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Anxiety – managing the restlessness within

By Mel   •   September 2nd, 2019

Anxiety – managing the restlessness within

We may all suffer some form of mental health illness in our lifetime whether it is anxiety, depression or both.  Latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show one in five Australians have a mental or behavioral condition and this is on the rise. Symptoms of anxiety can be very unsettling. Your heart rate increases, your mind races and you can no longer think straight. Though everyone experiences anxiety a bit differently, there are some more common symptoms to look out for: racing heart; hot flushes, sweating and skin clamminess; rapid breathing; and/or frequent ...read more

10 Everyday Uplifts

By Mel   •   October 10th, 2018


Walk outdoors – in the sunshine or the rain. Walk in a park, along the beach or in the bush. Reconnect with nature away from the stress of home or work. Breathe in the fresh air and take in the smells and sounds around you. Watch the sunrise – or sunset. Seeing the amazing colours at these times of day can be very inspiring. Listen to music – music can easily change your mood as it evokes memories. And it doesn’t have to be classical music – find a tune that makes you happy and may even make you sing. Play with your pet –a pets love is unconditional and being around a ...read more

Anxiety – Managing the Restlessness Within

By Mel   •   October 9th, 2017

Anxiety – Managing the Restlessness Within

 We may all suffer some form of mental health in our lifetime whether it is depression or anxiety or both. But with all the pressures of modern life, the fast pace, social media, mobile phones, it seems this is on the increase.Symptoms of anxiety can be very unsettling. Your heart rate increases, your mind races and you can no longer think straight. Though everyone experiences anxiety a bit differently, there are some more common symptoms to look out for:racing heart;hot flushes, sweating and skin clamminess;rapid breathing; and/orfrequent gastrointestinal upsets.feelings of excess ...read more

To Sleep or Not to Sleep?

By Mel   •   April 18th, 2017

To Sleep or Not to Sleep?

Starved of sleep and stressed to the max? Tired all day, poor memory, irritable, feeling anxious or depressed?  Does this sound like you?  Insomnia is a condition that is all too common.  Research shows that between 13- 33% of Australian adults have problems getting to sleep or staying asleep.  Lack of sleep may in turn cause emotional or mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.  And not getting to sleep and continually waking and being awake during the night can, in itself, cause you to feel more anxiety, making the problem worse.  Research shows that adults who have fewer ...read more

File under: anxiety, screen time, Sleep, Stress

Neuro-Emotional Technique

By Mel   •   October 4th, 2016

Neuro-Emotional Technique

Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) is a mind-body stress reduction technique that uses a method of finding and removing neurological inbalances related to the physiological effect of unresolved stress.  NET is a tool that helps improve mental and physical health (www.netmindbody.com).NET is a proven blend of the latest scientific research and centuries-old Eastern healing techniques. NET also acknowledges the relationship between the body's emotional health, environmental toxicity, nutritional balance and structural integrity.We used to think emotions resided entirely in their brain. Now we ...read more

File under: anxiety, emotional, Stress


By Mel   •   September 20th, 2016


Guided meditations are a supportive and great way to begin a daily practice and there are many great cd's or support groups to get you started, but meditation can also be a very personal journey, and while guided meditations will get you well and truly on your way, sitting in contemplation with only the self can be a positive and deeply transformative experience. Regularly touch base with meditation groups for guided practice, but be open to begin to trust our own inner teacher and guide, and introduce a solo meditation practice to the mix.For those of you contemplating meditation, I ...read more


By Mel   •   September 5th, 2016


Did you know that Stress is the underlying cause of more than 60% of all human illness and disease!!! Lifeline's 2012 Stress Poll demonstrates that 91% of Australians are experiencing stress and 43% are experiencing unhealthy levels of stress.Stress can be detrimental to our health and it doesn't matter if it is big stress or a little stress the body still responds the same. Chronic stress can affect our health differently and can be the underlying cause to main ailments such as anxiety, depression, fatigue, exhaustion, digestive disorders, poor immunity, infertility, headaches, poor ...read more


By Mel   •   July 25th, 2016


What is it?Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle, non-invasive modality that seeks to find restrictions through the body systems.  It supports the Central Nervous System so the body can self-correct and heal naturally.Who does it?Our very own Massage Therapist, Veronica Plej is specially trained in CST and will be able to help anyone interested in utilising this amazing technique.Who can benefit from it?Everyone! Babies are especially important to get checked, but all children and adults will benefit greatly from this therapy treatment.Craniosacral Therapy is effect in a wide range of both ...read more

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