Yoga isn’t just for adults, kids can reap the benefits too! Listen To Your Body Moonee Ponds are running their very first lot of School Holiday kids yoga classes combining yoga inspired movement with activities, games and relaxation – here’s why.
Inspiration is an essential but frustratingly elusive ingredient to action, progress, and achievement. We all draw our inspiration from different influences as we work towards different goals on our different walks of life. For me, there is nothing more powerful than a succinct and cleverly worded inspirational quote. I know
What is it that makes certain people highly productive at work? Most of us believe the answer is to work harder and longer hours, yet it’s not, the easy answer is to work smarter, it’s finding ways to create balance in your every day and allowing yourself room for pause.
Meet Angeline, first time Mum to her gorgeous 6 month old – Harvey Gleeson, Personal Trainer and Sales Rep for the Health Food Distributor – Health Magic. Angeline shares with us her reflections on being a new mum, keeping a clear mind and a gives us a quick look into her uncomplicated
Meet our Local Love Lauren Jeffreys, founder of community organisation Yoga Hub Melbourne. Believing that yoga should be accessible to anybody, Lauren has created a wonderful assembly of yoga teachers who offer low-cost and donation classes across Victoria. We are so excited to welcome Lauren and her Yoga Hub Melbourne team to
My Experience- Reflexology for babies. I find it fascinating to work with Mother and Baby. In some cases, mothers come to reflexology because their baby is suffering from sluggish bowel, or colic. In these cases, I hold the baby in my arms as the mother rest on the massage table.
Meet Marcus White – health and fitness trainer, and like us, a true Life Enthusiast! Marcus prides himself on creating unique personalised workouts for his clients along with educating them on wholesome eating and fusing it with healthy mind habits. His personal journey towards wellness is absolutely refreshing and we’re
We don’t like talking about them and certainly are bad at expressing them. But when we start to understand how to recognise our emotions and admit that there is nothing wrong with expressing them, the world simply becomes a more positive place.