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Evening Routines to Help Improve Your Sleep Quality

By Mel   •   March 12th, 2020

Evening Routines to Help Improve Your Sleep Quality

Dr Shinae's Tips for a Good Night Sleep I believe that a solid night sleep can make or break the rest of the week. Today I want to discuss with you a few routine things I do to ensure I get a goodnight sleep so I am on the ball for a cracking day at the office (pun intended!). So I decided to share with you some of the simple but very effective ways to ensure you get some quality shut eye. Firstly, for myself over the years I have worked out that I feel my best with 8.5-9 hours sleep but obviously it can be affected greatly by the quality of sleep in which I get. The importance of non REM ...read more

File under: Sleep

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


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 beginning 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

CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY: What Is It, Benefits, Risks & Technique

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 an effect in a ...read more


By Mel   •   May 10th, 2016


Everyone has trouble sleeping now and then. This can have a considerable impact on how your immune system functions. Read on for 20 tried and tested ways to ensure you get a good night's rest. Magnesium – Is the main mineral necessary to sedate the brain for sleep. A powdered form will work much better than a tablet and is also best taken halfway between dinner and bed. Most people will need to take a morning dose also in the first few weeks to build up a base level as Magnesium is the most common mineral deficiency in Australians. It will also help out with restless legs and cramps at ...read more

File under: Immune, insomnia, Sleep
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