Whilst we’re all well aware of the aesthetic results of exercise, a number of studies have documented that subjective wellbeing, the feel-good factor, is higher in regular exercisers. In fact,
Whilst we’re all well aware of the aesthetic results of exercise, a number of studies have documented that subjective wellbeing, the feel-good factor, is higher in regular exercisers. In fact, improved mood and a sense of positive emotions are the most commonly reported effects of exercise. In addition, self-esteem, generally accepted as the most valid single indicator of mental health, is encouragingly susceptible to upward shift as a result of getting sweaty.
It’s a proven fact that exercise encourages the growth of new brain cells which has been shown to improve brain function. In fact, Van Praag, a leader in this field, suggests that exercise could be the most potent of factors in new cell generation, particularly in the area of the brain responsible for learning and memory, so we have created a pioneering event that features unique classes to help you to benefit from the latest neuroscience.
Be one of the first to experience the positive energy that flows through our BRAINFIT workout, be challenged mentally and physically in CHAOS, find true balance in BEAM, take a mindful journey in SOULSPIN and learn to escape in DESTRESS YOGA. In addition, there will be two evening talks to help you to regain control from experienced life coach, Kate McReynolds. During these sessions, Kate will challenge your assumptions and help break down barriers that may have restrained you in the past. You will also learn why it’s important to build strong loving foundations within and put these learnings into practise.
Combining these sessions with the pampering relaxation for which the Ragdale Hall brand is synonymous provides the perfect environment for change.
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june 20 (Thursday) - 22 (Saturday) GMT
Ragdale Hall Spa
Ragdale Hall Spa