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Complementary Fitness 17 July newsletter

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Welcome to this week’s newsletter & updates:


Just a wee tiny newsletter this week (had our grandkids for a sleepover and ran out of time).

On Sunday, we took the tram down to Ocean Terminal and went into the old Debenhams where kids of all ages can play on the pianos, play on bikes, trikes round a track, play with lego, toys, play in tents etc.  There’s a big dolls house, lots of cars to play with and bigger kids and adults can play table tennis and there are musical instruments for kids and also for adults too.  There are lots of photos of kids playing out in the streets ‘back in the day’.  Its all for free but donations are welcome.  I’m sure I’ve mentioned it before because we’ve taken the kids a couple of times before and they always ask to go back.

It’s open 11-4pm every day and worth a visit.


An amazing fantastic recent Wednesday class comment:

“first time attending Susan’s Wednesday morning class and I loved it – I had happy hormones for the rest of the day”.  great to hear and thank you


When making a smoothie, I love adding some ground Ceylon cinnamon or add it through a coconut yoghurt with berries because I like the flavour and know that cinnamon’s ability to lower blood sugar is one of its most well-researched and well-known benefits.  Studies have shown that it can help regulate the amount of glucose entering the bloodstream after a meal.  Its ability to do this comes from the fact that it slows the breakdown of carbohydrates in the digestive system which in turn, slows the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream.  Maybe you too have read that just a half teaspoon of cinnamon a day can reduce total cholesterol and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels.  Research also indicates that cinnamon may also raise “good” HDL cholesterol levels.  Cinnamon also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.



I hope that you can make it to as many classes as you can over these summer holidays for more bone building, strength & flexibility improvements and benefits.


Easiest and best way that you can pay for classes:

  • With cash ie £6 per class (always best and I have change)
  • Directly into my bank account (if you don’t have my details, email me and I can give you my sort code & business account number).
  • Alternatively, using my SumUp card machine (although sometimes, it seems to ‘play up’!!)


Remember to let me know if you have any comments, news and keep me updated with anything that’s happening with you ie health-related stuff, goals, achievements etc.


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