SPRING PHYSIO & WELL-BEING SERVICES


Breathe well, move efficiently, enjoy movement, and feel better.



At Spring Physio & Well-Being we are here to help you every step of the way to improve your comfort, flexibility, body-awareness, balance, physical ability, and sporting performance.


Breathing

"Breathing is the foundation of movement, health and well-being" - BradCliff Breathing.

How we breathe affects our body's physiology, posture, flexibility, muscle condition, efficiency of movement, and how well we sleep.


Whether your goal is improving sports performance, relief of aches and tension, improving flexibility, or managing stress and anxiety, BradCliff Breathing can benefit you.



Movement


To move efficiently, we need flexibility and strength through movement.


At Spring Physio & Well-Being we may use a combination of exercise alongside massage and mobilisation techniques to help you move with ease.


Physical Fitness

“Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness” - Joseph Pilates.

Physical fitness refers to our ability to carry out daily tasks with alertness and vigor, and to enjoy recreational activities without fatigue.


Improved physical fitness allows us to experience the outdoors, enjoy the view from the top of Mauao, and spend quality time with whanau & friends.


To improve physical fitness, we may incorporate lifestyle advice, a home exercise programme, or physiotherapist supervised exercises. We may also recommend personal training sessions, exercise classes, or provide information about beneficial activities and sports for your individual situation.


There are many choices when it comes to physical fitness. It is important to find options that suit you, and that you can enjoy!



Knowledge is Power


Our mind-set is influential during recovery from injury, and when improving performance. Realistic goal setting and expectations, combined with optimism and appropriate instruction lead to success.


We get better health outcomes when we understand our body, and our care plan. The more we know, the more we can achieve!




Written by Ilana Hadfield