Wellness

Remembering how to relax 7-week Kundalini yoga course to alleviate Stress and Anxiety With Nancy Hanley

Remembering how to relax 7-week Kundalini yoga course to alleviate Stress and Anxiety With Nancy Hanley   Our ability to relax, or to even know what that truly feels like, is diminishing. We spend way too much time in a ‘switched on’ hyper alert state, ending up ‘tired and wired’, and generally unable to cope.   [...]

By |2019-12-16T10:56:49+11:00February 10th, 2020||0 Comments

How does Chinese Medicine work?

“Tong Ze Bu Tong; Bu Tong Ze Tong” Huang Di Nei Jing  “If there is free flow, there is no pain; if there is pain, there is lack of free flow.”   In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi (air or fluid) is stimulated at specific Acupuncture points to create a balanced flow throughout the body, this is said to balance the Yin and Yang of the body and create a smooth flow of [...]

Repair the Nervous System with iRest Yoga Nidra – 8 week course

iRest Yoga Nidra With Rachel Hanrahan - 8 Week Course   We live in a time of emphasis on production, consumption and over stimulation, this overwhelm can manifest as insomnia, tiredness, substance abuse, depression and anxiety. Fortunately, there are ancient paths walked before that share wisdom technologies that help restore our “True Nature” and well [...]

By |2020-01-23T12:20:18+11:00February 1st, 2020||0 Comments

Shen Gong ~ Spiritual Practice of Qigong Workshop With Nicole Betts

Shen Gong ~ Spiritual Practice of Qigong   Shen Gong is the practice of eliciting presence and focused awareness through the physical practice of Qigong and the internal practice of Nei Gong. Explore connection to the Tao ~ the Way ~ the ancient practice of internal alchemy familiar to some as oneness or nothingness. Understand [...]

By |2019-09-16T16:02:58+10:00October 5th, 2019||0 Comments

How mindfulness can help you to deal better with stress – Part 3 By Dr Alla Demutska (Insight Psychology Centre) and Dr Richard Chambers

The stress response   40,000 years ago, two cave people walked out of their cave. It was summer and the sun was shining. One of the cave people thought to themselves “What a lovely day…I think I will go and eat some berries and have a swim, and later I might lie and watch the [...]

Winter – Time to rug up, eat walnuts & have acupuncture By Leela Klein

Winter – Time to rug up, eat walnuts & have acupuncture   Chinese Medicine encourages us to live in harmony with the seasons, and according to Chinese medicine theory, there are five seasons – winter, spring, summer, late summer, and autumn. Winter is the season of hibernation, when energy moves inward. A time of retreat [...]