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Using Exercise & Movement for Good Mental Health
More and more, physical activity and exercise is being recognised as a tool that can positively impact mental and emotional health and build social connectivity. In this presentation, Michelle Hemley, Exercise Physiologist and Active Geelong Executive Support covers:
• How the body responds to exercise and why you often feel better after a brisk walk
• The latest evidence for exercise being used to impact mental health and as an intervention for clinical mental health conditions
• Case studies of exercise impacting mental health in schools, workplaces and community groups
• The vision of Active Geelong for Geelong to be recognised as one of Australia's most active regions
Michelle will also dive into her own experience with post traumatic stress and how exercises was key to regaining her own mental health'
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