• Kate Mantello

    Navigating the healing journey

    The four stages of the complex healing journey, from realisation to transformation.   From realisation to transformation The work that holistic and energetic therapists do in our healing rooms is profound. We join our clients on intensely emotional and transformational journeys with life-changing results. But no matter how skilled or ...

  • Michelle Teunon

    The lessons of winter

    There is a lot to learn from winter. Go slow, tune in, and plant your seeds for growth in spring.   Have you ever considered what it must have been like for our ancestors pushing through a long, cold winter before the creation of electricity and gas? For them this ...

  • Carol Talbot

    The ABCs of self-improvement and your health

    You’ve probably heard the saying ‘a healthy mind creates a healthy body’ or learned in school that the mind controls the body through the central nervous system. Here are the ABCs to get you started on using self-improvement to benefit your health.   A – Awareness Your thoughts are more ...

  • Casey Conroy

    The non-diet approach

    Genuine alternatives to the ‘lose weight, gain more weight’ diet cycle do exist, and they have the power to restore health and reconnect us to the innate wisdom of our bodies.   Are you sick of hearing about the newest weight loss diet? I know I am! Weight loss hysteria ...

  • Clare Pace

    Manifesting wellness

    Think well and be well. Could it really be as simple and easy as that? Manifesting wellness is more complex and requires on-going effort, but it is a fun and joyful journey.   Think well and be well. Could it really be as simple and easy as that? Realistically, no. ...

  • Aaila Greene

    Are you getting enough touch?

    Is your human touch pot bubbling over happily or are you hungrily scraping the dregs looking for more? Just how much touch do you need to fill your personal quota?   Touch: everybody’s talking about it. Bruce Springsteen sang about it with “I just want something to hold on to, ...

  • Rhonda Murray

    Restricting touch – have we gone too far?

    Have we lost the joy of a gentle touch in the fear of inappropriate touching? Perhaps it is time to reassess how our sense of touch can be used appropriately and effectively.   A simple touch of a hand can mean so much: comfort, empathy, encouragement, and more. Yet we ...

  • Megan Hateley

    Mindful parenting and family well-being

    Mindful parenting provides an approach to parenting that can serve to enhance both the parent’s and child’s well-being, and it’s catching on.   Get up, get dressed, feed the kids, make lunches, pack the bags, grab some toast and race out the door – a normal morning of chaos. Sound ...

  • Alison Burton

    Creating better birth

    Many unconscious beliefs are created at birth, so perhaps empowering women to manage a normal, healthy, and natural birth might be an idea worth exploring.   Creating a welcoming environment for birth    Before I became pregnant for the first time I read a beautiful book called Childbirth Without Violence, by ...

  • Jules Sutherland

    Ebb and flow

    I have spent the vast majority of my life living in a highly sensitive woman’s body, but treating it more like a machine. A Chinese doctor once said to me, “You’re probably in for a short and hectic life.”   I got my first period when I was ten. In ...

  • Living Now

    Recipes from The Adriatic Kitchen

    These tantalising treats from the sun-soaked Croatian island of Korčula will take your tastebuds on a trip to the Adriatic Sea. Recipes extracted with permission from The Adriatic Kitchen published by Exisle Publishing.   Roast chicken with pomegranate and spinach There are two varieties of pomegranate in Račišće — one ...

  • Clare Pace

    The role of homeopathy in the pursuit of wellness

    As the wellness industry in Australia flourishes, what role will be assigned to the much maligned field of homeopathy?   While homeopathy remains on the fringes of acceptance in Australia, the rest of the world takes a different view with the World Health Organization claiming it is the fastest growing, ...

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