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Women’s Health Week 2021: Exercise at Home

Date: 6th September 2021

Take part in an at-home low-impact exercise class that will incorporate strength, balance and flexibility for people of all functional levels. This webinar is available to watch on-demand at any time.

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Women’s Health Week: Exercise at Home

Hosted by Erin, a Senior Physiotherapist at MS Queensland, the class will provide information on the benefits of exercise for the mind, body and your mood. Erin will also discuss different types of exercise and why they are important and detail the specific considerations for women when exercising and people living with MS.

Meet the Host

Erin – Senior Physiotherapist

Erin has been a physiotherapist for over 15 years, working within hospitals and the community. Erin has advanced clinical knowledge & experience treating people with neurological conditions. She has post graduate qualifications in neurological rehabilitation.

How MS Webinars Work

Watching MS Webinars

You’ll register online for a webinar, be sent a confirmation and reminder email in the lead up to the webinar, and when the webinar day arrives, be asked to log on to enjoy the webinar from the comfort of your own home. Remember you’ll need to register each time you want to listen in to a webinar, as the webinar logins are unique.

During the webinar you’ll be able to ask questions of our facilitator, view the presentation and notes they are referring to and even go back to re-watch a webinar at a later stage when it suits you.

Protecting your privacy

To register for an MS webinar, you will need to provide a valid email address. Once you have completed the online registration process we will have a record of your email which will not be shared with any other party. If you wish to remain anonymous please set a ‘made up’ username e.g. “Bugs Bunny” along with your valid email address.

Want more information?

For more information on this online service please feel free to contact our friendly support team by emailing hello@msqld.org.au or phone 1800 177 591.