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Are Your Money Habits Causing Your Stress?

February 21, 2018 | Eleanor Crosby

With the start of a new year I thought it was timely to discuss ‘money worries’ as they are now listed as one of the leading causes for women suffering stress and depression. Whilst there are many things that trigger financial stress and we all are affected differently, the most common are carrying bad debt, […]

Could You Be A Step Away From Corporate Health?

February 8, 2018 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

The team that plays together stays together, or so they saying goes.  Work places that have employees that share hobbies and interests and are united make for a harmonious and productive workplace.  Can this be manufactured?  I would say to some extent it can, providing there is some willingness to take part and that there […]

Picking Up The Pieces

February 7, 2018 | Caryn Walsh

You have two choices when your life is not working – you can either let life get on top of you and become depressed and find it hard to get back up or you can acknowledge to yourself that you are going through a hard time and that life is difficult right now, but it will […]

No Wonder You’re Called Wonder Woman!

January 19, 2018 | Caryn Walsh

You cook, you clean, you fetch and carry the kids, you wash the laundry, do all the washing, rush out to buy groceries so the family has a good meal, dash to the vet to take the sick cat for an injection, help the children with homework, slave over the stove (often nobody is hungry […]

Keeping Your Skin Taut and Terrific Through Menopause

January 17, 2018 | Gaye Barlow

Every woman’s story is different when it comes to the menopause, but less oestrogen and progesterone in your body will undoubtedly lead to many changes, including to your skin that you may not like. Fortunately, lifestyle choices and some care can slow these process’ and keep you looking good. First-up, what are we trying to […]

5 Tips For Overcoming Big Event Fatigue

January 8, 2018 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

December and January are typically big event months – there’s Christmas parties and end of year events,  Christmas  Day and New Years Eve and probably some work and school deadlines to meet.  It’s a busy time for many. I’ve been hosting a number of events over and above the usual work, study, parenting, renovation craziness […]

Are Your Beliefs Holding You Back?

December 13, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

beliefs and behaviour change

As a personal trainer and health coach I thought I share with you some common things said to me each week from clients who come to me with requests from weight loss, to life balance, to rehabilitation and injury management to pursing fitness goals. To begin with I’ll say no judgement or criticisms here – […]

Skin Survival Skills For The Silly Season

December 7, 2017 | Gaye Barlow

Looking forward to sitting back and relaxing during the summer holidays? We all are! Hey, we’ve worked hard this year, so don’t we deserved a spot of relaxation, and even a bit of silliness?  While we probably do deserve to take a break and get some relaxation time, we can never stop caring about our […]

How To ‘Lift’ Your Pelvic Floor Health

November 20, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

I recently attended a day long professional development course all about the core held by the Continence Foundation.  I’d have to say most people do not understand the core very well.  Many know it’s important for back health however it became evident that there is a lot of misunderstanding and disagreement about what muscles make […]

What Makes Someone Difficult to Communicate With?

November 10, 2017 | Kylie Warry

One of the most popular questions I get is how can I deal with a ‘Difficult’ person? Each of you almost everyday will come across someone you find difficult to some degree.  Many of you a this precise moment are in a world of stress and anxiety because of a difficult person. Perhaps they are […]