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September 22, 2019

You have bad knees right?? No matter what you do you end up with knee pain. You’ve foam rolled your ITB till you're black and blue, you’ve strengthened your VMO (inside quad muscle - can’t really be independently strengthened, but that’s another story), you’ve had x-ra...

August 4, 2019

Part 3 - Jane Mathews - Author of The Art of Living Alone and Loving it; Costa Georgiadis - Get in touch with nature; Jocelyn Brewer - Digital Nutrition – how much is enough? Or too much digital use?; Jill Stark - Anxiety & managing your inner child’s needs; Ross Menzi...

July 28, 2019

Part 2 - Thea O'Connor on Body Intelligence (BQ), Drew Harrisberg (Exercise Physiologist ) on his 6 S's to happiness and Dr Elissa Epel on chronic stress and Telomeres. 

Thea O'Connor 

Thea O’Connor is a work wellbeing advisor and spoke of ‘BQ' ( body intelligence)...

July 21, 2019

Part 1 - Michael Mosley

This week I attended the Happiness & Its Causes conference at the International Convention Centre Sydney (apparently the worlds’ largest conference in happiness and wellbeing!) and I couldn’t resist sharing some key take-outs with you.  Ok perhap...

March 10, 2019

Buying a mattress is one of those life events that can be confusing, stressful and annoying if you get it wrong. The lure of marketing and the overwhelming variety of brands and types of mattresses as well as “expert” salespeople, can make the decision more complicated...

November 25, 2018

I often cite the benefits of magnesium for muscles and joints to clients, especially those competing in events and or training intensely who need all the recovery they can muster, in addition to foam rolling, massage ball trigger pointing, seeing us for sports massage...

November 11, 2018

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a commonly diagnosed condition but can be poorly understood. Around 2.7% of people will get carpal tunnel syndrome in their lives. You’ve probably heard of carpal tunnel syndrome, but how much do you actually know about it? 

In this blog...

October 20, 2018

First things first. TMJ stands for Temporo-Mandibular Joint. When referring to TMJ pain, this usually means pain at the temporo-mandibular joint. TMJ pain can also be labelled TMD or TMJD meaning temporo-mandibular dysfunction/disorder or temporo-mandibular joint dysfu...

June 11, 2018

We are all perfect right? At least, I’m pretty sure I am.  We do everything right and couldn’t possibly be doing anything wrong, especially when it comes to our bodies. We eat all the right foods, drink plenty of water, get enough sleep, meditate, exercise and have a p...

May 26, 2018

What do you know about cupping, besides that it tends to leave red purple circle marks on peoples back?

There are basically 2 types of cupping. The traditional Chinese medicine (T.C.M) version and the more modern Myofascial Cupping technique.

Traditional cupping is an an...

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