The original Who Cares Wins team of presenters were back in action today as Sue Parker joined us in the studio. We also had a phonecall from a great guy listening into our show from New York, USA plus more tweets and mentions. Thanks everyone for listening, tweeting, liking and interacting with our show. Sue Parker updated us on what she’s been working on plus she was modelling her Lion design T-Shirt for the Global White Lion Trust (which you can buy from their website shop).
Today’s show we focussed on our foundations – our feet! As well as it being Sir Edmund Hillary’s birthday and the day “we” landed on the Moon, we were able to chat with Jay Lall of The Kent Foot and Ankle Clinic about why she chose a career with feet. We quizzed her on the difference between a Chiropodist and a Podiatrist and she shared some great tips for looking after our feet during the summer and in general. We also explored the benefits/pitfalls of certain summer footwear (male and female) and when best to wear what. Finally we had some tips on exercising for our feet. As she says, our feet take us everywhere so we need to look after them just like we do our teeth and eyes.
Barbara Seal who runs both The Wealden Hypnotherapy Practice and Hypnobambinos with her daughter Danielle, explained to us what Hypnobirthing is, how it can help make a real difference to labour and birth. She also highlighted how she integrates her Clinical Hypnotherapy toolkit across both her businesses. Barbara and Danielle run a variety of FREE 1 hour taster sessions in Kingshill, Kent which gives you the opportunity to explore what is involved in the 12 hour Hypnobirthing courses that they run in Staplehurst, Kent. If you wish to find out more, all the details can be found on their website. If you are pregnant, Congratulations and maybe consider talking to how Barbara and Danielle can help you enjoy the process of labour and bringing another life into this world. If you are further afield than Kent, Barbara can also help via Skype, alternatively you may wish to look for a local practitioner via the Hypnobirthing Association website, setup by Katharine Graves.