Diabetes Week 12-18 June 2016
Did you know that PEMF can help with circulatory issues associated with Diabetes?
Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields (PEMFs) helps to condition all tissues to be as healthy as possible and they may also accelerate the natural health recovery of diabetic tissues. There is a large amount of research on the use of PEMFs and it is believed that it is possible for this therapy to reduce pain, improve circulation, help liver function, improve pancreatic function and improve the cells to be able help with the circulation insulin.
Adding PEMFs will not cure diabetes, but they will help to manage the condition and the circulatory issues that come with it alongside a healthy diet (a session with a nutritionist is usually encouraged). It is also important that you take your medication prescribed your doctor and manage your diet in conjunction with the use of PEMFs as a complimentary therapy rather than an alternative.
Follow the link below for more information and case studies.
PEMF – Diabetes and Diabetic Neuropathology
So if you or anyone you know are struggling with any of the circulatory conditions associated with diabetes refer them to us to see how we can help – at our LilyPie Clinic in Chart Sutton.
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Come and join us for a fun filled day in support of The Royal British Legion on Armed Forces Day 2016.
There will also be a raffle on the day with some fantastic prized to be won, including a 60 min Soft Tissue Therapy Session at Restoring Health!
Find all the info below.
Hope to see you there!
Restoring Health Team
Last weekend Restoring Health was at Leeds Castle overseeing the Post-Event Massage Tent for the Pink Ribbonwalk to raise money for Breast Cancer Care UK. Thanks to our team of volunteers, we were able to provide free massage to the well-deserving walkers, who had walked between 5 and 20 miles that day.
We entered everyone who had a massage into a free prize draw, and we’re excited to announce the winners today! Please see below for a list of the prizes and their corresponding winners:
Well done to everyone who took part, and remember that you’re always welcome at one of the Restoring Health Clinics if you’d like another massage! Give Beth a call on 07588 557635 or email email@example.com to book an appointment or for more information.
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One of Restoring Health’s Best Friends (Paul Gardner and his two sons) – are getting ready to depart on the Parenta Trust – Maidstone to Monaco Rally on the17th of June.
The goal of the Rally is to raise enough money to open a third Pre-school in Uganda.
The Parenta Trust is dedicated to helping those who care for children.
The Trust is committed to providing schools & clean drinking water for children under 5 in the most deprived areas of Uganda, ensuring pre-school children are given the opportunity to experience education from an early age.
We at Restoring Heath are behind them all the way! You will even find our logo on Paul’s car.
The Parenta Trust Rally is taking place beween 17 & 21 June 2015.
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On June 20th, Restoring Health is overseeing the Massage Tent at the Leeds Castle Pink Ribbonwalk for Breast Cancer Care UK!
As well as offering sports massage, we’ll also have the New Med Ltd team with us providing PEMF Therapy. If you’re taking part in the event, please come and visit us once you’ve crossed the finish line – we’d love to give you a well deserved massage!
In addition to offering free post-event massage, Restoring Health is also giving the participants the chance to enter a free prize draw! There are some great prizes up for grabs including:
The (Leeds Castle) Pink Ribbonwalk is a 5, 10 or 20 mile sponsored walk around the stunning grounds of Leeds Castle to raise money for the vital work of Breast Cancer Care. We are privileged to have been asked to support the event again this year and we look forward to meeting all the walkers on 20th June!
If you would like more information about Restoring Health and the services we provide, please click here to visit our website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07588557635.
I heard something really crazy the other day and I knew it was worthy of a post on our blog. A group of 5 friends from Maidstone have committed to running 12 marathons in 12 months for charity. That’s a whopping 312 miles in races, plus all the training they’ll have to do! They started in January, which means that they’ve already run 3 marathons and have 9 to go. Obviously not all of them are official events, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive, just more determined. And before you start thinking this mad decision was induced by the folly of youth, most of the runners are in their forties – they’re just that hardcore. To find out what motivates them, last week I interviewed Darren Eagles, one of the team:
Hi Darren, why don’t you start by telling us a bit about yourself? Continue reading
For years, mothers have despaired at their children eating worms, climbing trees and playing in mud, but apparently that’s what they were supposed to be doing all along. Mark Burr, 51, runs Wild Times Woodland Adventures, a Forest School in Maidstone, Kent, based in a 10-acre woods complete with small lake, composting toilet and a parachute shelter. The idea comes from Scandinavia, and let’s face it, they’ve had some pretty cool ideas over the years (Ikea, ABBA, Vikings…). The theory is that being outdoors in nature is good for children’s emotional well-being and physical health, as well as their developmental processes.
In fact, it’s not just a theory anymore, there’s a mounting pile of evidence to back it up. It rings true with me too. Few of us can deny that we feel much better when we’re outside, (preferably when it’s warm and sunny), surrounded by nature’s beauty. Mark has a quote on his website, “It’s impossible to walk in the woods and be in a bad mood at the same time.” While I disagree with this statement, having endured many miserable hours out in the rain, I fully support the principle that being outdoors is good for the soul, weather permitting. Continue reading
We’ve all made them and broken them before sun sets on January 1st. A few, more determined people might make it to January 3rd. And then there are the smug ones that last several months. But keeping New Year’s Resolutions can be tough.
That’s why we’ve handpicked our top 5 resolutions that we feel are worth putting some effort into. Let us know how you get on!
We just wanted to say Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our clients, friends and supporters!
A massive thank you to everyone who has been supporting our Chocolate Campaign to help survivors of Human Trafficking. To find out what Restoring Hope has been doing with the proceeds, please click here.
Thank you also to everyone who donated a bag of food shopping to the Restoring Hands Christmas Food Bank Appeal. If you remember, we were offering £10 off to anyone who donated food or came for their massage dressed in a Christmas costume throughout the month of December.
We hope you enjoy Christmas and the New Year, and we look forward to seeing you again in 2015!
Most runners take care to avoid the mud and the puddles; they plan their routes to avoid deep bogs and river crossings. But not so the GRIM Challengers. No, the GRIM Challengers look for the deepest, filthiest part of the bog and wade their way through it, relishing every last drop of cold, clammy mud.
Why? I can only assume that many of them are crazy. But some are motivated by the opportunity to raise money for charity, and with registration fees as low as £27, the GRIM Challenge is the perfect place to do just that.