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Three Tips for Autumn Wellbeing

Autumn marks the end of the growing season, having provided the harvest, nature now makes everything bare. In this season nature lets go of its abundant creation of the past year in a grand final display. Just like in nature, our bodies transition through ‘seasons’ with different organs, physiology and aspects of ourselves in focus [...]

Bowen curious? Heard about it but not sure what it’s all about?

Bowen is a gentle structural technique that aims to gently stimulate the body's own innate healing mechanism, reminding the physical body to realign itself where possible. If there is tension in one part of the body the whole musculoskeletal system can be compromised and effected, creating pain, discomfort or simply feeling physically out of whack. [...]

By | 2017-05-25T12:13:22+00:00 March 19th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Kundalini Yoga for the Recovery of Birth Trauma

“A birth is defined as traumatic if the woman was or believed she or her baby was in danger of injury or death and she felt helpless and out of control, this can occur at any point in labour and birth.”(Beck2004a) As a mother myself, I know plenty of women who have given birth. It’s [...]

So what is Kirtan?

Kirtan is a practice of traditional Indian Devotional Chanting-  an enjoyable and simple way to achieve a blissful state of yogic peace and purification. Traditional Sanskrit Mantras are sung with the accompaniment of Harmonium, Indian percussion and nowadays guitar bass and other instruments. The Kirtan “Leader” sings the mantra and the group repeats in unison. [...]

By | 2017-05-25T12:13:24+00:00 August 29th, 2014|Yoga & Meditation|0 Comments

Intrusive thoughts: A common occurrence in new Mothers

Intrusive distressing thoughts are normal and we all experience them from time to time. Research shows that they are even more common after giving birth - up to 80% of all new mothers report distressing unwanted thoughts concerning fears of intentionally or accidentally causing harm to the baby. This suggests that thoughts concerning safety may [...]

By | 2017-05-25T12:13:24+00:00 August 13th, 2014|Mental Attitudes, Parenting|0 Comments

The nature of winter and your body

Winter is the time of rest and retreat, where the Yin Qi is now dominant and the Yang Qi moves inward to regenerate. In nature winter is a time of stillness and quiet. Cold causes things to slow down and contract, making you feel even colder and can lead to symptoms such as cold hands [...]

Reduce Stress and Manage Anxiety

Anxiety is rife amongst us.  In this day and age there are more people suffering from anxiety and stress related illnesses than ever in the history of mankind. Anxiety is becoming a living breathing monster that feeds off so many in its path. It is crippling people and destroying lives. Stresses of modern day life [...]