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What is Pilates?

There are many different benefits to regularly practicing Pilates. Pilates aims to strengthen the body with a particular focus on core strength and stability. Pilates can also improve general fitness and overall well being.   Pilates can be practiced by all people…

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Physio Myths

As a Physio, I talk to a lot of people about one thing or another during treatment (I confess, I am quite chatty) and occasionally the topic of  previous physio experiences pops up or fears of what is in store…

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Nutritional Therapy Review :)

We do the work we do so we can help people to improve their quality of life, pain, energy levels etc and it is wonderful when we get reviews like this from one of Rebecca's Nutritional Therapy clients: Chris ''As a…

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Healthy Eating

 As a Nutritional Therapist, ‘healthy eating’ is a subject that is extremely close to my heart, through my own experience, I cannot stress enough how important eating healthy foods is. Many think it’s all about ‘diet’ personally I don’t like…

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Elbow pain

Elbow pain can be extremely debilitating and can affect any one of us regardless of whether you lift heavy machinery or  sit in an office all day! Its comes in several  forms and can have a number of different causes.…

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Sciatica

Sciatica refers to pain that radiates anywhere along the path of the sciatic nerve.  Sciatica is a term used to describe a symptom and is not a set pathology. The sciatic nerve originates from the sacral plexus which is essentially…

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Plyometrics Explained

 Plyometrics as a term was introduced in 1975 by an American track and field coach called Fred Wilt. Although coined in 1975, plyometric exercises were being used in the 60’s by Soviet athletes and this was what led Fred to…

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