A one day workshop aimed at supporting you in restoring your relationship with exercise.
When: Saturday June 24th 2017 9am – 4.30pm. Morning and afternoon tea provided/optional.
What topics will be covered?
- Your exercise profile
- Myths and facts about exercise
- Unhealthy vs. healthy exercise – what’s the difference?
- Compulsive exercise and activity anorexia
- Psychological dependence on exercise
- Behavioural rigidity with exercise routines
- Initiating and maintaining factors for compulsive exercise
Who’s running the group?
Emma is a therapist at BodyMatters. In addition to her psychology qualifications, she holds an Exercise and Sport Science degree and has previously worked as a certified personal trainer. Emma appreciates the role exercise can play in the lives of those experiencing eating and body image concerns and wants to be able to support individuals as they strive towards finding a healthy & sustainable balance between food, exercise and the self.
Tim is a provisional psychologist with BodyMatters and has also completed a degree in Sports and Exercise Science. He currently works as a personal trainer and has over 8 years experience in the industry. Tim strongly believes that exercise should be a source of enjoyment and a means of relieving the stresses of daily life. He feels passionately about the importance of developing a healthy relationship with exercise, especially amongst those experiencing an eating disorder.