Mental Health

September 10, 2020

Written by Margo Field – Counselling, Coaching and Hypnosis How to be better at managing disagreements with your partner Robert and I don’t really have big disagreements. We align well on big ticket items like money, commitment, work, spirituality, politics and adventure. That doesn’t mean that he doesn’t annoy me or that we don’t argue. […]

September 5, 2020

Written by Camille Scott – Remedial Massage Therapist Whether you are a regular massage enthusiast, or you only get one when you’re in pain, there are certain tricks you can employ both before and after your massage that can extend the life of the physical benefits and your post massage relaxation bliss… Probably the most […]

August 27, 2020

Written by Jen Frankcombe-Campbell – Crystal Reiki, Children’s Nutrition, Health & Wellness Coach How many times have you done a detox or a cleanse and felt great but not complete?? I have spent years on my own healing journey, during this time I have also studied different areas in health and wellness and feel it is […]

August 20, 2020

Written by Jessica Jackman (Osteopath) Sleep has to be one of things we can take for granted in our day-to-day life. It is important to maintain healthy sleeping habits to allow your body to function properly and maintain good overall wellbeing.  A good night’s sleep can help regulate both mental and physical health. As an […]

August 9, 2020

Written by Nicolette Truscott – Acupuncturist / Chinese Medicine Practitioner Here in Victoria we are collectively experiencing a somewhat unprecedented time during this COVID-19 pandemic. Lockdowns, curfews, masks and restrictions have, for most of us, translated to an increase in a variety of stressors that we are having to navigate for the first time. These […]

August 7, 2020

Written by Pia Laura Civitarese – Kinesiologist Build your faith muscle, Take your weather with you and shine from the inside In this current climate I have been tapping into songs, movies, meditations, dancing, cleaning horse paddocks, sleep, cooking and whatever will bring me back to my centre and fire me into my creativity.  Over […]

July 23, 2020

  Written by Margo Field – Life coach, counselor and hypnotherapist.  Socially distancing from the rest of the world means you’re hanging out more in your home. And this means you’re spending more time with your loved ones. Yes, this can be great, but it also has its challenges. All relationships have to manage differences. One […]

July 10, 2020

Written by Camille Scott – Remedial Massage Therapist Have you ever laid down on a massage table at the start of your appointment, felt your body relax down and realised how much tension you were holding? Perhaps you made the appointment because you started out with a small twinge in your back but figured it […]

June 12, 2020

Written by Margo Field (Life Coach, Counsellor, Hypnosis) Marriage is hard. I know this firsthand. Yet I did not hesitate when Robert asked me to marry him. The answer was a big happy ‘yes’. But, then we waited fifteen years. Speaking personally, it was my second marriage and, clearly, I was scared about making a […]

June 2, 2020

A bit like a Picasso painting of the weeping women Or the kid in the old HBA Advert? “when the crocodile bit my guts out, my head went that way and my body went that way. “ Written by Pia Laura Civitarese (Kinesiologist) Sometimes change can feel dramatic, feeling like you are at sixes and […]

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