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March 30, 2020

As a little girl I was often told I was too sensitive. I was a child who was very open to feeling everything all of the time which meant I was very honouring and expressive of how much I felt. If I was hurt I would cry, if I was sad I would go and have some quiet time often out in nature or ask for a hug, if I was tired I would stop and have a nap, when I loved someone I would not hold back all the affection of how much I adored them and equally if I found...

August 2, 2019

The majority of women we see in clinic are struggling and overwhelmed by the intensity of life, For a lot of them everything on the outside looks perfect, they seemingly cope well with their busy schedules, meeting the demands of what needs to be done while caring for those in their life. They look well-groomed and together but the moment they are given the space to be real and talk about how they are feeling the cracks begin to show.

Women talk about the c...

July 28, 2019

From the moment we are born, society offers a constant stream of ideals and beliefs that will help shape who we are as women and defines the roles we will play. We are often told that our job is to put everyone first, that this is what loving people is and with our huge capacity to love we take this ideal on and use the pictures it conjures of how we should be to measure if we are enough and if we are doing a good job.

Initially giving ourselves over to bein...

July 14, 2019

A client spoke to me this week about the upcoming Living Stillness Urban Retreat on Sunday 4th August and was keen to know what it was all about, I’m sharing what we discussed just in case you also felt it was time for some deep nurturing. ☺

Firstly, coming together as a group of women and sharing our lived experience is a very empowering process. We really don’t do this enough! Well, not in a way that is honouring and supportive of one another. Not onl...

June 11, 2019

In our last Living Stillness blog “Stressed? Do you have this essential ingredient in your treatment plan?” Sara Harris founder & co-owner of Living Stillness brought to our awareness that connection is a very needed antidote to address the modern-day plague of stress that is having an effect on our mental & physical health.

So how do we build connection? Sometimes when life gets very intense, our mind can get a bit foggy and even the simplest tools of h...

March 19, 2019

As a woman, have you ever stopped to consider the foundational role you play in life?

How within our physical body we have a delicate interplay of so many elements that when in harmonious alignment allow a woman’s uterus or womb to be a beholder of life? How a woman’s body provides a nurturing space for the development and growth of a being, who when ready, will be birthed from its first snug and secure home, this  en-housing womb, out into the big wide worl...

March 6, 2019

The 2019 International Women’s Day (IWD) theme is Better the Balance, Better the world #BalanceforBetter. According to the IWD organisers “the race is on for gender-balanced boardrooms, a gender-balanced government, gender-balanced media coverage, a gender balance of employees, a more gender-balance in wealth etc.” With gender-balance being the essential component for economies & communities to thrive. 

Before I began my fervent race to join the gender-balan...

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