It is a Sunday morning and I am stood in the heated roof top garden of the Coq D’Argent with a stunning view of London before me. You would be forgiven for expecting me to describe a series of delectable cocktails being delivered to me and 20+ other participants but you would be wrong. We… Continue reading House of Voga @ Coq D’Argent
As a girl who lifts and a bona fide swole sister, when the opportunity came up to review, GAINS, one of the latest additions on the Gymbox Class roster I jumped at the chance. Gains are a term thrown around in the weight lifting world as a quick way of explaining that muscle growth is… Continue reading Come take a ride on the GAINS train
A day I will always remember – Wednesday 22 April 2015 – the day I ruptured my left Achilles tendon. A complete rupture at the juncture of the Soleus and Gastrocnemius, devastated would be an understatement. My 2015 calendar of bucket list events included my first bodybuilding competition set to take place with Miami Pro… Continue reading Are you part of the Human Race?
I met with Beverly ‘Amari’ Blaize a Psychotherapist that specializes in the Transpersonal; a school of psychology that integrates the spiritual and transcendent aspects of the human experience with the framework of modern psychology. It is also possible to define it as a “spiritual psychology”. It is often the preferred choice in Bereavement, Relationship and Victim support counselling. Having… Continue reading Rumours, Lies and Archetypes
Mr Paul Francis has been known to me for some time and I am filled limitless admiration and respect for what he does and continues to do with 3ness Pamper and Party Weekends. Although I know him personally I am embarrassingly unclear as to how 3ness Fitness even came into existence. So I thought why not… Continue reading Introducing Paul Francis of 3ness Pamper and Party Weekends
This week has been a trying week, with work becoming increasingly challenging. This has nothing to do with the work but everything to do with the organisation and its culture. Just yesterday I caught sight of this hilarious sketch that explains my pain perfectly What were your thoughts? Can you relate? Do you attend meetings reminiscent… Continue reading The Frustration of Corporate Life
“There is increasing recognition that people’s health and wellbeing is influenced by a range of interconnecting factors. Indeed, the World Health Organization suggested over 50 years ago that health is a complete state of physical, mental and social wellbeing, not merely an absence of disease or infirmity. This definition acknowledges that good health and wellbeing… Continue reading Art is good for your Health