The 5 Essential Steps for Perfect Posture

Written by Emma Tommasini

 

Meet Ross our knowledgeable, skilled and popular Massage Therapist. Ross has been trained in Remedial Therapies from both a Western and Eastern perspective.

Ross educates his clients (and often other staff members too!) on good posture beyond the massage table. Being mindful of proper alignment on a day to day basis can reduce the strain on the ligaments and muscles that support the spine and reduce muscle fatigue, spasms and pain. 


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Text Neck: The Modern Phenomena

Written by Emma Tommasini

Text neck is the term used to describe the neck pain and damage sustained from looking down at your mobile phone, tablet  or laptop too frequently and for too long. Using a mobile device often can lead to poor posture and symptoms of text neck. And it seems increasingly common

Our lifestyles today are really not in favor of treating our neck well. A recent survey states that the average mobile phone user spends 3 hours per day surfing the net or scrolling social media platforms. No wonder we are getting frequent headaches or feeling cloudy and tired all the time.


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Most Common Mistakes Mums and Dads Make With Their Health.

Written by Emma Tommasini

It is pretty clear, that as we age, our health trends downward. I mean, it's not like we want to become unhealthy, yet that is the path most of us unwittingly head down. So why do we all end up in a poorer state of heath the older we get?

Below are some common mistakes and problems our clients encounter as they age which leave them looking for a solution, looking for us. Most clients come to us because they want to reduce pain, destress, increase energy and lose weight. We help them do just that.


We prioritize everyone and everything over our self.


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Five Self-Care Practices to Schedule Into Your Week

Written by Emma Tommasini

Stress. It’s a part of daily living, for most of us. We’re taking care of kids and homes, work and friends but, more often than not, we forget to take care of ourselves.

Self-care is vital, however. Without it, you can become unmotivated at best or burnt out and plain unhealthy, at worst. Taking care of yourself by adding some stress relieving activities into your weekly schedule isn’t selfish or self-indulgent. It’s crucial to your physical and mental health! You can’t be a good parent, child, sibling, friend or worker if you’re tearing your hair out at the root and losing sleep!


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Managing your Anxiety

Written by Megan Colwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not quite overwhelming fear and not exactly stress, anxiety can be a normal reaction to an impending event that causes uncertainty and doubt. Sometimes, mild anxiety can be a trigger that compels us to act, but it can also freeze us into inaction. Other anxieties often lurk behind the surface of consciousness and can have a negative impact on our daily lives, preventing us from living to our highest potential. The key to overcoming anxiety lies in managing your anxiety instead of allowing it to "manage" your life.


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5 Ways to be Calmer

Written by Megan Colwell

 

We’ve all seen the slogan ‘Keep calm and carry on’, but how can we actually become and stay calm throughout our lives? In today’s fast-paced world, stress is a common problem. But it is possible to reduce your anxiety and find calm admist the chaos. Here are 5 winning ways to be calmer…

1. Let It Go

Realise that you can’t control everything or affect the outcome of many experiences you have. It can be tempting to rush around, trying to resolve things as quickly as possible. But this is likely to lead to fatigue, stress and poor health and wellbeing.


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