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April 27, 2020

Delicious Asian inspired fish ball soup!

September 21, 2019

At Living Stillness you will see us be more publically and outspoken about women’s health, the state of women’s health and how we are living as women. This is very important to us and the work that we do. Yet you may not know that we also work with men. We have regular male clients attend the clinic and benefit greatly from what we offer. We both have men in our lives and teenage sons, so are all too familiar with what men can go through in regards to their...

June 19, 2019

When it comes to the health of our menstrual cycle, we cannot avoid the impact of stress. But what kind of relationship do we have with stress? Have we made stress just a normal way to be? And therefore the effects it may be having on our cycle, also just the way it is?

Sara explores stress, the menstrual cycle and the importance of stillness over on the Follow your Flow blog. Find out why stillness is THE most important ingredient you need to have in your t...

June 2, 2019

How do I manage stress?…is probably one of the most common questions we get asked in the clinic. Stress is of course, very subjective and can be difficult to measure yet studies have shown that 60 – 80% of primary care doctor visits are related to stress (1). Other sources across the internet claim that 90-95% of all disease is stress related. Often it will encompass symptoms of anxiety, exhaustion, depression and terms like burn-out or break-down are used...

February 2, 2015

I recently read a fantastic blog article written by Kate Burns, on one of my favourite blog sites - Women in Livingness. I love what Kate shares about raising girls and supporting them to know their true beauty. Every which way we turn, there are images of women and messages that measure a woman's value and worth on appearance and achievements. Kate asks about the role models we have today for our young girls...and sadly, there are very few women who are li...

May 10, 2014

Here we have 2 modalities that may seem to be similar from the outside, however, are very different when we take a closer look.

Both Acupuncture and Chakra-puncture use needles to penetrate the skin. Acupuncturists use needles to insert quite deep into the skin and then the needle is manipulated. Whereas with Chakra-puncture, a very fine Japanese needle is used and is lightly tapped to penetrate only 0.3mm. So as you can see, these modalities are very differ...

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