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February 2019 Newsletter – Massage

Remedial massage Remedial massage is an assessment and treatment technique that targets muscles and other connective tissues. It aims to decrease pain, improve tissue blood flow, alleviate muscle tightness, improve muscle flexibility and promotes relaxation.We tend to differentiate remedial massage into two broad categories: relaxation and deep tissue massage. The

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December 2018 Newsletter – Health Insurance

Changes to Pilates rebates through Private Health Insurance will take effect from 1st April 2019. These changes mean that Pilates classes taken by a Pilates Instructor will no longer be funded, as part of a reform to eliminate rebates for non evidence based natural therapies. This reform will NOT impact Motion Health

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August Newsletter – Tradie Health

A tradies’ health is their most important tool, yet Australian tradies experience some of the highest rates of injury and time off work compared to other workers. In fact, 3 in 5 serious workplace injuries involve a tradie, despite tradies making up only 30 per cent of the Australian workforce.

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heart health

June Newsletter – Asthma

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways associated with airway narrowing and obstruction. It is commonly provoked by triggers including allergens (e.g. pollen, dust, animal fur), pollution (e.g. car fumes, fumes from industrial waste), exercise or stress. During an asthma episode, the airways become hyper-responsive, leading to narrowing

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May Newsletter – Winter Motivation

Winter is finally upon us. The days are colder and daylight hours are getting shorter. It is also the time of year where exercise tends to take a back seat to more inviting options such as a warm fire place or a good movie. It is important to maintain some

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exercise and cancer

April Newsletter – Exercise & Cancer

The Role of Exercise in Cancer Treatment Cancer is a term that describes a disease in which abnormal cells multiply in an uncontrolled manner. There are many forms of cancer though the most common types include prostate cancer, bowel cancer (colon and rectal cancers), breast cancer, melanoma of the skin,

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March Newsletter – Diabetes & Exercise

Did you know that exercise can not only reduce your risk of diabetes by up to 60% but also plays a vital role in the management of the condition? Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is a permanent health condition that occurs as a result of sustained elevated blood glucose (sugar)

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