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What I do

Fit and Well provides a range of ways to improve your health, from group and individual exercise sessions to health coaching, relaxation sessions and seminars.

Complimentary health and physical assessment

Any work you do with me will start with a comprehensive assessment to identify your individual needs and the kinds of options that will best realise your goals. Since we all deserve the chance to try before we buy, initial assessments are complimentary.

To book an assessment, call 0407 160 107 or email rhonda@fitandwell.com.au.

Exercise sessions

Depending on your needs, these are designed to improve your posture, balance, strength, core stability, heart health and flexibility — everything you need to get in shape, feel more energetic, and improve your overall body function. Sessions can be 30, 45 or 60 minutes long, indoors or out.

While some of us prefer to work one-on-one, group sessions are fun, small and cost effective. They can be organised for people who share the same health issue, such as arthritis or osteoporosis.

All sessions are conducted in a friendly, supportive environment, to accommodate every level of health and fitness. Importantly, you never have to be concerned about being pushed beyond your limit by an over-zealous or underqualified youngster.

Can’t get to regular sessions? Prefer to exercise at home or your gym and just need direction? That’s doable too.

Health and weight loss coaching

While many of us know what we ‘should’ do, actually doing it consistently is another thing. Coaching programs are designed to provide you with the support and accountability you need to make changes. These are advertised through the newsletter.

Relaxation and stress reduction

These 30 minute sessions are based on a range of relaxation methods, including gentle stretching, breathing techniques and visualisation. They’re a quick and effective way to support your mental and emotional wellbeing.

Seminars

Seminars on various health topics are also advertised through the newsletter.