By Heather Winterburn At Dance Fusion we are now incorporating a new method of teaching, and our students love it. Progressing Ballet Technique was devised by the highly regarded Royal Academy of Dance teacher and examiner Marie Mahon-Walton, who developed this programme after realising the great benefit her exercises were having on the speed and […]
Every parent and carer wants their children to be healthy, but life in 2016 can limit the amount of exercise they get. We know that, and at Halo we have devised a whole range of activities to get tots moving from day one (well almost!). Visit our website www.haloleisure.org.uk to see the full range or […]
Osteopathy With Carol Bond According to experts in biomechanics, sitting is the new smoking! Everyday life takes its toll on our health; whether it is sitting at a computer or watching TV for hours, drinking too much sweet coffee or worrying about bills, we constantly subject our bodies to unnatural stress, not to mention the […]
One of the first things personal trainers are taught on their course is that they’ll have to wear many hats. They are the client’s coach, counsellor and their biggest fan, but also their conscience, the wagging finger, the pat on the back. Most trainers have to read their client’s mind, anticipate their weaknesses and pick […]
Working as a personal trainer and strength coach for a few years involved a lot of studying the mechanics of exercise and physiology. It made me aware of how weak links in a muscular chain can effect the total outcome of a movement, so progression into massage was a natural step for me. I have […]
By Wendy Mills Did you know that the body has over 600 muscles, 200 joints and 200 bones? It’s no wonder we need regular massage, just to keep all that in order! Structural imbalance – when our bones go out of alignment – can cause a whole host of problems from reduction in flexibility and […]
By Chris Bailey The World Health Organisation defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Mental health is defined as the emotional and spiritual resilience which allows us to enjoy life, and survive pain, disappointment and sadness. It is a positive sense […]
Horticultural Therapy can be defined as ‘the use of plants by a trained professional as a medium through which certain clinically defined goals can be met.’ In 2015, 451 patients received 1,499 sessions of Horticultural Therapy. All must be referred by their Occupational Therapist (OT) and each session has reasons for referral, goals and outcomes […]
Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder caused by very stressful, frightening or distressing events. It is estimated to affect about 1 in every 3 people who have a traumatic experience, but it’s not clear exactly why some people develop the condition and others don’t. The types of events that can cause PTSD […]
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