I want to tell you about my Grandmother. What in incredible woman. My Nan. My hero. She raised eight amazing children, worked hard as a nurse to provide for her Family, and then went on to study Naturopathy - running her own successful and well respected clinic in Subiaco…Read More
Migraines are many things, they come in many different forms, frequencies and severities. Migraines come with many stories, and are often laden with the fears of ‘the next bad one’ or the dread that ‘they will never ever go away’.
The experience of a migraine is a completely subjective one, it is unique to the person, and like any complex pain experience, it is shaped by the things we think, feel, and do, and by the memories of previous experiences – along with all of the physiological happenings inside your body, and your brain, in the phases before, during and after the migraine.Read More
In June, around the world, attention is turned to the health and wellbeing of males. Particularly the preventable problems that are highlighted in the infographic you see. But, when you ask google for information regarding men’s health, even when you search only for ‘positive’, ‘good’ and ‘healthy’ information about being a man, you really have to dig through a lot of tough statistics to find the plus side. So we’ve found a constructive, solution focussed, way to rethink these negatives.Read More
Let’s LEARN a little GIVING and LOVING…
Linda Pang, founder of the ‘Feel Good Feb’ and ‘Kindness is Catching’ movements in Sydney, inspires us to have the intention and take the time to make others feel good. Linda’s website and facebook page offers ideas and resources to use for your own Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) to gift to strangers not just in February, but all year round. Kind acts like secretly paying for the coffee of the person in line behind you at a Café, or leaving a small positive handmade present for a stranger at a bus stop.