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A Raw Foodie Does Bali

by Rhianna on April 22, 2014

As the weather gets colder I always start dreaming of warmer climates, tropical fruit, stunning beaches, humidity and cool water. So it’s no wonder that Bali springs to mind! And what should pop into my inbox this morning but a lovely blog post by our guest blogger Kelly, based around her foodie experiences in Bali!!!
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I hate the news, it’s all negative, depressing, fear-based snippets of what the media decide we should hear about. As a result I don’t watch it. But I do watch My Kitchen Rules. And waiting for MKR (what the cool kids call it…) leaves me with little option as far as what do I flick
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Leisa’s Diary #5; Reviewing Beliefs

by Leisa on March 6, 2014

I had a wonderful opportunity to review a belief I was holding onto quite tightly just last week, and it has been a refreshing insight into how easily we can become caught up in beliefs that don’t serve us, or those around us. I’ve written before about the processes I go through to explore negative feelings
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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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Leisa’s Diary #4; Healing Takes Time

by Leisa on February 5, 2014

One of the main reasons I’m slowing down and taking some time out this year, is not just to finish my book, but it is to create the space to allow time for me to heal and to take my health to another level. It is quite amazing how much time it really does take
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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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Is It Costing You Your Head To Get Ahead?

by Rhianna on January 29, 2014

On the radio the other day, I was listening to an investigative news program that was discussing the rapidly growing number of working people who are going to further and further lengths to get ahead in the workplace. The story was of great concern to me, due to the number of people who I see
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Leisa’s Diary #3; Life Values

by Leisa on January 29, 2014

Following on from my last diary entry about busyness, another concept that I’ve been playing with, is about values and how our life is a reflection of that which we value the most. One of the things that I am factoring into my ‘slower’ days, is the listening to podcasts from my favourite speakers – and
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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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Leisa’s Diary #2; Business, Busyness

by Leisa on January 21, 2014

Busyness. It can be such a loaded word, and it’s one that I am currently pondering. How did this word and what it stands for, came to be such a big part of my life? I look back and realise that I wasn’t always ‘busy’. Once upon a time I had balance in my life.
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