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Nutrition and Good Diet

Much like an effective Personal Trainer or Health Coach. We need to really examine your life, your habits, your needs and wants. We can't stick you on a diet of rabbit food, when your lifestyle revolves around good food and great friends. A good diet is both flexible, sustainable and purposeful. Allowing you to enjoy the good days that are numbered on this earth. A good diet works from the inside out, cleaning your skin, strengthening your hair, your nails, whitening your eyes, and leaving full of energy and clarity. There are hundreds of diets, and not any one diet [...]
Daniel Lyttle - Personal Trainer Brisbane

Personal Training in Brisbane

Many people think by hiring a PT they will automatically lose weight and get fit. To a degree you will see some initial results, quickly followed by a plateau and (even worse) a possible rebound. Personal training like anything is a relationship built on trust, transparency and unity. There is no point in your trainer telling you to exercise 6 times a week & live off chicken and broccoli, if you hate chicken and are lucky to fit in 1-2 training session. A good PT will constantly work with you and your needs, keeping you motivated and focused on the [...]
Remedial Massage with Daniel Lyttle

Remedial Massage

Remedial massage is unfortunately an over used term in today's world, to describe an oil rub of your body. But really - it should be a treatment to rival any Chiropractic or Physiotherapist treatment you could find. The body is a complex organism dynamically responding and evolving to external and internal stimulus. To the untrained eye, the body can be a complex system of foreign names and movements - but really it's just made up of thousands and thousands of pretty simple functions, all happening together like a well managed business or community. In an over worked, over stressed, under [...]