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What is the ‘Law of Attraction’ and how does it work?

The ‘Law of Attraction’ is the belief that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts a person brings about positive or negative experiences into their lives.  The ‘Law of Attraction’ is one of life’s biggest mysteries. Very few people are fully aware of how much of an impact the ‘Law of Attraction’ has on their day to day life. 

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Travelling over Summer

The summer holidays are in full swing and many of us are jetting off around the World to spend time with family and friends.  But before you can hit that beach, swimming pool, or historical city you cannot wait to see, there is that dreaded journey to get there.

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Hypnotherapy – What is it? Can it help?

When most people hear the word ‘hypnosis’ or ‘hypnotherapy’ they conjure up visions of pendulums, mesmerism, being made to do crazy things on stage or even black magic. In fact, the practice of medical hypnosis precedes Sigmund Freud and was developed by a Scottish physician called James Braid. Here are a few evidence- based facts about hypnosis that might put your mind at ease:

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Revelling in the Sun in Croxley

The sun came out for Croxley Revels and so did the crowds – what a great turn out it was for the day! The aroma of delicious food drifted over tantalisingly to the Backs To Basics stand, situated near the entrance and a steady flow of revellers came and went all day.

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Social Media – a Hindrance or a Help?

It is wedding season and you wouldn’t be surprised if I told you that I went to a wedding reception at the weekend.  However what may surprise you is that I sat on a table of people of all different ages who spent the entirety of the evening on their phones – taking pictures, selfies, instagramming, facebooking, adding to their stories. None of them conversed with each other properly and they really didn’t look like they were having a good time until they took those obligatory photographs for social media and then there were smiles and laughs. Once the pics were taken, it was frowns all over again.

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‘Tennis Elbow’

With the Wimbledon Championships fast approaching many of us will have been inspired to play some tennis. The most common injury which can occur with playing tennis is Lateral epicondylitis commonly referred to as ‘tennis elbow’.

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Action on Stroke Month

This month we want to raise awareness of Stroke including the signs and symptoms to look out for. Show support by wearing purple this month.  A Stroke occurs every 5 minutes in the UK. It can happen to anyone at any age and time. There are around 80,000 people a year who are admitted to hospital with a Stroke. There are approximately 1 million Stroke survivors in England.

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National Walking Month

May is National Walking Month…

So what are the benefits of walking, well it can:

  • Improve cardiovascular fitness
  • Strengthen bones
  • Reduce excess body fat
  • Boost muscle power and endurance
  • Improve balance
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That feeling of dread, darkness and weight. A pounding of the heart, tension in the gut or tightness in the breathing.

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The Running Season has begun…Marathon anyone?

Summer is just round the corner and may of us have started dreaming of getting fit for the beach or just being more confident in our skin.  So why not take up an easy sport…running.  How hard could it be?  Just dust off those trainers and get out into the fresh air. 

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Do our Bodies Need a Spring Clean?

As winter nears the end and the first signs of spring start to pop up all around, it’s natural that our thoughts start to turn towards warmer days.  Only a matter of weeks has passed since the indulgence of the festive season and for many people fending off the winter bugs continues to take its toll.  Meanwhile, messages come from all directions that we need to shed weight for that beach body, drop a dress size or try that detox diet or product.  But it’s worth understanding a few things before you put your body under any regimes designed to lose weight or “detox” quickly.

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‘Making a Change for the Good’

Queen Draupadi is well-known in eastern history as a beautiful brave and passionate contributor to the realm. History is witness to times in her life when things have been tough and needed to handled well. She consistently remained the strong voice for progressive thinking.

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Christmas Time is Coming…

That time of year is fast approaching with many of us having increased levels of stress in the weeks and days leading up to Christmas and the New Year. This could not be a better time to go and see your Osteopath. Why? Well here are a few good reasons:

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New Year, New Me!

As the New Year is upon us some of us have thought about getting fit. Many of us may have over indulged over the festive period with a lot of food and alcohol. Exercise is important for healthy joints and our well being. Below is a guide to kickstarting the New Year:

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What is ‘Fear’?

Franklin D. Roosevelt famously said: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself”.Is this just appealing wordplay or a stunning insight into the human condition? Let’s look a little deeper.

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