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New Yoga Class at Ashville

Sep 21, 2016   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, Tip of the Week, Yoga  //  No Comments

Anne’s Yoga fabulous yoga class moves to Ashville College! here in Harrogate.

Wednesday at 6.45pm – 8pm. Yew Tree Lane, adjacent to Green Lane – where you will find the

Sports Centre. Good, lit, car park. Lovely hall, quiet area. Its called the Pre-Prep Hall. Perfect size for us and you leave feeling much better than when you arrived! Look at the yoga page on the website for further details or contact Anne on anne@yogahealthharrogate.com always happy to help.

Remember Anne is also a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist and Life Coach and can give you detailed knowledge that will work beautifully just for you and go hand in hand with your yoga practise. Let’s do it!

Yoga Class begins….

Feb 16, 2016   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, News, Yoga  //  No Comments

On Tuesday 5th April at 10.30 am at Harrogate Fitness and Squash Centre a new yoga

class begins! Designed for all abilities and ages, the thing is to just get going and allow

Anne to bring you into the enjoyment and delight of taking your system through a deepening

approach to your Wellbeing. All in your choice, Anne will guide and motive, excite, and encourage.

Safe, Energised, Renewed, Strengthened, Relaxed but Alert….. at your pace and control.  Nu U!…

01423 421 460 or contact the club at Hookstone Wood Road Harrogate HG2 8PN and ask for Graham.

Invest in one class, 2nd one free as a thank you, then join up for a block of sessions for ultimate benefits. Chat to Anne at any time about this new vitalising yoga class by ringing 01423 421 460 or email: anne@yogahealthharrogate.com

Look around the website for further benefits Anne will be bringing to the class or to you as an individual, a highly trained, experienced and qualified lady. Passionate to have you feeling good.

Prices: £8.00 per class, £35.00 per booking of 5 classes ( a term). Or book 10 classes to be taken within 12 weeks.

Individual private class, £40 per hour. Two students may share at £20.00 each.

Absolute Beginners absolutely welcome.

Look forward to hearing from you!

 

 

One-to-One Yoga available

Feb 1, 2016   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, Nu U Program, Yoga  //  No Comments

Hi there, if you are reading this because you are interested in your yoga education being done on a one-to-one basis, just give me (Anne) a ring 01423 421460 or email anne@yogahealthharrogate.com

Sometimes its just a whole lot better learning exactly what you need in your own space and time.

As I am based in the Whole Body/Mind and have been for many years, I will understand any “fears” or hesitancies and know how to keep you safe, encouraged, improving, and happy. Give it a go.

 

Resilience Training is something everyone needs, would you say?

Aug 6, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Life Coaching  //  No Comments

From a young age, it would be something I would have on the School Timetable.
It may not be a subject that comes easily to mind till you need to be it – Resilient.
However, when you do, it is vital you can access the sometimes life-saving skills
.
Life saving from a point of view of coming through challenges whole and safe.
Life saving in that you can become preventative and avoid the pitfalls.
Life saving in that you can be far less stressed and strained in everyday occurrences.
Most companies need their staff to be resilient. Especially staff dealing with other people.
So bring it up on your priority scale.
It’s a provision of Training with Anne, who enjoys seeing you explore and gain new skills.

New: Food IntoleranceTesting now available at Coaching NorthWest

Jul 31, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, News  //  No Comments

Yes, a very good addition to Nutritional Support now available at Coaching NorthWest Treatment Rooms.
Anne is now a Registered Lorisian Practitioner. This means she can avail you of a safe, very quick and painless
test to ascertain if you have any allergies or intolerances to a very wide range of foods eg wheat, cereals, dairy,fruits, nuts, fish

And, as an Introductory OFFER, there is a discount for the whole of August 2015. Ring or write for details.

Remember, you could be removing forever, symptoms as eg: abdominal pain, acne, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, eczema, itching, headaches,
nausea, migraine, sinusitis, tiredness, aches and pains, weight loss and weight gain and more. contact Anne now for a happier summer….
01744 612391 or anne@coachingnorthwest.com or use the message form on the website contact page.

Working Woman feeling tired all the time?

Jun 18, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Nutrition, Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

Are you thinking how are you going to manage another weary day? Is your energy low?
Are you wondering how to conquer that urge to eat another chocolate bar, and another too sweet desert?
Are you fed up of not sleeping at night, or enough to awaken refreshed?
These issues and yours specifically are what you need to attend to, right now.
Why wait? You know you want to feel better…..01744 612391 or anne@coachingnorthwest.com
The solutions are here…why limit your Life?

Popeye’s myth. Spinach does NOT give you iron!

May 10, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

Sorry folks, Popeye was eating spinach for it’s beta carotene maybe, but not for it’s
iron content. Because. Spinach also contains high levels of oxalic acid which blocks
absorption of iron. Great for sufferers then of haemochromatosis that needs little iron
in the diet.

Live the Life you Love

May 4, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

Love the Life you Live
If this is not how it is for you –
TAKE ACTION!

Basic good Nutrition

Apr 22, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, Nutrition  //  No Comments

This is the most important building block of well being mentally, physically and emotionally.
So many disregard this vital energy giving need. Like not putting the correct fuel in the car!

6 – 8 glasses water depending on your weight and lifestyle
drink less alcohol/caffeine if any
drink lemon or ginger teas early in the day
use the spices cinnamon and tumeric
don’t allow your diet to become acidic to your system
leave out sugar, especially found in processed foods
eat protein with breakfast
find a qualified Nutritional Therapist to support you in weight gain or loss programme
keep off diets that constrict you
learn about foods that help you to sleep
do not store foods in plastic boxes and bags
and learn from an educated source what nutrients are about!

Our schools are struggling with stressed out teachers….

Feb 22, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, Life Coaching, Nu U Program  //  No Comments

I have worked now with Primary, Junior and Senior school staff regarding high levels of sickness due to high levels of Stress. That dreaded word in Education. Ofsted and Stress. Those two dreaded, linked words.

Recently worked with a Primary school, teachers and assistants, to bring a calmer sense of management of the large work load, the pressures they face and handle, without any recourse to HOW. This is what is missing in our Education system, I think. What are called new initiatives are constantly being brought along for the Staff to absorb and deliver. Extra pressures.

What is NOT brought in alongside all of this is the way of how to deal with it, how to deal with the new thinking, the new demands, the effect it has on staff not managing the increase in work load, simply because there is so much of it, the demoralisation of Self in the criticism they suffer under unrealistic expectations of them. Gradually it takes it toll, constantly they are adjusting and becoming used to the pressure. They don’t notice that till a crisis appears perhaps, or there is lots of sickness amongst the Staff.

This is where an insightful Head Teacher or Deputy can put into place the type of Workshop that Coaching NorthWest delivers, Stress Management, and the recent one was no exception. The Staff are genuinely doing their very best, a great group of people.

The feedback said they were pleased with the information, the usefulness of it, the motivational influence and content. Cheers to this school for giving me the opportunity to give them skills, techniques, and thought processes to support them through a challenging time.

I am certainly passionate about my work and what I can do to improve people’s lives. I am sure this hard working, deep thinking group of people felt that, and will put this info, delivered over a few sessions to good use, and not only feel more in control of their way forward at work,  but be happier, calmer people to boot. They deserve that.