My relationship with the hula hoop, sadly, has never blossomed. But, on a rainy January evening two years ago, on a friend's recommendation I arrive at a local hooping class, confident that now's the time to really embrace the sport. In fact, I might go so far as to say I was convinced that hooping was not only going to be my new favourite hobby, but it was going to transform my life, making me fitter and my stomach flatter - oh, and I could also impress my friends with hooping tricks and nimble routines.
Personal Life Therapy™ (PLT™) is the modern approach of combining coaching with therapy and supporting this unique association with the latest advances in technology. The aim of PLT™ is to help people make the changes that are needed to accomplish their goals and to provide an effective, sustainable solution for people of all ages, including children.
172 million days are lost each year in the UK to sickness, costing the economy over £13 billion*. Minor ailments such as colds and flu are the most common causes of short-term absence followed closely by muscular skeletal problems such as back pain. One answer to reducing sickness levels is to improve general wellbeing.
Life Coaching is often referred to in the media and on TV though how many of us really understand when it’s useful and how it differs to other therapies? In this interview with Soul Sanook LIfe Coach, Debbie Reeds, we asked her to explain:
Many ancient healing systems emphasize the connection between mind and body in healing. Today, modern scientific research is proving that this age-old tenet of medical wisdom is true. What we think and feel has a powerful influence on our bodies.
Soteria Brighton is a group whose aim is to establish a “Soteria House” - a residential service for people experiencing “psychosis”, which serves as an alternative to hospital admission and which engenders hope for recovery.