About this webinar
Most gyms are closed and many of us cannot teach. With so much uncertainty around when we will be able to do what we love again and what the future will look like, this is a challenging time to navigate. The situation we currently find ourselves in has the potential to have a serious impact on our mental health and wellbeing in a similar way to how professional athletes are affected when they face career changing injuries and setbacks.
Join us on Tuesday, May 12 at 4PM CDT as Les Mills Trainer & Presenter and Registered Provisional Psychologist and PhD Candidate Inge Gnatt and Les Mills Asia Pacific People and Culture Director Amanda Breen discuss:
Drawing on research and clinical practice with dancers, athletes and fitness professionals, this webinar will help you to unpack some of the potential responses to this difficult time and give you practical tools to manage your mental health and build resilience.
Inge Gnatt is a Registered Provisional Psychologist and PhD Candidate based at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. Inge is a trainer, presenter and program performance coach in BODYFLOW, LES MILLS BARRE and trainer and presenter in CXWORX in Australia.
In her role at LMAP, Amanda provides strategic direction to the market's TAP Teams, as well as supports the performance and culture goals of the business. With certifications in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing & Organisational Coaching, she is passionate about helping teams and individuals thrive
Rachael Babiracki is the Head Trainer for LMUS, looking over the Trainer, Assessor, and Presenter team. She has worked in the fitness industry for over 17 years, with experience in clubs including group exercise, personal trainer, and club management. She loves fitness and her corgi and cats.
A global leader in group fitness programming, Les Mills has been providing people with innovative ways to exercise for over 50 years. Les Mills is the creator of 20 science-backed group fitness programs that are delivered by 140,000 certified instructors in 20,000 clubs across 100 countries.
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