Don’t be Miserable this Winter

November 26th, 2013

I see a number of people who are struggling with the colder weather and the reduction in sunlight. Here are some really basic tips to help you to continue to keep feeling great throughout the winter months: 1. Don’t expect too much of yourself. Everything else in nature slows down this time of year, so […]

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Mantra for Success

March 8th, 2013

Shizuka Arakawa, arguably one of the greatest ice skaters of all time fell on her ass an estimated 20,000 times on her way to becoming an Olympic champion, for all intents and purposes she FAILED 20,000 times before she became Olympic champion. How many of us have the guts to fall on our asses & […]

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6 Point Strategy for Working Through a Challenge

February 24th, 2013

This is a rough draft, but I just scribbled down a ‘6 point strategy for working through a challenge’. I believe the application is broad and you could use it for working towards a specific goal, it could be used for strategizing your way through a problem at work, in relationships, recovering from injury or […]

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Great sleep and a worry-free mind…

November 15th, 2012

Here is a technique I’ve developed myself which has taken me from being an insomniac to sleeping as deeply as I did when I was a child…please try it and feel free to contact me if you have any comments/questions Sleep knits the ravelled sleeve of care – William Shakespear Journal Writing • Take a […]

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Do you suffer from chronically tight hamstrings?

February 13th, 2012

Do you suffer from chronically tight hamstrings? No matter how much you stretch, it never gets any easier to touch your toes. Even after a painfully deep massage on those rigid hamstrings you barely see an improvement, and if you do it is only short-lived. Does this sound familiar? This, my friend is a battle […]

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Sports massage Injury prevention

March 5th, 2011

Did you know that regular sports massage can significantly reduce the risk of sporting injuries? Regular treatments can increase blood and lymph flow through the tissues and help clear out metabolic waste such as lactic acid. This means that your muscles will feel less stiff and therefore will be less susceptable to strains and microtears. […]

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Computer Related Shoulder Pain

September 29th, 2010

Is Computer Related Shoulder Pain a genuine syndrome? If it isn’t now then it might as well be. Shoulder, neck and back problems suffered by those who use computers for long hours are probably the most frequent musculo-skeletal issue seen in my office and probably in many of my colleagues clinics as well. The most […]

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What makes a great massage?

September 29th, 2010

Most people in touch with complementary therapies have had massage, and most of those will have experienced good massage and unfortunately many have sampled a bad massage. To anyone, the £30-£60 you might spend on one might seem like alot of money, but have a great massage and it is an investment, we’re relaxed yet […]

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Welcome to the new website!

August 31st, 2010

Welcome to the new Re-Creation website. I would just like to say a big thankyou to Tom and co. of candidsky.com for their hard work in getting it all up and running. I would also like to thank  Rachel of Verry Cherry Designs for my new brochures, business cards and helping me come up with a fresh […]

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