Want a Flatter Belly? Read On!

When we enter the month of March, I remember the Carry On movie ‘Carry on Cleo’ with Charles Hawtrey saying “beware the ides of March!” – well I’ve just looked that up and ‘Ides’ means 15th of the month…well this month it’s a Sunday so if you are superstitious, stay in bed! Actually, there is…

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March 2, 2015

It’s the last week of February – can you believe it?

2015 is only 7 weeks old and, for me, it’s been jam-packed with excitement and fabulousness. I’m loving the new classes (and your feedback tells me that you are too, yay!) The Academy is growing and the feedback I have received from course attendees and Academy members has been wonderful. Karen and I were recording…

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February 23, 2015

Half Term But Full Measures!

For many of us, half term is something that other people do – a sort of unofficial break in the routine and an opportunity to take your foot of the gas and switch to cruise control. I have noticed over the years that when people take this attitude to their diet and exercise regime that…

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February 16, 2015


Good morning, do you have a case of ‘Februaryitis’ ? I seem to be surrounded by it! It’s a simple condition to catch – contributing factors are… *Lack of Vitamin D due to shorter daylight hours for a few months and lack of fresh air and outside time (due to staying indoors) *Fed up having…

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February 9, 2015

Broadway to Hollywood!

Did you miss our little catch up yesterday? Was there something missing as you drank your ‘tea break’ beverage? Well here it is – a day later than usual and here’s why… You might have known that Karen (Smith) and I travelled north of the border on Saturday morning to take the DYBO message to…

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February 3, 2015

Another Busy Weekend…!

Another busy weekend here at DYBO HQ – Steve headed off to Majorca for the first training camp he is leading with his new Pro Cycle team, ‘ONE Pro Cycling’, we were putting the final touches to my Masterclass, “Broadway to Hollywood” and my Training Day, ‘The Choreography Equation“ which Karen and I take up…

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January 26, 2015

Funny how our kids/dogs/cats can teach us things isn’t it ?

I adore my Sunday Morning walks/runs with the dogs. Yes I love the exercise, the fresh air, being out in nature, laughing at the funny things that my dogs do and watching them simply be dogs and have fun. One of the biggest gifts I enjoy is the stimulation I experience for creative thinking. My…

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January 19, 2015

Wooo Hooo – What A Week!

It’s so good to be back to class and the energy, effort and enthusiasm was fantastic in all the classes as well as with our one to one work too. The sense of fresh starts, rejuvenation and renewed focus is palpable! How did you get on with last week’s Coffee Break Catch Up challenge, which…

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January 12, 2015

Getting balance back into our lives…

Hey look at the date – it’s all 1’s and 5’s, I like the balance of it. Maybe it’s a good luck sign for getting balance back into our lives after the excesses of the festive season. Now don’t misunderstand me, I love the tasty food, drink and lots of Christmas telly; it helps re-dress…

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January 5, 2015

Keeping It Brief…!

Good Morning! So it’s that weird time between Christmas and the New Year – some of us are back to work and others are enjoying the extended break. Here at HQ, I’ve enjoyed a couple of days off with good food, company and chillaxing. Enough of that thanks – I’m now beavering away on next…

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December 29, 2014
I have been training with Helen, twice a week, for 9 years, which I think tells you all you need to know. In addition to personal training, I have worked through the NLP process with Helen and experienced her ability with hypnotherapy. Whatever we do, Helen is always aware of the big picture and adjusts the programme accordingly, taking a holistic view of all my needs, whether or not I am aware of them! I would unreservedly recommend Helen to anyone, regardless of age, level of fitness or experience of exercise. If life coaching or NLP are required, she is highly-qualified, supportive and encouraging, a perfect guide through what are very beneficial but not always easy processes. Helen is discreet, completely trustworthy and a consummate professional.
Sue Moore Hartley Wintney