While there are clear advantages to being at home, it could also have a negative impact in unexpected ways, (other than possibly missing out on career advancement, socialisation, office politics and how it affects your identity or sense of self, which are reasons supporting the argument for returning to a group environment). Whether you are […]
Pilates is not just for women Did you know that the Pilates method of training was originally developed by a man? As in Joseph Pilates who, based on his experience as a boxer, soldier, bodybuilder, gymnast, and even as a martial artist, devised a system of exercise in the early 20th century to “bring the […]
The challenges we face For many people 2020 has been a really challenging year – trying to stay mentally strong and healthy during such an uncertain time can be very tough. I’m sure we all have friends or acquaintances who have lost their jobs or businesses, or who have spent months shielding or furloughed from […]
Taking part in a long charity bike ride this summer? Worried about staying injury free? Read our top 10 tips for getting to your destination safely!
Back facts – what everyone should know about back pain
Find out why we are probably the best answer for you if you are in pain, have restricted movement or just want to take control of your health and wellness. Plus – get our free Guide to Physiotherapy. https://www.physio-on-the-river.co.uk/service-categories/ Here is the short version: Don’t wait for it to get worse, get a professional assessment […]
Read our top 7 nutrition tips to survive the festive season! Sharon Kallos, our new Nutritionist, gives her best advice on staying healthy during the Christmas and New Year celebrations. Eating well and staying healthy over the festive period can be a challenge. The holidays are often filled with family, friends, great food and drink […]