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How to optimise your health and wellness


Thursday 3 December 12:00pm-1:00pm AEDT (And available for four weeks after for ticket holders)


Free for Premium members | Free for Masterclass Pass holders | $24.95 non-members

Event Type

Masterclass Online

All of our Masterclasses are recorded and available for four weeks, so if you can’t make it live, register anyway we’ll sent you the video later.

If you’re anything like us, you’re feeling pretty knackered and crawling towards the finish line of 2020.  

When you’re exhausted, it can feel like the world is competing for your limited energy and attention. You might get a shorter temper towards the end of a long day, feel like you just want to stay in bed and sleep for a year, or catch that cold you’ve been putting off for months when you finally get a chance to relax. In some cases, these feelings of exhaustion and tension can lead to auto-immune conditions, chronic diseases and persistent pain.    

Every one of us is unique, and while the problems we have seem common (especially in a year like this one), the solution to finding our best health must be personalised. In our next Masterclass Online, Dr Cameron McDonald will unpack the biology of how we’re all different, and explain how an understanding of this can help to take control of our health, time, relationships, energy and performance. He will provide strategies for each of us to maximise resilience, recover from stress and create more flow in all areas of life.  

You’ll leave this masterclass with: 

  • A better understanding of how stress, resilience and self-awareness function together   
  • Knowledge on how and why people are different, and how this influences their optimum version of nutrition, exercise, sleep, social and work life.   


About Dr Cameron McDonald 

Dr Cam is an internationally recognised speaker and leader in the field of personalised health and how it relates to corporate life, stress and health on all levels. He started as an accredited exercise physiologist, accredited practising dietitian, and completed his PhD studying the effects of lifestyle medicine in women who had experienced breast cancer.  


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