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Do you want to find groups and support in the community that might help you improve your health and wellbeing? You can find lots of local support from charities to social groups in the Arc Bucks PCN Directory.
Yoga therapy may help with many issues and medical conditions including anxiety, depresion, respiratory conditions, back pain, arthritis, heart conditions, digestive problems, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome (ME), fibromyalgia, RSI, migraine, insomnia and stress. It can be appropriate for a wide range of ages and lifestyles as well as those looking for a healthier way of life.
– Monday Chair Yoga 11.15am @Wrights Meadow Center (£5)
– Tuesday Therapeutic Yoga 7pm @Marlow Bottom Village Hall (£12)
– Wednesday Chair Yoga 2pm @ The Band Room, Amersham (£10) – to start in January –
– Wednesday Hatha Yoga 5.45pm @the Cedar barns, Hazlemere (£11)
– Thursday Therapeutic Yoga 9.40am @ the Wellness barn, Marlow (£13)
The wellness barn is part of a non-profit social enterprise with an aim to reach a large amount of people within the community to offer classes, workshops, training and retreat days to bring more health, happiness, joy and connection to everyone.
Want to feel wonderful? then I invite you to choose whichever class or workshop you feel attracted to and take the first steps to inner wellness.
My Live Well with Pain is completely free to use, and is full of trusted techniques that people with persistent pain have found useful, in helping them to get on with their lives and live well with pain.
Pain Concern is a charity working to support and inform people with pain and those who care for them, whether family, friends or healthcare professionals. We believe that pain is best faced together by the ‘Pain Community’ of people with pain, their family, supporters and healthcare professionals.
The Pain Toolkit is for people who live with persistent pain and Healthcare teams who support them Many people with pain say they feel trapped or stuck in a persistent pain cycle? On good days they do more and on bad days less.
Flippin’ Pain has a number of key campaign messages focused on raising awareness of the problem of persistent pain, spreading the word about a modern scientific understanding of pain, and giving people knowledge, skills and hope for a better way forward.