Using The FITT Principle To Program Your Training

Zero To Hero Injuries!During my last clinic in Deddington I had 3 clients with injuries stemming from the same cause – overuse. Each year we see a spike in new and returning clients in spring, shortly after the first sun of the year.Over the winter many of us...

Bex’s Back Pain

This is our first post written by Bex, one of our wonderful Banbury based therapists. Bex pursued a career in soft tissue therapy after experiencing low back pain. In this post Bex shares how her injury came about, and her path to recovery. Low Back PainThe fitness...

Melanoma And Skin Cancer Early Detection

Earlier this month I completed my Melanoma And Skin Cancer Early Detection (MASCED) certificate. This accreditation program was designed by Skcin, an awareness and prevention charity. This post relates what the course covered and why I chose to complete it. I will...

Introducing….

Hello and welcome to the new section of my blog ‘For Therapists’. I’m really excited to introduce this new part of the website! Here I will be talking all things soft tissue therapy and small business. As the title suggests the blog is written BY...

Exercise In The Past, Present, and Future

This is my beautiful Granna! Granna is my mum’s mum and you wouldn’t believe that she’s 92! When I first told Granna that I had started instructing Pilates classes she said “like keep fit?” She wasn’t familiar with Pilates, which...

A Perspective on Obesity

Many of my clients enjoy having a conversation during their sports massage treatments, and often we talk about a variety of health influences. Diet and nutrition is an area that commonly comes up. This post aims to discuss an interesting perspective on human nutrition...