The new proactive health and wellness book, One Body One Life: Don’t Screw It Up!, by Reading Chiropractor, Andrew Green, was successfuly launched at a book launch party. The engaging health and wellness book was officially launched last week with an event at The Griffin Pub in Caversham, Reading. It has been a very busy first week for the book that has seen it become available on Amazon, major book stores and of course at Reflex Spinal Health.
Once the majority of attendees arrived the books publisher, Mindy Gibbins-Klein of Panoma Press, introduced the book to the audience and gave an outline of why books, especially on health and wellbeing topics, were still so important and relevant in 2018. Following on from this Reflex Spinal Health’s clinic director, chiropractor, and author of One Body One Life, Andy Green, took to the stage to talk about his new book.
As such One Body One Life: Don’t Screw it Up! is about educating about the ‘why’ and then putting in place easily sustainable and achievable goals to improve your health. It is not about becoming a ‘chiselled athlete’, but much more about ensuring that the ‘balance scales of health’ are tipped in your favour.
Reading Chiropractor Andy Green appeared this week as a guest on BBC Radio Berkshire on Sunday 17th June. He was a guest of Sue Kinnear (standing in for Bill Buckley) and has been invited to become a member of the stations Wellbeing panel. Reflex Spinal Health have a team of chiropractors, osteopaths and massage therapists. The clinic has been in Caversham, Reading for nearly 13 years and has grown to become one of the busiest health centres in the region.
Andy Green said, “It has been a busy and exciting few weeks for Reflex! One Body One Life has taken about 18 months to complete writing so to have it in the hands of people reading it feels amazing. I sincerely hope that it will transform lives. I know that it will transform lives of those who read it.”
On top off the book launch the Reflex Team also found out that they had been shortlisted for the finals of the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards in the Health and Wellness Category.
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