As gyms start to welcome back members post the Covid-19 imposed lockdown, new capacity restrictions and social distancing rules require implementation whilst there is also a need to maintain contact with members who are unable […]
In my first article on gut health I explained how I discovered the microbiome. In this second article, I will be talking about our gut and our microbes.
Our gut is a 9-metre long tube […]
Well! what a year it has been so far, and it isn’t quite over. To say this year has been challenging would be an understatement by a long mile. Lots of people have voiced that […]
Today’s spice is Quassia
Quassia amara, also known as amargo, bitter-ash, bitter-wood, is a species in the genus Quassia, with some botanists treating it as the sole species in the genus. The genus was named after the […]
The Council for Soft Tissue Therapies have produced a very helpful document for people working face to face on soft tissue therapies to return to work after Covid 19 Lockdown. Click on the link to […]
Today’s herb is Parsley
Parsley is a flowering plant native to the Mediterranean. The two most common types are French curly-leaf and Italian flat-leaf.
Over the years, parsley has been used to treat conditions like high […]
Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Mat Pilates
Anatom & physiology online programme for home study plus
Thursday mornings 9.30 am -1pm times 6 practical sessions
02-Jul-2020, 09-Jul-2020, 16-Jul-2020, 23-Jul-2020, 30-Jul-2020, 06-Aug-2020
Level 2 Exercise To Music
Level 2 anatomy & […]
Today’s Herb is Oregano
Botanically known as Origanum vulgare, oregano is a flowering plant from the same family as mint. It is often used as an herb to flavour food.
Although it is native to Europe, it now […]
100-125g cup peanut butter
200g dark chocolate melted
2tsp coconut oil
Peel and slice bananas into a.5cm thick slices
Line a tray with baking paper
Put 1/2 teaspoon peanut butter on a banana slice and add another […]
Today’s herb is Nettle
Nettle, or stinging nettle, is a shrub that comes from northern Europe and Asia. Its scientific name is Urtica dioica.
It has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times. Ancient Egyptians […]