Mental Health & Exercise

Exercise & Mental Health

Just can’t get out of bed?

Feel deflated and down?

Sick and tired of feeling low?

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 may be something as simple as walking. However, to find the exercise to match your current level and capacity we recommend you come and speak to us first.

Won’t I feel even more depleted?

Exercise prescribed in the correct frequency, intensity, time and type by an Exercise Physiologist can help you get from where you currently are to where you want to be in the safest way possible.

I’m worried that I can’t commit and will give up

This is natural to feel this way. Your feelings and concerns will be alleviated the moment you meet the Exercise Physiologists. They will make you feel comfortable, safe and accepted.

I’m not the exercise type, so will this be any good for me?

Most people who start exercise for their mental health have never set foot in a gym before. This is fine. The Exercise Physiologists will lead you from start to finish, so all you have to do is show up. We will handle the rest.

How do I take the first step?

If you are someone or know someone currently suffering from poor mental health and wanting to commence exercise but doesn’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.

Your Exercise Physiologists

Ben Hibberd

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Peter Stathopoulos

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