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Ingrid Hoffman

Be Brave—New Moon in Aries— April 12th.   Courage is found in unlikely places - J.R.R. Tolkien.   There are many ways to be brave in this world. That act of will that gets us out of bed, the strength to put the kettle on, when all the colour has faded out of the world we once knew. The courage... [read more]

Alexandra Cingi

We are all familiar with the fight-or-flight response – heart racing, fast breathing, sweaty hands, shaking… and some of us are extra familiar with it, because that’s precisely what we experience when anxiety gets out of control, and our bodies respond as if we’d just noticed a very real and physical threat a few steps away.... [read more]

Jill Jesson

There are many essential oils that can play a large part in our day-to-day life. When it comes to first aid treatment, some oils shine especially bright. Here are some of the essential oils to keep on hand in case of an emergency. Lavender Oil If you could only choose one oil to have on hand at all... [read more]

Antonia Antonia Beamish

Before I had my very first Kinesiology treatment, I had no idea what Bach Flowers were. I have memories of the little yellow bottles of Rescue Remedy, buried at the bottom of my mum’s handbag, but I had no idea of the incredible properties these remarkable remedies had. Bach Flowers play a powerful role in Systematic Kinesiology... [read more]

Antonia Antonia Beamish

Most people I come across have never heard of Kinesiology. In a nutshell, Kinesiology is a complementary therapy that works with the physical, emotional and energetic body to uncover the root cause of your symptoms and facilitate healing. Kinesiology changed my life and I continue to see wonderful results with the clients I work with. For this... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

  No person, no place, and no thing has any power over us, for 'we' are the only thinkers in our mind. When we create peace and harmony and balance in our minds, we will find it in our lives— Louise Hay.   In the metaphorical language of astrology, the Libran part of our own birth chart will be illuminated... [read more]

Stephen Walker

A year of lock down, zoom fatigue, uncertainty may have left you feelingunmotivated, or just plain tired. You may find yourself a little in a slump atthis time, or anxious without necessarily knowing why. At least I was feelingsome of all of that, and wanted to share with you the practices I am doing toshift myself.... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

If your nerve deny you, go above your nerve—Emily Dickinson.   The days stretch long in the north. In the south, autumn’s honeyed light spills over sun-bleached grasses. On March 20th, the Sun slips into Aries, marking the spring or autumn Equinox. The start of the astrological new year.   Aries is associated with vibrant reds; with the purifying heat... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

  The most valuable thing we can do for the psyche, occasionally, is to let it rest, wander, live in the changing light of room, not try to be or do anything whatever - May Sarton.   This New Moon embodies a Piscean weariness as she folds in on herself and rests in the velvety lap of the night... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

So, this is how you swim inward. So, this is how you flow outwards. So, this is how you pray―Mary Oliver. For so many of us, the routines and rituals that swaddled and sustained us last March have begun to feel stifling. Some of us may dream of golden beaches, yearn for the crowded conviviality of our... [read more]