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Electrosensitivity
Today much of humanity lives in a sea of electromagnetic energies, or EM fields. Radio and TV signals are now joined by mobile phone towers and communications masts. Closer to home are mobile phones, Wi-Fi and smart meters. According to Swedish exper
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Shared With Love
Mary Valle’s new cookbook, Mediterranean Lifestyle Cooking, discloses a very important message: Mediterranean food (and all food, for that matter) should be shared with the people you love. Throughout the cookbook, Valle encourages you to place her d
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Learn To Work With Subtle Realms And Earth Energies With Geomancy Australia
Would you like to know how to create healing, nurturing and prosperous environments that assist you and others to live in harmony and good health? Do you want to gain the knowledge and skills to work in relationship with the subtle nature of the eart
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Hart Life Coaching
Imagine experiencing a major disappointment as Ash Barty did after losing at Wimbledon and saying, “Today wasn’t my day; it isn’t the end of the world”. Imagine looking for a better way to view life’s events, just as Byron Katie did; she ended her cy
WellBeing2 min readPsychology
From The Editor-in-chief
The kindness of strangers is deeply moving. Recently my father passed away. He had suffered for many years with an illness that deprived him of both physical and mental independence. Yet for all that, even people who met him during that time smiled a
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A Yogic Approach To Work
Many of us seem to have a view that being drained, stressed and overextended is what simply comes part and parcel with working life. Certainly work can be demanding and deadlines have to be met, but where do we draw the line when our mental health is
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The Gwinganna experience
With more wellness travel options available, the educational component of a stay at Queensland’s Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat is even more valuable. Using evidence-based advice from practitioners and presenters with years of practical experience, gues
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How To Choose The Right Yoga Course For You
With so many yoga courses on offer, how do you know you are signing up for the best one for you? Here’s our guide to ensure you make the right decision. If one of the highlights of your week is attending your yoga class, chances are you’ve considered
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Stressfree Management
Stressfree Management is an innovative clinic in the western suburbs of Sydney run by Jenetta Haim. The clinic caters for a multitude of modalities to assist your healing on all levels: energetically, spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically
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From The Editor
The alarm sounds at 2.15am. It’s abrasive and piercing and the ring jolts me from a peaceful dream. I hastily hit snooze and snuggle deeper into the bed covers. It’s too early. Am I nuts? I’m getting up to climb a mountain when metaphorically I could
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Your Vascular Tree
Your circulatory system consists of arteries, capillaries, veins and lymphatics, which all work together to nourish and detoxify the body. Here we will concentrate on your peripheral vascular tree, as opposed to your heart, although the same principl
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Food Source
Dr Sandra Cabot’s 15-Day Cleanse is a triple-strategy program that targets the liver, gut and immune system for a total body cleanse. Eliminate toxins, burn fat, boost your energy, heal your gut and improve your overall health and wellbeing. W: cabot
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Latest News For Natural Therapy Students And Graduates
Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) is committed to the success of students and graduates. For some time it has recognised the need to provide ongoing support for students and graduates in order to assist them to pursue their goals and a
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Your Say
Did something resonate with you in this issue of WellBeing? Tell us! Write to WellBeing, Locked Bag 154, North Ryde, NSW 1670, email wbletters@umco.com.au, comment on our Facebook page or Instagram account: @WellBeing_Magazine. We reserve the right t
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Follow The Yin
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), the concept of Blood (with a capital B) includes both the physical and energetic properties of blood that nourish and vitalise the whole body and mind. When Blood is abundant you can see it. You look vital and r
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Beauty Source
iHealth Saunas specialise in infrared saunas, with a focus on helping clients reduce pain, lose weight and sleep better. iHealth Saunas are renowned for working with clients to help integrate the sauna into their lives along with regular health maste
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Which Yoga Teaching Course Is Right For You?
Byron Yoga Centre, one of Australia’s longest-running yoga teacher training academies, offers a wide range of trainings. Rather than offer a one-size-fits-all approach, Byron Yoga Centre encourages you to research the options and to contact them for
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Recent Medical Findings For A Healthier Body
For this study researchers reviewed a database of food intake information from more than 10,000 middle-aged adults who were monitored from 1987 to 2016 and did not have cardiovascular disease at the start of the study. They then classified the subjec
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Adam Long — The Simplicity Of Socks
“The robots are coming for your jobs.” Not exactly the sentence you want to hear. Nor one that fills you with optimism for the future. But, as The Ethical CEO and co-founder of Conscious Step — a company that makes a donation directly to a charity fo
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Health Source
With its idyllic location, eco credentials and affordable options, retreats and trainings at Byron Yoga Retreat Centre are a popular choice. There is a retreat or training perfect for whatever stage of your yoga journey. Beginners can start with a th
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A Woman On A Mission To Make Natural Health People’s First Choice
In just over a decade, Katherine Maslen has built a prospering multi-modality natural health clinic, written a book, become a mum and travelled the world interviewing experts about gut health for her podcast, The Shift. It’s an impressive list for an
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Interesting Slices Of Life
When you ingest a curry that’s a little too hot for comfort, what do you do? Researchers have found the answer. For the research, subjects drank a spicy Bloody Mary mix, containing capsaicin. Immediately after swallowing, they rated the initial burn.
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Nappy Happy
The collective bottoms of a nation of 600,000 or so Aussie bubs aged less than two are clad in around 4,800,000 nappies every day. That’s a lot of nappies. Changing nappies is arguably one of the least favourite parenting jobs — and if you’ve ever be
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Infused Water Jars For Spring
Do you know what the best birthday parties, high-end spas and waiting rooms have in common? Flavour-infused water jars. If your spring resolution is to drink more water but you can’t stand the taste of the bland stuff, I’m here to help. It’s time to
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Bringing 2500 Years Of Wisdom To Contemporary Higher Education
Nan Tien Institute (NTI) is Australasia’s first government-accredited, higher-education provider with a strong focus on personal development in the areas of health, wellbeing, Buddhism, mental health and mindfulness. Each course incorporates contempl
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All The Latest In Environmental Issues
For this study researchers studied the effect of weather conditions on solar panel efficiency. They found that when it’s cool outside the efficiency gets better. If it is hot the efficiency gets worse. When it is “dead calm” the efficiency is worse,
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SPECIAL REPORT Holistic Weight Loss
Want to lose weight? Join the mob. According to a Roy Morgan survey, 72 per cent of Australian women and 58 per cent of men wanted to lose weight in 2014. In the ABS’ Australian Health Survey 2012 (the latest date for which such data is available), m
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Our Wasteful Ways Must End
Alexx Stuart is a passionate educator in the space she calls “living a low-tox life”. Through her speaking, workshops, e-courses and online community, she helps people make the best new choices for themselves, their family and the planet. W: lowtoxli
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Geneve Grasso Is A Woman On A Mission To Make Natural Health People’s First Choice
In 2017, I graduated from Naturopathy at Nature Care College and decided to set up a practice, meaning it was time for me to join an association. This was an important decision for me as an association would bridge the gap between myself and the indu
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