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Swimming, Leisure and Social Distancing – During COVID-19

COVID-19 has shown to many of us what we took for granted in our lives. One of these things is swimming.

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Clinical Practice Protocol in the COVID-19 era

Safe clinical practice with regard to prevention of infection and cross infection has always been paramount. James Wong is a qualified general nurse and spent seventeen years specialising in acute and care of the elderly medical nursing.

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A Neigong Journey

Welcome. To those uninitiated with the Internal Chinese Martial Arts or Neigong, a brief introduction would be useful. Neigong means internal cultivation; Westerners are more familiar with the word “Qigong” – breath cultivation.

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making orange lentil dahl.

Check out the photo album on our facebook page  to see how to make orange lentil dahl. Delicious great protein high in soluble fibre high in plant oestrogen and sterols quick and easy to make can be frozen once cooked

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Feedback from May retreat

“The therapies exceeded my expectations. The salt glow massage was very relaxing and helped me reconnect and focus on my breathing.

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It's all a matter of balance.

Question How can you tell when you have got a good balance between Being and Doing ? Answer When your life is no longer a struggle, where each day is a new journey and wisdom and understanding can be gained.

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To cover ourself or to be accountable to ourself? One will set us free, the other will enslave us to mediocrity

When we “cover ourself”, we are manifesting our lower self. That of indifference, selfishness, to do the least we can. After all ,”we are not expected to come here and work”, ha ha ha ha.

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Which way will you jump?

Which way will you jump? When someone with a health challenge say the following: 1. It’s hereditary or 2. I have faith and trust in God to help me.

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Retreat feedback from Spring 2013

Kind, warm, informative, gentle,healing, enlightening, rich- I feel enriched in all my senses, taste, sounds, smells,feel and eye opening. I got much more than I ever wanted or expected” Continue Reading »

If you had cancer would you leave your survival to chance…….or can you be extraordinary?

Breakfast news talked about the discovery of the genetic code of hereditary breast cancer this morning. At present patients with this dilemma can have mastectomies to prevent the cancer occurring.

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