Need a pick-me-up? Something that will brighten up your day, make you feel happy and give you more energy? Just book into Yoga Express at the View on Friday lunch times 12.00 – 12.45pm! Just 45 minutes can help transform your mood (and your health) in more ways than you can imagine. [Read more…]
3 Reasons to come to my Stretch Class
I have trained in a number of styles of dance so have always had the importance of stretch drilled into my head from an early age. The importance, benefits and the safe practise of Stretching really have been part of me since I could basically walk! I base my class on stretches with partners so you can get the full feeling of your full potential of flexibility for all parts of the body. [Read more…]
Can YOGA really be classed as cardio exercise?
Traditionally this has always been up for debate, but according to a new study the answer is categorically ‘Yes’, as long as you do it fast enough, it is possible for you to burn serious calories equivalent to a light aerobics’ workout. [Read more…]
Here’s Part 2 of “5 FAQs on abdominal separation”.
Below are 5 more FAQs about abdominal separation, which I’m happy to answer:
WILL THE GAP GET WORSE IF I HAVE MORE CHILDREN?
Some Of Your Abdominal Separation Questions Answered.
Being a new mum to a 9 month old baby boy alongside running my own business, and working my way through all the domestic chores as well as not forgetting to walk our two dogs leaves me feeling frazzled. I have friends who are now onto their third and fourth child and I think, boy oh boy their lives must be even more hectic. One friend described it as, ‘happy chaos’
Finding those moments of calm, can feel like finding a needle in a hair stack most days. However, fitting in a little ‘time-out’ does help to improve mental clarity, improve memory and increases concentration helping us make coping with life as a mum or busy individual just that little bit easier.
Here are 10 REALISTIC tips to press pause
What Foods Help Heal Abdominal Separation?
Painful sore heels. Could it be plantar fasciitis that is debilitating you?
Plantar Fasciitis is the most common kind of heel pain. It is caused by the ligament – the plantar fascia that connects the heel bone to the toes gets strained. Straining this ligament causes it to get inflamed and irritated, weak and swollen.
Middle aged people are most likely to suffer from plantar fasciitis along with athletes and soldiers.
The most common causes include:
- Being overweight
- Having flat feet
- Having high arches
- Walking, standing or running for long periods of time
- Wearing ill-fitting footwear
- Suffering with tight calf muscles
- Suffering with tight Achilles tendons
- Excessive pronation – rolling in of the feet inwards when walking