We would like to introduce our new classes for the Over 60’s. At 11.45am each Tuesday, Laurel will be taking you through a group fitness class that is especially designed for the Over 60’s to improve strength, muscle mass and bone density for improved balance and management of aches and pains whilst reducing the risk of falls.
We have Beginners Courses and Advanced Courses – guided mindfulness groups and individual sessions – please give us a call to discuss or reserve your spot!
Group sessions – 5 x 60 minute sessions $225
Tuesday 12.30pm or Thursday 7.30pm
Individual Sessions – by appointment only
90 minute initial session $150
60 minute follow up session $130
Written by Kym Veale.
I have a bone to pick with expectations.
I first learnt about them on a student exchange trip to France at the age of 17. It was meant to be “amazing”, a “once in a lifetime experience”. Instead it was lonely and difficult. I found myself in a world where I could not express myself and as a result became an outsider, that awkward person that hangs on to groups of people without contributing. I became depressed and felt guilty for squandering this “amazing” experience with my own genuine feelings.
Pre & Post Natal Pilates Course at Inform Physiotherapy!
Inform’s Pre & Post Natal Courses are a great way to exercise safely with our 10 week exercise and education program. These courses will assist you in developing your core strength, help to strengthen your pelvic floor and improve your posture. Our courses are recommended for those with Abdominal Separation (D.R.A.M), prolapse, pelvic girdle pain/instability, upper & lower back pain and for those that want to exercise safely during pregnancy and get back into shape after the birth of their baby.
When girls in developing countries start menstruating, many simply don't attend school for the week as they have no sanitary way to contain their menstrual fluid. After a while, they start to fall behind in there schoolwork due to their absences and an alarming number drop out of school all together. With limited education these girls have no option but to take menial, low paying jobs and are destined for life long poverty.
A lot of people, mostly clients, ask me why I got into pelvic floor physiotherapy. Often the question comes just as I’m about to do an examination and often it’s framed like; “How did a nice, young girl like you find yourself doing something like this?”