Posts Tagged ‘adrenal fatigue’

 

How we Work at BodyCHEK Explained by Paul Chek

Most of you will know that I have extensively studied with Paul Chek and that I am a member of The CHEK Institute Faculty, teaching the institute’s Advanced Training Programmes. In the video below, Paul Chek describes (in a lot of detail) how we assess clients and the importance of doing such detailed assessments to […]

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Lower Back Pain Rehab – Final Update

If you’ve been following my posts for some time, you’ll know that in June 2013, I ruptured my L4/5, L5/S1 lumbar discs. I have a series of blogs over the last 22 months detailing my progress: Blog 1 Blog 2 Blog 3 Blog 4 Blog 5 Well, I’m happy to say that I feel my rehabilitation […]

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Why Exercise & Diet Might Not be Enough to Lose Weight

Do you exercise regularly and eat a good, healthy diet and still unable to lose weight? Here at BodyCHEK, I sometimes see this in a minority of my clients and it is frustrating for them because they are led to believe by the mainstream media and indeed the medical community that if you exercise regularly […]

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Do You Need Supplements to Lose Body Fat?

If you’ve read my blogs before you’ll know my belief that you need to get healthy, to lose weight, not lose weight to get healthy!!! When your bodily systems are properly balanced, your body’s fat levels normalise. So how do you normalise your bodily systems, get healthy and lose body fat?  I have heard so […]

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CHEK Institute Blog – Welcome to Dr. Quiet

I hope you have made a great start to 2014. I Just thought I’d let you know that I am now writing for the CHEK Institute’s Blog on a monthly basis. Each month, I will be highlighting the benefits of rest and recovery and giving hints and tips on how best to maximise your rest […]

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  • FINALLY…TECHNIQUES FOR BETTER POSTURE

    Top UK CHEK Practitioner and Health Coach Leigh Reveals Insider Secrets The Orthopedic Surgeons Don’t Want You to Know.
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