Author: Rachael Adams

09 Jun NEW! Saturday Clinic at Halo

Due to popular demand, we are soon to launch a NEW Saturday morning clinic! The new clinic will start at Halo on Saturday 30th July 2016, and will be run by Senior Physiotherapist, Nicki Bradshaw. The clinic will be open between 9am-12 noon every Saturday, and we...

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Yoga

08 Jun New Yoga Course at Halo

A new 4-week Yoga course starts at Halo in Kenilworth on Wednesday 15th June 2016. The course will lead by Kathy Siddle, who has been practising yoga for 20 years. The course is open to both beginners and those who have practised yoga before. The yoga, taught...

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07 Jun The Midday Mile!

The Halo team was out in force recently to walk our Midday Mile, which was part of Workplace Health Week 2016. Workplace Health Week is a national initiative to raise awareness of the dangers of living a sedentary lifestyle, and highlight the huge health benefits of...

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02 Jun Welcome Back Michelle!

We're delighted to announce that following her maternity leave, Michelle is all set to return to work! Since the arrival of baby Ivy, Michelle has enjoyed the last few months taking some valuable time out to do all those wonderful things a new mum deserves to...

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30 May Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder pain is one of the most common of musculoskeletal complaints with 30-50% of us experiencing it in our lifetime. Impingement syndrome accounts for up to 65% of all shoulder pain diagnoses and is defined as pain and often weakness when raising the arm caused by...

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25 May Breathing Pattern Disorders

Deborah Thomas, a Senior Physiotherapist at Halo Physio and who holds a special interest in respiratory and hyperventilation disorders, shares her knowledge on a key survival function that most of us do subconsciously, but so often get wrong! Breathing is a central part of our wellbeing...

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15 May Why Pilates Works Well for Men

Pilates as a form of exercise was developed by a man, Joseph Pilates, as a training tool for elite athletes, and dancers of the New York City ballet – both men and women (there are some very enlightening clips on YouTube of the male dancers performing the...

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