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Salus Driving Change at Camelot’s National Conference, 27th March 2018 Warwick

Salus Fatigue Foundation was honoured to be asked to give a presentation at Camelot. The event featuring an Informal interview and Q&A for Camelot’s 300 National Sales Force employees, was an opportunity to share the work the foundation does and to demonstrate to Camelot the impact of their role and how it feeds through to organisations and impacts on thousands of people’s lives.

Salus Fatigue Foundation’s CEO Linda Jones gave a talk on her personal story from the first onset of chronic fatigue to her recovery and about the work the organisation she founded does to help others to avoid suffering in the same way.

‘I was delighted to be asked to share what we do at Salus at Camelot’s National Conference’ Linda Jones stated. ‘We drive change and we change lives. We have a passionate team who provide support through various different activities to help people. Our work has had a significant and positive impact on local communities and we are very grateful for all the support and funding we receive from Camelot and the Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust’.

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Salus Fatigue Foundation Health – JLR Health & Wellbeing Day

Following the hugely successful Just Bee Day, Salus Fatigue Foundation took part in Jaguar Land Rover’s Health and Wellbeing Day. The event, held in partnership with Sport Birmingham, the Gym, Diabetes UK and 24/7 Fitness, a Health and Wellbeing Day for staff at Jaguar Land Rover took place on Thursday 29th March was enthusiastically attended by 250 of the company’s employees.

Salus Fatigue Foundation recognises the impact and pressures that modern life has, both inside and outside work, and the importance of wellbeing in the workplace in the prevention of long-term mental health or fatigue related conditions.

We know that creating a positive healthy environment in which to work is key to productivity as well employee retention and happiness.

Salus CEO Linda Jones and Health Practitioner Kate Johnson and the new model Salus company car (we wish!).

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Relaxation and Meditation – Thursday 26th April

Anxiety, stress and tension from the pressures of everyday life can all combine to make us ill. Making time for relaxation and meditation can lower your heart rate, blood pressure, reduce stress symptoms, fatigue, muscle tension and chronic pain whilst improving sleep quality, digestion, concentration and mood.

Join Health Practitioner Bridget Slattery Thursday 26th April 11am – 1pm at The Salus Sanctuary to learn simple and effective relaxation strategies and meditation techniques.

To book, please email: info@salus.org.uk or leave a message on 07809 246 674

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Staffordshire Support Group: Stress Busting – Wednesday 25th April

Fight or flight? The body reacts to stress, fear or anxiety by preparing the body for action – accelerated heartbeat, tense muscles, quicker breathing, increased perspiration. But it also causes anxiety and can make people feel low, worried and unable to cope. If prolonged, this can weaken your immune system.

At April’s Staffordshire Support Group on Wednesday 25th April 11am – 12pm at Mansell House we examine techniques on how to identify the symptoms of stress, understand what is causing it and find ways to understand, manage or overcome it to achieve overall wellbeing.

Our Support Groups are for people living with chronic fatigue and their friends, families and carers. No need to book – just turn up.

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Salus Sleep Workshop Video

 

Sleep. Everyone does it, but many of us don’t do it very well. Sleep is essential to our health and quality of life. It plays a significant role in weight control, hormone balance, mental state and enables the body and mind to heal and repair – all of which can be disrupted by poor quality or insufficient quantity of sleep.

Check out our video on Salus’s YouTube channel featuring Kate Johnson and Sophia Griffin of the Salus team in discussion at an online Sleep workshop with tips and advice on better sleep practice.

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Sunday Mirror article on Salus’s CEO Linda Jones

Salus Fatigue Foundation has received both nationwide and international coverage through a recently published article in The Sunday Mirror on the story of the Foundation’s CEO Linda Jones and her struggle to regain health. The article, which has prompted many people from around the country and across the world to get in touch with Salus, can be found online here.

 

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Solihull Support Group: Stress Busting – Wednesday 18th April

Faced by a threatening situation or difficult task, the body enters into fight or flight mode – a state of stress causing physical changes designed to help you cope. These include accelerated heartbeat, tense muscles, quicker breathing, increased perspiration. It also causes anxiety and can make people feel low, worried and unable to cope. If prolonged, this can weaken your immune system.

 

At April’s Solihull Support Group on Wednesday 18th April 11am – 12.30pm at Solihull Methodist Church we look at strategies on how to identify the symptoms of stress, understand what is causing it and find ways to understand, manage or overcome it to achieve overall wellbeing.

 

Our Support Groups are for people living with chronic fatigue and their friends, families and carers. No need to book – just turn up.

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Harmony, Life, Balance: What’s in your Moment? – Wednesday 18th April

Health practitioner Michelle Townsend’s Harmony, Life, Balance course on Mindfulness continues on Wednesday 18th April 11am – 1pm at the Salus Sanctuary with What’s in your Moment?’.

This course looks at how to communicate with the sub-conscious mind to help alter the way we think and bring about positive change.

To book, please email: info@salus.org.uk or leave a message on 07809 246 674

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Relaxation and Meditation – Thursday 29th March

The benefits of using a relaxation technique are overwhelming. Regular practice can help relieve muscle tension, lower blood pressure, improve digestion, reduce anxiety and boost your overall wellbeing. To learn relaxation strategies and meditation techniques join Health Practitioner Bridget Slattery at this month’s session of Relaxation and Meditation at the Salus Sanctuary on Thursday 29th March 11am – 1pm.

To book, please email: info@salus.org.uk or leave a message on 07809 246 674

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