Posted: 2nd September 2015 | Written by: Sonja Lockyer
Are you interested in body language? I am. I’m fascinated that body language isn’t just about the basic folding your arms when defensive or touching your hair when flirting, it’s so much more. The non-verbal communication of how you move your body can make or break your first date, a job interview and whether or not people like you. It has a massive effect on the quality of your life.
Posted: 1st September 2015 | Written by: Mark Healy
Activating the stabilisers to hold steady is just as important in modern day exercise as it is on board a yacht. A lack of stregth in the muscular sense has the same effect - unable to stay upright or maintain good posture.
Posted: 31st August 2015 | Written by: Sonja Lockyer
Aaah, the word detox...it's so up for debate. Do we even need it if we live a generally healthy life? Some say yes, some say no. What I say is that if you feel like you would like a detox, then go for it.
Posted: 1st June 2015 | Written by: Mark Healy
In this offering, we are using more accessible equipment to work your body. So, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned sailor, get ready to battle with ... The Rope!
Posted: 13th April 2015 | Written by: 'Boost Camp' in Antibes
Are you up for a Challenge? Bored with lifting weights and watching the same old music video on eternal loop? Want to get those abs beach/boat or pool ready in a team environment? Tired of changing rooms mirrors that do nothing for your confidence so you boost it with a tub of ice cream?
Posted: 7th April 2015 | Written by: Sonja Lockyer
Working in the yachting industry is heaven for the young, the fit and the adventurous. A major attraction to the industry is the places you’ll go and the fun you’ll have going there.
Posted: 6th April 2015 | Written by: Mark Healy
Since the 'Belfie' seems to be taking over social media these days, this month offers a 'butt developing' exercise in readiness for your contribution.
Posted: 3rd March 2015 | Written by: Marika Gruber
First of all, I am a woman, but I think I can say without hesitating that most men love sports, which require strength, flexibility, stability and balance - so why aren’t more men doing Pilates?
Posted: 18th February 2015 | Written by: Karen Hockney
Ella Woodward, a Londoner who was left bedbound four years ago after contracting Postural Tachycardia Syndrome - a disorder of the nervous system - cured herself through changing her diet and giving up gluten, refined sugar, meat and dairy. Having experienced the virtually overnight success of her new regime, she decided to share her story and recipes through her blog, which led to the cookbook.
Posted: 21st January 2015 | Written by: Mark Healy
Instead of bombarding you all with yet another fitness article in January, we've decided to target those of you who are still serious about their exercise and begin a month later. This month Mark Healy Dina Balint share three exercises to improve core strength.