The Monday 9:30 and 10:40 autumn and winter class blocks are now on sale. There may be more spaces on the 10:40 as this is relatively a new class time. So please do spread the word if you know anyone who would be interested. My autumn term runs for 5 weeks, costs £30 and starts 26th August. My winter term runs for 9 weeks, costs £54 and starts 21st October. I am also offering single classes on 14th October and 23rd December if anyone was around. To book please register your name, email and mobile, (so I have your contact details), then click on the 'Buy' button. Any technical problems or unsure how to book, just get in touch.
As we are having a lovely heatwave across Scotland, I thought this NHS weblink was worth a share. Tips on Managing Hay Fever While there is currently no cure for hay fever, there are ways to ease your symptoms. Learn more about managing hay fever.
'Schools out for Summer' Looking for something for your teenager to do over the summer holidays then why not try a Body Pulse Class? I am running classes on a Monday from 09:30 - 10:30 am in July and August. The class will cost only £5 to get this discount put 'teen' in the 'Promo code' box then hit 'Apply Code'.
Over the summer months, I am running some drop-in classes on a Monday at 09:30. If free and interested they start on Monday 1st July cost £6. Just click the link for more information and to book.
In a study of more than 1.2 million Americans, they discovered physical fitness is more important to your mental health than how much money you make. To be exact: exercisers are, on average, depressed 35 days a year; for non-active participants that number is 53 days. Researchers found that physically active adults self-report feeling depressed much less than couch potatoes. They point to the fact that exercise is correlated with numerous health benefits, including reduced risk of overall mortality, cardiovascular disease, obesity, stroke, and cancer. If you feel good, your perspective tends to follow.
I wanted to share this Ted talk, (19 mins long), by sleep scientist Matt Walker. Walker shares the wonderfully good things that happen when you get to sleep - and the alarmingly bad things that happen when you don't, for both your brain and body. Learn more about sleep's impact on your learning, memory, immune system and even your genetic code - as well as some helpful tips for getting some shut-eye.
Thought I would share as I'm certainly guilty of not sitting correctly when I'm working from home on my laptop ... If your work involves sitting a lot and using a computer, here are some tips, from the NHS, to help you sit correctly.