Now perhaps more than ever people to look after their wellbeing and a free program is available to help community members in these testing times.
PA2health is offering a free 4 week self-care/wellness program to residents in eligible drought and bushfire affected regions of SE NSW.
The program which starts on September 7, was made possible by funding from Coordinare and is available to the first 250 people who sign up.
Normally $49 the program includes: psychology , healthy eating, stress and sleep management, exercise for all levels of fitness, daily guidance using simple technology and support tools and live workshops and membership to a like-minded digital community.
Participants are encouraged to do things at their own pace and take on as much or as little as they feel they can.
PA2health's Chief Executive Officer Judy Davie, said people had been through a lot this year.
"It's been a tough year for everyone, but particularly tough for those who've been through drought, bushfires, COVID-19 and now floods," she said.
"You can't blame anyone who feels like there's absolutely no more energy the tank.
" It's why we encourage people to take it at their own pace and focus on self care.
"Slight improvements to the diet, a quiet walk in the fresh air, gentle calming breathe practice can all help restore and energise the body and mind."
Visit www.pa2health.com for more information or to sign up.