• Jahne Hope-Williams

    Perfect your yoga practice and change the world – one yogi at a time

    THE AUSTRALASIAN YOGA INSTITUTE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM …now enrolling You will be attending (by distance and zoom) an internationally recognised yoga teacher DISTANCE training program, with a 50-year heritage. Our course has been re-calibrated taking into consideration difficulties presented by COVID lockdowns. It is comprised of lectures, workshops, practices, ...

  • Simone Maus

    The Human Factor Online

    The COVID lockdown has seen a revolution in the way businesses – and individuals – are connecting, communicating, and collaborating. While online meeting platforms have proven themselves to be indispensable tools, they come with some caveats. Here are some expert’s valuable tips on getting the most out of your online ...

  • Daniel Van der Pluym

    Self-esteem and why it’s important to you

    Do you frequently wonder if you are good enough? Do you worry if you’ll ever be thin enough, or smart enough? What about talented enough, or likeable enough? Maybe you are permanently scarred by a hurtful remark made by a school bully. Or a belittling comment loudly whispered across the ...

  • Daniel Van der Pluym

    Coping with uncertainty

    What can we do to help with uncertainty? Here are some hints to help you if you ever feel like a big heavy blanket of doubt and uncertainty has been pulled over you. Some people who have been able to bounce back from periods of stress caused by uncertainty and ...

  • Mark Carter

    How to better harness the four layers of your mind

    The layers of our mind are the functioning cogs that allow us to take in information, consider options, make our choices and ultimately communicate or deal with all aspects of our external world. The mind, your mind, may be a wonderful servant yet terrible master; so the ability to consciously ...

  • Sponsored Article

    Jump to it: health and body benefits of skipping

    Has the COVID-19 lockdown seen you getting a bit sluggish? Is it time to JUMP back into health and vitality?! The skipping rope – or jump rope – is a versatile and convenient tool There are many benefits to jump rope training like increased muscle activation, higher calories burned, and ...

  • Dr. Narjes Gorjizadeh

    Looking after your mind to look after your future

    Do you have the mind skills required to perform at your best during difficult times? We are standing on a turning point in this unprecedented time now. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted many of our life patterns and we don’t know what the future will be like. We might feel ...

  • Merelyn Carter

    Restore and explore to achieve balance

    Achieving the level of balance we desire in our busy lives can seem a daunting task at times. I’ve discovered through experience that there are two important aspects that contribute to healthy and happy people – the ability to both restore and explore. RESTORE In this category, I include those activities that allow ...

  • Dwana Walsh

    Covid Fever vs Cabin Fever – tips to survive and thrive

    While the world is collectively working hard to stave off and keep others safe from infection and fever, many of us are now also at risk of catching another serious and potentially life threatening fever… Cabin Fever! This is the type of fever which challenges your sense of worth. Wreaks ...

  • Lee Wilson

    Should you contact your ex on Valentine’s Day?

    If you are trying to get your ex back after a breakup, it’s tempting to think that Valentine’s Day might be a day when reaching out could touch their heart the most. But will it help or hurt your chances with them if you reach out on that special day? ...

  • LivingNow

    How the dead disrupt relationships

    Many couples choose to express their love by tying the knot. Unfortunately, almost half of marriages do not last forever! And, in fact, many couples find themselves in relationships that cause deep emotional and physical pain and distress. Psychologists and self-help experts abound with theories on how couples can repair ...

  • Craig Fallshaw

    The importance of purpose

    It is very easy in this day of social media and the busy noise that is all around us to forget why we do what we do. Sometimes it’s important to check in and remember why. If you don’t know why you do what you do, how do you know ...

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