life coach Uncategorised 12th May 2017

Trust your gut? Follow your heart? Now that’s smart!

Trust your gut I’m sure you hear people say: ‘I feel it in my stomach’ ‘I always go with my Gut’. You might even say that yourself. But logically we still like to believe the best decisions come from the logical brain, but did you know you have two other brains and one of them, is […]

health life coach News 2nd May 2017

What is a Life Coach?!

What is a Life Coach?!   A life coach is someone who looks to empower their clients by keeping them accountable to meet and exceed goals and make change in both their personal and professional lives.   Change is hard, but the rewards are great, and once you have an epiphany that something about you, is […]

Exercises health 12th April 2017

Waiting for a Total Knee Replacement? Help your preparation and recovery with these exercises

A knee replacement is, although a very common operation in the world of orthopaedic medicine, a big decision and a major operation. Once you have decided to go ahead with the replacement be it partial or total, trying to maintain muscle strength in your quadriceps (thigh muscles) with some basic exercises can not only help […]

By Jenny Buckley - Physiotherapist Read more
Exercises health 7th April 2017

Bulletproof your running in 5 minutes

Race Season It’s nearing towards race season with a collection of running events only around the corner over spring. Whether you’re a newbie runner building up your milage or an experienced racer striving for PB’s and faster times, it is essential that you not only get time on your feet running, but also invest some […]

By Andy McDonald - Physiotherapist Read more
health News nutrition 28th March 2017

Get Your Greens!

Get Your Greens   With the latest research suggesting​ that to gain the health benefits ​we should be aiming for 10 portions of fruit and vegetables a day (concentrating on more veg than fruit), what better way to help reach the recommended intake than starting your morning off with vegetables in your smoothie.   Don’t be […]

Exercises 17th March 2017

Top tips for improving your posture in everyday life

Posture Posture is the body’s alignment and positioning with respect to the force of gravity. Whether we are standing, sitting or lying down gravity exerts a force on our joints, ligaments and muscles. Good posture entails distributing the force of gravity through our body so no one structure is overstressed. Good posture is key to […]

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Exercises News 14th March 2017

All the gear no idea! A lesson from the Kenyans

A few years ago whilst travelling in Kenya I had the unique opportunity to live and work with Kenyan runners and one of their olympic coaches from the London 2012 Games in Embu. East Africa and Kenya has produced a mass of fantastic distance runners, look at the front of the London Marathon or the […]

By Andy McDonald - Physiotherapist Read more
Exercises health News 10th March 2017

Don’t forget your feet!

Runners are increasingly aware of the importance of exercises such as stretching their hip flexors and strengthening their gluts, but how many people remember to look after their feet?     As your foot makes contact with the ground, absorbing the impact of up to 5 times your body weight, the arch expands like a […]

By Jenny Buckley - Physiotherapist Read more
health nutrition 3rd March 2017

Nutritious lunch ideas

In the last few weeks I have been focusing on improving my lunch choices and have been making my own rather than relying on going out to buy lunch which can be expensive as well as confusing when you are trying to make a healthy choice and your brain may already be overloaded from a […]

News 24th February 2017

Meet the Team!

Get to know our highly experienced team of practitioners, the services they offer, and a bit of info about them.   MATT COMFORT   Director & Chartered Physiotherapist Matt is a fully Chartered, experienced Physiotherapist, and the proud owner of Comfort Health. He has experience working in private practice, in professional sports and is part […]

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Exercises health hypnotherapy 21st February 2017

Boosting confidence by working with your inner critic

The critical inner voice, inner critic, inner chimp, monkey, bully…many guises, many different names. It manifests as nagging, negative thoughts, self-talk such as self blaming, shaming and character assassination. This can often be the route of a lot of our self-destructive behaviour. Experienced as thoughts within your head, this stream of destructive thoughts forms a negative inner world […]

By Annette Sloly - Hypnotherapist Read more
health News nutrition 17th February 2017

Winter Season – Time To Nourish

Time to Nourish Winter is the time to add plenty of nourishment, self care, sunlight and exercise – the focus is adding things  to build up our immune system and energy levels…. With so much talk about detox and cutting out/cutting back, January & February can be a challenging time to stick to our goals/ […]

Exercises News 10th February 2017

Preventing injuries

Preventing Injuries Okay, so obviously not all injuries can be prevented.  Sometimes you just misjudge a technical a spect of your trail run and sprain your ankle; accidents happen.  What can be done though is ensuring your body is prepared for the activity you are asking it to perform, therefore reducing the risks or potentially […]

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Exercises News 17th December 2016

5 top tips for injury prevention over the winter period!

Injury prevention top tips During the winter, generally, people are at a greater risk of injury. Most people will exercise less, eat more comfort food and are generally less conditioned. The cold weather also decreases core temperature and the temperature within muscle fibres which will increase the chance of strains and sprains. Below are a […]

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