Education for evolved Movement Health practitioners…
Hi, I’m Warwick, I’m an advocate for Movement-based whole body health. I have over ten years’ experience as an Exercise Physiologist, Pilates teacher and Remedial Massage therapist. And I’m here to share my diverse range of knowledge and create education for evolved Movement Health practitioners.
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Here’s my World Pilates Day contribution.. Hope everyone found some time for Pilates today.. Shout out to all the Pilates teachers and studio owners out there that are running classes remotely.. #pilates #worldpilatesday #mendopilates #rollinglikeaball #movementhealth ... See MoreSee Less
Couldn’t not share.. May your imagination run wild this weekend.. ... See MoreSee Less
Yep he has some time on his hands 😄
Thank you Warwick 🤣🤣🤣🤣 love it!!!
Wow! Fantastic 🤩
Some good advice..Times are challenging for a lot of Australians now, and it's more important than ever to look after your mental health.
Here are some great ways to protect your mental health during the COVID-19 epidemic:
1) Practice good sleep hygiene - Poor sleep quality can leave you moody and irritable. Implementing good habits, like maintaining a regular bedtime and limiting screen time before bed, can help you to get some shut-eye.
2) Stay physically active - Moving regular helps to boost your feel-good hormones and can help to protect you from mental health conditions like anxiety and depression.
3) Limit sedentary time - Being at home all the time means that you may spend more time sitting than normal. Set an alarm to make sure you're getting up regularly and moving around.
4) Make time to relax - Whether it's yoga, mindfulness, meditation or simply a long, hot bath, it's important to take some time out for yourself!
If you're feeling overwhelmed and need to talk to someone, remember you can always call Lifeline on 13 11 14.
#ExerciseRight #MentalHealthMatters ... See MoreSee Less