Tag Archives: Wellness

Guest blog: Niamh & Sarah ask Josephs Court clients what matters

In this guest blog, Niamh and Sarah talk about what they are doing at Josephs Court, our wellness centre based in Essex… Hi we are Niamh and Sarah, we are undertaking a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy (OT) at the … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Dealing with the Downtimes

In her new guest blog Chloe Metson talks of dealing with depression… People often ask how I cope with having MS, and truth be told, it’s rarely the MS that is the problem. Of course, living with relapsing remitting MS … Continue reading

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Exercising with foot drop

Meet the expert Alan Pearson is a Wellness Coach for MS-UK’s wellness centre, Josephs Court. Having spent over 15 years in the health and fitness industry, he has spent the last five years coaching, educating and helping people affected by … Continue reading

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The transformative power of dance

Hello, Back in 2016, I attended a really interesting event hosted by Andrew Greenwood at Sadler’s Wells. For those of you who know me, I am by no means a ballet dancer, but I was really pleased to be invited … Continue reading

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Meet Miranda

Miranda Olding, MS nurse, has joined the New Pathways columnist corner, so in this blog we find out all about our new writer… Name: Miranda Olding Eye colour: Greeny brown Occupation: MS Specialist nurse Why I agreed to write a … Continue reading

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Meet our editor…

Hi I’m Sarah-Jane and I’m the new editor of MS-UK’s New Pathways magazine. I’ve been here a month now and already I’m getting to know the readers of New Pathways rather well, it’s great to see just how much you … Continue reading

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Take off your specialist hat and put on your dancing shoes…

Hi everyone, You may remember the article MS-UK did about the European Dance & Creative Wellness Foundation in New Pathways magazine back in the Summer. Well, the Netherlands success story is now coming to the UK! ‘Take off your specialist hat … Continue reading

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