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Maria Esposito Bsc (hons)

BY MARIA ESPOSITO The Fulcrum, Issue 82 January 2021 I find that the more I follow my intuition and connect to the heart, serving everything that makes my client whole and integrated, the faster they heal and in so doing transform their lives and mine. Having held CST workshops on how to deepen one’s practice for the past five years,... [read more]

Octavian Petrescu

What is anxiety? Most books define it as a human emotion, a inner state of unpleasantness and turmoil that is being caused by some external factor most times, like an event or happening that is not to our liking. Of course, causes and reactions can be very complex. It is often accompanied by muscular tension, restlessness,... [read more]

Martin Smith

Developing good mental health and overcoming issues and difficulties has many aspects. Often there are things that work on a very personal level but I also believe there are some things that are core to developing and maintaining our mental well being. The following are my nine core basics that are, what I would consider, essentials to... [read more]

Octavian Petrescu

Qi is the Chinese term for vital energy or vital breath. Qi is a fundamental component of the universe, an energy field that underlies the creation of all material forms and animates all forms of life. This energy field is extended throughout the universe, "penetrates" and "connects" objects and beings. Qi can flow or stagnate, obey... [read more]

Robert  Tyszczak

I bet everyone at some point of their life has been thrown back to the ground by reality and watched his/her high plans for the future fading away, relentlessly. Especially my favourite: "New Year Resolutions' '. Have we not all been there? Focus on passions, start exercising, stop gossiping, start reading, and so on, and over... [read more]

David Clyant

Shi Quan Da Bu Tang  This is a must have formula for those that start catching colds and flu at this time of year and into the winter. This formula is gently warming and strongly strengthening and is excellent for post viral recovery (especially if a person feels cold) as it warms the person, strengthens the spleen... [read more]

Maria Esposito Bsc (hons)

I have done many courses, workshops in the past 26 years, as a holistic therapist. I have gone through the scientific pathway, with my Degree in Nutritional Therapy, and find myself with craniosacral therapy doing both scientific and spiritual healing. The last two mindfulness meditation and the Resilient Heart from the Heart Math method got me... [read more]

Maria Esposito Bsc (hons)

Importance of a baby crawling and connection with dyslexia Science is great in proving things that there was a possible theoretical point to start with. Years ago, when I was studying for my Nutritional degree, I saw some research regarding the connection between crawling or mainly not crawling and hand and eye coordination, that would affect the... [read more]

Jo Travers

Going on diet is something that so many people do on a regular basis. Before you embark on a miserable experience, read on… 1. Why do I want to lose weight? Do you want to lose weight because you don’t look like the models from the magazines? Do you feel like you are inadequate because of your weight?... [read more]

Jo Travers

Our bodies use the food we eat for energy. In order to fuel all of the metabolic processes, brain function  and any movement we make, the energy containing parts of our food (that’s protein, fat and carbohydrate)  need to be converted into a useable form of energy called adenosine triphosphate or ATP for short. The most efficient source... [read more]