Spiritual

Morning Beach

The Benifits of Morning Exercise

by Rhianna on March 12, 2014

It has been a little while since I have managed to get up early of a morning and go for a walk, and of course as you get out of the habit, it becomes easier and easier to sleep in and forget about exercise all together. Catching myself falling into this habit, I set my
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I Love Me

How Kind Are You To YOU?

by Rhianna on March 7, 2014

Just a quick blog today on self love. How often do you show yourself that you love you? It is sad to think that the majority of women out there have a head full of negative self talk, rather than positive love and affirmation for their individual, divine beauty. I know it can be hard,
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Bali fruit

10 Reasons To Love Bali

by Rhianna on February 25, 2014

Bali, a popular tourist destination for those wanting to get into the sun, drink cheap beer and party all night. So why has it become one of our favourite and super special retreat destinations? Well, firstly because we hold our retreats in the beautiful Ubud, far away from party-happy youngsters. Here are 10 other reasons
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GMO Bull

GMO or OMG?

by Rhianna on February 13, 2014

Genetic modification has been cropping up a lot for me over the past week (no pun intended). In all different areas I feel like GMO is getting harder and harder to avoid. It started on Sunday when we went for our organic farm tour as part of the Food Prep Intensive Retreat. One of the
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Circle of hands

Who Is In Your Health Care Circle?

by Rhianna on February 4, 2014

Who takes care of your health? Are you a Dr Google kind of person? Do you have one practitioner that you see for your primary health care? Or do you have a whole range of healthcare practitioners you call on when needed? Something that always surprises people and my patients is that fact that I
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Rockpool waterfall

Getting Back To Nature

by Rhianna on January 29, 2014

Biophilia- noun, (according to a theory of the biologist E.O. Wilson) there exists an innate and genetically determined affinity of human beings with the natural world. Most of us know that it does us good to ‘get out in nature’ as often as possible. And for many people that might include walking the dog in
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Gratitude

Living in Gratitude

by Leisa on August 7, 2013

Feeling grateful is such an empowering emotion, yet quite often it is one that doesn’t always come to mind naturally, unless we take the time to sit down and think about what we are grateful for. When we actually do that, we can find hundreds of things to be grateful for, and suddenly our seemingly
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Buddha Quotation

Accepting The Grand Design

by Rhianna on July 24, 2013

Hanging on my wall I have a quote by Buddha. It goes something along the lines of “In the end, what matters most is: How well did you love? How well did you live? How well did you learn to let go?” I loved this quote enough to buy it and hang it on my wall, but I
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Spiritual Madness

Spiritual Madness

by Leisa on July 11, 2013

Just recently I’ve been listening to a lot of Caroline Myss, and have been really enjoying delving into the concepts of spirituality that she discusses. One of her talks is entitled “Spiritual Madness” and it has deeply resonated with me. It was 25 years ago, when I was in my teens, that I started on
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Dr Gabriel Cousens

Dr Gabriel Cousens – Brisbane Event

by Leisa on March 6, 2013

“Enduring, Radiant Health” Talk & Book Signing Gabriel Cousens, M.D. is considered to be a leading medical doctor in the holistic medicine and raw and living food movements today.  In this lecture, Dr Cousens will present new insights on how to use a lifestyle based on organic, plant-source foods in their live, natural state, plus
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