I believe that a worthwhile clinic must have a purpose to compliment its existence; not only the everyday purpose it was designed for, but beyond that, a practice must improve the quality of the field it belongs to and the athletic community it works for.
A little while back, Sam showed me a video on BBC sport with runner Simon Lamb about how running has helped him manage his mental health problems. He then showed me Simon’s blog, Six Seconds High. Though I’m not a runner (and unfortunately probably never will be due to knee stuff), I really liked reading his thoughts about running, sport, mental health and how he runs his sport therapy clinic.
Makes about 2 cups of relish, enough for at least 8 people
- Grated zest and juice of 2 oranges
- 350g dried cranberries
- 100mL water
- 1 very tart apple, peeled and cut in to chunks
- Sugar (to taste)
Twenty-eight inch tall beechwood stool w/ spalted seat in the workshop, January 2010. Not the best photo unfortunately.
My goodness me, homemade Victorias from Grandma and Grandpa Piper. They look pretty good considering they’ve travelled over 5,000 miles!
Before & After is an ongoing series of paired, altered photographs. The photo above shows is six iterations from this series that were included at the “Cross Over” exhibition at the Lethaby Gallery (Central Saint Martins, London). This work was shortlisted for the 2011 Nova Awards.
A quick-ish disguise for a 5p/dime-sized permanent pen stain on my shirt. Blends in a little bit more than before.