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December 2020 Newsletter – Move Better for Life

New Year’s resolutions are frequently overambitious and set us up to fail. Instead, we should think of them as intentions. And as we enter 2021 it is clear the world will still be an uncertain place. So be kind to yourself and set goals that nurture and inspire your wellbeing, make them realistic and achievable. Think about how you might achieve that goal over a year and schedule the time in.

I’d like to set you the challenge of moving just a little bit more each day. This might take the form of a daily stretch routine to kickstart your morning, a walk at sunset to clear your head or to simply park the car just a little further away from your destination, increasing your incidental exercise. Why? So you can move better for life.

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Move Better for Life – June 2020 Newsletter

  Book online 24/7   The isolation period over is finally lifting and some of us are experiencing increased body stiffness in our joints and muscles simply because we have not been using them as much. Globally, people have experienced significant reductions in physical activity since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Working from home…

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Workstation Ergonomics: Part 4

Following on from our last session, where our CEO Deborah discussed how to set up a standing workstation, join us for Workstation Ergonomics: Part 4, where Deb discusses simple strategies you can use to minimise pain and the risk of injury, and find out why “your next position is your best position”.

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Workstation Ergonomics: Part 3

Following on from yesterday’s session where our CEO Deborah discussed how to set up a sitting workstation, join us for today’s for Workstation Ergonomics: Part 3,  which discusses the ideal set up for a STANDING workstation.

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Workstation Ergonomics: Part 2

Following on from Workplace Ergonomics: Part 1, where Deborah Hunter CEO of WorkHealth Australia and physiotherapy practice Move Better for Life (Armidale and Tamworth) discussed the risks of a poorly set up workstation, join us for Part 2, which discusses the ideal set up for a SITTING workstation.

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