Celebrating your success

There are many different ways people celebrate their successes and achievements. At this time of year, it’s traditional for people to reflect on what they’ve achieved over the previous calendar year. And, not suprisingly, there are some common ways that people celebrate and show gratitude to themselves for their achievements. In this article from Tony Robbins’ blog, a few of the most common responses to the question ‘How do you celebrate your success?’ are explored.

You can read the full article here:

https://www.tonyrobbins.com/mind-meaning/how-do-you-celebrate-your-success/

Common themes include:

  • Being thankful and using the success to drive further achievement.
  • Being present with and sharing achievements with family, friends and the people that made it possible.
  • Dancing and expressing joy.

They are all very simple, but a very important part of the process of setting goals, working towards them and, ultimately, achieving them. Without properly appreciating what we’ve achieved, we will be less likely to truly achieve our potential.


At MOSIC, we aim to help our community achieve their goals in health and wellbeing.

If you would like to find out more about how we can help you achieve yours, then please feel free to ask a question or contact us on:

Pilates equipment at MOSIC

No two things are alike, even if they may look the same…and Pilates equipment is no exception. Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre utilises a wide range of premium Pilates equipment from reputable brands to provide our clients with a great experience that goes beyond what many average studios can offer.

We use equipment from Balanced Body, Pilates Equip and Peak Pilates at our studios. Our Collins Street studio even has a ‘classical’ reformer from Brooklyn, New York!

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Treating bursitis

Bursitis is the inflammation of the small sacs of synovial fluid that help muscles and tendons slide easily across bone. It can occur in various parts of the body, most commonly the shoulder, knee & hip.

Did you know that Osteopaths are trained to treat all kinds of mechanical issues that cause bursitis? Combined with Pilates and/or other exercise classes, Osteopathy offers a great longer term solution to the underlying biomechanical issues. Rather than simply treating the symptoms with steroid injections, a targeted approach like this can have a much longer-lasting effect.

You can find out more about bursitis here.


Dr Jeff Harris is an experienced Osteopath with a keen interest in lower limb injuries and gait analysis. If you would like to speak to Jeff or one of our other practitioners about bursitis or any other issue, please feel free to ask a questioncontact us or email us at:

info@melbourneosteopathycentre.com.au