3 FOR 2 Sports Massage with Charlie Crisp. Book 3 sports massages with Charlie Crisp before the 29th February and only pay for 2
Charlie is a former professional tennis player and tennis coach. Having retired through injury Charlie fully understands the drawbacks of injury plus the subsequent rehab and gym work required to get back to fitness. In his drive for better results for his coaching clients, Charlie realised he required a greater understanding of the biomechanics and physiology. Charlie used his time wisely and qualified in Soft Tissue Therapy, with the Oxford School of Sports Massage. He also studied ‘Anatomy in Motion’ with Gary Ward which allows him to use gait analysis and postural assessment to improve the ‘weakness’ and ‘imbalances’ of his clients during their personal training sessions. In his spare time, Charlie plays tennis, cooks, renovates his flat and is lead singer in a band!
skeletal alignment to help reduce pain and improve mobility. The manipulations are very fast with low force and just like the other members of the team, I combine the adjustments with soft tissue work as required.
The McTimoney technique is suitable for all ages, from young to old and is effective at treating the same conditions as diversified chiropractic.”
Caroline is available for sports massage and Chiropractic on Monday & Wednesday 9-6pm
This extremely unique ‘coaching’ session can improve your physical, mental and emotional well-being, plus help you achieve your personal goals. By combining the science of Positive Psychology with Virtual Reality Miracle Works coaching enables you to develop new neural pathways in your brain that help you connect how you perceive the world with how you feel in your body. Think of it as developing a new muscle to support your well-being!
Miracle Works coaching is particularly useful if you want to:
Shireen will be running introductory ‘wellness DROP in sessions’, each month, focusing on specific areas of the psychological and psychical well-being.
A classic winter salad featuring tart blood orange, sweet roast beetroot, creamy goat's cheese and crunchy hazelnuts
For the salad
750g (1lb 10oz) small raw beetroot
olive oil, to drizzle
250g (9oz) creamy goat's cheese (not chalky)
4 blood oranges
200g (7oz) salad leaves, such as watercress, red chard, baby spinach and lamb's lettuce
75g (2¾oz) hazelnuts, halved and toasted
For the dressing
1 tbsp white-wine vinegar
½ tbsp blood-orange juice
smidgen of Dijon mustard
2½ tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
2½ tbsp hazelnut oil
¼ tsp runny honey (or to taste)
Preheat the oven to 190°C/375°F/gas mark 5. Trim the beetroot and wrap in foil, drizzling over a little olive oil and some seasoning before you seal the packet. Don't wrap tightly. Place in a roasting-tin and cook until tender. The time this takes varies enormously and doesn't just depend on size. Reckon on about 45 minutes. Test for doneness with the point of a knife. When the beetroot is cool enough to handle, peel off the skin; it comes off very easily but it's still best to use a knife and fork to protect your skin from staining. Cut each one into quarters.
Make the dressing by mixing the vinegar, orange juice and mustard in a small jug. Gradually whisk in the oils with a fork. Season and add the honey. Taste for seasoning.
Break the goat's cheese into pieces. Slice the ends off the oranges so that they are flat at the top and the bottom. Using a sharp, fine-bladed knife cut the peel and pith from each orange. Cut the oranges into fine slices, removing any pips or remaining pith.
Toss the leaves, oranges and hazelnuts with three quarters of the dressing. Either divide the salad between six plates or put it on to one big platter. Because beetroot stains everything it touches put it and the cheese on top just before serving. Drizzle over the remaining dressing and serve immediately.
After the festive period is over, it can feel like we have nothing to look forward to apart from 2 solid months of continued dark winter misery. January is the month where everyone joins a gym, gets their stuff in order and cracks on with their resolutions, or so we are led to believe.
The reality for many of us, is that there is nothing new about the New Year, it’s the same old stuff as last year, just a different number. But it doesn’t have to be like that, here are our 8 top tips for making 2020 the best year ever!
We were lucky to receive several new cookbooks this Christmas and we look forward to reading, creating and sharing some of those recipes with you. This healthy and delicious soup is so simple to make and utterly delicious. This is more than a soup! This hearty herb-based staple of Persian cuisine is the best comfort food on a cold day, and virtuous enough to be the perfect meal all year round.
By Sabrina Ghayour, featured in Bazaar: Vibrant Vegetarian Recipes
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