“When can I start running after having a baby?”. It’s a question asked by many postnatal women, and the answer isn’t always a simple one. If you’re keen to get...

Exercise and anxiety have a bit in common. They both cause increased heart rate and breathing. They both make you sweaty. And you can’t seem to think of much else...

With our ever-stressed, fast-paced lifestyles, our bodies are pumping out cortisol almost constantly. This can wreak havoc on our health. So, what exactly is cortisol, how does it affect your...

It's okay to not be okay…You’re not alone! Parenthood is a major change and sometimes, a major challenge in people’s lives. It's quite common and normal to experience symptoms of sadness...

According to Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia (PANDA) postnatal depression is effecting more than 1 in 7 new mums each year in Australia. Accredited Exercise Physiologist and women’s health expert, Esme Soan,...

Long distance running, and marathons in particular, are a sport that requires significant training time, especially to be able to run the full 42km. A periodic exercise program designed by an...

One of the most used excuses not to exercise is ‘not having time’ and this was recently backed up with a study led by the Australian National University, who found...