Finding a happy, healthy you

Do you want to feel happier? Perhaps you want to be healthier? Or maybe you want to feel happier and be healthier but you’re not sure where to start?

The answer’s simple – join the Girls Around Town this weekend to hear what guest Amanda Whitehead has to say…

She’ll be talking to June and Rosalyn about her own struggles with IBS and an under-active thyroid. And how she’s now using the lessons she learned on her journey to better health to help others overcome their own problems.

Through her Lincoln-based business Calm Holistic – soon to be renamed Healthy Happy You – Amanda shows clients how making the right decisions about what they  choose to eat and drink, how they breathe, sleep and move can help create balance in all areas of their lives.

From the importance of nutrition to whether ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to the right amount of exercise to be doing, she’ll be sharing her top tips for becoming that happy, healthy you…

Make sure you tune to 107.8FM or listen online from 10am to 12 noon on Sunday to hear how making a start is as easy as one-two-three!

Taking your body and mind from tired to inspired

Blues and loos

No guests on the show next weekend – more by accident than design – but that just means June and Rosalyn will have plenty of time to catch up and explore a few interesting topics.

For example, did you know that according to an on-going global survey over 200,000 people have voted for blue as their favourite colour?

That until the middle of the 19th century, almost all public loos were designed for men?

Or that research has recently shown the 1880s to be the happiest time by far in British history? Mind you, it’s not quite clear whether the introduction of the first public loos for ladies played any part in that surge in happiness…

Tune in to 107.8FM or listen online between 10am and 12 noon next Sunday to find out more about these quirky facts from the Girls Around Town.

And don’t forget, you can always have your say on any of them on their Facebook page, Twitter feed or on Instagram.

What’s in The Laughter Locker?

Google ‘different kinds of yoga‘ as June did a couple of days ago and, depending on which link you follow, you’ll find descriptions of at least 14 styles.

Not quite an A to Z, more of an A (Ananda) to Y (Yin), but a comprehensive choice nevertheless, with some of the names – Bikram, Hatha and Hot for example – more recognisable than others.

Some of them you’ll know about and maybe even practise yourself but have you heard of – or even tried – Laughter Yoga?

Step forward Teresa Sanderson of The Laughter Locker, one of the guests on Girls Around Town this weekend, who’ll be explaining how the classes she runs combine laughter yoga, breathing, mindfulness and meditation to change mindsets for a healthier, happier you…

She’ll be talking too about lipoedema, a rare fat disease she suffers from herself that was very much a part of the reason she became a Laughter Yoga therapist.

Tune in or listen online from 10am to 12 noon on Sunday morning to find out more about Tess’s work for the charity Lipoedema UK, which appropriately enough launches its 2019 Awareness Month on Sunday too.

She’ll be joining June and Rachel in the studio for the second hour of the show – but make sure you’re listening to the first hour too, when Janice Holmes pops in to share some exciting news.

If you’re expecting any hints here, you’ll be disappointed but all will be revealed shortly after 10am on Sunday!!