If you're in lock down and currently feeling unhealthy, unmotivated to get moving again, and don't know how to get back into some form of exercise, in particular walking, then we want to help you!
Lindon Beh (Physiotherapist) is sharing his wisdom on getting your exercise & walking regime firing on all cylinders, during a FREE 45 minute WEBINAR on WED 30th Sept at 6pm.
Lindon will be joined by:
Expert Nutritionist, Lisa Stanton- Smith, who will be educating you on weight loss tips during lock down
Expert Podiatrist, Ryan Luntz, who will be educating you on the best footwear and foot care during lock down.
Simply book your spot below and tune in to learn how you can help get your health back on track during lock down.
WHEN: 6- 6.45pm, WEDNESDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 2020
WHERE: VIA ZOOM- ON YOUR PHONE OR COMPUTER
WHO: LINDON BEH - PHYSIOTHERAPIST
LISA STANTON-SMITH - NUTRITIONIST
RYAN LUNTZ - PODIATRIST
This is perfect for anyone who has been stuck in lock down and:
If you have any questions you'd like answered during the session, please forward them to Lindon at [email protected]
We look forward to helping you on WED 30th Sept at 6pm!
You can view all the services on offer by visiting LSS Nutrition and Melbourne Podiatry Clinic.
At Melbourne Sports Physiotherapy our goal is to get you moving pain free as soon as possible.
But, we also want you to actually move better and live a healthier, more active and fulfilling life!
If your sports, fitness training or work has been wearing your body down, book in with one of our expert massage therapists so we can help you reduce your pain or stiffness.
If you are showing some signs of this condition or simply want help prevent this from happening in the future then book in with one of our highly experienced Remedial Massage Therapists today!
You can make an appointment by calling or booking online.
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call 03 9498 0205
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