How to avoid getting sick for the rest of 2019!

By |April 7th, 2019|

Ok, so we can’t actually stop you from getting sick (even on World Health Day), but we can give you a fighting chance to avoid illness by boosting your overall health.

Notice that we didn’t say boosting your immune system there? There’s often lots of health advice around about how to avoid getting sick by boosting […]

It’s time to start talking about our problems

By |March 20th, 2019|

Talking… it’s something we do every day so you’d think that most of us would be pretty good at it by now. And for the most part we are, we talk about our day, our mood, our children, what we’re eating for lunch and much more!

But there are some things that are a little tougher […]

Super smoothies and fresh fruit infusions for optimum health

By |March 8th, 2019|

Your body uses water in lots of different ways, such as building cells and organs, regulating body temperature and absorbing vitamins. Water is also essential for digestive and bowel health.

Your body loses water through sweating, breathing and even digestion, so it is super important to rehydrate by taking in water and other healthy drinks.

But, let’s […]

Little Acts of Kindness that make a BIG Difference

By |February 17th, 2019|

“Kindness is the glue that holds society together. It is the essence of beauty. It brings smiles to faces, lightens our burdens, creates friendships, transforms people and situations.”

David R Hamilton, Ph.D, Author if the Five Side Effects of Kindness.

 

It’s official… The world is a better place when we all reach out to help each other. […]

Treating Cancer Naturally: how complementary treatments may benefit cancer patients

By |February 14th, 2019|

From the day after diagnosis, through treatment and life after cancer, complementary or holistic therapies can be used to ease symptoms, promote well-being and make life that little bit easier for patients affected by this life-changing disease.

Whilst holistic therapies should not be used as an alternative to traditional cancer treatments, there is much research to […]

Already given up on your New Year’s Resolutions? Try this instead!

By |January 21st, 2019|

So, we’re halfway through January and we have a question for you…

What are your New Year’s resolutions going? Are you still feeling positive and enthusiastic about the goals you set for yourself? Or is it the total opposite? If it’s the latter, we’ve got an idea for you how about we completely turn this New […]

How a little self-care can drastically ease your stress this Christmas

By |December 5th, 2018|

In this modern day and age the world seems to move so fast, we’re constantly being bombarded with information… social media, news, adverts, deadlines and many other demands on our time.

No more so than at Christmas!

At this festive time of year we’re spinning more plates than ever before, balancing the needs of family, friends, pets, […]

Men: Let’s talk about stress

By |November 29th, 2018|

Every year thousands of men and women across the globe take part in ‘Movember’ a month of campaigning, activities and moustache growing to bring attention to the very real issues around men’s mental and physical health.

Here at Rowan House our fantastic Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner Paul Barratt has been running a free men’s tension and […]

A physiotherapists top tips for preparing for a race

By |June 8th, 2018|

A common myth is that running is bad for us. In fact, it has many benefits and is very rarely bad for you if done properly. Here are a few hints and tips from Chartered Physiotherapist Richard Morford that you might find useful, no matter if you are just preparing for a short fun run, or a longer competitive race.
Top tips for preparing for a race
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Becca’s Top 10 Running Tips for Beginners:

By |June 8th, 2018|

* If you are looking to start running over the summer set yourself a small and achievable goal such as the 2 mile Hethersett Run the Square on Sunday 8th July.

* Create a training plan building up to your goal. This will allow the body to slowly adapt to the new stress it is being put under. It will also help prevent injuries and help you mentally achieve bigger distances.

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