Christmas is coming 2018
|Happy Christmas from all the Staff at Be Smart Get Supple|
Again the year has flown by and Christmas and New Year Festive Season is fast upon us.
The clinic is open right up to Christmas.
The different practitioners have different Last Consulting days this year.
Brendon will work up to and including Friday 2st December.
Rodney will also be working on Monday 21st December from 10 am.
Clinic will be closed Christmas day through to the 6th of January.
Normal Consulting hours resume on January 7th 2019.
Please feel free to leave a message at reception or via our contact page if you call through that time, as although it may not be answered until after we return.
We hope that you have a lovely time with people special to you during this celebratory season and enjoy the opportunity to reflect on the year past and prepare for the year to come.
We like to remind people that there is more to Christmas than the shopping rush, so some hints to beat the stress this season:
- Allow time and be patient
- Things always take longer as shops are crowded and things go wrong
- Be kind to others, and yourself.
- Have a nice word to say to those who help us, particularly the retail staff who are overworked
- Be kind to yourself, things won't always go according to plan so don't be too hard on yourself if you slip up.
- Light walking in the sun and vigorous exercise both have benefits for reducing stress and putting life in perspective
- Volunteer time
- Put some time into helping others be it a community group or a charity it helps keep life in balance
- Drink enough water
- Keeping hydrated helps the body feel better
- Eat appropriately
- In the Christmas season it is easy to eat way too much
- take smaller amounts
- think about what you are eating and enjoy quality over quantity
- Find some time to reconnect with people you don't always get to see
- it is a great excuse to catch up with someone you have lost contact with. At the end of the day the most important things in life are the relationships you cherish not the things you accumulate.
- Don't make unrealistic New Years resolutions
- You are not going to change overnight, make a resolution but allow for time to grow into it and maybe seek advice from people who can help you make it happen.
Again we hope you have a restful and restorative Christmas and New Year period and we look forward to assisting you with your health goals for 2019.