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Be Active @ Alice Lane NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2016

Pre-Holiday Wellness: Be Active NOW

We all want to be more well and what better time than right now? Here at Alice Lane we’re running a short 4-week campaign to help you with getting active and getting well. There will be one-on-one consultations with biokineticists and dieticians for personal advice, as well as a range of great exercise classes. It is free for all employees based at Alice Lane.The key details are shown below.

This is a great opportunity to get some much-needed wellness ahead of holiday-season. Don’t miss out. Just come along to any of the sessions @ the entertainment area, 6th floor (exercise clothing and a towel for the Bootcamp, Zumba and Pilates classes please), and get active now!

You can contact Keindira Moodley (keindira.moodley@sanlam.co.za; 011 778 6210 ) with any queries.

This programme is brought to you by Fedhealth and Sanlam wellness.




Monday 21 November Bootcamp 16h00-17h00
Wednesday 23 November Biokineticist consults 12h00-15h00
Monday 28 November Bootcamp16h00-17h00
Tuesday 29 November Zumba 16h00-17h00
Wednesday 30 November Dietician consultations 12h00-15h00
Thursday 01 December Pilates / Yoga 16h00-17h00
Monday 05 December Bootcamp16h00-17h00
Tuesday 06 December Zumba 16h00-17h00
Wednesday 07 December Biokineticist consults 12h00-15h00
Thursday 08 December Pilates / Yoga 16h00-17h00
Monday 12 December Pilates / Yoga 16h00-17h00
Tuesday 13 December Zumba 16h00-17h00
Wednesday 14 December Dietician consultations 12h00-15h00
Thursday 15 December Bootcamp16h00-17h00



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Colin was a medical practitioner (GP) from 1988 to 2000. Since then he has worked in the wellness field, designing, developing and delivering various products and services. Out of clinical practice for many years now he no longer practices medicine formally but retains a keen interest in helping people become more-well versions of themselves. He acts as a wellness coach and not as a medical practitioner today. Colin's approach and philosophy is based on empowerment: the notion that people only need a little help to make choices they usually already want to anyway - it's about respect and support rather than instruction or correction. Colin lives at the Vaal Dam with his wife Cathy. He spends time walking mountains, cycling, motorbike riding, kayaking, sailing and always looking for better & better balance.

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