Start Right Stretch

 

​Stretching is a great way to wake your body up. Stretching is also the best way to really tune into your body and understand what’s working and what might need a little help. By taking it slowly you minimise the risk of strain or injury while establishing confidence in how you move. Try this stretching routine for the next 7 days and be amazed by how confident these moves will make you feel.

Let’s start with this very important rule: NEVER OVERDO THE FIRST FEW SESSIONS. Many beginners to exercising fall for this trap, especially when they do not have qualified trainers with them. They get overly excited and lose patience. They try to produce in two weeks what often takes years to accomplish.  Work with your body and not against it, taking time to build up your own confidence.

12 Ways to Improve Your Life TODAY

Small changes can make a big change to your life. Improve your health and wellness with these easy to implement tips.

Such a pain in the back.

You are not alone if you’re struggling with back pain. Lower back pain is common across both middle-aged men and women and can become more severe as we age.  

Hormetic Stressors Can Slow Down the Ageing Process

“Stress” as a word is generally associated with negative connotations, but there is a type of stress which is actually beneficial to our health.

5 things you can do right now to slow the ageing process.

“It’s the ordinary things we do on a daily basis that have an extraordinary effect,” says Dr Frank Lipman, renowned speaker and author of the new book “The New Rules of Ageing Well”. 

Toxins can accelerate ageing. So, what can we do about it?

When your body cannot eliminate waste properly it becomes acidic and toxic. When it becomes acidic and toxic, your blood and your cells slow down. When this happens, your body starts to slow down and break down.

Let’s Talk About Snoring

It’s estimated that around 40 per cent of the population snores and regardless of the health issues (of which there are many), snoring can play havoc with your relationship.

Sleep

We all know that sleep is vital to our heath and wellbeing, but 2 in 5 Australians aren’t getting enough.  Not so long ago, most people believed sleep was a passive activity during which the body and brain were dormant. However, studies have proven that sleep is a period during which the brain is engaged in a number of activities which are closely linked to “quality of life”.

Australia’s sleep epidemic

As the statistics clearly show, most of us are walking around half awake every day, which means in all probability we are not living a higher quality of life we could be and other areas of our lives can suffer. Both psychical and psychological problems can arise by not achieving enough quality sleep.

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