5 ways To Avoid Sitting Too Much

By On April 27, 2015

The negative impacts of excessive sitting have been well documented in recent months. And the findings are a little bit scary for someone like me who spends more than a few hours a… Read More


Spring Forth! Tis the season to be green

By On October 11, 2014

I feel sure there won’t be one person who does not welcome the arrival of of Spring! The first blossoms, daffodils nodding their heads in the breeze and a warmth that promises… Read More


In the Green Zone

By On May 26, 2014

I have just had an amazing weekend in Auckland at the Dr Libby “Beautiful You” workshop.  It was an action packed two days, which included huge amounts of information interspersed with Tai… Read More


Out of this World!

By On May 2, 2014

How often do we take time to look at the stars and ponder on what is ‘out there’. We are all familiar with the energies of the moon, and became acutely aware… Read More


Thumbs up for Easter!

By On April 19, 2014

If you ask a child to say the first thing that comes to mind when they think of Easter, I’m guessing the word “chocolate” will be on their lips…literally. This word alone… Read More


Which Style of Yoga is for You?

By On April 18, 2014

With the skyrocketing popularity of yoga there are classes popping up all over the place, in studios, gyms, halls and schools, which offer a plethora of styles to choose from. With so… Read More


Just Breathe!

By On April 13, 2014

It is one of our most basic requirements of life, and yet how many of us think about how we breathe? Check in with yourself, honestly – without thought, do you take… Read More


Hug your fingers and breathe!

By On April 6, 2014

As human beings we are here to experience emotion. However, long term emotional stress and perpetual negative thoughts can become embedded and a part of who we are, eventually creating one or… Read More


Are you mindful…. or mind-FULL?!

By On April 3, 2014

♡ MINDFUL♡ As humans, our natural state of being is pure and radiant health but how many of us can say we get to enjoy this very often? Why do we feel… Read More


Visceral manipulation – restoring natural motion

By On March 24, 2014

In the same way that a wine or tea taster can pick up a variety of flavours lost to most of us, or that a good farmer will know which sheep in… Read More