Long term back pain linked to lax joints and large families?

Long term back pain linked to lax joints and large families?

Tue 24th Jun 2014

Researchers in Sweden set out to see if continuing back pain after pregnancy was linked with hypermobility. One of the tests used in the trial was how far the women could bend their left little fingers back. Most women become more flexible in pregnancy as joints become more mobile but the study...

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Wilmslow Wells for Africa

Wilmslow Wells for Africa

Wed 18th Jun 2014

Wilmslow Wells for Africa Registered Charity No: 328330 Gardens Day Saturday 28th June 2014 10.30am - 4.30pm Tickets on the day: £10 adult (50p under 16) for admission to all 21 local gardens **Tickets only £9 if bought in advance** Morning Coffee, Cake & Lunches also Ticket...

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Meditation may help to ease pain

Meditation may help to ease pain

Fri 14th Mar 2014

Researchers say clinicians should be prepared to discuss meditation with patients for pain relief, anxiety and depression resulting in moderate reductions of multiple negative dimensions of psychological stress. What do you think?

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Can you do this?

Can you do this?

Mon 3rd Feb 2014

Follow Sarra Hoy ‏@SarraHoy @juliates I've been doing my core strength exercises, just like you taught me.

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Pelvic Floor training for prolapse

Pelvic Floor training for prolapse

Sat 18th Jan 2014

A new study has shown that one to one physiotherapy from a women's health specialist physiotherapist can ease the symptoms of organ prolapse. Prolapse where the uterus, bowel or bladder bulges into the vagina affects from 5 to 10% of women after childbirth or as they get older. Symptoms include ...

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Reduce your risk  of injury through exercise

Reduce your risk of injury through exercise

Tue 14th Jan 2014

Researchers say that people who follow specialist exercise programmes are less likely to fall and have less serious injuries A France-based researcher looked through more than 1000 papers for randomised controlled trials of fall-prevention programmes, they found 17 suitable studies with 4,305 pa...

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Sun 5th Jan 2014

Happy New Year to all our clients. We look forward to seeing you next week and working hard. Welcome to all our new beginners, we hope you enjoy the classes and feel the benefits of Pilates. See you next week! For last minute bookings visit the website

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Happy Christmas

Happy Christmas

Mon 23rd Dec 2013

Wishing all our lovely clients a relaxing and enjoyable Christmas break. We consider ourselves to be so lucky to teach such warm enthusiastic people of all ages and abilities and we look forward to the Pilates' challenges the classes will bring in 2014. Thank you for all your warm wishes and car...

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What makes sitting so bad for you?

What makes sitting so bad for you?

Mon 16th Dec 2013

Sitting for extended periods of time is an independent risk factor for poor health and premature death Even if you exercise regularly, if you uninterruptedly sit for a great percentage of the time, you’re still at an increased risk of dying prematurely Research shows that seniors who live a gen...

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Busy Sunday!

Busy Sunday!

Mon 4th Nov 2013

Thank you to all of you who came to our Sunday reformer sessions yesterday. We had 18 people enjoy a good workout and stretch out on the reformers with myself, Jane and Pauline taking them through their paces. The feedback was so positive, it was an energetic , fun day followed up at 5pm by Trace...

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