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As we welcome the dawn of a brand new year, let's take a moment to reflect on the holiday season we've just navigated. We hope that you had a peaceful and joyful festive break and we wish you a very happy and healthy 2024.


We completely understand that for some, the pressure for a perfect and magical holiday can be overwhelming, and it's important to acknowledge that not everyone experiences joy during this time. In fact, more than a quarter of people in the UK find Christmas more challenging than any other time of the year, with stress, depression, and loneliness being real issues.


Here's to a journey of growth, fulfillment, and achieving the balance you deserve in the upcoming year. If the holiday season felt especially difficult, please know that you're not alone. Help is always available, and reaching out is a sign of strength. Whether you're feeling depressed, anxious, or lonely, support is just a call or message away.  At The Heart of Holistic Health, we aim to be a centre of support and wellbeing for the Local Community – if you are in the neighbourhood, do pop in and say Hi – you would be very welcome.


As we step into the new year, let's commit to cultivating a life that embraces balance across various self-care categories: physical, mental, spiritual, professional, and emotional. In the midst of disrupted routines, finding equilibrium becomes essential. Consider incorporating activities like a refreshing walk or jog to invigorate the body, setting a seasonal budget for financial well-being, engaging in mindful meditation for spiritual grounding, planning for work to foster professional growth, and practicing gratitude for emotional resilience.


May this new year be a canvas for creating positive habits, fostering well-being, and embracing the journey ahead. Here's to a year of self-discovery, resilience, and the pursuit of a balanced and fulfilling life.


Wishing you a peaceful and joyous New Year,


From our Hearts to yours…

Amanda and The Heart of Holistic Health Team


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We have been working for some time with Sporting Individuals, supporting them on their peak fitness paths and we have pooled our specialist therapists together to offer a weekly clinic dedicated to helping with injuries. Our clinic is open from 4.00pm through til 9.00pm every Tuesday; enquiries and appointments can be made by calling the clinic on 01277 366030 or 07909 005446.

Working with various professional sportspeople, all of whom are excelling in their field, we are in awe of their dedication and we feel honoured to be a part of their journey...

Lauren Parker - Current IBO Inter-continental super flyweight champion.

9 bouts, 7 wins (1 KO), 1 draw, 1 loss

Lauren ‘Lionheart’ Parker is one of the most exciting boxers in the Super Flyweight division. She is trained in Essex by Paul Webber and Paul Day and Boxes out of Stevenage. She turned pro in 2017.

Currently recovering from an injury. Amanda McGregor from the sports injury team at The HHH along with Michelle Russell from Maximize Fitness are part of the team helping Lauren back to peak physical fitness.

William Webber ‘666’

He has now won 10 out of his first 11 fights.

Is a professional boxer who competes at Super Middleweight. Fighting out of Leaden Roding , near Ongar, Essex. William is coached by his father Paul Webber. William turned professional in July 2017 and is promoted by Goodwin Boxing under Steve Goodwin. “William is without a doubt one of the country’s leading Super Middleweight talents’, said Goodwin.

He won the Southern Area title defeating Max Lovell on points in September 2022 - Well done William!

George Dobson has been having regular Bowen treatments since the age of 14 when he was training and playing at Arsenal Academy and was diagnosed with Osgood- Schlatter disease. At this point he was spending more time on the bench than on the pitch! This literally did all change within a month after Bowen treatment with Amanda McGregor at her sports injury clinic. Whilst the pain was in the knee, the issue was emanating from George’s pelvis which was out of alignment. Core alignment is key to the stability of the body and releasing tension. George now plays as a defensive midfielder or centre back for Charlton Athletic. George keeps on top of any tightness, pain or potential injuries with regular Bowen sessions and regularly attends our Sports Injury Clinic. Staying in peak physical fitness is paramount to Georges successful career in football.

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