WellBeing7 min de lecture
Beyond Fast Furniture
What’s the most thoughtful present you’ve received? There is a chance the memorable gift wasn’t a voucher or a pre-packaged hamper, but rather an item that was lovingly made especially for you. While you may express gratitude for anything gifted, a h
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Relax And Retreat
Depending on the style of your retreat, caffeine, alcohol, high-sugar foods or meat may not be offered. To reduce detox symptoms like caffeine withdrawal headaches, avoid these foods for at least one week leading up to your retreat. Find out if there
WellBeing8 min de lecturePsychology
The Attraction Equation
Of all the mysteries science has attempted to unravel, among the most complex is what makes one person attractive to another. There are layers of evolutionary and environmental factors that influence what draws you to another person, so let’s dive in
WellBeing1 min de lecturePsychology
Dispelling Myths Of Art Therapy
Myth: You need to be good at art in order to engage in art therapy. Fact: The process is much more important than the end result. The goal is to explore emotional undertones from what we create, to foster greater awareness of our emotions. Myth: I ca
WellBeing7 min de lectureAgriculture
Seek A Low Carbon Diet
Doing better than we did yesterday is how we create a truly healing and healthy food system for us and our planet. I’ve had the great pleasure of interviewing many farmers and scientists at the forefront of environmental research. There is a minefiel
WellBeing8 min de lecture
5 Secret Places To Greet The Sun
Glowing tangerine and gold as the sun begins to rise, Pildappa Rock takes me completely by surprise. Fringed by weathered walls that flare like cresting waves frozen in time, it calls me to climb, luring me up a gently rising spur of prickly granite.
WellBeing7 min de lecture
Soul Growth And Your Age
One of the simplest timing tools in astrology is also one of the most ancient. Known as annual profections, and used by the ancient Greeks, this technique links your age to one of the 12 houses, in a repeating 12-year cycle. To work with this techniq
WellBeing2 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
What’s In Season
Vegetables Artichoke, Asian greens, asparagus, avocados, broad beans, green beans, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chokos, cucumbers, leeks, lettuce, morel mushrooms, salad onions, spring onions, peas, snow peas, sugar snap peas, sweet potat
WellBeing1 min de lecture
Charisma
Ask people to name someone they think is charismatic and the answers will almost always include the likes of Obama, Brené Brown, Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney and Princess Diana. But ask the same people to tell you what makes these smooth operators s
WellBeing9 min de lectureDiet & Nutrition
For The Love Of Legumes
Legumes aren’t just for vegetarians. These nutrition powerhouses are the best sources of plantbased protein going around and are bursting with health benefits, making them the perfect addition to your weekly diet. Despite their nutritional benefits a
WellBeing1 min de lecture
Escape Routes
Go: Head to Minippa, 600km northwest of Adelaide and continue 15km to Pildappa Rock. Stay: Book a retro camper at camplify.com.au and kick-start your own road tripping adventure. Pack: A yoga mat. Don’t miss: Tackling a hiking track in nearby Gawler
WellBeing4 min de lecture
Counter Culture
NEAL LAYTON, HACHETTE Looking for a simple and clear way to explain climate change to your kids? Neal Layton’s latest children’s picture book, A Climate in Chaos, is written for kids aged five years or older and clearly explains what climate change i
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WellBeing
Editor-in-Chief TERRY ROBSON Editor KATE DUNCAN Deputy Editor CHARLIE HALE Intern JODIE WOLF Sub-Editor MICHAEL WYATT Designer KATE ATKINSON National Advertising Manager NSW NIA LLEWELYN Queensland Sales Manager REGAN HUDSON National Advertising Mana
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Essence
Has a coffee date with a friend ever left you feeling alive with inspiration and new ideas? Has a chance encounter with a stranger ever left you wishing wish you’d asked for their number? Or maybe that weekly catch-up with an “expander”, someone who
WellBeing9 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Your Best Breakfast
What does breakfast look like in your house? Is it a rushed preliminary to getting out the door, or is it a time for fuelling up for the day ahead? Conventional wisdom holds that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but is it really? It i
WellBeing2 min de lectureMedical
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
WellBeing5 min de lectureRegional & Ethnic
The Cornersmith Guide to a More Sustainable Kitchen
Alex Elliott-Howery and Jaimee Edwards have joined forces to bring you Use It All: The Cornersmith Guide to a More Sustainable Kitchen. For years, the duo experimented with food — in their home kitchens as well as at their Sydney café, Cornersmith. N
WellBeing3 min de lecture
From The Editor-in-chief
I was having a lively discussion with my daughter recently. It all related to the intellectual capacity of the family’s beloved Moodle (Maltese–Poodle cross), Max. The discussion had been sparked by Max’s having spent some five minutes ardently barki
WellBeing8 min de lecture
Yoga For Happy Hips
If you have been to a yoga class, you probably know already that it is not just the physical body that the ancient practice affects. Feeling tense and uneasy in a yoga position extends past the inflexibility of the muscles, and may be an indication o
WellBeing3 min de lectureMedical
Endeavour College of Natural Health
After the birth of her first baby, Kathryn Khiroya realised she didn’t want to return to work behind a desk. She started to search for a career that resonated with her soul and served others. Exercise eventually led Kathryn to her first love. “Throug
WellBeing4 min de lecture
Health Source
Endeavour College teaches what the world wants to feel. Endeavour College of Natural Health is the leader in natural health education, producing the experts that keep the world well. Offering courses in naturopathy, nutrition, acupuncture, myotherapy
WellBeing4 min de lecture
From The Editor
Our wonderful deputy editor Charlie Hale shares in her article “Magic in the mundane”, found on page 104 of this issue, “The world has shifted on its axis, but we must still indulge in life’s pockets of pleasures.” Welcoming this bright perspective,
WellBeing8 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
A Green Kitchen Story
Every kitchen has its own story, with the kitchen that Swedish David Frenkiel and Danish Luise Vindahl share with their three children in Stockholm no exception. These two peas in a pod are behind Green Kitchen Stories, an award-winning food blog tha
WellBeing6 min de lectureMedical
Australian Traditional Medicine Society
When I started working as the Relationship Coordinator for the Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS), I was tasked with helping students to find their feet and get to know their industry. I am a naturopath and for over 15 years I have been a
WellBeing2 min de lectureChemistry
Beauty Source
This gentle leave-on Granactive Retinoid serum contains azelaic acid salt, niacinamide, liquorice root extract and zinc and copper gluconates to help calm redness and improve the skin’s appearance. Granactive Retinoid helps renew skin plumpness, elas
WellBeing1 min de lecture
Social Chats
Yoga for a broken heart Yoga helped me to heal a broken heart and depression. @evolvehealthandwellnessco Apple-cider vinegar gummy bears I love making these gummy bears — and gummy snakes too! @nicandrobnaturally Zero Waste Week I’m using a compost b
WellBeing8 min de lecturePsychology
Screenplay: Healthy Or Not?
A young boy tucked up in bed touches his lips to the screen and kisses his grandma’s face goodnight. In the living room, twin pre-teens argue over what to watch on Stan, while their 14-year-old older sister monitors her heart rate on a smartwatch aft
WellBeing3 min de lecture
International Yoga Teachers Association
When Bec Abbott enrolled in the IYTA Diploma of Yoga Teaching at the start of the year, she had no idea how much of a lifeline it would be. The ground-breaking course has a panel of 22 expert lecturers delivering information and practical sessions on
WellBeing2 min de lectureDiet & Nutrition
Food Source
If you want to make your body overjoyed, put some açaí in your diet. Amazon Power Original Açaí have so many potential health benefits. They are loaded with real plant compounds that act as antioxidants and might have benefits for your overall health
WellBeing3 min de lectureMedical
Recent Medical Findings For A Healthier Body
There is archaeological evidence that indicates that humans have been consuming capers for at least 10,000 years. These immature flower buds of the caper bush are eaten pickled and have also been used as folk medicine. In a new study from the Univers
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