How to Find Your Perfect Driving Posture

The seat position raises the whole chair up and down and can be a ratchet style lever, turn knob or electric mechanism. Raise the seat up to a comfortable position allowing for good road visibility. Ensure the feet can comfortably reach the pedals with a slight bend in the legs.  The knees should not touch the steering wheel and there should be good head clearance from the roof of the car. 

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7 Quick Tips to Help You Love Your Skin

We all love it when the sun comes out and following a few simple steps will keep your skin glowing and you feeling fabulous all summer long.

How to make sure your desk doesn't kill you

It’s no secret that our desk jobs aren’t doing us any good. According to recent studies the average British working adult spends between 4 and 5 hours sitting at their desk.  This isn’t including time spent sitting while commuting, watching TV, eating meals, playing video games, or working on computers at home. The combined total time has been estimated from anything between 9 and 14 hours per day! That’s a lot of sitting.

6 Essential Oils to Immediately Boost Your Wellbeing

 Essential oils have been used for centuries for natural healing and were once the primary form of medicine for our ancestors. But whilst our medicinal technology, knowledge and chemical manipulation has grown more advanced over the years, some of the most basic herbs and oils can still have fantastic results.

How to get the most out of your Onsite Massage Treatments

Making the great decision to hold onsite massage treatments at your office will bring a plethora of benefits, ranging from the physical and psychological gains for participants to the extrinsic benefits for your company, such as a reduction in absenteeism and a boost in productivity.

As well as being thoroughly enjoyable for your employees, rewarding your workforce in this way pays off. Depending on your company’s ethos, you could be looking to optimise your workforce, beef up a stress management program or simply wish to make your staff feel valued in the organisation.

The Physiological Effects of Massage on the Body

Massage is often known for it's relaxing properties. Most know massage has the power to calm us down, to make us feel good and to relieve tension in our muscles - but why exactly is this?

What happens in our bodies? And why does it make us feel the way it does? Today our massage experts answer these questions and more as we look through the physiological effects of massage on the body, and exactly why and how these effects occur.


Actionable Tips for Managing Stress at Work

Stress at work is growing to be an almost accepted part of modern life -  potentially something even to commended, as individuals strive to show their dedication and hard work, obsess over the need for perfection or are driven by competition with others to an unhealthy level. Society expects us to show that we find our work taxing to prove that we are working hard, but this needn't be the case.

We do not need to be stressed to be productive, and in fact, being under the stressed guise for an extended period can take a serious toll on our body.