Lockdown is easing and summer is ahead, what better time to act for better wellbeing? Free Yoga, Pilates & Boot Camp are back at International Towers.
As Sydney slowly emerges from more than 100 days in lockdown, some of us will return to ‘normal’ life with new healthy habits and feeling good.
But many of us have really struggled to maintain good health with the isolation of working from home, and the extra stress on family life. Many of us have been eating and drinking more and taking less exercise, which may be enjoyable but is not sustainable in the long term.
So, in tandem with lockdown restrictions easing, International Towers is thrilled to announce the return of our weekly program of Wellness Classes – free for all community members – beginning Tuesday 19th October on Level 3 in Tower Three.
And if you are still working from home, you can join in through Zoom.
Your weekly wellbeing program:
Tuesdays @ 12:00pm - 12:45pm: Yoga
Wednesday @ 12:00pm - 12:45pm: Bootcamp
Thursdays @ 12:00pm - 12:45pm: Pilates
Space is limited, please reserve your spot in advance via the Partner Portal.
Please note the new conditions of onsite participation, including the requirement to wear a mask and show proof of double COVID-19 vaccination or approved exemption before commencing each class.
*Classes will also be available for live streaming via Zoom. Simply log into the Partner Portal and join via the link provided. Please note the link is only active once the class commences.
By Katie Lavidge, International Towers Wellness Partner
We all know by now the many benefits of mindfulness and how it can lower stress, increase happiness and make you an over-all better version of yourself. So why is it that so many people still don’t practice mindfulness on a daily basis? Simple, the rational brain is separate from the habitual brain. Rationally, we get it and know that practicing mindfulness on a regular basis will help in all aspects of our life. However, we are creatures of habit and if we don’t have the proper support systems in place to establish a new habit, odds are we won’t change… even if we know how good it is for us.