Thursday, 25 December 2014

Clinic hours During Festive Season

Recharge time (source - creative commons)
Time to recover and recharge is an important part of maintaining health.  

In this busy life it is more difficult to create a work life balance, so we all need to take every chance we can get.

As many businesses and people do at this time of year we have a little slow down, so we can recharge too.

The Be Smart Get Supple clinic will be open on the following days over the festive season:
Saturday December 27th 8:45am - 12:30pm
Wednesday December 31st 1-6pm
Saturday January 3rd  8:45am - 12:30pm
William and Trevor will be available during these times.

Brendon will be on leave from December 25th and Return Monday January 5th
Rodney will be on leave from December 25th and Return Tuesday January 6th
Valerie will be on leave from December 25th and Return Tuesday January 6th 
Core Nutrition Dietitians will return on Tuesday January 6th

We have an answering machine to take messages when the office is closed and one of our friendly reception staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please have a safe and relaxing holiday - Enjoy families and friends

Sunday, 14 December 2014

Seven tips to a peaceful Christmas

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Christmas Greetings

Christmas has descended upon us again at lightning speed.

If you are anything like me you don't feel that you are ready and that there is still too much to do before the day comes.

But make sure that you step back and give yourself perspective.  Regardless if you believe Christmas to have a religious meaning or not, it does give us a chance to come together with friends and family and look at the year.  To forgive each other for wrongs, shed grudges, and enjoy time with people who are important to us.

It is a time to think of others and how we are so blessed. Whilst spare some time to share with those less fortunate.

Also spare a thought for those who are going to find this a tough Christmas as they have lost love ones and are still dealing with the pain of that loss.

Some hints to prevent Christmas from consuming you...