I thought it was important to share the training that I've been doing in order to progress. Not only to try and give myself a little more accountability to running, but also to share with you the truth that may or may not come across on other outlets. I've recently found that my instagram is full of running photos, and not a lot else. I've been trying to force myself not to share run picture after run picture, but am finding that a little difficult. There's a couple of reasons for this, the first that the weather hasn't been amazing recently and so I've been trying to limit my time spent outside, the second running really has been the only real 'instagrammable' part of my life recently between commuting and work there's only been running, thirdly I've been trying new routes and sessions in my running recently that has inspired me to share and I've been doing so on my instagram. Because of this it may seem like I've been running way more than I actually have!
This week I turned 23 and started thinking that this past year has been the one where I would start I would start classing myself as a runner. Somewhere between leaving school, graduating university and becoming a freelance dance teacher, I've found time to add running to my list of hobbies. I'm still in the… Continue reading 23 Things I’ve Learnt About Running
We all have our own perception of what dizziness actually is. The word itself is used to describe a variety of bodily sensations that many patients cannot accurately relay to those treating them (Sloane, et al., 2001). When using the word dizzy many of us tend to be describing the continued sense of spinning, despite… Continue reading Dance on the Brain: Dizziness
Today I'm expanding the term 'one move' to mean more of a collection of steps that are used as one. This will become clearer when I explain, today's movement is a rhythm turn. A movement that is exactly as it states, you create a rhythm as you turn. The turn is broken into many little… Continue reading One Move At a Time: Rhythm Turns
Dance can help change the brain. This statement seems sweeping and unfounded, and yet it is true. Much like how our life experiences change the brain, dance can also. I've previously written about how dance can help those with Parkinson's, a neurological condition that can also affect the mental health of a patient (Read More… Continue reading Welcoming Well-Being: How Dance can help the brain.