There are many complementary therapies that can help with Endometriosis, the following have all been proven to help with the symptoms and the additional conditions that can often occur with it, such as IBS, Fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression and infertility. Endometriosis pain can occur all throughout a woman’s monthly cycle, and is not limited to just the pelvic area. Pain can occur in the legs, hips and back, and Endometriosis can cause bladder and bowel problems. Many women suffer with fatigue and extreme mood swings too. Because of the complexity of the disease, often a multi-faceted approach is required.Read More
Wellbeing knowledge and resources to help you create a healthy and strong body and mind.
Lower back pain can be acute or chronic, and can range from uncomfortable to disabling. Some people benefit from direct intervention, such as a deep tissue remedial massage, or an adjustment from a Chiropractor, or an Osteopath.Read More
Do fitness and wellbeing go hand in hand?
I spoke to Nick Dunn, 2 x AG world champion triathlete and business owner to find out.
When did you fall in love with triathlons?
I was on work experience at a gym and they had a spin class followed by a run then a swim class so I started doing those, and a few of the regulars did triathlon so I borrowed a bike off one of them and entered a novice race. I loved it straight away and went out and brought a bike. Two weeks later I got knocked off and had to wait 4 years until I did my next race- worth the wait though, and learnt a lot about my body and how to look after it since – that was 2005 – and I haven’t stopped training/racing since.Read More
We’re delighted that our craniosacral therapist, Philip Humphreys, has been featured in a full-length article in the Mail on Sunday. Philip, who frequently treats young babies, is well versed in handling the symptoms that often occur in newborns, including reflux. Journalist Sadie Nicholas brought seven-week-old son Albie to see Philip and was very pleased with the results.
Needless to say, since the article appeared, Philip has been busier than ever. Having worked away quietly all this time – he’s been a craniosacral therapist for twenty years – it’s great to see Philip recognized for his skills, expertise, and gentle touch.Read More