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In this segment, Katherine Lodge of Health Professional Radio interviews Leila about Corrective Exercise and High-performance Kinesiology or C.H.E.K. how each muscle and organ is affected by everything that we eat, drink, think, and feel.  Using this knowledge, she coaches clients through injury rehabilitation back to peak athletic performance.

 

August 1, 2013

Source: Mosman Daily - Sport

Author: Rowan Cowley

MEREDITH Greenham is riding a new wave of mo- mentum all the way to An- twerp thanks to a Mosman exercise and lifestyle coach.

Ms Greenham, 41, has been seeing specialists for a degenerative spinal condition since she was 16.

But after seeking help from Leila Lutz...

The Resolution that Changed my Life

Source: Body + Soul Lifestyle Magazine

Author: Kris Franken

Five Australian health experts reveal the new year’s promise that set them on a new path.

By Kris Franken

 

Forget sit-ups. If you’d like toned abs and a banging body in time for the warmer weather, you might want to take note of C.H.E.K practitioner and exercise coach Leila Lutz’s advice.

 

March 15, 2013

Author: Leila Lutz (Guest Blogger)

I know you're dying to know about fat and cellulite, cortisol and circadian rhythms (and we WILL get onto that) but if you really do want to get healthy, then you must understand the nature of your own body's wisdoms - they will help you get to know yourself a whole lot better. 

And in order to get to know this body of yours, you need to......

 

February 18, 2013

Author: Leila Lutz (Guest Blogger)

If you really do want to get healthy, I mean really healthy, then this fortnightly Monday blog post of mine is for you. Right here, I am going to walk Soul Sessioners through body wisdoms that will help you get to know yourself a whole lot better through the natural signs, expressions and rhythms of your body that you may not even be aware even exist right now.

 

Our top five steps for having a happy, healthy and unforgettable summer.

1. Eat tryptophan

Dietitian Tara Diversi says eating a balanced diet and including foods that are high in the amino acid tryptophan will enhance your serotonin (happy hormone) levels.

 

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