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About Rachelle Ballard-Clayton

Rachelle is the founder of MEE Active where she helps people step off the sidelines of life and into movement that matters. A certified Female Health and Performance coach, as well as movement and rehabilitation specialist, she enjoys teaching women about the connection between their mind and body. Find her at https://meeactive.com.au/.
Latest Posts | By Rachelle Ballard-Clayton
Can Menopause Affect Your Mental Health? Yes – But There’s Hope!
3 weeks ago

Can Menopause Affect Your Mental Health? Yes – But There’s Hope!

Some women experience moodiness, anxiety, and depression with the onset and different stages of menopause. This emotional upheaval can cause frustration and stress and can last for up to five years post-menopause. There are valid…
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Osteoporosis and Bone Density – What You Need to Know and How to Exercise
2 months ago

Osteoporosis and Bone Density – What You Need to Know and How to Exercise

There is a ton of information out there concerning osteoporosis and bone density, but many of us aren’t exactly familiar with these terms. So, let’s start with some basic definitions…
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In the Clutches of the Hot Flushes – What Are They and What Can You Do About Them?
3 months ago

In the Clutches of the Hot Flushes – What Are They and What Can You Do About Them?

Are you experiencing hot flushes? Have you been through menopause, but still have the same symptoms? This is a very common occurrence. 75% of women report experiencing hot flushes from approximately age of 40 through to 80…
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Afraid to Begin Exercising? These Tips Will Help You Start Well
5 months ago

Afraid to Begin Exercising? These Tips Will Help You Start Well

Has your doctor told you to become more active and take up some form of exercise? Are you left wondering what type of exercise to do and where to start?
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How to Combine Cognitive Function and Exercise to Improve Your Brain Power
6 months ago

How to Combine Cognitive Function and Exercise to Improve Your Brain Power

Exercise is good for the heart, bones, and muscles. Did you know it’s also good for the brain? Recent studies present exercise as a key player in preserving brain function as we age. Fit body…
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Resistance Training for Older Women? Yes, We Can Do It!
7 months ago

Resistance Training for Older Women? Yes, We Can Do It!

Everybody knows that regular physical activity and exercise play an important role in maintaining a healthy body at any age and more so for older adults…
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