By in Mindfulness

Introducing BWRT

BWRT or BrainWorking Recursive Therapy has certainly been making waves in the world of therapy – transforming the work of therapists and improving the lives of many thousands of clients across the world. Yet not all of those wanting help with mind-related matters are aware that for many therapists, BWRT is now their therapy of choice.
BWRT is a totally

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By in Hypnotherapy

Tackling Fears & Phobias

Now that spring is officially here, I wonder what you are most looking forward to this summer. To most people, It feels so good to have the longer, lighter days and warmer weather but for others, summer seems like a dangerous time to be alive.

For those who suffer from fears and phobias, the world

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By in Sports Physiotherapy

What is Plantar Fasciopathy?

You may not have heard of the plantar fascia, yet if you experience pain there, you will definitely never forget it.

Plantar fasciopathy, previously known as plantar fasciitis ( ‘itis’ means inflammation, and research has demonstrated that the pain in the plantar fascia is not driven by inflammation as previously thought), is pain in

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By in Mindfulness

Misfortune

‘Life can be tough’ is a statement that few would deny. On the global stage, there are areas of the world that are in turmoil, with communities in, whatever definition one might use, poverty. Even in 2019, life for too many is brutish and short. Closer to our own lives, we see others suffer losses with the passage of time

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By in Yoga & Pilates

How Pilates Can Help Your Mental Health

Many of us start practising Pilates because of an injury or physical discomfort, that we aim to remedy with Pilates. Almost all Pilates practitioners I know, who choose to turn their passion for Pilates into a career, have a personal experience of injury rehabilitation through Pilates themselves. When I underwent my second round of Pilates teacher training, I started

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By in Mindfulness

The Gift of Reading

In my December blog, I detailed five simple strategies that research shows tackles loneliness – with the most effective being: doing activities that engage one or dedicate time to work, study or hobbies.
What the specific activity is, is very much a point of personal choice – or, as therapists are fond of saying, is ‘person-centred’.
However, one activity that

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