Herefordshire Man Turns CANCER DIAGNOSIS On Its Head To Raise Over £8,000 For Children Suffering Hair Loss

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Martyn Edwards (pictured) is no ordinary fundraiser. In 2016 Martyn, from Hereford, was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer, which had spread extensively to his liver, and was inoperable at the time. Yet last year, this incredible man not only organised but participated in a thrill-filled Treasure Quest. The event encouraged family and friends to […]

Post-Cancer PILATES

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By John Appleby At the time of writing this, I was four months after my cancer surgery and I was pleased to progress from chair based exercises to my preferred Mat Pilates, thanks to some adaptations, shown below. I think Joseph Pilates would be proud of my wedge, as he was known for constantly developing […]

REFLEX YOGA Yoga For Every Unique Person

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By Veronika Pena We are all so uniquely different, yet we follow the same pathways of development. From a tiny helpless being to an all-encompassing human power house, we are guided through complex development stages by our primitive reflex system. These reflexes get us from embryo to fetus, from womb to birth, from birth to […]

BACH FLOWER REMEDIES

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By Judith Davies Bach flower remedies, or essences, are extracts from fresh flowers, believed to have a positive effect on negative emotions. This alternative therapy has been used to support those with conditions ranging from anxiety and stress, to mood swings, excessive worrying and sleep problems. Dr. Edward Bach’s former work in the field of […]

From Exhausted To International Practitioner

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By Rosemary Channin On Saturday 14th October I attended the Chrysalis Effect ‘Time to Shine’ community day in Surrey, and what an amazing day it was! There were people in various stages of their recovery journey from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/M.E. and Fibromyalgia, as well as those who had made a full recovery. Many of the […]

From Pole Fitness To Burlesque BODY POSITIVITY: Feel Good About Yourself In 2018

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By Natalie Morgan-Dew Photography By Fotocad www.fotocad.com New Year is a great opportunity to start afresh and try new, exciting endeavours. Resolutions are often aimed towards keeping healthy and fit, as well as for many, losing weight. However, I do feel that many people create impossible weight loss goals for themselves and when February arrives, […]

Mark Bellamy Introduces PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGY

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We often think of psychology in terms of mental health and related problems, however, psychology also deals with the fields of health, sport and performance. You may think, “I have not got any problems, so what can Performance Psychology do for me?” A lot, it turns out. You do not have to be a competitive […]

World Record Attempt Expedition

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Two wounded veterans Chris Bailey and Paul Warren took part in Rheinmetall MAN truck expedition to achieve the new world record for the highest driven altitude, and the world’s highest construction of a refuge shelter. Article by Chris Bailey. Photography by Axel Beirbeaum and Chris Bailey.   Chris Bailey, 35, served in the RAF until […]