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Nutrition, detox, weight loss and exercise.

Free talk: Nutrition, detox, weight loss and exercise
Thursday 21st January 2016, 7pm-9pm
Speakers: Fleur Borrelli and Marygrace Anderson

Our partners at The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy,  will be holding a free public educational evening on Thursday 21st January 2016 (7pm-9pm). The talks this month are about nutrition, detox, weight loss and exercise and are open to the general public. Full details below.

Presentation topics and speakers

How intermittent living is the modern solution to a healthier you in 2016
Fleur Borrelli (Nutritional Therapist)

We cannot turn back the clock but there are strategies we can employ to keep us living longer healthier lives. Find out how intermittent living is the modern solution to a healthier 2016.

How nutrition and activity affect our brains
Marygrace Anderson (Hypnotherapist)

We discuss how much we have discovered about the hippocampus area of the brain – which controls learning and memory, and also influences mood and emotion – in relation to what…

new Tai Chi classes Putney.

We will be offering Tai Chi courses with Enid Gill on Wednesday evenings starting on 11th September (see timetable). Courses are for 6 weeks and cost £84.


Tai Chi with Enid Gill
Using Vlady Stevanovitch's "L'art du chi" methods, we harness and circulate energy within the body, to create a healthier and stronger being – body, mind and sense of self.

Being physically comfortable is the starting point and then, we use breathing, relaxation and visualisation techniques to prepare and connect with our body. The method also includes other specific and concrete exercises to direct energy internally, engaging and reinforcing the Dan Dien (Eastern concept - physical centre of 'vital' life energy).

Qi gong exercises and the tai chi chuan postures (Yang short form) are practised to strengthen the lower limbs and Dan Dien, while relaxing the arms, shoulders and breathing, creating a general re-energized sensation. These slow-moving forms (sequence of steps) assist with p…