What are you choosing to make time for?

Posted on Sep 23rd 2021

|| You will never "find" time for anything. If you want time, you must make it. ~Charles Buxton ~Have you ever looked at one of your holiday pictures and thought – ahhh how amazing was this, I must pencil in a break again - and then time goes by, something else seems to always take priority and you just don’t seem to get around to it?Of course, since the pandemic, the landscape for planning a trip away has dramatically changed. However, I’m not only referring to a holiday - what about all those other times when we denied ourselves the opportunity to experience what truly lights us up?I&...

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The Value of Grounding.

Posted on Aug 25th 2021

How good does the ground feel on your bare feet?I took this photo when visiting the Crystal Castle as part of my June wellness trip in 2021. I jumped at the chance to let my feet breathe and walk on this uneven stone surface, massaging the soles of my feet and associated reflex zones while mindfully circling the massive rose quartz crystal placed in the middle of the area.It was a perfect opportunity to combine two very powerful grounding practices – focusing on the feet and being present in the body while being literally connected to the Earth.Life can be oh so amazing and by the same token, demanding and busy. We tend ...

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Creating your sanctuary - breathe, relax and surrender.

Posted on Jul 23rd 2021

When I stayed at Gaia Retreat & Spa in June 2021 (a reward to myself), I had the pleasure of spending time in this beautiful space, starting my day with yoga while soaking up the peaceful vibes and stunning views.Yoga has been a constant companion in my life, in fact I studied yoga and taught for a while (now 18+ years ago). Whenever I practice, I find a feeling of deep groundedness, connection and flow.At Gaia, the class began with laying down to consciously connect with our body and, our breath, using breathing techniques to activate the Vagus Nerve, which is often referred to as the healing nerve - it calms our system and switches ...

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Vagus Nerve - Switch on your relaxation response.

Posted on Jan 2nd 2021

The Vagus Nerve is involved in vital aspects of our overall wellbeing, mental health and physiology of the body. Often referred to as the healing nerve, it relaxes and calms our nervous and overall system.Derived from Latin, vagus - meaning wandering - it is a rather appropriate description as the Vagus Nerve constitutes the longest cranial nerve, extending from the head (via neck, heart, lungs) to the abdomen, thus innervating there areas and enabling communication to and from the brain.The Vagus Nerve carries a number of important functions, contributing to the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), specifically its parasympathetic division. What is the role of the ANS?The ANS regulates the activities of ...

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The magic of water - staying hydrated.

Posted on Nov 23rd 2020

What is your daily water intake like?I pose this question to every new client and regularly check in with my existing clients to keep hydration at front of mind. With the body being made up of ~70% water, water carries a number of vital functions in the body, to name a few, it:Protects our organs and tissuesLubricates and keeps our joints healthyRegulates body temperatureDissolves nutrients and makes them accessible to bodyCarries nutrients and oxygen to the cellsAids digestion and bowel movementFlushes waste or toxins from the body (and therefore supports kidney/liver function)Supports brain function and keeps us mentally sharp and switched on.If we get too low on water, thirst is one ...

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The next steps of the journey.

Posted on Oct 31st 2020

Are you looking forward or back?We are over ¾ quarters through 2020 and oh what a year it has been so far – life as we knew it has been literally put up-side-down. There were times where I truly didn’t know where I was at and in which direction I should be looking, let alone be taking.It’s easy to get stuck in the past and the ‘what if’s - while this is not necessarily desirable, I believe looking back and reflecting on what has been, can be beneficial. I find it brings me a lot of clarity to sit down, grab a few blank pieces of ...

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Consciously choosing joy, light & flow.

Posted on Sep 12th 2020

The scent of spring is in the air – coupled with the recent stunning sunny weather, I felt inspired to take a closer look at my attitude to life and be more mindful of how I approach each day.I work with flower essences on a regular basis, in the clinic with my clients, and also on a personal level – they always reveal incredible messages and teach us a lot about ourselves. The products by Hanako Therapies form an integral part of my kinesiology treatments (I am also a proud stockist.)For September, I selected the Lavender Flower Essence as it serves as a wonderful reminder to:Kick up our heels every now and ...

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Prioritising wellbeing & selfcare.

Posted on Aug 15th 2020

How do you nurture yourself?I took this photo last year in Sri Lanka where I stayed at a boutique hotel (The Secret Ella) on top of a mountain – it was pure bliss & relaxation. Of course, this is the definition of a holiday, right? When being away from home, I find it easy to switch off and look after myself. Doing so, when in the midst of life, managing the day-to-day, well, that’s a different story - can you relate?Recently, I've experienced some physical challenges including joint issues which prevented me to go about things in the usual way. It is never pleasant to be in pain and to ...

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Enhancing immunity and vitality: Thymus Tapping.

Posted on Apr 21st 2020

There are many ways to support and boost the immune system - activating the Thymus Gland can be another helpful technique to support your health and vitality, especially when you feel run down, stressed or overwhelmed and/or your immune system is down. What is the Thymus Gland?Located between the lungs and behind the upper part of your sternum or breast bone (you may be able to feel a tiny bump in the sternum right above it), the Thymus Gland (Thymus) is one of our endocrine glands. It is involved in the lymphatic system, the body's defence network, and closely associated with the immune system.Essentially, the Thymus produces and ‘trains&...

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Calming Technique: Calm yourself and your system.

Posted on Apr 21st 2020

My Calming Technique is a simple yet effective way to calm and settle yourself, your mind and your nervous system. It is a great tool in moments of stress as it helps you to re-connect to your centre and anchor you into the present moment, enhancing your ability to think more clearly again. My clients love using this technique and find it very beneficial. I recommend it when you feel anxious, worried or overwhelmed. It can be done anywhere, anytime.Let's get started:Stand, sit or lie down comfortablyPlace one palm on your forehead - this will bring the blood flow to the front (rational) part of your brain, your pre-frontal cortex, away ...

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Staying grounded & balanced.

Posted on Mar 17th 2020

How do we stay anchored in unsettling times like we’re experiencing right now?Essential oils are a wonderful wellness strategy and support for our wellbeing. Grounding blends are one of my go-to oils - they strengthen our connection to the earth, helping us to stay present, stable & connected. They also connect us to our inner strength so we can achieve our goals & manifest our vision - with the patience of a tree.There is a lot going on at the moment, worldwide and in Australia – of course, we need to stay informed & realistic, yet it is equally important to stay calm, clear & sensible by focusing on what we ...

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Nurturing an abundant mindset.

Posted on Feb 6th 2020

Do you live your days from a viewpoint of abundance or one of lack or scarcity?It can be easy to get drawn into negative thoughts and attitudes, perhaps prompted by a particular incident at work, or, especially of late, by watching the news and hearing about the fires and the environmental challenges. Such events can deeply influence us, and we can, often unconsciously, get stuck in a space of negativity, low spirit and even anxiety, which can be tricky to find a way out of.A mindset of scarcity or gloom can affect our mood, motivation and energy. It may also influence our relationships, our performance at work or our drive to accomplish what ...

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Creating space for stillness.

Posted on Nov 25th 2019

For as long as I can remember a part of me wanted to meditate, intuitively sensing that the practice of meditation would do wonders for me – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.Why may you ask? My German upbringing was ingrained with a cultural norm to continually strive for more; I always had a tendency to work too much and felt lost when I was asked to relax. Kinesiology gradually helped me release some of my rigidity and rewire myself and my brain - accepting that ‘doing nothing’, can indeed be one of the greatest achievements (a.k.a. enjoyment), cultivating creative ideas and solutions.Thus, concepts such as slowing down, finding balance, ...

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How do you feel about change?

Posted on Oct 1st 2019

Change as they say, is inevitable - regardless of how big or small, there always seems to be a certain level of discomfort that comes along with it. Not surprising really - the reality is, any type of change takes us out of our comfort zone, especially changes we don’t initiate! They can have quite an effect on us and in my view, can feel like a double-edged sword: on one side they can bring up various survival emotions such as panic, fear, anger or a plain freeze state coupled with feeling a loss of control; on the other side, they present us with an opportunity to step back, detach, evaluate and ...

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Follow the path to a new you.

Posted on Aug 21st 2019

I love this photo. I love how the wooden pathway makes a beeline for the water. I feel like I can walk right to the edge and just dive in.And that’s what I did! I have just returned from spending three weeks in Sri Lanka, a holiday I have been planning (and dreaming about) for three years. And it was everything I expected and more. It was time to tour an exotic country, with a beautiful blend of adventure, and fun with relaxation and rejuvenation.I think one of the wonderful things from travel is to gain a new perspective on life; there is nothing like stepping away from your real world ...

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