Why Beditation?
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2M ago
As we cebrate Beditation 4th year Anniversary, we have a few exciting things to share with you. Tune in via The Hope Centre UK  app or on Spotify to listen to Beditation.hope Podcast which combines the relaxation and comfort of being in bed with the mental focus and calming effects of meditation, making it a convenient and accessible way to incorporate mindfulness into their daily routines. Available NOW on  Amazon Our latests episode also aims to connect you to God! Regularly meditating on the Bible will nourish the soul. Psalm 119 explains that when we meditate on Scripture, we wi ..read more
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Improve your gait, posture & circulation!
Pilates Blogger UK Blog
by admin
1y ago
For those of you who practise Pilates, the advantages of Reformer Pilates in relation to the lower limb and foot especially is a hugh step towards working on your posture. It is still important for us to know how to translate that understanding when upright and in ‘Functional Mode’ correctly. Especially over the lockdown, many opted for standing desks and more running. I have joked many times, runners are a Physios best friend. In all seriousness though, do you know enough about your feet to know how it is behaving and how it affects your whole body? If you are flat, semi flat or Rigid fe ..read more
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5 Reasons Why You Have To Man Up For Pilates
Pilates Blogger UK Blog
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1y ago
With Father’s Day over, we want to spoil you Dads with one more treat this summer! Everyone should try Pilates even once. A great complimentary exercise to fit in with your training program. Enhance your endurance, avoid injuries and align.   Pilates, developed by a man, Joseph Hubertus Pilates in the early 1900s, is an exercise system that focuses on stretching and strengthening the whole body. Generally, it improves balance, muscle strength, flexibility, and posture. Even up until today, it is generally regarded as female-oriented, especially if you haven’t tried reformer Pilates, you a ..read more
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Pregnancy Pilates is better than Yoga…
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by admin
1y ago
  Join our upcoming online workshop ‘Love you Pelvis’     ..read more
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Breathing through LockDown…
Pilates Blogger UK Blog
by admin
1y ago
Now more than ever, our God given breathe has never been so precious. The after effects of Corona virus have left millions still struggling with short breaths and fatigue, just to name a few! It seems more important than ever before to highlight the benefits of utilising our breath fully. Yes, I have had some laugh at me even tell me that they are too old to relearn breathing techniques and they know enough. I remain humbled by how much Pilates continues to change peoples lives despite starting late. Pilates benefits are endless! Pilates promotes lateral breathing, which expands your overall ..read more
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3 Factors Causing Foot Pain
Pilates Blogger UK Blog
by admin
1y ago
The Foot is a complex structure of 26 bones, 33 joints, and is layered with an intertwinning web of more than 120 muscles, ligaments and nerves. Running has been the best exercise during isolation for most. Not only is it a great cardio workout but perfect to destress during this pandemic. But those who know me know what i usually say.. Runners are Physio’s best friend! Finally Football back, on TV! Surely, we all admire the players ability to endure such intensity not to mention mental preparation, endurance and strength to fight off aggression from the opposition. With high intensity sport ..read more
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What can Pilates ‘Lateral Breathing’ do for me?
Pilates Blogger UK Blog
by admin
1y ago
Pilates benefit are endless, lateral breathing can help better relieve/numb chronic pain. Pilates promotes lateral breathing, which expands your overall breathing capacity. Breathing technique helps use gain energy and also to relax, proprioception, ability and resilience to deal with Chronic pain better.  Chronic pain is a term used for the length of time of suffering more so the type of suffering.  Breathing regulation and control are affected by our emotions and vice versa. Studies on emotions such as pleasure, pain, anger, laughter and pain dating back to 1916 show ..read more
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