In this month’s Therapist Spotlight, Soft Tissues Therapist James Hurst shares his fascination with how the body works, his passion for helping people make a change and his desire to never leave London, ever.
In this article, TenYoga teacher Gandha Savio takes a look at potential causes of wrist pain and ways to prevent it, along with some simple exercises to strengthen and stretch your wrists.
London-based boutique fitness operator Ten Health & Fitness has launched a new programme aimed at bridging the gap between the fitness sector and the medical community. (Originally featured on WELLTODO.)
As part of Mental Health Awareness week, Massage Therapist Ruth McKinnon reviews the science behind how massage therapy improves our mood.
At Ten, we’re lucky to have so many wonderful, interesting and often long-standing clients. In this months’ client spotlight, we focus on Scott Robinson, layer, banker, yoga instructor, wellness visionary and longstanding Dynamic Pilates devotee.
“I wasn’t sure what to expect. I thought it would be easy for a programme like this to be largely lip service. But from my first assessment, it was excellent. I just wish I’d had this kind of attention ten years ago! A very heartfelt thank you.”
“I cannot begin to say just how much the programme improved my life. The team are knowledgeable and incredibly supportive. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Ten and I plan to continue using them for my ongoing recovery and fitness building”
“The help and support I have had from all the team at Ten has been fantastic. It’s had a real positive impact on my life, I no longer have to consider the limitations of my leg and being back playing sport has really helped my wellbeing both physically and mentally.”
At all levels of sport, you have the need for speed. You want to be quicker, more agile. You want to get the drop on your opponents, either by getting to the ball first or by delivering a shimmy so mind bending that you leave...
Founded in 2007 by Joanne Mathews, Ten has had gender parity since day one – so getting involved in this campaign is a no-brainer for us.
By taking a few minutes each day to work on spinal mobility, we can start to create a little more balance, efficient movement and ultimately less back pain
Aiming to change the outlook of the fitness industry by encouraging market leaders to focus on the quality of movement over the intensity of workouts. (Originally featured on WELLTODO.)