There are loads of ways to get from A to B and it is never in a straight line! Everyone’s route is different because of all the things (situations, jobs, injuries, beliefs, demands on our time etc etc) that make us wonderfully unique in this world.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you have given us here at QP and the Hub, for teaching us things we needed to know and learn, for letting us help you and for your ongoing support. You mean the world to us and we look forward to sharing our expanding vision for the HealthHub over the coming 10 years!
Fancy a little inspiration this Sunday? Today's blog is courtesy of the fabulous Ian, who, as we speak is doing something marvellous with his new found body and freedom! Not sure if that is even a term but perhaps it should be as you will see if you read on below.....
What would you say to someone who is new to yoga?
"Give it a try, make sure you don’t force anything and stop if you experience pain or strain. Take time to see how you feel at the end of the practice. Enjoy the beginner’s mind, everything is so fresh and new. If you think yoga is not for you after your first experience, don’t give up, try a different teacher or style. Yoga is such a personal journey that you have to connect with the teacher for your body to reap the benefits physically, mentally and emotionally. As teachers we are privileged to pass on the gift of yoga so find the teacher that inspires you to tune in and roll out a mat regularly."
We caught up with new Hub team member Claire!
Claire is a Personal Trainer and we are very excited to welcome her to the team! Claire has already started working with clients at the Hub, so if you are interested in further information, please contact 01548 852355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The pressures of modern- day life are having a detrimental effect on our health and well- being, causing increased stress and anxiety. More and more people are suffering with stress related illness, with up to half a million people in the UK experiencing work-related stress every year.