUS How would I get on? Would I have the mobility for the repertoire? Will I be able to handle the strength work? Will people [...]

It was great to be back at Garuda

I mentioned it in Thursdays newsletter about ‘what people MIGHT think’ That I was back at Garuda Pilates studio for the first time in what felt like forever Was great to be back on those amazing machines of James de Silva By the end? I was actually quite breathless, but in a good way Like,… lactic [...]

Don’t give up

I’m pretty EXCITED… Over the past few weeks I have HEADED BACK to parkrun for the FIRST TIME in 18 MONTHS See this “Covid 19” thing has prevented me from RETURNING EARLIER. I have had to PUT the teaching hours to get the clients back And man, I’ve REALLY MISSED running on Saturday mornings, socialising [...]

By |2021-12-05T20:05:59+00:00December 5th, 2021|accepting change, anger, anxiety, life, love, mind, pain, sadness, stress|0 Comments

Be the navigator of your reaction and perception?

So for every Pilates session I teach, I ask one of my favourite golden questions…. The question is: “What’s your biggest win this week?” I LOVE to ask that question every day and I go over the three biggest wins of the day with my partner each night See, I find excitement intoxicating and energising. [...]

Don’t give up on your body

So this is my 30 plus years’ experience of teaching in the movement industry. I worked for years waiting on tables and doing bar work in nightclubs. I worked the beauty counter for Dior selling male and female fragrance every Christmas as a student. I've also managed yoga and pilates studios for years, selling everything from [...]

By |2021-11-25T13:03:05+00:00November 25th, 2021|anger, anxiety, back pain, life, love, pain, sadness, stress, transformation|0 Comments
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