Past webinars - click on the images below to watch.
“The only disability in life is a bad attitude.” This 60-minute webinar speaks to current Hawthorn Football Club Wheelchair AFL players and Monash University staff members Jeremy O’Halloran and Matthew Ingram on their individual journies in sport! They share their stories, sporting achievements and the different barriers they have faced while pursuing their passion for sport.
With fitness centres across the state reopening after an extensive lockdown period, the importance of a safe return to exercise has become a hot and crucial topic. Join us for this free 60-minute webinar with our panel of experts who will provide tips and advice to help you reach your peak performance.
There is a strong correlation between physical and mental health which is driving a more holistic approach to health and wellbeing. We will explore this further. This webinar features special guest panellists Professor Kim Cornish, a developmental cognitive neuroscientist, and Georgia Griffith, an Australian elite athlete who was on the cusp of qualifying for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo before COVID-19 struct, cancelling the qualifiers.
They will discuss the unique challenges that they have seen test their resiliency in recent times and how exercise and wellness have helped make them better suited to facing adversity today.
Exercise and physical activity provide us with many benefits to our overall health and wellbeing, but did you know that it can also help you achieve your academic goals? Join us as we speak with expert panellists from Monash University’s BrainPark to discuss how maintaining a regular exercise routine throughout your studies can improve cognitive performance - helping you reach your academic potential.
BrainPark is a joint venture between the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health and Monash Biomedical Imaging. It is a world-first neuroscience research clinic dedicated to creating better outcomes for people with compulsive behaviours; from unhealthy habits through to addictions and obsessive-compulsive disorder.