Sharon wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year – See you in 2017!

We are coming to the end of 2016 and life speeds up at an incredible pace doesn’t it!

Whatever it is that’s keeping you busy I hope is done because you love doing it and a glass of something tasty passes your lips for good will.

Today, Thursday 22nd is my last working day for 2016.. How about you?

I hope you make and find time to relax and do the things you love with the people you love.

I am going to a funeral tomorrow, a good friends mother has died unexpectedly, and draws me back to the real simplicity of life.  Life for most of us isn’t simple.  But when something as powerful as a birth or death happens then all the other less important clutter in our lives gets pushed aside.

And maybe that’s why Christmas is good for us.. Religious or not.. we all tend to take some time off and spend that time with family and friends.  Much as we love our jobs (or not) and we actually do like being busy, the Christmas break is exactly that  – a break – and hopefully come back to normality with renewed love for what we are doing everyday.

BUT…IF what you are doing everyday isn’t really ticking your boxes and you find time over the Christmas Break contemplating the ‘what if’s….is this it….I’m not happy…I’m not feeling fulfilled..

I could say many things about that and something might resonate with you – Here is a good general one for many of life’s challenges we face.

THE 3 C’s of LIFE:

CHOICES, CHANCES, CHANGES

You must make a CHOICE to take a CHANCE or your life will never CHANGE

On that, may I wish you happiness and love.

See you in 2017!  First classes back will be Friday 6th January 2017.

Sharon xxxxxx

A few years ago I had a very severe back injury which resulted in me being off work for 6 weeks. I had previously had minor back problems. Rather than continue in a cycle of physio, pain management, feeling well, then injury again, I decided to do something about it! So when Sharon put a leaflet through my door, I felt this was my opportunity. The group in Well Lane were very welcoming to me and I didn’t feel at all awkward not doing some of the exercises, as I was very scared of injuring myself again. Two years on I now feel better equipped to manage my condition. Sharon has taught me about the types of muscles i use for different movements, therefore making me more aware of the importance of correct posture. Also, if for example, I’m working in the garden, I always complete a set of stretches before and after thus avoiding any problems. If you’ll excuse the pun, Sharon has equipped me with the tools I need, to ensure I can enjoy activities without being in constant fear of injuring myself. Lastly and most importantly, through this group I’ve made a whole new group of friends and I value this immensely. Thank you Sharon.
Janice