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ON COPING WITH STRESS

Many of us have stress in our lives whether it is with relationships, difficult work experiences or just the  pace of life in general using London as a example. We are so used to trying to juggle work, relationships, children etc etc and be fit and healthy as well. Read more here...

  Featured in Essentials magazine
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  Featured in Soul & Spirit magazine
Relax body and mind

Reconnect to your needs and ignite your passions on a short break in Surrey, designed to nurture and strengthen your body and mind.The new Women’s Wellness weekends,designed by pilates teacher Rosa Whitehead and human potential coach Dr. Deborah Kerslake, for busy, working women, will help you find clarity, purpose and motivation, and improve your physical wellbeing through a mixture of group coaching, vision boards,power pilates, mindfulness meditation,numerology, fitness sessions and more. Taking place from November 24th at The Manor House, Godalming, the first of these all-inclusive weekends will cost £395.

Visit thekerslakecompany.com to find out more. read more here...

  Featured in Soul & Spirit magazine
Relax body and mind

 

 

 

  How to get a bikini-ready bum

There’s no denying it, bikini season is fast approaching and it’s time to take action. Rosa Whitehead demonstrates three simple pilates exercises you can do anywhere to help whip your bottom and legs into shape. read more here...

     

Sarah Heaney: I'm dieting and exercising so I can fit into a Playboy bunny outfit for my 40th birthday

Mar 3 2010 By Laura Coventry


SCOTS telly beauty Sarah Heaney is battling to lose her baby weight in time for her 40th birthday in May.

She is planning to host a Hugh Hefner-style party and has vowed to dress up as a Playboy bunny.

But the former STV newsreader has found it tough to return her figure to its pre-baby shape after the birth of her second son in 2008 and decided she needed a little help to look her best in the saucy costume.

The mum-of-two found London-based personal trainer Rosa Whitehead, who uses pilates to help new mums get rid of their sagging tums and restore their pre-birth body shape.

It's now six months into her fitness and wellbeing programme and Sarah said she was already feeling the benefits of her twice-weekly pilates sessions.

The 39-year-old, who also runs four times a week, is praying all her hard work will pay off so she will feel "fab at 40" and confident enough to don the figure-hugging outfit for her glitzy 40th birthday bash on May 22.

She said: "I am not getting in a bunny outfit until I am fit.

"My core muscles went when I had kids. I have gone to the gym on and off for a few years and do a lot of running but I am fast approaching 40 and I definitely wanted to do something about my middle bit.

"That's my problem area where I put on weight.

"Since meeting Rosa, my stomach has changed shape and is starting to rein itself back in. I am holding myself better now and I am losing inches. It's great when people say to you, 'Gosh, you've lost weight'. I feel a lot stronger than I have ever felt."

Click here to read the full article on DailyRecord.co.uk

 

The Vitality Show: Pilates Classes,

Click here to go to The Vitality Show Website and read more about Rosa and other experst and celebrities that were at the Vitality Show in London

Rosa is currently writing articles for:
Spirit and Destiny Magazine, Easy Living,
Good Housekeeping, and Spa Secrets


Rosa has featured in Zest in a article on Body Confidence. (article to be uploaded shortly)

 
Rosa frequently takes part runs for charity and was involved in the British Military Fitness calendar for 2010 to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity.

All proceeds from the sales of the calendar will be donated to Help for Heroes. All the production costs for the calendars have been covered by donations.


Click here to go to the BMF website
   




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