January News 2023

Happy New Year!

Here's to a happy and healthy bright new shiny year.   We all hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and got to spend time with family and friends and filled your hearts with festive joy and your tummies with festive food and drink.

  It always feels like a chance to start over at the beginning of a new year - let's run with that feeling and see what great things we can achieve together this year.  We have some great offers to kick off the New Year so let's get into 2023 with the intention of being your best you. 

Much love  

Jules and the Revive Team x

New Years Special

Top 7 Tips To Maintain A Healthy Bladder

Maintaining a healthy bladder is essential for maintaining overall  health and well-being. The bladder is a muscular sac located in the  lower abdomen that stores urine until it is ready to be expelled from the  body.  

When it comes to maintaining a healthy bladder it is important to  focus  on all areas that have a significant impact. Elements such as hydration, healthy diet and nutrition, regular exercise and proper  hygiene all play a vital role. In addition to this it also important to understand the role of medications and medical procedures in  maintaining a healthy bladder, as well as the importance of seeking  medical attention when necessary.

Read about  our top 7 tips HERE

Running Workshops

We are re-launching our "FIT TO RUN" classes this year and to kick them off we are hosting a 1.5 hour workshop on Strength Training for Runners

Taken by Nick our Running physio this workshop will cover why you need to strength train as a runner, which exercises are best for runners, technique, training load and more.


Where:  Ashgrove downstairs studio

When:  Saturday 21st Jan, 10.30-12

Who:  anyone who is a runner, wants to start running or wants to avoid injury

How much:  $40 

Bookings essential as spaces will be limited 

To read more about our running services, click HERE

Climbing Injuries - Cause and Prevention

Rock climbing is an exciting and physically demanding sport that  requires a high level of strength, endurance, and technique. While it  can provide a great workout and an adrenaline rush, it can also lead to a  variety of injuries if proper precautions are not taken.


Have a read about all things climbing injuries and how to  prevent them HERE .