Exercise is what all healthcare practitioners recommend in order to lead a healthy life. Together with regular diet, quality sleep and reasonable work-life balance, it can create the sense of wellness. However, throughout the recent years, it became noticeable that for many people exercises can bring a completely opposite result – pain, injury, tightness.
What "Fulham Massage & Wellness" is all about!
A few weeks, on one of the December afternoons, all members of Fulham Massage & Wellness have gathered together to participate in a workshop. The aim was to establish an inner culture and bring everyone to the same page as to why we are doing what we’re doing. We wanted to create a sense of purpose for our clinic so when the team grows, we can have a set standard and be able to execute it every day.
We started with a little appreciation exercise and here was what we thought each person brings to our team:
Having shoulder pain is an issue that could affect your happiness and overall well-being. Even worse, those who are left-handed and are having left shoulder blade pain (or vice versa) might have trouble performing everyday tasks. Being left-handed and having left shoulder blade pain can keep you from carrying out your various day-to-day physical activities at work as well. From tasks as simple as typing on a keyboard to a more demanding task like operating a piece of machinery.
Christmas Opening Hours December 2017
Fulham Massage & Wellness would love to thank you for your custom and support in 2017. We hope it was a year full of adventures, growth and abundance!
We feel privileged to be a part of your lives and we hope to assist you on your wellness path in 2018.
During this festive season, we will remain open for most of the days, however our opening ours will be different.
Here is our Christmas Schedule:
Saturday 23rd 9am – 6.15pm
Sunday 24th 9am – 3pm
Monday 25th closed
Tuesday 26th closed
Wednesday 27th 12pm – 6pm
Thursday 28th 10.30am – 6pm
Friday 29th 12pm – 6pm
Saturday 30th 9am – 6.15pm
Sunday 31st 9am – 3pm
Monday 1st closed
Tuesday 2nd 9.15am – 10pm
Once again, we wish you all the best and we look forward to seeing you soon!
How massages are a form of stress relief
London is a magnificent city to live in – it’s parks, transport system, restaurants, museums and jobs market attract the very best of people from all over the world. However, it is also a busy city where many inhabitants burn the candle at both ends – active lifestyles, high pressured jobs, lots of travel and with the invention of smartphones we’re all switched on 7 days a week. Even tiredness and poor diet can be stresses on the mind and body. Stress is normal, it’s not successful but it is normal – it’s part of life. You must learn to handle stress so that you can manage the circumstances of life to get the health and lifestyle outcome of your choosing.
Stress relief and massage therapy
Ben Simpkins, Personal Trainer at Eat Move Live Better
The ballot slots for London marathon were recently released, and I had attempted to take part but unfortunately didn't get a place. With my bad news there is some great news for all the people that did make it and are going to be on the starting line for London 2018. In this blog post we are going to look at what type of training you could/should be doing to help improve your time, strength and energy levels.
1 – Don't just run!
Why run a marathon? – how did it all started for Fulham Massage & Wellness Managing Director, Agata
The idea of running a marathon was at the back of my head for a long time. I used to think that running 26miles was just for crazy people but over time and hearing inspiring stories from my clients - the seed got planted. I was admiring those who managed to cross the finish line because it was always a symbol – of determination, strong will power and persuasion. And an enormous sense of achievement! I began to want it! This desire, although noticeable, wasn’t enough to take any actions for years. Eventually I signed up for a London marathon 2015 with a high hope that I won’t get a place. And I didn’t! I remember telling myself it was a universe’s way of saying “it’s not for you”. Relieved I don’t have to commit to a long training, I quickly realised I also felt a pinch of disappointment which I couldn’t understand.
Whether it is a muscle spasm, back pain, sinus headache, or any other debilitating physiological condition, Massage Therapy, when administered by a trained professional, is highly effective for pain relief. But once your therapist has helped you to address the pain, do you quit calling? When the pain is gone, are you gone too?