into the middle of this week, hopefully leaving those cold winter evenings heading off into our distant memories. Thoughts of spring lambs, Easter and clocks leaping forward bring us gradually out of our hibernation.
So what have I been up to over the long winter evenings? I thought it was the perfect time to refresh my skills and add a few extra ones. Over the past two weeks I’ve been travelling up to central London to attend various courses. Last weekend I spent time training with Matt Roberts and his ‘Training with You’ team. This new programme is initially a six week programme where between 2 and 8 of you are trained in the comfort of your own home, once a week. All equipment for these sessions will be supplied for the one and a half hour sessions. The simplicity of the programme ensures that if you follow and stick to it, results are guaranteed. I have now put a button on my website which links you directly through to the Matt Roberts ‘Training with you’ website which is run in association with Conviviality.
What else have I been up to? This weekend I went up to do my final Acupuncture training sessions with Bernard Nolan, his
clients have included various well known premier football clubs, a number of well-known celebrities and he has appeared on GMTV, Trisha and other daytime TV programmes. It was great to learn from such a knowledgeable individual who made musculo-skeletal acupuncture, so understandable. I look forward to putting my skills into practice in a month’s time, once my case study has been submitted.
Also on my weekly trip to the New York Coffee shop for my morning coffee in East Grinstead, I got to meet and talk briefly to the gorgeous Peter Andre; I can say he is as good looking in real life as he is on the TV! Happy Birthday Mr Andre, I hope you had
a great day.
Why have I chosen to add acupuncture to my list of skills? I have realised over the past 14 years of doing what I do, that having a holistic all round approach to people’s health and wellbeing means that not only can I treat their physical needs but I have the ability to work with them to modify their psychological barriers as well. I also feel it is extremely important
not to try to go beyond my knowledge and to realise this when I need other professionals, such as the Physiotherapists that I work with at Head2ToePhysio in Crawley.
I can honestly say that the most important thing to me is making someone’s life that little bit better using the skills I’ve picked up over the past 14 years.
Listen out for me on Meridian 107fm the Local Community radio station in East Grinstead on Monday mornings and feel free to have a look on my website. Don’t forget to read all about my lambing experience in this month’s Sussex Living magazine.
For information on hypnotherapy, sports massage, personal training and soon acupuncture in Sussex
and Surrey contact Becky Wells at www.beckywells.com
Follow me on twitter @beckyjoewells
Give me a call 07801 941949