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Feelgood factor at Christmas Cracker
Hands-on Health is tying up with a like-minded local charity to give Exmouth’s Christmas Cracker revellers lots of opportunities to go home feeling good.
We’re joining forces with Woodbury’s Stallcombe House, a residential community for adults with learning disabilities.
Christmas gifts – including hand-made art and craft items and organic produce from Stallcombe’s renowned workshops and gardens, and specially-priced health and fitness gift vouchers – will be available from a stall in The Strand as well as from an open-day and exhibition in the clinic from 10am to 5pm on Saturday. There will also be a prize draw.
Stallcombe’s Deputy General Manager, Christine Jarman, is delighted to be working with a business that has the same ethos and values: “At Stallcombe House, we have a farm, with free-range poultry and a five-acre organic garden which supplies the main kitchen and supports our dietary philosophy. We aim to be as sustainable and eco-friendly as possible.”
Partner at Hands-on Health, Albie McMahon, emphasises the feelgood factor: “The recession means tough times for everyone, especially charities. We want to make sure that our visitors on Saturday can go home feeling good, having contributed to a fantastic local cause at the same time as sorting out their Christmas shopping and planning their new-year health and fitness resolutions!”
In the run-up to Christmas, anyone booking a 15-minute no-charge consultation or taster at Hands-on Health will be invited to make a donation to Stallcombe House.
At our Exmouth eco-clinic, we offer a multi-disciplinary team approach involving acupuncture, EFT, massage therapies, McTimoney chiropractic, myofascial release, nutrition, reflexology, circuit training, corrective exercise, Pilates, Tai Chi, TRX, yoga and more.
Welcome to Henry Tang
Another massage therapist has joined the team. Henry Tang has a number of specialisms, including pregnancy massage, sports massage and cranio-sacral therapy.
We have made some changes to our class timetable. In particular, Vinyasa Flow yoga and Tai Chi times have changed, and the Monday night primary led Ashtanga yoga has been split into two classes, at 18.00 and 19.30 due to demand.
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