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.