With summer holidays fast approaching, children are no doubt eager to put thoughts of school on hold, and start planning new adventures for their free time. And while class may soon be out, parents still have to ensure that hay fevers don’t run unchecked, allergies don’t cause shenanigans, and nothing else disrupts the good times to be had during barbecues, days at the beach, or even filling up the paddling pool.
How holistic measures can help you tackle pain
Macmillan Cancer Support are estimating that by 2020 1 in every 2 people will be treated for cancer at some point in their life.
This week coming it’s Heart Rhythm Week which hopes to raise awareness of sudden cardiac arrest and heart rhythm disorders. Are you aware of how to keep your heart healthy?
Kicking off the week with the May Merrie, where our therapists are available to chat and give taster sessions and consultations, we have the following therapies available in The Centre:
Kingston’s annual May Merrie takes place on the 6th of May between 12 noon-5 P.M, celebrating the theme of “Play”. Featured during the day’s events are traditional games that both children and adults can participate in, such as a gigantic Hungry Hippos and other traditional favourites.
Believe in yourself, you are a star.
Busy busy busy, that’s what we’ll be in the centre next week!
So at last the temperatures are hitting double figures, spring is finally here.