Health and help for less fortunate

During March, Catalyst Health and Wellness Centre, in conjunction with the local Ballarat Soup Bus, are creating awareness about our health and would like your help.

WORKING TOGETHER: Every person who considers making a change to their lifestyle means we are one step closer to creating a healthier community within Ballarat.

WORKING TOGETHER: Every person who considers making a change to their lifestyle means we are one step closer to creating a healthier community within Ballarat.

By looking after your own health this month, Catalyst will look after your local community by donating 50 per cent of your initial chiropractic and podiatry consult fee to The Soup Bus.  

Good living is about being able to function and move well. The goal at Catalyst Chiropractic is to ensure everyone gets the care they need and appropriate planning, advice and activities so you are empowered to move and live well for a long and active life. The staff understand your feet are important assets and that improved foot function and decreased pain can enhance your health, your life, and enable you to do the things you enjoy.

The Ballarat Soup Bus is a 100 per cent volunteer-run organisation providing meals for the homeless and less fortunate five nights a week, 52 weeks of the year. This year they are working to develop a second bus to be able to keep up with demand. The money being donated by Catalyst is going to towards new equipment for this second bus.  

Make some time for your own health this month by booking your initial consult at Catalyst Health and Wellness Centre. Share the news with family and friends and grab one of our brochures to pass onto others after your first consult. The more people who consider their own health, the more your local Soup Bus will benefit.