August Newsletter: Summer Holidays, Classes, Sponsored Walks

Published on 3rd August 2017


August 2017 Newsletter                

Hi All,


It’s August, and we’re sure it hasn’t stopped raining for at least a week… But don’t let your spirits be dampened, we’re still here come rain or shine! Like the rest of you, we have some holidays going on and so there is no major news, but here’s a little update nevertheless.


This month, some of our therapist are joining the majority of Londoners, and vacating the city for a well-earned break!

Claudia is away from the 1st – 11th August.
Lisa from the 19th August to the 3rd September.
Alison Douglas, one of our lovely receptionists and resident reflexologist, is away from the 20th August to the start of September.
Rob is going to visit his family in Holland from the 10th-14th August
Jenny is taking the weekend of the 19th - 20th off to celebrate her birthday!

However, there will always be somebody here to see you should you be in need of a treatment during your usual therapist’s holiday, so don’t panic.


Our Pilates classes with Marla, Mara and Tamsin are taking a brief hiatus throughout August as they enjoy the summer holidays, with the plan to return with the school term in September. Yoga with Billie on Tuesday evenings however, will be taking a slightly longer break as she is going on maternity leave to prepare for the arrival of baby number two! Watch this space though, as there is a plan formulating for another local yoga teacher to take over Billie’s classes for the duration of her maternity leave.


Thank you so much to everyone who rallied behind our wonderful Jenny last month as she took on 27.5 miles of the Jurassic Coastal Path for Macmillan Cancer Support. Your donations helped her to raise a huge £500 which doubled her original target of £250!

This weekend, Rob is taking on another challenge for his organisation Walking to Save Dogs - but this time he’s doing it without all his dogs for moral support. He will be completing the 3 peaks challenge: that’s Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike (the highest peaks in the Scotland, Wales and England) in 24 hours. To support him on this challenge, raising money to campaign against the dog meat trade, visit his fundraising page here.


As usual, we wish you all the best, and look forward to seeing you in the clinic for another treatment soon!

Everyone at Integrated Body Dynamics x


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