CREDENHILL CANTER Raising Funds For Hereford Special Care Baby Unit Bank Holiday Sunday 26th August 2018 – In Memory Of Freddie And Alfie Lancaster

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Credenhill Canter is a multi-terrain race covering woodland trails and country lanes. It starts at Credenhill Social Club and finishes at Credenhill Church, with a cool down back at the Social Club. The afternoon will include a family barbecue and live music at the Credenhill Social Club after the race. Starting Times Walkers: 1.00pm, Fun […]

Water Sports: Get Adventurous This Summer

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The love of water propels some of us towards adventurous activities that deliver the high speed adrenaline rush, especially when tough skills need to be mastered first. For others, water represents the element for relaxation, an environment that helps us switch off the busy world and recharge our batteries. Whatever your preference, water sports deliver […]

The GREAT OUTDOORS

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By Andrea Slivkova First we were captivated by the Danish concept of hygge (pronounced ‘hoo-ga’), enjoying the simple pleasures of cosy living, like reading a book sitting by the fireplace on a cold winter day. The Danes have mastered the art of living in the moment, making the most of what nature has dealt them. […]

John Appleby’s Springtime PILATES HOMEWORK

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WARM UP the whole body with this energising exercise and prepare your muscles and joints for the more challenging mat workout. Stand with feet hip width apart, arms by your sides and palms facing backwards. 1. Breathe in, and as you breathe out pull in your abdominal muscles, push your arms back, squeezing your shoulder […]

Why We Should All Try TAI CHI

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By Matt Hudd It has been a great start to 2018 at Matt Hudd Martial Arts as our classes have been helping people overcome barriers in their lives. At the heart of all our classes is my belief that martial arts can cater for all abilities and ages. Our youngest student is two and half […]

SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION IN PREGNANCY

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By Lauretta Furlonger Sacroiliac (SI) dysfunction, with its signal pain which can be sharp or dull, often on one side of the lower back, often means that we have to alter our yoga practice and our life. SI dysfunction occurs when the sacrum moves too much or too little for the joint to be able […]

FIND YOUR SPARKLE!

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You’ve seen it in the newspapers and on social media. Prince Harry’s fiancé Megan Markle revealed she does it too. Face Yoga is everywhere! By Lucy Jenkins            According to facial yoga expert Danielle Collins, the right facial exercises can strengthen the muscles, improve the lymph flow and relax tension lines, helping […]

ALICAWAY COMBAT KNIFE System Now At Dacayana Eskrima In Hereford

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By Joseph Dignam The Alicaway Combat Knife System is founded on the experience and teachings of Grandmaster Alicaway, modernised through the addition of drills, non-lethal targeting and principles from GM Jun’s own Dacayana System. It also includes GM Jun Dacayana’s trademark flow and footwork. The system is taught through a ‘weapons first’ approach before ‘empty […]