Category Archives: wellbeing

Calming Your Obsessive Brain

Calming Your Obsessive Brain

‘I’m going to be a business mogul!’ I announce gleefully, jokingly, referring to my fledgling business of making and selling beeswax balms. My sister gives me a long, steady look. ‘You’ve been a business mogul since you were five years old,’ she says flatly, ‘give it three years and you can advertise yourself as an… Continue Reading

Savoury Green Smoothie

I’ve never liked green smoothies. Invariably they have all been trying to masquerade as something sweet, pretending that they’re not full of spinach. Then I came across this combination of ingredients to make a savoury green smoothie. It’s not trying to be sweet. It’s happy with its own identity and doesn’t have to try to be… Continue Reading

Room for Improvement

Room for Improvement

There are many reasons why most of us don’t like hospitals or doctors’ clinics. Most of our discomfort of these and other similar  places are because of the environment in which we find ourselves. These places need to be sterile, functional and serviceable but, as a consequence, we are not endeared towards them. A dislike… Continue Reading

The Blooper Reel

I’ve recently updated the video on my website. This update is now available on my home page: the course of filming it, using 38 takes, we discovered there was enough material to make a blooper reel. Enjoy! Continue Reading

Healing from within

I’d like to tell you a story about a client. For confidentiality purposes, I’m going to call him John (not his real name). John started coming to me for treatment for shoulder pain years ago, way before I’d started specialising in treating shoulders. I used all the techniques that I had available to me at… Continue Reading

Reiki: The Quiet Healer

I hear the question on the tip of your tongue: “What is this Reiki stuff that you keep going on about, Judith?” OK, so maybe that wasn’t your exact question, but I’m going to do my best to answer it for you anyway. My Reiki master, Sally Pickard, states that “Reiki is a simple hands-on… Continue Reading

Another loooong weekend of learning…

I’ve just got home from a looooong weekend at University. I’m in year four of my Masters Degree in Chiropractic and the heat is on! This weekend we had General Medicine (don’t talk to me about the kidney!), Diversified Chiropractic Technique, which just puts me in mind of this Eddie Izzard video, and Imaging and… Continue Reading

Is your baby carrier good for your little one’s developing hips?

I’ve just had my attention drawn to this great article about how different baby carriers can affect your developing child’s hips. You can read all about it here: What do you use to carry your little one around? Do you carry on your back or in front of you? I’d love to hear from you. Continue Reading

Peak Fitness, Warwickshire’s Premium Personal Training Studio

I’ve recently moved my business to Peak Fitness in Warwick, and I have to say the quality of service provided by these excellent personal trainers is second to none. They are all knowledgeable, qualified individuals doing what they passionately love – helping people to get healthier and move better. If you think they’re just paying… Continue Reading

Back in Warwickshire…

I’ve had a wonderful, restful holiday with my family in Cape Town, and am now back to work at Mayers in Leamington and Peak Fitness in Warwick. It’s so touching when I receive texts from clients the day I get back asking when I can treat them 🙂 Here’s a little holiday snap: Continue Reading

The wonders of Vitamin D

Most know that vitamin D does not come from your diet, but rather from your skin when you expose it to the sun. What most people don’t know is that in the wintertime it’s hard to make vitamin D. From November, the sun shifted its focus on the southern hemisphere and is no longer shining overhead… Continue Reading

Beat Arthritis Naturally

 Do you suffer from stiff and painful joints?In this post I will be talking about osteoarthritis and suggestions on how to manage your pain naturally. There are many other forms of arthritis including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and fibromyalgia, which I will address in future posts.What is Osteoarthritis?Osteoarthritis is an inflammatory and degenerative condition, characterised by… Continue Reading

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