We all have different ways of learning things and it’s good to know what suits us best. This quiz will take about 5 minutes of your time but could save you hours ……. Follow this link to find out more ………….
Volunteers week (The) Torbay Community Development Trust are holding a Volunteer’s week in Torbay this June (1st-12th). This years theme is volunteers’ and their well-being. The Devon Clinic has been invited to share our services during this important week. We will be offering free taster sessions in relaxation, stress management, more »
How Often do you stretch yourself? Yesterday evening I attended an International Coaching Federation event at Buckfast Abbey – alongside more than 90 other coaches, which just goes to show that coaching is alive and well in the south west! The theme was “stretch”. We can be in one of more »
Anger Management Treating anger Anger is a result of feeling frustrated, insulted, deceived or even under attack. For many, anger is a natural reaction that passes quickly. In some instances however, it can become a difficult emotion to control. Health issues linked to unresolved anger include high blood pressure, heart more »
Bowen Technique Twelve years ago Bear, then aged 21 broke his back whilst training with the SAS after his parachute failed to inflate at 16,000 feet. Bear landed on his parachute pack and fractured three vertebrae. “I should have cut the main parachute and gone to the reserve but I more »
A US researcher has pinpointed a molecule which may control how acupuncture relieves pain. Experiments with mice have shown that levels of Adenosine (a natural painkiller we have in our bodies) increased at the acupuncture sites. Adenosine is known to play many roles within the body including regulating sleep more »
A timely reminder! So, the clocks have gone forward … and although we seemed to “lose” an hour over Easter, we’re now benefiting from lighter evenings! Time management is something that many people struggle with, well there is a lot of practical help out there. With the clocks changing it more »
March 26th Native to central and southwestern Asia, spinach in and annual plant. Origins are thought to have begun in ancient Persia where Arab traders carried it into India. Later it was introduced to ancient China where it became known as ‘Persian Vegetable’. Catherine de Medici, queen on France, known more »