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We believe the number one goal is to be as healthy as you, the individual, can be for the rest of your life. Health is wealth, team.

At Total Health we utilise a specific client-centric appraisal system that presents unique information about your body. Emma uses a collaborative approach to listening and understanding your goals and needs.

We believe health is not only what you do to get sweaty, that it encompasses how you move, how you connect, how you relax, how you recover and how you eat.

**Were good at this because we are!**

Health -the state of being free from illness and injury -a persons mental or physical condition

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May, 2020

"It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver". Mahatma Ghandi

At Total Health we are not here to preach to you about what you should or shouldn’t be doing, we like to give you the information and tools you need to make informed sustainable choices that you can adhere to.
Together we can find the joy in movement, strength, health, nutrition and ultimately your LIFE.

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My new 30 Day Challenge = Veggies at breakfast 🥕🥦🌽

Starts tomorrow ✅
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My new 30 Day Challenge = Veggies at breakfast 🥕🥦🌽

Starts tomorrow ✅

To weigh or not to weigh... it totally depends on you

🤸🏽‍♀️I never weigh clients when I first meet them
🤸🏽‍♀️I only weigh clients if they want to be weighed
🤸🏽‍♀️I never assume that someone wants to lose weight
🤸🏽‍♀️I have previously (it can still cause me stress) been obsessed with that number
🤸🏽‍♀️That number is the cause of a lot of emotion, both positive and negative, I would say too much emotion
🤸🏽‍♀️Too much emphasis can be placed on weight alone

When you do decide to jump on the scales, try using that number as information only, what is that number telling you?

That magic number, along with other factors provides information and insight into what our current behaviours are; where we are at with nutrition, movement, recovery and stress management.

If jumping on the scale causes you stress and impacts you negatively then try not to weigh yourself, I know thats not as easy as it sounds. Clothes, energy levels, a glance in the mirror, aches and pains will all give us similar information if we have gained weight.

We are all different, one person who weighs 60kg will look completely different to another person who is 60kg. I think it was Dove who did an article once where they lined up 8 or so women who all weighed the same yet looked completely different. You really cant compare you're 70kg to your workmates 70kg.

My relationship with this number has been both super positive and super negative. I now aim to weigh myself only occasionally/sporadically, aiming to take the sting out it. For someone, me, who struggles with disordered eating, a weight drop may spark a binge as Im like wooo Im lighter than I thought lets eat, while a weight increase may also spark a binge as Im sad about the number. Oh the brain ha ha 🤣

I don't really have any clients who approach me with weight loss being their main goal, which is great, my focus really is HEALTH and I think a lot of people recognise that.

By being stronger
more mobile
moving your body
laughing more
eating colourful nutritious foods
drinking more water
prioritising sleep and rest

you will feel happier
have more energy
feel sexier in your clothes
and may drop a few kgs in the process

A shift of perspective to the process and you will get to where you want to be.

Keep going team 🧡
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To weigh or not to weigh... it totally depends on you

🤸🏽‍♀️I never weigh clients when I first meet them
🤸🏽‍♀️I only weigh clients if they want to be weighed
🤸🏽‍♀️I never assume that someone wants to lose weight
🤸🏽‍♀️I have previously (it can still cause me stress) been obsessed with that number 
🤸🏽‍♀️That number is the cause of a lot of emotion, both positive and negative, I would say too much emotion
🤸🏽‍♀️Too much emphasis can be placed on weight alone 

When you do decide to jump on the scales, try using that number as information only, what is that number telling you?

That magic number, along with other factors provides information and insight into what our current behaviours are; where we are at with nutrition, movement, recovery and stress management. 

If jumping on the scale causes you stress and impacts you negatively then try not to weigh yourself, I know thats not as easy as it sounds. Clothes, energy levels, a glance in the mirror, aches and pains will all give us similar information if we have gained weight. 

We are all different, one person who weighs 60kg will look completely different to another person who is 60kg. I think it was Dove who did an article once where they lined up 8 or so women who all weighed the same yet looked completely different. You really cant compare youre 70kg to your workmates 70kg. 

My relationship with this number has been both super positive and super negative. I now aim to weigh myself only occasionally/sporadically, aiming to take the sting out it. For someone, me, who struggles with disordered eating, a weight drop may spark a binge as Im like wooo Im lighter than I thought lets eat, while a weight increase may also spark a binge as Im sad about the number. Oh the brain ha ha 🤣

I dont really have any clients who approach me with weight loss being their main goal, which is great, my focus really is HEALTH and I think a lot of people recognise that. 

By being stronger
more mobile
moving your body 
laughing more
eating colourful nutritious foods
drinking more water
prioritising sleep and rest 

you will feel happier
have more energy
feel sexier in your clothes
and may drop a few kgs in the process 

A shift of perspective to the process and you will get to where you want to be. 

Keep going team 🧡

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Was just talking with a colleague about this today! Spot on! 😀 😍

🧘🏻‍♀️ Meditation challenge completed 🧘🏻‍♀️

✅ 30 consecutive days of 10 minute mediations ✅

I am going to try to continue meditating and Im keen to try out a few longer sessions. All my sessions were done in the evenings as didn't seem to find/make time in the morning. I believe its more beneficial in the mornings as you can set up your intentions for the day ahead and get yourself in the right frame of mind.

For me I find going for a walk, doing some mobility exercises, cooking, cycling all quite meditative as Im in the now and relaxed when performing these tasks. I do quite like the idea of being able to sit cross legged and meditate for an hour but not sure its for me. I'll keep having a play.

I did find that the 30 days went by pretty quickly, so I will be implementing another wee 30 day challenge in a week or so.

A few questions arise from this experiment for you-

🟡 What does meditation mean for you, and how can you include more of that in your day? I class it as any activity that allows you to stay in the present.

🟡 What can you do/change/reduce/start for 30 days?

Would love to hear from you team.
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🧘🏻‍♀️ Meditation challenge completed 🧘🏻‍♀️

✅ 30 consecutive days of 10 minute mediations ✅

I am going to try to continue meditating and Im keen to try out a few longer sessions. All my sessions were done in the evenings as didnt seem to find/make time in the morning. I believe its more beneficial in the mornings as you can set up your intentions for the day ahead and get yourself in the right frame of mind. 

For me I find going for a walk, doing some mobility exercises, cooking, cycling all quite meditative as Im in the now and relaxed when performing these tasks. I do quite like the idea of being able to sit cross legged and meditate for an hour but not sure its for me. Ill keep having a play. 

I did find that the 30 days went by pretty quickly, so I will be implementing another wee 30 day challenge in a week or so. 

A few questions arise from this experiment for you-

🟡 What does meditation mean for you, and how can you include more of that in your day? I class it as any activity that allows you to stay in the present.

🟡 What can you do/change/reduce/start for 30 days? 

Would love to hear from you team.

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Updates to online classes team, time change for the morning sessions.

My clients already know about my move and I have sent a newsletter out, though thought I would do a little video as well. 🙏🏼 ... See MoreSee Less

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Heading to the bay...oh shit girl. Good luck with the move. Give us a shout for a cup of tea when your here

Good luck my friend!! You better pop in for VBike rides on your monthly Auckland visits! 💥😁

We better squeeze that Lymphascial in be4 you go! 😀

Coffee catch ups please 😘

Congratulations Emma👏

Booooo and yaaayyyyy

Exciting! 👏

Yay 💜💜💜💜

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