Following on from last week’s post, Get Remarkably Organised by Lorraine Murphy has been such a great read so far, very motivational. There are some great tips and advice that everyone can take home. The library book is due back on the 22/03
It has come to our attention that sometimes, we are just sore! As a therapist and speaking from my experience only, we are constantly searching for the cause of someone’s pain, always trying to explain or obtain a reason as to why someone is experiencing discomfort. Don’t get me wrong, this is
If you have injured yourself it can be frustrating not being able to resume normal activities straight away. It is important, and I know it is stressed a lot, but it is in your best interest to stick to your treatment plan as outlined by your treating professional. They do not intend to make your injury worse, they ....
This week there has been a conversation around trying different therapies to help heal your body and return to your optimal function. You may have already ‘given up’ and accepted that things are not going to improve and you are now learning to live with YOUR discomfort. There are so many
Happy New Year to everyone and we hope that it has been a kind one so far! We have been asking the question ‘what is your new year resolution’ and given the blank confused responses, we don’t believe that people have had a chance to catch up to the new year! So, do you have a new year resolution? If so, stick to it. Don’t procrastinate, just do it! It could be the smallest or biggest goal, but we hope that you set out to achieve it. Remember ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’, things take time, enjoy your journey. - Image from Pinterest
This week has been based around being kind to your body, we all have little reminders given to us in some way, shape or form and it is up to us to listen to them. Which brings us to The Feather, The Brick and The Truck.
Should I be sleeping on my back, side or stomach? The answer – your body will sleep how it wants to sleep. For some it means going to sleep in one position and waking up in that very same position, for others, it means going to sleep in one position and waking up at the end of the bed upside down!
It is amazing how many positive benefits laughing has on the human body. We laugh approximately 17 times per day and it is said that children laugh 300 times more than adults – how many times do you laugh per day?