24 November 2023
Brain Power Salad

We're loving having more salads with these longer warmer days. This salad will also bring you extra brain power to help you make it to the end of year and holiday time 🙂 SERVES 4 | PREP TIME 20 MINUTES | COOK TIME 25 MINUTES INGREDIENTSFor the roast cauliflower:1 cauliflower1⁄2–1 red onion1 tbsp olive oil1⁄4 […]

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17 August 2023
The complexities of returning to sport after injury in young athletes

Lessons from working in high performance sport Having worked within high performance sport in the UK, the pressures on young, promising athletes to reach their full potential is immense and can lead to extra physical as well as emotional stress, especially where injury is concerned. I’ve seen it on many occasions where an injury occurs and […]

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20 July 2023
Leek & Pea Soup With Basil

Serves 4. Prep 5 minutes, Cook 15 minutes. WHAT YOU NEED; • 2 tsp. coconut oil• 3 1⁄4 cups (400g) leek, chopped• 4 cups (1L) water• 2 vegetable stock cubes• 3 cups (450g) garden peas• 1⁄2 cup (15g) fresh basil, chopped• 1 1⁄4 cup (150g) feta, crumbled WHAT YOU NEED TO DO; Heat the oil […]

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20 July 2023
Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

By Chris Smith Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPS) is a condition characterised by pain and tenderness on the outer aspect of the hip, specifically around the bony prominence called the greater trochanter. It can significantly impact an individual's daily activities and quality of life. In this blog, we will explore the symptoms of GTPS, discuss […]

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20 July 2023
Enhancing Performance and Preventing Injuries: Unveiling the Potential of Strength Training for Runners

Paul White.  Physio and Running Movement Coach Over the past week, I've had the incredible opportunity to work closely with the Auckland U18 girls hockey team. Collaborating with these talented athletes has been a rewarding experience, but it hasn't been without its challenges. One recurring issue that a significant number of the girls have faced […]

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11 April 2023
Mum’s it's time for some self-care

By Liz Brookes, Pilates Instructor As a busy Mum taking time out for yourself with a regular movement practice is so important when you’re constantly taking care of others and are constantly on the go. When things get a little overwhelming during your day take a few minutes to restore your nervous system with some […]

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21 March 2023
Yoga vs Pilates

Movement Therapy by Mira Boeyens Should I be doing yoga or pilates, is one superior over the other… and what is actually the difference between the two?  Firstly, both yoga and pilates is for everyone, from complete beginners to advanced gurus. However, there are some differences that’s noteworthy, especially if you are recovering from an […]

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12 February 2023
Calf muscle strain - the injury that just keeps giving!

Calf muscle strains are one of the most common lower limb muscle injuries in addition to hamstring and groin strains. They occur commonly in sports which involve high-speed running or high volumes of running and acceleration and deceleration forces, although they can also occur in the general population with less intense activity. It is unsurprising […]

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11 November 2022
TO KEGAL OR NOT TO KEGAL, THAT IS THE QUESTION

By Anna Geraets, Pelvic Health Physio There is this muscle we have that we typically don’t think about, until there is a problem (leaking, pain), or we’re considering vaginal childbirth.  So, first, what is this elusive muscle?  To make things as simple as possible, our pelvic floor has 2 layers. The superficial layer (closer to […]

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10 November 2022
TOP 4 SPORTS MASSAGE QUESTIONS

Sports massage is a term often discussed and often comes with some misconceptions. It is not just for athletes but is for anyone who is active to any degree. It is often referred to as being painful, but this is not necessarily the case. So, the following are some answers to four common questions about […]

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