New year always throws up so many overwhelming messages. Time to change, what are your resolutions? Have you set any goals… They can sometimes leave us feeling inadequate and useless. Then there is the endless TV programs on how to lose weight, quickest, cheapest, the best blah, blah blah. On the16th January it will be […]
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1. Book – Paleo Primer by Keris Marseden – this book is both informative and has excellent easy to do recipes for the cleanest eating ready to hit all your New Year goals. £14.99 GET IT HERE 2. Spiralizer – these are a must have kitchen gadget for 2016. Make courgetti (spaghetti style courgette), spaghetti […]
Here at Alive Pilates, we run a full class program using small hand weights, small balls and resistance bands (Small Pilates Props) to further enhance and develop your core whilst performing the classic pilates moves. I am excited to announce that as from January 2019 I will be adding another fabulous small prop to our […]
There is so much more to this session than the actual pilates exercises. So often at the beginning of my pilates sessions I notice the clients in the class that are living there lives in there heads. The pilates session is looking like it is a ‘chore’ for them, something to just ‘get through’. Here […]
Wow, it’s mid Summer here and the weather is adding to my already sweaty body from my hot flushes. Ahhh hot flushes, how to describe mine?
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for half of the cases. AD is a progressive brain/body disorder characterised by gradual memory loss, nerve cell loss, dysfunction of connections between nerve cells (synapses), and subsequent impairment in cognitive and behavioural functions. The Alzheimer’s Gene: APOE4 Women with APOE4 have a threefold […]
Sleep is one of our Longevity hearts on our Longevity tree, but why is it so important? There’s many, but here are my top three to start with……
When we discuss the subject of Mingling and how it helps us to stay younger and healthier, the ladies in my classes are not keen on the 5th point on the heart which is ‘Love’, so as always there is a scientific explanation to this point (I love a bit of science!). Doctors at […]
Mingle = ‘to move among and engage with others at a social function’ I love the word mingle, it creates the idea of social interaction, chatting and having fun. All those things have been scientifically proven to help you to live longer, healthier and happier life.
Why do we need to strengthen the ‘core’ and why is it so important?