Cold weather and sore muscles

By Caitlin Hunt Winter has almost arrived Perth, and is anyone else’s joints and muscles feeling the cold? It’s common for patients to report sore muscles and aching joints as the cold weather starts to come in. Considering our recent freezing cold Perth mornings and...

Online Classes Via Zoom

  *WHAT IS ZOOM * Zoom is an online video conferencing platform that enables you to see and hear us through your smart phone, ipad, computer or Smart TV. We will be able to give you the same personalised corrections and adjustments you recieve in class from your...

Menopause, Osteoporosis and Yin Yoga

By Amy Ross   With life expectancies increasing, women may now live up to one third of their life after the start of menopause (Ring, 2017). Catering for these changes in the body has never been more important and in particular, we would like to address...

Fitness in the New Year

By Amy Ross   Returning to your exercise regime or embarking on a fitness New Year’s resolution? 80% of New Year fitness resolutions are abandoned within six weeks of the New Year. With the New Year comes ambitious new statements of change and improvement....

Exercise and the Brain

Article by Amy Ross Exercise and the Brain – mental wellness, performance and cognition To all the studious young minds out there… this one’s for you! It’s now fairly well accepted that the positive effects of exercise for your physical health are undeniable....

The Relationship Between Sleep and Exercise

Article by Issy Rondoni Sleep… we all know we need it, but a very small percentage of us actually get the recommended amount. Having a good sleep pattern is just as important as eating, drinking and breathing. Sleep is the foundation of good health and well-being no...

Joint Hypermobility – Exercise Recommendations

Article by Issy Rondoni  What is it, and Who’s at Risk? Being hypermobile is when your joints move in excess of their normal range of movement. By repeatedly pushing past “normal” range, the joint gets micro traumas which can lead to a more serious injury, like joint...