Linda Smith shows you how to let go and recharge, leaving you refreshed and ready for Monday.
After a stressful week at work it can be hard to switch off when the weekend rolls around. Here are 18 instant stress busters to help you unwind.
Mastering the mind is the true aim of yoga, despite what you may have gleaned from some of the modern world’s focus on bulletproof bodies and legs that can stretch behind one’s head.
Once upon a time, many centuries ago, there lived a man named Patanjali – a man who is considered the godfather of yoga. Many stories about him have taken on mythical and magical qualities to the point where he could almost be considered a deity. One story says he fell from heaven in the form of a snake into the upturned palms of his powerful yogini and goddess mother. But despite his legendary, saint-like status, we don’t really know much about this incredible historical figure.
Naturopath Kylie Clooney shows us how creating a purposeful life filled with passion can greatly improve your health.
Have you ever noticed how young people tend to have a focus on hobbies, sports, play and dreams, and as we age, for the majority, those things are gradually replaced with being busy and living life based on the necessities of just living?
Meditation teacher Joanne Mensforth Ph.D reveals her top tips
Parenthood is a gift, it’s also a life-changing event – the enormity of which, we never quite understand until we are in it
Feeling out of sorts? It may be an energetic imbalance in your chakras
Feeling out of sorts could be due to any number of imbalances in the mind or body, but as Diana Timmins explores, it may even be an energetic imbalance in your chakras.
Experts believe colour can boost happiness and reduce stress
Ever felt uplifted seeing a colourful rainbow brighten up an otherwise grey sky, or watching a spectacular orange sunset?
Alex Mellas finds a way to ease the tension, with this quick and convenient walking meditation.
Life can be chaotic and the constant hustle-and-bustle can weigh you down, piling stress and anxiety on your shoulders.
Do you think of sleep as system-shut down? Well dream on, because a trip to snooze-town isn’t entirely lights-out. Diana Timmins reveals the nocturnal neural activities that create the stuff that dreams really are made of.
Want to hear about the dream I had last night? Or have you tuned out already? Listening to someone relay their dreams may seem quite mundane, but it might be worth a listen as dreams contain more insight into the dreamer than you may have thought. But be warned, set your dream dictionary aside, as there is certainly no one-size-fits-all in the land of nod!
US-based author Marianne Williamson says there are some spiritual lessons to learn before the weight comes off. Amber Wilson chats to Marianne to discover more.
If you think the reason you can’t shift weight is because of the delectable taste of Twisties, or the unappealing thought of spending an hour on the treadmill, think again.
Breathwork uses the breath (full, conscious, connected breathing) to clear unresolved issues, limiting beliefs and past events in our lives that are standing in the way of us reaching our full potential.
Liz Nowosad explores this powerful process that is said to alleviate emotional pain and help us to gain insight into why we behave and react in certain ways.