Run faster, for longer and with fewer injuries!
Over 5 million Aussies choose to run for exercise. Most choose to for the health benefits, affordability and convenience but then there are some that just love to run. Crazily, 50-70% of runners will get injured every year. Mastering your running technique is the best way to reduce your injury risk. However, if you Google […]
Does surgery fix the mind or the meniscus?
The mind is a powerful healing tool when it is given the chance. So powerful that some orthopaedic surgeries are now being called out as nothing more than a placebo. The placebo effect – the idea that your brain can conveniently give your body a fake treatment is a real deal – has been around […]
An Inner Silence Fuels A Louder Life
“The quieter the mind the louder the life.” – Matshona Dhliwayo Achieving a state of inner-silence through mindfulness practices will turn your life up to 11! Inner-silence is relaxation to the point where your mind is free from thoughts and emotions. It will allow you to overcome life’s challenges and has been proven to enrich […]
The Mind-Body Flux & the benefits of physical exercise
We all know the benefits that physical exercise can have on our physical state. It’ll prevent you from developing a stack of chronic diseases such as heart disease, obesity, cancer, and osteoporosis to name a few. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, I’m sure you’ve heard of the benefits that physical exercise has on […]
A picture paints a thousand words but pain isn’t one of them
Pain leads to panic, Panic leads to fear, Fear leads to suffering, Suffering leads to pain. …and so the cycle goes on and on! 7 years ago, I experienced this sequence while battling through my own bout of persistent lower back pain. Fast forward to now and I’m a physio hearing my clients sing […]
Exercise is more important than ever!
‘Rona restrictions are beginning to be eased around the state of QLD but life as we once knew it is likely to be a way off yet. Whether you are working or studying from home or not currently employed, we as a community are being deprived of the benefits of incidental exercise such as walking […]