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Consultant surgeon to Harley Street Spine, Mr Bob Chatterjee, reveals that bad posture can be an indicator of health problems. He says, “Whilst there is a commonly held belief that posture represents confidence and greater self awareness, most do … Read more →
Natural Blender wants to ‘help people make healthy choices by providing exciting, fresh ingredients’ for smoothies and removing the waste, expense and fuss of buying all the bits and pieces yourself. It all began when the founder, Charles, … Read more →
Londoners and visitors alike can soar high over London’s most iconic, historic and beautiful sights.
The only helicopter tour company to fly from a central address, The London Helicopter takes passengers from Battersea on an aerial excursion over the best … Read more →
Think superfoods or buzz ingredients and chances are that porridge isn’t likely to be bothering curly kale, kimchi or foraged cauliflower on that hipster food list. Milled oats heated up with milk, or water for purists, and served in a … Read more →
Beginners Guide to the Squat
What is it?
The squat is hailed, by some, as the king of all exercises and I don’t mind admitting that it’s my favourite lift. The squat is fantastic at developing strength in the lower … Read more →
Having suffered from back pain in her twenties, Sarah Elcome received the Alexander Technique: a therapy used to realign and re-educate bad habits of the body. Fascinated by the results, Sarah began to study anatomy and physiology – … Read more →
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Chelsea Harbour is still the new kid on the block. Unlike Portobello’s market or the Kings Road, both known and loved since the 1960s, the harbour has only been in existence for … Read more →
Sarah Colbourne, founder of Heart & Soul Fitness, has 15 years’ experience in the fitness industry.… Read more →
Sporty Touches: exercise for backs
This spring/summer look out for racer backs on dresses, including mesh inserts and the sandal-shoe from a peek-a-boo mesh Marios Schwab and an androgynous sense of sportswear at Aquascutum.
The exercise: Upper back extension with … Read more →