Tai Chi, also known as shadow boxing, originated from China several thousand years ago and derives from qigong, an ancient Chinese discipline of martial arts that involves slow meditative body movements that were initially intended for self-defence and to promote relaxation and deep inner peace.
Community connection plays a vital role in both our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly during our senior years.
Luckily, we live in a time where have the internet and an abundance of digital resources to occupy us during isolation.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and nutritious diet is very important during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially since most of us aren’t getting as much exercise and physical activity as we’re used to! With that being said, it can be hard to curb cravings, particularly when you’re stuck inside so close to the pantry and the fridge.
Village by name and village by nature, Oak Tree residents have been sticking together – from a safe distance – during the coronavirus pandemic, proving you don’t have to feel alone during isolation.
To guarantee your safety, it is crucial to stay up to date with new information about COVID-19.
If you have been contemplating downsizing for a while, the current COVID-19 pandemic is the perfect opportunity to finally make the change. Here’s why.
There is so much going on in the world right now that it is normal to feel overwhelmed, stressed, and a little down. While it can be tough to stay positive, here are some simple steps that will improve your general wellness and help you to stay happy and healthy during COVID-19.
If you’re approaching retirement, the current COVID-19 impacts on your financial security and the volatility of the investment markets that has come as a result, can lead to feelings of uncertainty and concern. During this time, it is important to be educated and informed on how you can preserve your retirement savings.
p>The current COVID-19 pandemic has posed many obstacles, even around what were once trivial, day to day tasks like grocery shopping and picking up essential items.
Restricted life doesn’t have to mean restricted motion. Being out of our normal routine and finding our feet in new routines may mean our exercise routine has gone out the window.
Although necessary to stop the spread of coronavirus during the current pandemic, self-isolation can be monotonous, and lead to a lot of spare time.
These are indeed strange and unprecedented times we are living in. The coronavirus pandemic has dominated our existence in ways we could never have predicted even a month ago. Hopefully what we are experiencing is a once in a lifetime event that we won’t see again in any of our lifetimes.
Living in these times of coronavirus has given us exposure to words we have probably never heard before when it comes to communication between humans.
Due to the daily changes in Federal and State Government regulations, Oak Tree Retirement will be providing regular updates relevant to our residents, employees and communities.
These will be distributed via email or in hard copy where safe to do so.
The Australian government has recently recommended self-isolation for people 70 years of age and older due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
We all know that social distancing and self-isolation is key to stop the spread of this virus and we are across that these are unprecedented times to take drastic and necessary measures.