How to Relax






Models of Good Health


Seven Habits of Fit and Healthy People


Musculo-skeletal Health


Musculo-skeletal Health


Manual Handling


Workstation assessment


Pro-Active Rehab




How to Manage Stress


Work-Life Balance


How to Manage Your Career


How to relax


How to get a good night's sleep


Integral Training


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How to Improve Metabolic Health


How to improve Aerobic Fitness


Complete Fitness Workout


Hourglass Diet


How to Lower Blood Pressure, Glucose and Cholesterol


Smoke Free


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The average person in the Western World goes to work, goes home, has a drink (or two or three), has tea, sits down, watches television, goes to sleep, wakes up, goes to bed, can't sleep, tosses and turns, gets up the next morning tired and does it all again. No wonder they're stressed out of their brain.


If you can't find time to

  get away from the desk at lunch time and go for a walk


  play sport

  play cards

  go for a decent holiday each year


  mix with friends

  go to the pictures in the middle of the week

  read a book

  conduct a healthy romantic life,


it's time you woke up to yourself. Get a life!


In this one hour relaxation you'll receive tips on what to do to 'cool down' and over-stimulated sympathetic nervous system and 'warm up' and under-stimulated para-sympathetic nervous system.


You'll learn how to enter the deep relaxation state, coupled with an inner mental training routine.


You'll complete the Health Climate Survey, the Stress Risk Profile and the Career Satisfaction profile, from which you get a good idea of what you need to do to relax your body and your mind.


You'll learn a simple muscular relaxation and inner mental training technique.


You'll float out of the session!



Miller Health

In association with Integrated Health Systems

7 Salvado Place, Stirling (Canberra) ACT 2611 Australia

61 2 62887703