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If there’s one thing that 2020 has driven home, it’s that we all need to take better care of ourselves.

Between doom-scrolling endlessly depressing posts on social media, cancelling our holidays and spending countless hours on Zoom, many of us became acutely aware of the importance of prioritising our mental and physical health.

With that in mind, what better gift is there than the gift of wellness?

Whether it’s a Christmas present for a loved one or investing in a positive start to the new year for ourselves, World of Wellbeing has an extensive range of offerings to infuse a little extra wellness into your world to help you feel and perform at your best.

LASER WEIGHT LOSS

Between an incredibly stressful year (a large portion of which was spent working from home in close proximity to the fridge), the temporary closure of gyms and the festive period, it’s perfectly natural to have gained a few kilos over the past twelve months.

If you’re someone who’s looking to lose weight, World of Wellbeings Laser Weight Loss treatment may support your fat loss goals.

The low-level laser therapy doesn’t just promote pain relief (as mentioned above) but also claims to offer non-invasive body contouring and could complement your nutrition and exercise efforts.

worldofwellbeing.com.au/wellness-programs/#weightloss

INFRA-RED SAUNA

Did you know that apparently infrared therapy has been shown to improve symptoms of conditions like fibromyalgia, arthritis, anxiety and chronic pain?

I, for one, did not — but what I do know is just how relaxing it can be to sit in a warm room for twenty minutes, feeling my stress melt away like the rivulets of sweat running down my body.

One of the best things about infrared saunas is that they use a dry heat as opposed to the overpowering heat and moisture in a steam sauna.

I always leave with glowing skin and a genuine reduction in my stress levels: two things that are high on just about anyone’s Christmas list.

worldofwellbeing.com.au/wellness/infrared-sauna

ACUPUNCTURE

As someone who was once intimidated at the idea of having tiny needles inserted into my skin, I can attest to just how relaxing acupuncture can be. After experiencing said needling (in my face, no less), I would always walk away feeling a particularly delightful balance of energised and relaxed, with clearer skin to boot.

It’s not just skin issues that acupuncture can help with; it’s used to improve everything from tiredness and fatigue through to migraines, period pain, stress, muscular pain and much, much more.

worldofwellbeing.com.au/services/acupuncture

PAIN RELIEF

If you or your loved ones experience pain from migraines, sports injuries, chronic conditions or musculoskeletal or neuromuscular complaints, World of Wellbeing has a range of treatments specifically targeting pain relief.

Low Level Laser Therapy involves exposing the body to light therapy which aims to increase oxygen, improve blood flow, help the lymphatic system function better, and promote healthy joints.

Meanwhile, the Alexander Technique is a method that is helpful for people with chronic pain as it teaches you how to re-align your spine and body by yourself, enabling you to move with greater ease. This method doesn’t just help with pain relief though — it works to improve freedom of movement, balance, and coordination, leaving you feeling lighter, happier, and more free and grounded.

Lastly, Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) works to enhance the natural cellular communication processes, improving energy production capability of the cells. All you need to do is lie back on the mat and relax while the PEMF works its magic, helping to relieve pain and improve body function.

MASSAGE

I can safely say that I’ve never been disappointed after receiving a massage voucher — nor have I regretted a massage I’ve bought for myself.

If you’re someone who works at a desk all day, goes to the gym, spends your day running around after little ones, or tends to get stressed out from time to time (so, basically all of us) you’d likely benefit from a remedial massage.

World of Wellbeing also offers oncology massage for people with a history or diagnosis of cancer.

worldofwellbeing.com.au/services/massage

PROGRAMS

Prefer a more comprehensive approach to wellness? World of Being offer programs that are specifically targeted to address every concern or health goal, from injury prevention through to pregnancy.

There are options for athletes, older people, mums-to-be, injury prevention, pain relief and weight loss. Each program is tailored to provide wellness services that optimise benefits for the individual client.

World of Wellbeing offers gift vouchers that are the perfect way to treat someone you love. Better yet, their blissful clinic on Wilbow Street in Phillip is a self-care sanctuary for the overworked, overwhelmed, and those seeking a little TLC.

worldofwellbeing.com.au/wellness-programs

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