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Experience Wellness

Pilates, Relaxation & Sleep for Chronic Pain Management

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At Experience Wellness we can help you...

Chronic pain has many facets; it impacts on our lives in many ways.

We may have been fit as a flee one day, then the next... a different person.

At Experience Wellness we know all about chronic pain: Cath has worked in the NHS helping people and we also use the same information with our own pain issues. Please read my story for more details.

To my mind, there are three main issues that pain affects: sleep, movement and stress. It is no surprise then, that when one aspect of pain is helped, the other areas too are releived.

The study of pain is very complex (physiologically, mechanically and emotionally), and in our sessions it really doesn't matter how you got your pain - you have pain.

There are so many different ways to help, but most people we help have been through the traditional route of NHS/Private physiotherapy (or other manual therapy), have been to their GP or even seen a consultant about the cause and treatment of their pain. In most instances this really does help.

For some it doesn't. When answers or reasons cannot be found it is frustrating and unsatisfactory.

We don't claim to have all the answers, but I know we do help people who have travelled down that lonely path to be eventually told...

"...there's nothing more we can do for you, you'll just have to learn to live with it..."

That is where we step in. We can work where others have failed - we don't have a magic wand, but we do get results.

Cherry Baker - the Second Coming

For the second time this year (her first seminar was a SELL OUT), Cherry Baker is once again presenting her Uptight & Outta Sight Pelvic Floor Seminar.

Read our latest blogs for top tips on Pilates and Wellness...

Key Move for strong pelvic floor

By cath | May 12, 2017

Knee Drop – Pelvic Floor without saying “Pelvic Floor” Diamond Pilates is all about pelvic health; not just the internal muscles, but the associated structures around the hip, lower back and abdominals.  Talking about or describing the internal anatomy of the pelvic floor can leave people feeling a little ‘off’.  They might not want to…

Sensitive Bladder – have you got ‘The Knack’?

By cath | April 24, 2017

Get ‘The Knack’, and help yourself to stay dry. The Knack can help both men and women with leakage of urine when they cough or sneeze.  It is an exercise for the pelvic floor that helps. Leaks when coughing Helps with downward pressure inside the pelvis Why do we need The Knack? If we wee…

What do Pilates and Hairdressing have in common?

By cath | March 30, 2017

Not much you might think…?  Helping people, make them look fabulous?  Yes, to both of these and more, but I was thinking more about pricing… Cath v’s mat and equpment On 1st April (this Saturday) we open our new Pilates Equipment Studio (if you don’t know what that means, please see here)  For the last…

Prepare NOW for 2017

By cath | December 12, 2016

 It’s not too early to be prepared!!! Its now December, and so the busiest month of the year is under way. But why not take time out and think about next year, and what you want from it? I know the dreaded ‘C’ word is just round the corner, but then we will be turning…

Handouts

By cath | October 3, 2016

Homework   |   Education Home/holiday workout sheets     Education Sheets

Why Experience Wellness does what it does

By cath | February 27, 2015

Why do I get out of bed in the morning…to do what I do? Can you answer that?  I mean REALLY answer that? At first I couldn’t…  I kept going back to the same answer… to help people.  But that is a result of what I do, not why I do… Head scratch again… I needed…