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ESSENTIALS


BONHAMS IN JERSEY YOUR GATEWAY TO INTERNATIONAL FINE ART AND ANTIQUES


BONHAMS in Jersey is delighted to provide access to Bonhams’ fast-growing worldwide network of salerooms, including two major salerooms in London, a further five throughout the UK, five salerooms in the US, plus those in Canada, France, Monaco, Australia, Hong Kong and Dubai. With offices and representatives in 25 countries and 57 specialist areas, Bonhams will ensure that your item will be sold in the most appropriate market to maximise its value.


Bonhams in Jersey offers valuation services covering insurance, probate and family division, and holds regular valuation days by appointment. Top


specialists will give free valuations on a wide range of items without obligation, and suitable pieces will be accepted for international sale. Last year, a regional Bonhams team in the UK discovered a painting by Giuseppe Zocchi, entitled ‘View of the Tiber’ (pictured), which fetched £1,308,000 at auction.


For further details or to make an appointment, either in your office or at home, contact Angela Peel on 01534 722441, email angela.peel@bonhams.com, or write to Bonham’s Westaway Chambers, 39 Don Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4TR


REDISCOVER YOURSELF WITH A THERAPY BREAK


WHEN we find ourselves under pressure to succeed, whether it is at work or at home, there are times when we can feel overwhelmed, lost and confused.


Taking time out from our usual routine, away from the stresses and strains of our lives, can be a welcome relief. Therapy breaks, whether they are taken as a course of individual sessions or as a unique package of experiences combining psychotherapy with stimulating outdoor activities or nurturing indoor indulgences, are an excellent way to reconnect with ourselves and focus on the subjects that really matter.


Psychotherapy is a professional relationship that supports you in discovering effective ways to improve relationships, solve problems and become the person that you want to be.


Ann Marie Clarke provides a free, informal introduction to allow you to discuss how a therapy break can be tailored to meet your needs. Free parking and disabled access means that it really could not be easier.


Go on… give yourself a break: Ann Marie Clarke 07797 770059 info@therapybreaks.com www.therapybreaks.com


Psychotherapy training will begin in Jersey in January 2011


FIT AND WELL ALL YEAR ROUND REFLECT, RELAX AND REJUVENATE AT AYUSH


AT AYUSH Health Club, it’s not just about fitness, but about ‘wellness’. It’s about being healthy in body and mind, enriching and enhancing both physical and emotional wellbeing towards a healthy


lifestyle. Fitness can be more apparent during the summer however ‘wellness’ is important all year round. So now is the time to focus on your wellbeing for the winter months. Our annual membership offers you the opportunity to enhance your physical and emotional wellbeing in our stunning and luxurious 17,000 sq ft spa complex that opens out onto beautiful landscaped gardens and a sun terrace – so you can also have an opportunity to relax and recover after your workout. Facilities include an infinity pool, a massage pool, hot and cold plunge pools, sauna and gymnasium with state-of-the-art LifeFitness cardiovascular and resistance exercise equipment. Other member benefits include discounts on accommodation, restaurants, spa treatments and free parking. But most of all you will have use of the best facilities in Jersey. Visit us online or call for more information.


AYUSH HEALTH CLUB, Hotel de France, St. Saviour’s Road, St Helier


01534 614171, www.defrance.co.uk/healthclub 44 businesslife.co December 2010/January 2011


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