Monthly Update - June 2020

Kyle Beavis

Kyle Beavis

Exercise Physiologist

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Welcome back to the June edition of our newsletter. We hope that you enjoyed our very first newsletter!

Regarding business here at Adaptive, we have continued to ease the face to face restrictions on our consultations. We sincerely thank you once again for your patience and understanding with us during these difficult times.

As of the 1st of June, we have opened up our doors to the public with some restrictions still in place. We ask that when entering and leaving the clinic, please wash your hands with the provided hand sanitiser and maintain appropriate social distancing. We have tried, as best able, to stagger everyone’s appointments out to avoid loitering in the waiting area. Equipment will continue to be cleaned after each client with the option of wearing gloves and/or a face mask if you feel more comfortable doing so. Our group classes will also resume, though, will be limited to three people per class.

Hydrotherapy will continue to be ceased indefinitely until further direction from the NSW government. We will also continue to liaise with McKeon’s Swim Centre to ensure safety for all parties.

Socially, the team here at Adaptive undertook our first monthly bonding experience to both reflect upon and appreciate the previous months achievements. This included loads of collaborative games such as Pictionary and even a wine and dine with Paint Pinot where we recreated a highland cow. There were certainly some interesting recreations of the highland cow, with Tim even claiming that his was better than the original! We’ll let you decide how you think Tim’s masterpiece turned out.

Kyle has been busy doing ‘The push-up challenge’ with his local AFL side, the Wollongong Bulldogs. This push-up challenge is to raise awareness for mental health. Kyle completed 3,046 push-ups over 21 days. This number sadly represents the amount of lives in Australia lost to suicide in 2018. A great effort to both Kyle and everyone involved in the challenge.

If you would like to donate to the cause, please visit www.thepushupchallenge.com.au

See you next month!

Yours in Health, Team Adaptive

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