Visited new farm shop & cafe Vegetable Matters near Ebrington. Great place – welcoming staff, local produce, tasty refreshments overlooking open countryside.
Less money, more time with Alexander Technique teacher Ellie Rouse who is offering a New Year special offer of 3 sessions for the price of 2 until the end of February.
This is a great opportunity to experience the Art of Effortless Posture & Movement. Change your posture – Change your life.
Learn to stand tall, sit upright, move with more ease & feel more alive.
Contact Ellie 07968 964523 for more details.
We are pleased to welcome Alexander Technique Teacher Ellie Rouse who joins us at Shipston Therapy Centre.This unique approach to improving posture is well know for its potential to address not only physical problems but also our mental/emotional state. A hunched, collapsed posture can make us feel low in mood & energy.
An upright, moving with ease posture brightens our day & makes us feel more alive.
Poor seating position & incorrect movement compromise alignment & posture which leads to a variety of symptoms including back pain, poor digestion & migraines. The increased use of mobile phones with prolonged head down position has lead to ‘Text Neck’ & consequently problems such as pain, headache, deteriorating eyesight.
Posture related issues can be helped with Alexander Technique sessions.
For more information call Ellie 07968 964523
BBC 1, The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs is a must-see program if you are interested in pharmaceuticals & real healing.
Part One was last week, Part Two tonight at 9pm.
Presenter Dr Chris van Tulleken explores the prescribing of medication within a GP practice. Pain killers, anti-depressants & anti-biotics were his main focus.
No-one is saying that all drugs are necessarily bad & without doubt some are of course life saving. Dr van Tulleken’s concern is that a large majority of people have become reliant on a prescription for their problem & not always with the effect intended. He says ‘half the drugs don’t work’ & also cites that some can in fact be harmful.
The program identified that in some cases there can be other ways to address issues. At Shipston Therapy Centre many clients, over 2900 since 2005, visit us to discover a different approach which may help them address their health problems.