Use this Easter to reset physically and mentally. Should you want to stay focused then have a read of our top ten tips to keep you on track over the Easter break…
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When you’ve had a tougher time than usual, have you ever stopped, paused and looked around you? I definitely have and been surprised by what I see and feel…. Can your environment really affect your mood and your mental health? It sure can!
At Ad-Lib Training we are always expressing how physical activity can help improve your mental health, but I have begun to notice how social interaction plays just as important part in the overall picture…
At Ad-Lib Training, we always like to connect with others who share our vision to promote mental wellbeing and physical activity in the community.
Rebecca has been catching up with our partner Reinvent Lifestyle. Warwick Wyatt shares all about his motivations, the brand and what the future holds.
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Acute Occupational Therapy Team commissioned Ad-Lib Training to help them deliver their vision of supporting their mental health patients adopt a healthier and more active lifestyle. Shakira successfully completed and passed the course. Articulate and with a passion for physical activity and health Shakira kindly agreed to share her thoughts a year after passing her assessment.
A book review: How to Break Up With Your Phoneby Catherine Price.
As you know, I started out on the journey of a phone detox after reading how usage can affect your mental health, as well as physical aspects… And what a journey it has been.
In this day and age time is limited. Here are a few ideas of how we can keep fit and healthy as well as support our local and national communities.
I am always one to discover new ways of living a happier and healthier life. I came across this book by Catherine Price about phone addiction and a 30-day guide to lessen your usage. The book encourages you to review your daily habits. Aiding you to reduce your time spent on the phone to embrace new experiences, fulfil your life and to enjoy our precious moments together.
My work in exercise and mental health as well as my own personal journey (I still have some battles) has shown me that despite these more enlightened times, there remains a strong stigma around mental health.. What are your thoughts?