With the Christmas and New Year celebrations over, friends and family returning back to their daily lives and all the decorations gone, January can often be perceived as being a miserable month, with 6th January being feted as the most depressing day of the year.
At Ragdale Hall we believe that a new year means a new start and the chance to make some positive changes, therefore our advice would be to stop moping around and embrace 2014 and all it has to offer you.
There are many ways you can do this, however resolutions are not always a good idea, as they may have the opposite effect should you fall off the wagon, eat something naughty or hit the snooze button too often and forget to go to your early morning gym session.
If you decide your positive change should be to lose weight and be more healthy then our Weight Loss Kickstart Break is the ultimate ‘New Year, New You’ package. This ground-breaking event, led by Ragdale’s own award winning fitness expert and author, Dean Hodgkin, has been created especially for those of you who seriously want to win at losing.
Group exercise sessions, including ME Time, Cellulite Circuit, WOW and Fat Fighter, plus seminars such as Slim Hopes & Fat Chances and Why Weight will equip you with the knowledge and first-hand experience to enable you to sort the fact from fiction ensuring that every workout and every meal moves you closer to your goals.
If you’ve promised to spend more time together this year – why not book on our Romantic Getaway or Cupid’s Couples Day. Giving yourself something to look forward to is a great motivator and you can even start planning your itinerary now – a soak in the Outdoor Waterfall Pool at night time, followed by a candlelit dinner for two – just talking about it will lighten your mood.
Those people who have a hobby that they are passionate about often feel much more satisfied with life than those who don’t. If you’re in need of a little more contentment in 2014, why not try one of our specialist breaks which include Pilates Retreats, a walking break and two running breaks.
It may be the start of something special!