OUR VISION: INSPIRING INDIVIDUALS TO ACHIEVE THEIR DAILY DOSE OF MOVEMENT
Balanced Bodies Lifestyle Clinic offers Exercise Physiology services, based on Sydney's Lower North Shore and Eastern Suburbs, we focus on improving your health through movement. We specialise in exercise programs for chronic and complex health conditions, general health and wellbeing, pregnancy and post natal, and injury rehabilitation.
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Everyone knows that exercise is good for your health, and for stroke survivors this is no different.
Whilst, our gut-brain-body health is highly influenced from the day we are born (genetics, lifestyle, environment, exposure to different foods, illness and infection), our gut microbiome continues to undergo changes throughout the life-span. Fortunately, growing research shows we can positively manipulate our gut microbiota to support overall health.
Type 2 Diabetes is largely preventable or manageable with medication and lifestyle changes. It has been proven that regular exercise and a balanced diet is crucial in both prevention and in the management of Type 2 Diabetes.
We know that exercise is so important for someone’s physical health, and this does not change for
someone with Alzheimer’s, in a way it becomes more important, but more on that later.
To celebrate our 6th Birthday this year and being able to help all of your achieve your daily dose of movement we hear from founder, Anna-Louise Moule about the 6 reasons why she started Balanced Bodies Lifestyle Clinic.
“Sitting is the new smoking,” is the new catch-phrase wellness experts are telling us. The VIC Health Ministry says too much sitting can have widespread effects, including heart disease, some cancers and even mental health.
For many people being physically active is not something that comes easily or naturally, the thought of getting started can be very daunting and difficult to know how or what to do.
Exercise is often the last thing on a person’s mind when they are diagnosed with cancer or going through treatment.
When it comes to exercise we all set out with the best of intentions but sometimes, no matter how hard we try, life gets in our way. Things come up and it can completely throw us off track and we can find ourselves struggling to get back into the swing of things.
Around this time of year there is generally lots of talk about New Years resolutions which are quickly followed by memes of them finding an early grave by February.