Mental Health & Exercise

The role of exercise in the mental health space

Do you ever have those days when you just can’t get out of bed?


Do you lack the motivation it takes to get our day started?


Do you feel deflated and depressed without a reason why?


Have you ever thought that exercise may help with motivation and energy levels?


Exercise Physiology has been proven to assist in managing and reducing negative mental health symptoms

What exercises should I be doing?


Performing the right exercises for you can help increase happiness, confidence and self-esteem. This mas be something as simple as walking

Won’t exercise just deplete the low energy levels I already suffer from?

Exercise can be looked upon in the wrong light due to unfair social beliefs. Exercise prescribed in the correct frequency, intensity, time and type (F.I.T.T principles) by an Exercise Physiologist can help you get from where you currently are to where you want to be in the safest way possible.

If you are someone or know someone currently suffering from poor mental health and wanting to commence exercise but don’t know where to begin. Make an Accredited Exercise Physiologist your first point of call to get you started on a journey to bettering your mental health.