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Monthly Newsletter: September 2016
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOAN!
A huge congratulations to Joan, one of our ADVANCED pilates class members, who turned 80 this month!! What an amazing woman! 
HANNAH'S WEDDING
Hopefully many of you will remember the lovely Hannah and her gorgeous dog Max! Craig, Emily & Stephanie are super excited to be travelling to Exmouth this long weekend to attend Hannah’s wedding. We are looking forward to celebrating and also getting some Exmouth sun and warmth. We will be sure to capture a picture for everyone to see.
 
ONLINE BLOG
With winter sports finishing up and the beginning of summer sports on the horizon, in this month's blog, Craig looks at the importance of pre-season testing and getting into shape for your chosen sport. He has even provided a few simple tests for you to give a go!
Check it out HERE
STEPH'S COURSE
Steph and Emily attended the "Athlete and The Pelvis” course in Perth with Women’s Health Physiotherapy lecturer Michelle Lyons. Michelle speaks all over the world and is passionate about this subject.  This one-day course covered a wide variety of information. It highlighted the connection between breathing and the pelvic floor muscles and the flow on effect this can have on the body. It also covered pelvic floor dysfunction- such as stress incontinence and urgency incontinence, exercise during pregnancy and post-partum, labral tears of the hip and hernias. The day absolutely flew by and they have found that they're already applying some of the things they learnt to their current clients.
 
EMILY'S COURSE
Emily recently attended a course in Perth with other Women’s health physios studying the colorectal system and it’s dysfunctions. It was fabulous to have an international speaker on this subject visit Perth and she was full of great resources and techniques relating to the bowel and gut. Emily has already found the new techniques useful for women with coccyx pain and pudendal nerve pain.

 
CRAIG'S JOKE OF THE MONTH
A man had just boarded and settled into his seat next to the window on the plane when another man sat down in the aisle seat and put his Black Labrador in the middle seat next to the man.

The first man looked very quizzically at the dog and asked why the dog was allowed on the plane.

The second man explained that he was from the Police Drugs Enforcement Agency and that the dog was a 'sniffing dog'. 

"His name is Sniffer and he's the best there is. 
I'll show you once we get airborne, when I put him to work."

The plane took off, and once it had levelled out, the Policeman said, "Watch this."

He told Sniffer to "Search."

Sniffer jumped down, walked along the aisle, and finally sat very purposefully next to a woman for several seconds.

Sniffer then returned to his seat and put one paw on the policeman's arm. 

The policeman said "Good boy" and he turn to the man 
and said 'that woman is in possession of marijuana, I'm making note of her seat number and the authorities will apprehend her when we land.'

"Gee, that's pretty good," replied the first man.

Once again, the Policeman sent Sniffer to search the aisles.

The Lab sniffed about, sat down beside a man for a few seconds, returned to its seat, and this time he placed two paws on the agent's arm.

The Policeman said, "Two paws means that he's carrying cocaine, so again, I'm making a note of his seat number for the police."

"I like it!" said his seat mate.

The Policeman then told Sniffer to "Search" again.

Sniffer walked up and down the aisles for a little while, sat down for a moment, and then came racing back to the agent, jumped into the middle seat and proceeded to crap all over the place.

The first man was really disgusted by his behaviour and couldn't figure out how or why a well-trained dog would behave like that.

So he asked the Policeman, "What's going on?"

The Policeman nervously replied, "He's just found a bomb."
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