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Balancing Yoga and Calisthenics: Filling The Gaps

James arrived at Aspen after hearing about the Handstand Classes from a friend. He was seeking a means of improving upon the weakness’s that had…

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Slow Cooked Lamb Curry

Simple and Healthy Granola

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Balancing Yoga and Calisthenics: Filling The Gaps

James arrived at Aspen after hearing about the Handstand Classes from a friend. He was seeking a means of improving upon the weakness’s that had…

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How dangerous are the oils you use?

Earlier this year we spent 3 weeks travelling around the south island of New Zealand and stayed in a few caravan parks during that time….

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Enduring Severe Depression: A Story Of Mental Health

In August of 2018, Gabriel was admitted to hospital after attempting to take his own life. He was battling major depression, anxiety, and an eating…

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Freedom Through Movement: Reclaiming Life’s Simple Pleasures

Aspen Coaching was initially recommended to Dave by a close friend of his. At the time, Dave had persistent shoulder pain, knee pain, and back…

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From Crossfit to Aspen: Fighting 5 Herniated Discs

Bex came to us as a last resort. She had 5 herniated discs and could no long do what she loved… Crossfit! She had been …

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Slow Cooked Lamb Curry

One of my favourite things about winter (and to me there really aren’t many positives) is the ability to use my slow cooker for those…

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Simple and Healthy Granola

Gluten + Grain free Granola! Granola is super tasty, I usually have it for a dessert. However, I find it so expensive and tricky to…

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Slow Cooked Beef Stew

Slow Cooked Beef Stew​ One of the great things about slow cooked meals is they tend to increase in flavour as each day goes by….

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Slow Cooked Mustard + Lemon Chicken (GF)

Chicken thighs are a fantastic way to use your slow cooker, and the result is always juicy and tender. The thighs produce their own juices…

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Making Your Food Go Further

This COVID-19 crisis has really highlighted the importance of making your food go a long way. Now that my whole family is at home together…

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Bob Running Transformation

An Osteopath’s Marathon Journey

29th April 2019 Sitting here with legs that ache like hell, the complete and utter exhaustion of running yesterday’s London Marathon still lingers – and…

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Coordination Word

Coordination

To us, Coordination isn’t about being capable of elaborate and impressive dance moves. In our eyes, Coordination is about having your joints interacting properly, and in…

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Proprioception

Proprioception is very important to the brain as it plays a big role in self-regulation, coordination, posture, body awareness, speech, and the ability to attend and focus. Proprioception…

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Resilience

Being resilient means being able to adapt quickly and become stronger through applied stressors. We want you to elevate in all areas of health, to…

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Strength

We have Strength as one of our key pillars of teaching. However, our definition of the word may differ to yours.

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Balance

As human beings, everything that makes us who we are is in a constant state of flux. We’re creating and disposing of millions of cells…

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Christmas Craziness: Tips For A Guilt-Free Christmas

Christmas seems to come around faster every year. It feels like it should only be July right now but here we are madly preparing for…

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Beginner Handstand

How To: Handstands For Beginners

On the surface, handstands appear as nothing more than a neat party trick. It isn’t until we dive a little deeper that we realise how…

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