Blog

09 JanPlanning for success in 2020

When working on your intention, it really helps to have a plan. This allows you to think things through and identify what steps or help is needed to be successful. When we plan, we make our intention something more tangible and meaningful, and through this process we can turn our…

Read More

19 DecStaying Active Throughout the Silly Season

Jingle bells are ringing, and we are well and truly into the silly season. Depending on your circumstances, you might be looking forward to a well deserved break and special festivities, or even excited for this busy time of year to be over and done with. Regardless of which side…

Read More

28 NovBusting the Busy Myth

Busy is so over rated! When did all of us become so “Busy”. I am not sure if it has been a gradual creep or I woke up one day and I had a “Busy” day ahead. However this has happened, it has become the default response when we catch…

Read More

21 NovHow to pack a Healthy Lunch Box

We spend around 8 hours a day at work, and often eat more than half of our meals and snacks in the workplace. So what you eat at work can really impact your overall nutrition and health! See the tips below for navigating a healthier lunch. Vegetables 90% of Australians…

Read More

14 NovWhy you don’t have to be an ‘Exercise Person’

As an Exercise Physiology, a common phrase I often hear is “I am not a gym/exercise person. I just don’t enjoy it.” I believe this is a perfectly reasonable statement. Gym-type activities are so mainstream and prevalent in our society, and as a result we can often get caught up…

Read More

07 NovTouch – Not just a Sentimental Human Indulgence

Once a week I visit a local retirement village where the average age is 68 years young. My day begins treating stress, headaches and migraine, back pains, leg aches and the moans and groans of hips that don’t quite move like they used to. It ends with a spring in…

Read More

30 OctAre You Hydrated?

As it starts to heat up in Brisbane, are you getting enough fluid? Optimal hydration is a cornerstone of good health. We need good hydration helps to flush the kidneys, remove the body’s waste products, prevent water retention, and plays a role in heat regulation. Another excellent reason to be…

Read More

24 OctGreen Exercise

When I am talking to people about increasing their activity and exercise levels, I encourage them to include some green exercise into their weekly routine. There are so many benefits to regular exercise both physical and mental. But in our world that is full of technology and constant stimulation, incorporating…

Read More

17 OctThe Benefits of Social Exercise

The benefits of exercising with others bring an element of mental and social engagement to our activity. Exercise is not meant to be something we dread! It can be enjoyable, and is meant to make us feel great! It is important to recognise that exercise is not only beneficial for…

Read More

28 AugHow can I reduce my risk of developing Cancer?

There are a number of risk factors that elevate the likelihood of developing any type of cancer. Some of these we are not able to influence (meaning they are non-modifiable), however many are within our control (meaning they are modifiable). Having one of more risk factors does not mean you…

Read More