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The Brain Integration Approach to Brain Imbalance

by Joe Williams My development this year has been within the field of childhood neurobehavioural disorders. It has been a mind blowing year of growth and understanding for me. I have big plans next year to take this out to more people and more places… The most common brain ‘imbalance’ occurs between the two hemispheres […]

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How to feel more energised in 2018!

A New Years Resolution: Feel More Energised! Bottom Line: The best way to feel more energised? Stay active! Top research journals have shown that moderate exercise can increase your energy. A simple 10-15 minute walk can get your blood pumping and increase the oxygen coming into your body, helping you feel more energised and maybe […]

Looking for help managing your stress this year?

Are you overwhelmed by stress? Well, you’re not alone. Studies show over 54% of people are concerned with the amount of stress in their daily life. Muscle tension is a physical form of stress. Many of us carry this tension in our shoulders and neck. Muscle tension in our shoulders can contribute to headaches, neck […]

Useful tips to help you recover from the holiday hangover

Recover from the holiday hangover:  Prolonged stress, long travel and maybe just one too many stollen cakes and port can all contribute to the dreaded holiday hangover. Well, with the New Year comes a new opportunity to get healthier, lose those extra pounds, and overcome the holiday hangover. How we eat plays a huge role […]

Move Over Xbox Thumb – Text Neck Is Here

  With Pokemon Go, Minecraft and other apps becoming popular we are spending more and more time on our smartphones and tablets, which has seen growth in a painful condition commonly referred to as ‘Text Neck’. Text Neck is a result of poor posture which people adopt when using these devices. Having your head hung forward […]

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