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It is health that is the real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.

Mahatma Gandhi.


‘Get Spine Active’ this World Spine Day

By Mel   •   October 14th, 2019

With half of Australians not sufficiently physically active, residents of Karrinyup and surrounds are being encouraged to ‘Get Spine Active’ and take control of their spinal health this World Spine Day.  Celebrated each year on 16 October, people from around the world come together to raise awareness about spinal disorders and empower others to take charge of their spinal health. An annual initiative of the Global Alliance for Musculoskeletal Health, World Spine Day is accompanied by the 2019 theme ‘Get Spine Active’ and local chiropractor Dr Barry Smith from Karrinyup Wellness ...read more

An Empowered Client

By Mel   •   September 10th, 2019

There should come a point on everyone’s health and wellness journey where you feel empowered and begin to actively participate, or even begin to direct your wellness journey forward! That is not to say that you don’t still work with your practitioners, but this is the point in your healing where you are transitioning from a position of being led by your practitioner (which is a common place to begin), to a position of participating in the choices opening up to you moving forward. Your practitioner at Karrinyup Wellness Centre is always working towards your empowerment and getting you on ...read more

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Anxiety – managing the restlessness within

By Mel   •   September 2nd, 2019

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


By Mel   •   August 28th, 2019

Which foods SHOULD be bought organic? How else can I reduce my intake of pesticides and other toxins? We all know that eating organic is best. However, for a lot of us, cost and accessibility make it difficult to do so all the time. For all of you who already eat organically a majority of the time, well done! For everyone else, try to buy local, fresh, organic product where possible. To make this easier, below is a list of foods which are higher in pesticides. These are the ones which should be bought organically as much as ...read more

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