We are busier than ever with constant phone ‘pings’, 'coordinating kids’ sports and a never-ending to do lists. It’s time to take it back to basics. Laura Lombardozzi from Get Healthy, Be Happy shares some simple tips to help you get back to basics.
Looking for a quick and easy, yet delicious salad recipe for this Summer? Check out Laura Lombardozzi's very own recipe for a Gut-Lovin' Guac Salad with Mexican Spiced Chicken!
Do you sit at a desk all day? Many people spend their work days confined to their desk in front of a computer. Ensuring that you maintain good posture, checking if your work area is comfortable and performing a couple of quick exercises can help minimise any pain and keep you comfortable at work or desk. Brianna Morgan, Member and physiotherapist shares five quick tips:
The fastest growing chronic disease in Australia is completely preventable, and health professionals are raising awareness of its risk factors during National Diabetes Week which runs 14 – 20 July.
As a physiotherapist I assist people in their physical well-being, which unfortunately involves rehabilitating after injury has already struck, usually after months of putting up with it too. So incorporating these tips into your daily routine can influence your physical and mental health positively preventing injury.
We don't cover your furry family members under your Private Health Insurance policy, but it doesn't mean we don't value and love them just as much you do! We've brought together a few health and nutrition tips for your favourite pooch to ensure they too are living healthier and better lives.
As we've settle into 2019 some of us are looking to boost our fitness or recommit to those New Year's resolutions that have fallen off the to-do list. Here are a couple of tips to set you on the right path.
Whether you’re already a gym goer, regular mover and shaker or starting fresh, you can take part in our 30 Days of Fitness. Here's our second workout routine for you to finish the challenge with or use it to get started (it's never too late!).
Do you truly care about others? Yes? I thought so. Can you say that you apply that same measure of care to yourself? Ah-huh, this is where it gets interesting! I’m a psychologist by trade, but also a mum, a wife, a business owner, a leader, a manager and an adventurer (according to me). I try to practice what I preach. The question I have for you is - do you?