When: Thursday, 23rd May 2019
What Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Host: Melinda Luck
Standard Ticket: $15.00
ATMS is pleased to provide our 'Consumer Webinar Program' for Natural Medicine Week. Practitioners are welcome to book, however please note that no CPE points will be awards for these webinars. For CPE and professional development training - practitioner only events visit: https://www.atms.com.au/atms-events/.
21st century life has kept us sitting down and often has us living in our heads. This can have adverse consequences for both our bodies and minds, from how we look, through to how we feel.
The good news is, according to the latest in habit change research, you only have to choose one thing to focus on for the beneficial effects it creates to flow on to other habits.
This informative, fun and practical webinar is brought to you by Exercise Physiotherapist and Wellbeing Consultant, Melinda Luck who will introduce simple physical strategies you can easily adopt throughout your day to improve your habits.
Some of these strategies include:
•Focussing on everyday habits like how your posture affects your core and mood
•Strategies to relieve tension on the go
•Learning how to breathe efficiently in order to reboot your core (and relax your nervous system)
This short one-hour webinar: Everyday physical habits that create a better you, is about learning how to look after you. Melinda will show you easily and adaptable habits to add into your daily routine.
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Melinda is a passionate health care professional working across corporate, clinical and academic settings to help people be the best they can be mentally and physically.
With over 20 years’ experience in health, education and exercise and working with some of the best teams in the business she has been able to deliver exceptional results for her clients. Whether that be helping organisations thrive by supporting their people feel more in control through the choices they make or helping clients individually or in group settings to be able to get back into their lives after injury or pain.
She has also had an extensive career working with elite athletes in many different areas,particularly Rugby and Netball. Most recently she worked with the Australian Rugby 7'steams, in the lead up to both the Olympics and Commonwealth Games. She has also worked teaching injury prevention protocols for the NSW Waratahs over a 15 year period.
Recently she has turned her focus to tutoring undergraduate level allied health students at ACU and has found that another amazing way to help people achieve their goals.