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Be Active RIGHT NOW (Sanlam Health Bryanston November 2016)

Be Active RIGHT NOW (and win)

BeActiveRIGHTNOW

We all want to be more well. We all know that being active is an important part of being well. And yet……..

[insert your own story]….

Well, here is a great opportunity to do what you know you want to do: Sanlam Health is running a pre-holiday campaign to help us all to be active RIGHT NOW.

1 – Enrol onto Be Active and Log your Steps

The first thing to do is to use the link shown below to get onto Be Active and start logging your daily steps (you will need to enrol onto the website first, then onto Be Active, but it all takes just one minute). You can use any pedometer or smart-phone app to record your steps and then just enter them on Be Active’s special web-page.

2 – Join the Walks @ Work

We’ll be walking from the office three times every day and we have champions who will lead/supervise each walk so you will never be alone. Here are the details:

  • Morning 07h30-08h00 – Jan Sekele, Mokgadi Rakgwale, Haupe Allie
  • Midday 12h00-12h30 – Sim Gwabeni, Ziningi Kambule, Emelda Bierman
  • Afternoon15h30-16h00 – Malebo Motshwane, Melita Ramabulana, Moshibudi Sebati

3 – WIN!

Each person who enters at least 10 days’ of steps data (between the dates shown below) on the Be Active web page will be eligible to win one of five R1000.00 shopping-mall vouchers.

This campaign starts on Monday 21 November and runs for 4 weeks until Friday 16 December. Prizes will be announced and awarded on Monday 19 December.

By |2017-02-02T14:50:26+00:00November 23rd, 2016|News, Wellness Events|0 Comments

About the Author:

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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