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Neil Black former Performance Director of British Athletics and Patron of MSRRF.

It is with great sadness that we announce that one of our Patrons, Mr Neil Black sadly passed away in April 2020.

Neil had been a Patron with MSRRF since 2015 and after retiring last year was looking forward to being able to spend more time up North and being able to offer even more of his time and support to the very valuable work of MSRRF. He will be sadly missed.

COVID-19

Latest Service Update

Published: 24/03/2020

As of Wednesday 25th March 2020 at 17:00, MS Research and Relief Fund will be shut down due to the ongoing COVID-19 / Coronavirus outbreak. The office at Benmar House will be closed and staff will be unable to answer incoming phone calls. If you have an urgent enquiry, please email Diane, MSRRF Charity Manager on d.charlton@msrrf.org.uk.

All of MSRRF’s services, both at Benmar House and Outreach provisions, remain cancelled until further notice. Please bookmark this page to keep up to date with updates as they become available and please follow our social media accounts for the latest information, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Thank you for your understanding.

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New Yoga Class!!

Today is International Day of Yoga, so it seem appropriate to announce that MSRRF will have a new mat based Yoga class from the beginning of September!
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Meditation

What is meditation?

It is believed that meditation has been practiced for centuries in many religions and beliefs. It is a practice where a person uses techniques such as focusing the mind on a particular activity, thought or object to achieve a calm state of mental clarity.

Meditation is scientifically proven to have many health benefits. Over the last decade an increased interest in Meditation and scientific research has shown that meditation and mindfulness can help with pain, depression, anxiety, addiction, and many of today’s stresses and strains. Some describe it as rewiring the brain.

The great thing about meditation is that anyone can practice it and it is a natural and safe way to help heal yourself. Meditation is particularly beneficial to people with MS because there are clinically recognized links between stress and MS progression, both in terms of relapses and degeneration, with meditation able to help reduce stress.

There are many types of meditation, the key to success is to find the one that bests suits you.

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