Our top tips for health and wellbeing

16th April 2020

Learn our top tips for adapting to change for your health and wellbeing, including exercise activities and nourishing recipes.

For our customers adapting to working from home, observing social distancing and possibly home schooling, it is vital that you put your health and wellbeing first.

Let’s use this time to do the things that our busy lives never before allowed, while looking after ourselves and each other.  



It’s important to keep up a daily dose of fresh air and exercise so set aside time to get outdoors to run, walk or cycle.

For those missing their regular gym workout, Chris Hemsworth, a familiar name even if you’ve never watched him in Thor, is offering his online gym sessions free for six weeks.

And you have to love our own Sydney Dance Company who have launched a virtual studio with dance classes for all ability levels. 



No commute gives you more time to focus on your health and wellbeing. Who needs to go to a yoga class in person when there are 254 million yoga videos on YouTube. Yoga with Adriene has a 6 million plus following and includes Welcome Home - 30 Days of Yoga, a series that could have been tailored for those looking at a long stay indoors.

If you’re a believer that you only get what you pay for, you could check out the top 9 online yoga classes as rated by finder.com.au.



Slow living gives us all a chance to focus on the things in life that bring joy and help us connect. Preparing a nourishing meal in which we have poured our love and creativity is not just food for the body but for the soul. You will find plenty of inspiration at SBS Food, on free to air TV or the website.   

And remember to make every meal a special occasion. Switch off the TV, set a beautiful table, light some candles and enjoy the company, whether you are with family or yourself.


Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.  

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.