Month: September 2015

Unassisted

Ive found over the past few weeks that if I don’t post a regular update on Cheryl I get an insane amount of emails asking me how she’s getting on, I am honoured that so many people are following our journey together, it really does mean a lot. Read more

Bed Bound to boxing

Cheryl has has a rough patchthis week with her body getting used to being more mobile, And a mix up on the doctors part leaving her without some vital Medication has only amplified things, but none the less she has done it again and has took another massive step forward. Read more

Upcoming Fibromyalgia DVD

Hey guys,

Those of you who know me are aware that I have been in talks with FMAUK for a while about getting my unique rehabilitation programme onto DVD format to help people worldwide. There’s a Board Meeting tomorrow (11th September) so fingers crossed the contract will be fully agreed, signed off, and we can get a start date for filming! This is a very exciting time for myself as well as the chronic pain community as this has potential to help so many people. This two disc DVD will feature a one of a kind documentary following my own and sufferers journeys with fibromyalgia and chronic pain; thus raising more awareness and helping to bring these conditions into the light. My hopes is that this increased awareness will support charities, groups and individuals more with their individual lives and ensure better support in the future.

The documentary will also be following Cheryl’s story as we move out of the house and into the hydrotherapy pool, the charity night has been set and all acts have confirmed so I am extremely happy that I will be able to get this on the DVD, Alongside the documentary, the second disc will feature my programme so you can follow it at home and build your own, individual rehabilitation routine.

Off the back of this, I am looking for people who would be willing to share their own stories of chronic pain via Skype for the DVD and their issues, obstacles, support and positives they’ve had. Ideally I’d like to hear from people in Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and within Europe as all of my Skype clients are from the USA. I feel like the more coverage and input we can get worldwide, the better the awareness levels and the more likely it is that people will listen more.

 

        I’ve had a lot of emails lately asking if there will be any more road shows this year. …

The “New” guide to hypermobility – Part 3 – Stretching the truth

If you want a subject that will make your head spin, then welcome to Part 3- Stretching the truth.  Why can some people …

♪Go Jonny Go♪

Working with me is hard. Super hard. There’s a long line of people who will tell you the same. Despite the hard journey …