Exercise and training

Moving Mums

MOVING MUMS

A safe and efficient program designed for women who have given birth and are seeking guidance and support for their return to exercise. Program designed and delivered by Physiotherapist Emma Jackson for Advanz Therapies.

Pre-Assessment – 10 minute phone call discussing current condition, return to exercise program and answering any questions
Initial Assessment

Assessment of DRAM (abdominal […]

By |October 26th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Physiotherapy, Pilates, Pre and Post Natal, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sitting: Australia’s Biggest Killer

Deaths in 2015:

o Sharks: 2 deaths
o Saltwater crocodile: 1 death
o Motor vehicle: 1209 deaths
o Comfy sofa and office chair: 7000+

We live in a society where most of us now sit for the majority of the day. We wake up, sit to eat breakfast, we sit on the way to work, sit at work, sit at […]

By |December 17th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research, Physiotherapy, Pilates|0 Comments

Create Something: 0 to 1

I’d like to share a personal (and collective) success story with you. The recent development of an idea – where we saw a gap, took a risk, reached for the stars and are reaping the rewards.

The reward in this instance is satisfaction. Satisfaction that we are seeing so many personal success stories around us and […]

By |November 29th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research, Physiotherapy, Pilates|0 Comments

Functional Movement Screening – and why prevention is always better than cure

How well do you move? 
And what’s your potential risk for injury?
The best way to treat an injury is to prevent it happening in the first place. With winter sports coming up and with the increase in exercise do you know if your body is at risk of injury?

The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a reliable […]

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Physiotherapy, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tendon health in kids

Tendons are strong structures that attach our muscles to bones (e.g. Achilles tendon). Tendinopathy is a condition in which the tendon is overloaded, causing pain, structural damage and reduced exercise capacity.

The importance of impact-exercise for kids (running, jumping, hopping, skipping) on bone health (preventing osteoporosis) is now well understood, but more recently we are appreciating […]

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Foot Ankle, Physiotherapy, Soft Tissue Injuries|0 Comments

Strength training for children and adolescents

Why it is important to encourage young people to be physically active.

Not only does a sedentary lifestyle early in life appear to track into adulthood, a physically active lifestyle during childhood and adolescence may help to prevent many chronic diseases later in life. It has been recommended that children and adolescents be physically active on […]

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research, Physiotherapy|0 Comments

Advanz 8-Pack

Don’t let this year pass you by. Celebrate your strong and healthy body by dedicating yourself to a consistent training routine. Our variety of classes using Pilates and other specific exercise equipment are set up for you to chose a level of training that suits you!

Buy an 8 Pack of Reformer Pilates classes for only […]

By |February 25th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Pilates, Specials|0 Comments

Eliza Shares some Interesting Food Facts

Eliza Freney brings with her a wealth and breadth of information about eating for our best health outcomes. Eliza has shared with us some interesting FOOD FACTS :-) that may surprise you, or remind you.

Quinoa is a seed native to Peru that is naturally gluten free and contains all 8 essential amino acids making it a complete […]

By |February 25th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training|0 Comments

Hiram’s Top Tips – How To Achieve Your Fitness Goals

 

Are you planning to get into a new fitness regime or stepping up your present routine?

The options of physical activity available to us are endless and can leave us feeling spoilt for choice and asking ourselves when and where to begin. Whether you are motivated by a specific goal or a desire for change […]

By |February 25th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training|0 Comments

POSTURAL ALIGNMENT – why is it is the basis of a healthy functioning body

WHY ALIGNING YOUR BODY WILL HELP YOU ACHIEVE FASTER REHAB RESULTS AND A BETTER LIFE.

Imagine a skyscraper being built on an angle or without a proper foundation….. The structure would buckle, windows would pop and it would not be something sustainable in any sort of weather conditions or disturbed forces.

A poorly aligned body is no […]

By |January 2nd, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Physiotherapy, Soft Tissue Injuries, Spinal|0 Comments