Blossum into Spring

Blossom into Spring Sensual September While the official timeline of spring has only just arrived the environment around my local area appears to have been celebrating in full swing for the last 2 weeks.  The glorious song of birds welcome each new day.  The visual splendour of new flowering arrivals and soft scents linger through the warming air; and new family arrivals are seen across plant and animal species alike.  Heck even the stock exchange marks spring with company dividends to shareholders!! Human behaviour appears to adapt with environmental changes.  Each new season nurtures a change in thought, feeling and […]

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The Art of Conscious Presence

MIND*FUL*NESS What does Mindfulness mean? Well that depends on who you ask?  Interpretations on any topic can be varied so I started my quest for research by asking my children for their input, who answered: Focusing, understanding and staying on task Thinking of what you are going to do before you do it Mindfulness 2. A mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique. Oxford Dictionary Cultures such as Buddhism, Taoism and Yoga intricately weave Mindfulness in their practises and its

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Chia Seed Chocolate Cake

Chia Seed Chocolate Cake that’s eggless! No Dairy either!! Chia seed is all the rage and no wonder as this little seed really does pack a punch with its nutritional value!  Native to South America the Chia (also gluten free) resembles the humble Sesame Seed!  While Sesame Seed has a broad variety of nutrient value – the Chia is rich in Omega 3, fibre and many other nutrients such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron and many more. Another ingredient I often use in baking is Olive Oil!  Olive Oil is classed as a monounsaturated fat and considered a healthy dietary fat just like

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SUPER HUMAN   What do you believe? Are you one of the many (like I was) who could do it all – without help?  I remember feeling isolated and alone and it was all at my own doing! Yes you read it right – ‘at my own doing’.  My stress levels increased so dramatically that I ‘shut off from the world’.  Looking in through the eyes of my family I was “always angry or sad” and my children would say “mum, you never smile anymore”. Through personal development and Kinesiology I discovered I had a belief that “I was supposed


Autumn Newsletter

What’s New For the past 7 months I have had the pleasure of being part of the beautiful team at HealYou Holistic Centre in Rowan Street, Wangaratta. As I continue to evolve my life’s story a new chapter is unfolding! The 1st of April 2014 brings the beginning of that new chapter and I am very excited to share with you my move to join the team of vibrant health practitioners at North East Natural Health Centre in Ely Street, Wangaratta. For those of you that visit me in Barnawartha have comfort knowing that I am available on Wednesday’s for

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Blueberry Cinnamon Muffins

Blueberry/Raspberry Cinnamon Muffins  I was inspired by a recipe I came across on ReBlinged and as I generally do with recipes – changed it!!.  I like to cook with ingredients that I have had success with, however I like to experience with food too.  And of course I always receive ‘honest’ feedback from my ‘food panel’ – my three children! If you would like to look at the original recipe follow this link https://www.facebook.com/ReBling.ed   Ingredients 2 Cups of Spelt Flour 4 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp Himalayan Salt 1/2 tsp Cinnamon 1/2 good quality Olive Oil 2/3 Cup Castor Sugar or Brown Sugar (I use this

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February 2014 Newsletter

PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE  LOOKING BACK As some of you may know I am fairly ‘headstrong’ though at times lack the resources to drive my ideas all the way.  Maybe you can relate? Early 2013 I decided with some friendly advice to branch out (swift kick up my backside, thank you Kay Fredericks), and extend my practice into Wangaratta.  After all, I did spend several of my teenage and young adulthood years in Wangaratta so I thought, yeah, I can do that, and what an adventure it will be. After a day or so, I started to think…how will I find

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Kinesiology can help overcome bullying - teenagers

School Yard Bullying

We all view bullying differently Some say ‘that’s life’, ‘I know my kids, they wouldn’t do that’, ‘they’re just going through a rough patch’, ‘they need to toughen up’, ‘oh – that’s kids being kids’ or ‘life’s not meant to be easy’. How do you justify to a family after a child, teenager, adolescent or adult has committed suicide from the repeated, deliberate hurt whether they sought assistance or not? How would you feel hearing ‘that’s life, ‘toughen up’ or ‘that’s just kids’? Bullying has been a hot topic in recent times! While at school I, as a victim of

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Essential Health Journal

2014 is starting with a fresh addition.  An idea in the making for over 9 months.  Introducing the new Personalised Essential Health Journal with continuous discounts and big value, all stored in a compact, easy access portable ‘all in one’ journal. With this ‘Essential Health Journal’ you earn points every appointment you attend.  These points can be  redeemed at each visit or accumulated.  I love referrals too, so to thankyou for referring me on to others you can also earn additional bonus points per referral that book and attend.  And off course all these points equate to significant discounts! This Journal is

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December 2013 |Newsletter

SOUL FOOD “The lead up to Christmas begins well before December.  The ‘whirlwind’ of thoughts begin…for some, it could be related to preparing for travel over the holiday period, maybe you’re hosting Christmas at your own home, perhaps you are working or volunteering during this busy time.  The question of ‘what do I need to do’ to prepare for this time of year is the initial thought to the borage of ‘to do’ lists”. If we look at ‘reverse planning’ from Christmas to the present moment we can often create easy and effective tools and strategies to support the process and even

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