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Mind/Body Connection: How Emotions Can Impact Health

Working on our emotional health is just as important as taking care of our physical well-being, which is why it is important to understand the difference between Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Dysregulation. 

How learning to breathe can improve your day

Modern life is filled with uncertainties and stress, so it is important to have a few different techniques in your toolkit to effectively overcome the anxiety that is brought to the surface. Let’s start with an easy one: CONSCIOUS BREATHING

Should you see a Physiotherapist or an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) ?

What’s the difference between seeing a Physio and an Exercise Physiologist? We get asked this ALOT! And there are a number of reasons you would be referred to either.

Understanding Anxiety

My journey to understanding my own Anxiety has been life changing. To become more aware of how your brain is working and what you can do to regulate such emotions is empowering. So read on to start your journey.

How learning to breathe can improve your day

How learning to breathe can improve your day

Modern life is filled with uncertainties and stress, so it is important to have a few different techniques in your toolkit to effectively overcome the anxiety that is brought to the surface. Let’s start with an easy one: CONSCIOUS BREATHING

Understanding Anxiety

Understanding Anxiety

My journey to understanding my own Anxiety has been life changing. To become more aware of how your brain is working and what you can do to regulate such emotions is empowering. So read on to start your journey.

“I think I’ve damaged my Meniscus…”

“I think I’ve damaged my Meniscus…”

That crunchy feeling you have or the pain that feels like it’s inside the knee. Knee meniscus damage is a common experience for most people with active lives. But Research tells us that noisy knees aren’t bad and loading the knee is good!!

Are you moving less in Isolation?

Are you moving less in Isolation?

Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT) is the energy that our body expends when performing activities of daily life that excludes eating and sleeping (BMR), exercise or sport specific activity (EAT), and the thermic effect of digesting food (TEF).