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Resources / downloads. Dawn Waldron

Interview with a Tunbridge Wells based Nutritional Therapist

We are very privileged to have permission from Dawn to share with you an interview she gave for ICAN (Integrative Healthcare and Applied Nutrition). A really inspiring article which demands to be read.
Resources / downloads. HastingsClinic

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(2013) Outcomes of a CAM bodywork Wellbeing Clinic on the quality of life in unpaid family members with caring responsibilities – a pilot study.
Originally this pilot study was sent to East Sussex County Council and a number of local charities in Hastings and East Sussex. No interest was shown by any of the recipients. Shame on them all.
Abridged version first published in (2013) CAM care for the carers. cam June, p46 and then in the Shiatsu Society UK Journal (2015) The Care and Wellbeing of Carers, Shiatsu Society Journal (134) 5-9.
Resources / downloads. Tai Chi Lit RevWith thanks to the Physiotherapy Department of 1995, Bloomsbury Day Centre, Camden and Islington NHS Trust for inspiring me to write this paper. Out of date now as there have been a large number of studies since 2001, but ahead of its time when published.
(2001) Tai Chi Chuan’s role in maintaining independence in ageing people with chronic disease: a literature review, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (5)70-77

Resources / downloads. Learning how to breathWith many thanks to Dr Leon Chaitow ND, DO. (RIP September 2018).
“Read the book... it’s all in the book... just read it!”
The work continues...
(2016) Learning How to Breath, Shiatsu Society Journal (137) 9-13

Resources / downloads. OreWellbeingDayBetter Breathing - handout first distributed at our Carers Wellbeing Day, Ore Community Centre (Hastings), March 2016.
Practical breathing rehabilitation techniques for everyone - not just for helping Carers. Especially useful for anyone who might be dealing with stress or pain.
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