Do any of these sound like you?
Are you worried about your declining physical ability and what your life might be like when you retire?
Do you have to sit for hours every day and find yourself experiencing back, neck and shoulder pain?
Do you want to exercise more but keep picking up small, niggling injuries that prevent any sort of regularity?
Does your workday involve a high level of stress that leads to headaches and tension?
Do you wake up in the morning feeling stiff and restricted and taking a few hours to get into the day?
Do you aspire to a physical challenge but don’t think your body will hold up?
Are you worried you won’t be able to keep up with your children and grandchildren’s active lifestyles?
Most of us look to our elderly parents and fear what sort of life lies ahead of us once we retire. We get caught up in the idea that as we age, our bodies will start to fail us and our quality of life will continually diminish.
The good news is that these are nothing more than myths
The biggest barriers that you may face to enjoying a better life are the self-limiting beliefs that we place on ourselves.
Every day in our clinic, we encounter a range of these beliefs. People tell us that their aches or pains are a part of who they are, or that they’re too old to learn anything new.
Often these comments are not even from the elderly. People of all ages are inhibiting and restricting their movements whilst avoiding doing the activities that they love. Let us tell you this – your life does not have to be like that.
We can show you why it’s never too late to turn things around.