We are hosting in Brisbane a free introductory class in September.
You can meet Greg Holdaway, Director of BodyMinded and have a practical class and discover how the BodyMinded approach can help you.
No prior experience expected. For people that have worked with Greg before, you are most welcome to come along for a top up of your BodyMinded thinking.
Sunday 22 September
3pm – 5pm
The location is the Qld Music Teacher Association, 26/200 Moggill Rd, Taringa QLD 4068
Please use the link to sign up, so we know to expect you.
If you have any questions about the class please call Kathy 0437405407 or email email@example.com
Top 5 reasons why you should consider the BodyMinded approach:
1. Increase your movement capacity
If you have suffered from a physical injury in the past or simply have a repetitive strain injury (RSI) or carpel tunnel syndrome, there is light at the end of the tunnel! Our teachers are experienced in helping you with your posture to let go of unnecessary tension in your joints, muscles and of course your mind.
2. Improve your emotional wellbeing
If you are constantly feeling overwhelmed with life and all the daily pressures, being more BodyMinded can help you to regain being present in your everyday activities. Practising mindful movement can alleviate tension and stress and bring about a sense of calmness and clarity.
3. Pain Relief
If you’ve been experiencing back and neck pain, sciatica or tension headaches, you may be moving in autopilot mode. Learning to understand the relationship between your movement habits, posture and poise could help you to get out of pain and learn to live a more balanced life.
4. Adopt positive habits
Learn the skills to identify your triggers why you move and hold your posture in a certain way. Through this process, we can help you adopt healthy habits for your body and mind to practice and retain.
5. Become more self-aware
Learn to be the best version of yourself. With commitment and dedication, we will work with you to develop a clearer perspective to maximise your potential