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Being Ready for 2021

Being Ready for 2021

I think I speak for everyone when I say I am SO ready for 2021 to commence. 2020 has brought some of the hardest challenges any of us have faced, and some are still very much on-going. As we navigate our way in to the new normal of life in 2021, the year of...

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic Yoga

I started doing yoga around the year 2013 after moving to a new village and finding a great class to join. I was instantly hooked! It was the perfect mix of strengthening exercises, flexibility, and a sprinkle of mindfulness, and I found it complimented my Pilates...

Christmas Gift Guide!

Christmas Gift Guide!

A little late on the delivery of this, but here is my Freshly Centered round up of Christmas gift ideas for 2020! For the fitness enthusiast/health conscious/wellbeing type of person in your life. AKA my ideal Wish List! (Whilst there may be some affiliate links here,...

Taking a break

Taking a break

If you stop by here regularly you may have noticed I’ve been absent from the blog for a couple of months. I think for the first time in my career I have just experienced a burn out. 2020 has been a surreal year for everyone without a doubt and I think “Covid fatigue”...

The process behind “The Postnatal Pilates Guide”

The process behind “The Postnatal Pilates Guide”

It is finally here! After 10 months of very hard work I published The Postnatal Pilates Guide! This has been in the works for a very long time and so I wanted to give you the behind the scenes tour of the process! Way back before it even began I started working in...

National Fitness Day

National Fitness Day

This week it was National Fitness Day (23rd Sep). This marks a day in the calendar to celebrate all the ways in which movement makes us feel good and benefits our health. I previously wrote about how Pilates benefits your health here, this included how Pilates can...

How to exercise-proof your hair

How to exercise-proof your hair

If you are working out and generating some body heat, chances are you’ll build up a sweat during your exercise session! But post-workout hair is nothing to be desired and even if you are lucky enough to escape the frizz, the sweat production can damage your hair over...