Herald - Issue 449

Page 42 • The HERALD • 16th November 2023 v KEEP ACTIVE, KEEP HEALTHY v Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Professional, safe ear wax removal service delivered in the comfort of your own home. We use microsuction, water irrigation and manual ear wax removal to suit the different needs of our clients. To book your appointment please call Gosia on 07591 036071 or email: info@watersideearcare.com Kit Davison FHP MCFHP MAFHP Qualified Foot Health Practitioner • Corns, Calluses, ingrown toenails, • Athlete’s Foot and thickened toenails. • Toenail and fingernail cutting. Flexible appointments and home visits available. 07752 674591 kdavison@kdfootcare.co.uk http://kdfootcare.co.uk The next Herald is out on 7th December Bodyfit Circuits in Dibden Purlieu by Danielle Pain My name is Danielle Pain and I grew up here in the New Forest. I moved to Oxford in 2006 to attend university to become an osteopath and ran a successful clinic in Oxfordshire o ering pain and injury rehab, as well as sport-speci c functional strength training. at is until having my daughter 9 months ago and I then decided that I wanted to be back home in the New Forest to raise our growing family. Upon moving home I looked for a circuits strength class to attend, which I had enjoyed when I was in my 20s, but discovered that this class no longer existed. I felt that there was a gap in the market and that I had a lot to o er my hometown, and so I decided to start a circuits exercise class at Noadswood School, where I once attended as a student and my father, Brian Pain, was once the Deputy Head. I have a decade of experience working with an extensive patient list consisting of GB and Olympic athletes, TV and Film stars, sports teams and the general public. My husband, Conor, has two degrees in injury rehabilitation and exercise physiology. Together, we o er a fun, e ective and varied exercise class, which aims to educate and challenge people of all levels of tness and all ages (over 18). My father, who is 73, attends and he participates in all the same activities as the very t men and women in their 20s who also attend. We love that we can deliver an inclusive class, which is adaptable for everyone. We can adjust movements to accommodate existing injuries, and even help to rehabilitate them in some cases. Classes are £8.50 and are held in Noadswood School Sports Hall, Wednesdays at 6.10pm. Places are booked online at: bodyfitcircuits.simplybook.it/ v2/ and you can read more about the classes there. Danielle Pain The Kettle is Always On Testwood Baptist Church’s monthly Bereavement Café is held in the lounge at M Johnson Family Funeral Directors, 26-28 Commercial Road, Totton. e Café is run on a ‘drop-in’ basis between 1pm and 2.30pm on the second Monday of each month and is not designed to be a counselling session. Visitors to the Café will receive a warm welcome and a supportive environment for re ection and conversation; a place to nd mutual support and encouragement. e kettle is always on with tea, co ee and a variety of cakes (including a gluten-free option) served by a friendly team of volunteers. The next Café session will be on Monday 11th December. Testwood Baptist Church, in Salisbury Road, Totton will also be hosting ‘In Loving Memory at Christmas time’ on Sunday 10th December from 3pm to 4pm. is will be a special time of quiet re ection and prayer for anyone who has lost someone they loved. The gentle, informal 30-minute service will be followed by light refreshments and all are welcome to attend. For more information, please contact the Church on: 023 8086 0320 or visit: www.testwoodbaptist.org Hythe Sight Loss Free Information Drop in Hub is held every second Wednesday of the month from 10am to 12noon at Hythe Libray, 38 Pylewell Road, Hythe SO45 6AQ. No appointment necessary, just pop in. Go and chat with their Sight Loss Advisor who can o er information and guidance on all matters related to sight loss. Demonstration of Low Vision Aids and Equipment as well as personalised Low Vision Aid Assessments. ey are also able to signpost you to other support and services including their home visits, family services, Bene ts Advice and much more. To nd out more, please contact Open Sight Hampshire: 023 8064 1244 or email: info@ opensight.org.uk eir Sight Loss Information Drop in Hubs across Hampshire are sponsored by e National Lottery Community. Sight Loss Drop in Hub Everyone is very welcome to go along and join in any of their walks. Thursday 16th November, 2pm, Blackwell Common for a 2.1-mile walk; Monday 20th November, 10am, Roundhills Campsite for a 2.1-mile walk; Saturday 25th November, 10.30am, Old Mill Holbury for a 5.7-mile walk; Thursday 30th November, 2pm, Brock Hill for a 2.2-mile walk; Monday 4th December, 10am, Deerleap1 for a 2.2-mile walk and Saturday 9th December, 10.30am, Ashlett Creek for a 6-mile walk. Contact Mike Roberts on 023 8084 7461 or 07811 361319 for more information about the Waterside Health Walks group. Waterside Health Walks