Writer and host of The Explorers Club - a small lecture salon in St. Leonards on Sea, Sarah Janes talks about her interests in dreaming, the occult and spiritual sciences. An intelligent and humorous look at Mnemosyne - the personification of memory in Greek mythology, and her influence.
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BY DEBORAH BURNETT
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@ VOL 4
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BY KEM HINTON
@ VOL 13
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Health, Fitness, Lifestyle, Performance, Sleep
BY LANELL BECKLES
@ VOL 27
ON APR 27, 2018
Athletes get the BEST of everything in order to be the BEST they can be at competition. Those modalities and techniques that keep athletes young and healthy can also be applied to the general population. Although many people would believe they don’t have the money or the resources to achieve optimal performance, I am going to go over simple habits people can do to optimize their performance and stay young. I will be covering things like sleep, nutrition, exercise, supplementation, and also mental health.
The narrative I will be giving are accounts from my work with my mother and other clients/athletes I have worked with.