Know someone who would love to live on the Yorkshire coast in these beautiful pantile-roof cottages? Love this shot from Staithes, nestled on the Yorkshire coast by @duffers102 from the top of the Cleveland Way. Be great to live here, especially as you'll have access to fresh English fish and chips from a proper chippy right on your doorstep.
Hidden away between two cliffs, Cowbar nab and Penny nab on the North Yorkshire coast lying within the North Yorkshire national park. Staithes is steeped in history going back to the time of the Vikings and beyond. Its name stems from the Viking word meaning "landing place". In fact, the fishing used to be undertaken using the locally-built boats called 'cobles' that originated from Viking Long Boats. Once a busy fishing community, Staithes is a jumble of whitewashed, picture book cottages clinging to the hillside, threaded through with narrow ginnels leading to the pretty harbour and beach. And being Yorkshire, you'll never get a finer cup of tea anywhere else in Britain.
Friday is here...any amazing weekend plans? Lovely shot by @duffers102 🇬🇧 Hey! Don't forget to enter the competition on our website, Blimey.com or click the link in our profile. To be featured - follow and tag us in your shots. 'Ta! 🇬🇧
Me and my little twin in Whitby posing next to a big boat!! He was stealing all the limelight in that cute little hat on Sunday and had everyone cooing over him.. I’ve got soo much love for this little man and I’m here forever! #LoveYouToby#MyTwin#Whitby#Nephew#Posing
Happy Wednesday everyone! Don’t forget our Europe travel event with the Globus Family of Brands is happening tonight from 6:30-8 PM in our Oshawa office. There will be door prizes, booking specials, refreshments and more! Trust us when we say it will be worth while!
Pieces for the show, starting to be pulled out of the kiln 😀 @picksandgiggles is only one and a half weeks away 😃 head to their page to buy tickets in advance to get into the market faster 😊 pieces are first come, first serve, I will not be able to set any pieces aside #purchasewithpurpose#picksandgiggles#whitby
The response we have had to our 2018 coat drive has been simply awesome and we can’t thank everyone enough. 👏
All the coats we have collected are currently being professionally cleaned @carriagetradecleaners and will be delivered to Durham’s Children Aid Society this Friday. 🎁
We are still collecting so you can call Michael on 905 242 0419 if you would like to give a coat to someone who would appreciate it for the winter.
Thanks again guys ❤️
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Getting ready to shoot a new video in the new "filming room" 📽🎬... loving the new C21 backdrop! Looking forward to seeing our agents come up with some great video content in here! 🏘📸 #ichoosec21#ichoosec21fulton#c21fulton
Cupping therapy☕ is an old therapy that has been around for ages and has received more attention recently. Cupping creates a vacuum effect between the cup and the skin, lifting the skin up. This vacuum promotes an increase in circulation to the affected area which promotes healing - this is why you sometimes see circular bruises like in the picture of Michael Phelps🏊♀️. The bruising only occurs if you leave the cup in one spot for a prolonged period of time. The bruising isn’t mandatory, to prevent bruising the cup is moved around as seen in the video.
There isn’t much research on cupping therapy but it has been shown to decrease pain in individuals with neck and low back pain. Most patients report improvement with shoulder issues also.
Want to try cupping? Give me a shout🗣️ [reference: Kim, J. I., Lee, M. S., Lee, D. H., Boddy, K., & Ernst, E. (2011). Cupping for treating pain: a systematic review. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM, 2011, 467014.]