buy dapoxetine in pakistan Dr. Clare Barton qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2001 and has worked as a General Practitioner in the UK since 2007. As a GP she developed an interest in mental health and holistic medicine, incorporating acupuncture into her medical practice for the last 15 years.
She has a lifelong passion for health and fitness and has been a practicing martial artist for over 20 years. This began whilst at medical school with Shotokan karate, and she achieved her first degree black belt in 2004. In January 2015 she began training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and now trains regularly with her husband and three children.
click Mie Green loves cooking and eating tasty, healthy food. A few years ago she discovered Koji, which is at the heart of Japanese cooking, has amazing health benefits and umami taste. Since then she has been passionately producing Koji products in Thames Ditton in Surrey under her UmaMia brand. You can find out more about her here: www.umamia.co.uk
Mark “Warrior Dad” is first and foremost a Dad to three beautiful girls that light up his world and keep him inspired to be a better Dad and person.
He is also a personal trainer who advocates a healthy lifestyle through exercise and balanced eating habits. Being a personal trainer and fitness professional has given him some great insights into the challenges that we may encounter when it comes to trying to lead a healthier and better balanced lifestyle; he believes we are all capable of being a fitter, stronger and healthier but ultimately it comes down to our choices and good habits.
He is also an activist against gender based violence which allows him to teach Personal Defence workshops in the UK and abroad (particularly in India & South Africa).
Marvin Reid is a Senior Occupational Therapist with a specialist interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and moving and handling. Marvin works as a locum and in consultancy roles for local authorities in London and NHS trusts, teaching people with long term and chronic conditions ways to move more effectively and safely.
He is also the founder of Chill Winston Yoga. Marvin’s intention with creating Chill Winston is to promote and encourage yoga as an accessible practice to all, regardless of one’s current physical, psychological and emotional state.
Marvin teaches yoga in a functional way, with a focus on honouring tradition but dropping unsafe elements, and replacing these with therapeutic, health-restoring tools, influenced by modern day physiotherapy, osteopathy and occupational therapy theory.