Food and eating can be meaningful in different ways for different people. The link between good nutrition and mental health has often focussed on nutritional requirements for the body. But what about how food feeds the soul and contributes to our wellbeing in ways other than nutritional needs?
The word ‘routine’ gets a bad rap. It brings about images of boring, repetitive actions that often include activities that just have to be done. Sometimes this is true, however, we can also take a lateral approach to how we view those routine activities and even see the value in creating routine.
AUSactive’s budget proposal provides ongoing solutions to our health crisis, will improve the physical and mental health of Australians and save the Government money by preventing chronic disease in the first place and mitigating conditions for those who are experiencing health problems.
It’s now even easier for registered exercise professionals and exercise industry association members from Australia and New Zealand to transfer their remaining registration between countries thanks to a new agreement between AUSactive and NZ REPS.
With the federal government announcing a root and branch review of Medicare to ensure its ongoing viability, reduce demand on the Health system and maintain budget priorities, now more than ever is the time to reframe how the sector functions.
AUSactive’s continuous advocacy work across Australia has paved the way for Certificate III and IV in Fitness now being recognised as Fee-Free TAFE courses in New South Wales and the Northern Territory for the 2023 intake year.
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AUSactive is Australia’s peak body for the exercise and active health sector, empowering our members to grow their skills, businesses and careers, and championing recognition of their leading role in improving preventative health outcomes for all Australians.