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Our bodies are made to move

The Fuzz Speech, a clip from an anatomy lesson by Gil Hedley PhD, demonstrates why movement is so important. It is a key to wellbeing. So whatever your abilities, massage it, rub it, wiggle it and stretch it just one millimetre more and keep 'melting the fuzz'.…

Right4Me Movement

Radical and beneficial shifts in attitudes could bring benefits to patients and the NHS budget. General advice about diet and exercise would be changed to person-centred care. Patients would be helped to make lifestyle changes that are right for them and reduce risks of developing chronic illness, I…

Energetic healing modalities are scientific

The film The Living Matrix: The new science of healing shows scientific theories behind healings and gives a perspective on what healthcare could become.  Emotional Logic, Ayurvedic Lifestyle Principles and Permaculture are energetic systems which take care of mind, body and the community you…

Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word meaning Science of Life. It is a comprehensive medical system, whose practitioners are trained and qualified. Ayurvedic Lifestyle Principles offers an understanding of your unique makeup and how foods, activities, relationships, seasons and climate may affect your…

Emotional Logic

Emotional Logic is a means of understanding the useful purposes of your emotions, and everyone else's emotions too! And yes, even anger can have a useful purpose. Emotional Logic is helpful when adjusting to loss and changes, as well as identifying and grieving hidden losses. It helps you understand…

Permaculture

Permaculture – An ecological design system that originated in Australia in the latter half of the 20th Century. Now it is a global network of people who put its core principles of Earth Care, People Care & Need not Greed into practice by designing and living in sustainable ways in their homes,…

Sit Down & Knit

"When I feel stressed, overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious, I just sit down and knit. Knitting slows me down. It grounds me and allows me to get lost in my thoughts. It make me feel relaxed, in control, and happy. I have always just known that it makes me feel good!" (Becky on westcoastknitter.com) I…