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Thursday 6th February 2020
A new service offered @ Hadleigh Physiotherapy
Does any of this sound familiar?
If so, NLP could help.
NLP at Hadleigh Physiotherapy is hosted by Kerry of www.keep-well.uk. It is the practice of understanding how people organise their thinking, feelings, language and behaviour and how this influences their actions and well-being. Kerry sums it up as “a tool to help you unlock the barriers that are holding you back, giving you the freedom to become the best possible version of yourself”.
If we break the name down, it means:
Neuro – Your thinking process – the way you use your senses to understand what is happening around you;
Linguistic – Your words – the way you use language and how it influences you and those around you;
Programming – Your behaviour – the way you organise your ideas and actions which produce expected and unexpected results.
Through NLP, we are creating new pathways in the brain, which will enable you to alter your perception, ability to communicate and respond to situations.
There are numerous tools and techniques that can be used to get you thinking and no two sessions will be the same. NLP targets the subconscious - your lightbulb moment may happen there and then, but often it is more subtle and may occur days or weeks after a session. For example, when you notice that your reaction to a certain situation is different.
For more information or to book, please contact the practice on 01473 810185.
Thursday 6th February 2020
STARTING THURSDAY 27th FEBRUARY
Small bespoke classes with maximum of 4:1 attention by fully certified APPI Pilates Instructor. 45-minute sessions allowing you to get away from your desk, change your environment and reap the rewards of movement, without getting hot and sweaty.
Pilates can help to:
Free Taster Session
20th February at 12:15 (FULL) and 1pm (2 spots left)
Call 01473 810185 to secure your space.
Thursday 30th January 2020
Using Reflexology after birth can be about some time for you! Regain self-confidence, reap the benefits & pamper yourself.
Postnatal reflexology can be really beneficial allowing self-care and nurturing for yourself. Re-gain some emotional and physical strength, balance hormones - take time out from the overwhelming roller-coaster of emotions that can sometimes stop you from realising how amazing having a baby is.
Book an appointment with Judy and see a friendly face helping you through the early days of adapting to your new family way of life!
New Mum or New Dad Gift Vouchers can be purchased to help re-energise new families!
Wednesday 29th January 2020
Did you know that Kerry our Sports Massage Therapist is fully qualified in Kinesiology Taping and offers 15 minute taping sessions?
K-tape can be applied using different techniques depending on what you are trying to achieve, whether it be symptom relief or swelling reduction, for posture or performance. It is becoming increasingly popular for those carrying niggles and injuries, but who are determined to compete.
* It should be noted that these sessions are purely designed for Tape application and will not include full assessments or any other treatment such as massage. However, it could be combined with your pre-event treatments as a bolt-on appointment.
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“Helen is a marvellous practitioner who combines real skill in what she does and warmth of character ensuring that her patients feel relaxed and comfortable. She has looked after me for...... read more
My experience of the physio here has been very positive. I felt comfortable with James, he explained the issue that I had, treated it and gave me exercises to do...... read more
Reflexology is one of the newest services to be offered by Hadleigh Physio, and Judy is a fabulous addition to their team. Reflexology isn’t new to me , but it’s been...... read more
I have chronic asthma, atrial fibrillation and now recovering well from non-Hodgkin lymphoma, diagnosed in 2016. A side effect of chemotherapy was immunoglobulin deficiency. I had 12 infections in 2017...... read more
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I have suffered from Fibromyalgia (a condition causing pain in the muscles, tendons and ligaments) for many years and have struggled to find the right exercise to improve my condition.... read more
I began Pilates classes with Charlotte in Jan 2014, following the advice of an osteopath I had been visiting. The osteopath had been attempting to fix an excruciating shoulder I...... read more
I have been attending Charlotte’s Pilates class for about nine months and am amazed at how much improvement there has been. Because the classes are small, Lottie is able to...... read more
Hadleigh Physiotherapy is fantastic. Charlotte and Will have worked with a number of my family members who benefitted from their expertise and knowledge, in relation both to long standing postural...... read more
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I am really glad I made the decision to visit Sarah Fowler at her Respiratory clinic. I was unaware that I could actually breathe through my nose and she introduced...... read more