Blog

What’s going on with your gut!

Bloating Constipation Diarrhea Nausea Have l gut your attention! The above are common symptoms l hear in clinic daily and the point is they are symptoms and to avoid these recurring we need to get to the source of the problem. When it comes to our health you will hear me say how important it is that we “test, don’t guess”. Considering all disease starts in the gut, and so

Read More »

Heavy Metal Toxicity & How To Get Rid Of Them.

The dangers of exposure to Heavy Metals are becoming more widely known in society as we seem to be getting sicker as a population despite our medical system becoming more advanced. This tells me that the system has gaping holes and we must become advocates for our own health to ensure we live long and happy lives. We are exposed to Heavy metals in everyday life by foods we consume,

Read More »

The Benefits of Massage in Winter.

Winter is a time when we are more likely to acquire viruses and colds, get muscle stiffness and dry skin, become lazier with the weather cooling down and we put aside physical activities. But it can be also a very cosy “me time” season, if we use the smart resources we have available, like warming up ourselves with a nice cup of tea, enjoying a good book wrapped up in

Read More »

Our Community – Meet Natalia

Russia Natalia was born bred in Barnaul in Russia (South of Siberia). She was brought up in a traditional family where there was a huge emphasis on being perfect and looking good. It’s just a part of the culture. Expressions like “what will the neighbours think”, “why can’t you be like that other child” and “make sure others come first” are very common. This culture makes it really hard to

Read More »

What are Adaptogens?

Adaptogens are a class of plants that are thought to fight stress and balance the body, they help the body cope with physical and mental stress by adapting to what the body requires at any given time. I know, this sounds too good to be true but studies have shown these herbs and mushrooms support your endocrine system (hypothalamus & pituitary and adrenal glands). This system is really important, but

Read More »

CONSTIPATION- everything you need to know

Constipation can be more than just a ‘pain in the bum’- it can be a chronic and severe problem. It is the name we give for difficult and infrequent stool passage with symptoms of straining, a sense of incomplete evacuation, hard/ lumpy stools or a prolonged time to pass a stool. There are many causes of constipation, including: Inadequate fibre Inadequate fluid (water) Stress Not going when the urge arises,

Read More »

How to Get the Best of Sunlight, without the Damaging effects of UV.

One of the best things about Australia is its sunny climate, but it’s also a source of constant danger, because of its strong ultraviolet (UV) radiation, giving Australia the world’s highest rates of melanoma. However, in recent years thanks to the latest technology, we are able enjoy the best of sunlight, while remaining safe from skin damage. This can be achieved thanks to infrared sauna development, using one on a

Read More »

How to Balance your Energy this Winter.

Winter is the time of rest and retreat, stillness and quiet. It is a usual cycle that allows the nature and all living beings to slow down and rejuvenate. However, with Covid lockdown it feels like we went into hibernation for an extra three months. The isolation, distancing, stagnation, loneliness, fear and anxiety also happened to be exactly the issues that winter tends to trigger or exacerbate when we are

Read More »

Our Community – Meet Victoria

The Back story Victoria grew up in Bondi and comes from a Greek/Australian background. She reflects on a relatively  “normal” upbringing, with the common dynamics of divorced parents and some emotional issues with her father. In fact Victoria created some necessary boundaries with her Dad and they didn’t speak from the age of 12. “Coincidentally I’ve been constipated from a similar age around puberty. By the age 15, I had

Read More »

Meet the team – ISO Edition Part #2

So last time we found out Social Isolating wasn’t so bad, it gave us more time… Crazy! And the things we can live without, well we probably will live without! Here are more of our tribe piping in with what’s been going on in ISO. Kylie Dowling – Nutritionist/Colonic Hydrotherapist  What is the number one thing you have missed? First thing you will do once Isolation is over… I’ve missed

Read More »

Meet The Team – ISO Edition

Look… it’s been weird, it’s been worrying and it’s been unpredictable, What a time to be Alive hey! So to the burning question of 2020… What have you been up to in Isolation? And we know there was more going on than the exchanged Banana Bread recipes, The Tiger King and Living Room Workouts… So we have delved deep into the private lives of our wonderful team to see what

Read More »

Our Community – Meet Sam

The Nomad. Sam Grew up in the coastal town of Newcastle with her Mum, Stepdad & sister. As soon as she finished high school at 18, she moved to Canada and backpacked around Mexico for 10 months with her best mate. This is when Sam first fell in love with travel, culture and meeting rad people. Still to this day, Sam oozes culture with her fabulous jewellery, bright coloured clothes

Read More »

What’s going on with your gut!

Bloating Constipation Diarrhea Nausea Have l gut your attention! The above are common symptoms l hear in clinic daily and the point is they are symptoms and to avoid these recurring we need to get to the source of the problem. When it comes to our health you will hear me say how important it is that we “test, don’t guess”. Considering all disease starts in the gut, and so

Read More »

Heavy Metal Toxicity & How To Get Rid Of Them.

The dangers of exposure to Heavy Metals are becoming more widely known in society as we seem to be getting sicker as a population despite our medical system becoming more advanced. This tells me that the system has gaping holes and we must become advocates for our own health to ensure we live long and happy lives. We are exposed to Heavy metals in everyday life by foods we consume,

Read More »

The Benefits of Massage in Winter.

Winter is a time when we are more likely to acquire viruses and colds, get muscle stiffness and dry skin, become lazier with the weather cooling down and we put aside physical activities. But it can be also a very cosy “me time” season, if we use the smart resources we have available, like warming up ourselves with a nice cup of tea, enjoying a good book wrapped up in

Read More »

Our Community – Meet Natalia

Russia Natalia was born bred in Barnaul in Russia (South of Siberia). She was brought up in a traditional family where there was a huge emphasis on being perfect and looking good. It’s just a part of the culture. Expressions like “what will the neighbours think”, “why can’t you be like that other child” and “make sure others come first” are very common. This culture makes it really hard to

Read More »

What are Adaptogens?

Adaptogens are a class of plants that are thought to fight stress and balance the body, they help the body cope with physical and mental stress by adapting to what the body requires at any given time. I know, this sounds too good to be true but studies have shown these herbs and mushrooms support your endocrine system (hypothalamus & pituitary and adrenal glands). This system is really important, but

Read More »

CONSTIPATION- everything you need to know

Constipation can be more than just a ‘pain in the bum’- it can be a chronic and severe problem. It is the name we give for difficult and infrequent stool passage with symptoms of straining, a sense of incomplete evacuation, hard/ lumpy stools or a prolonged time to pass a stool. There are many causes of constipation, including: Inadequate fibre Inadequate fluid (water) Stress Not going when the urge arises,

Read More »

How to Get the Best of Sunlight, without the Damaging effects of UV.

One of the best things about Australia is its sunny climate, but it’s also a source of constant danger, because of its strong ultraviolet (UV) radiation, giving Australia the world’s highest rates of melanoma. However, in recent years thanks to the latest technology, we are able enjoy the best of sunlight, while remaining safe from skin damage. This can be achieved thanks to infrared sauna development, using one on a

Read More »

How to Balance your Energy this Winter.

Winter is the time of rest and retreat, stillness and quiet. It is a usual cycle that allows the nature and all living beings to slow down and rejuvenate. However, with Covid lockdown it feels like we went into hibernation for an extra three months. The isolation, distancing, stagnation, loneliness, fear and anxiety also happened to be exactly the issues that winter tends to trigger or exacerbate when we are

Read More »

Our Community – Meet Victoria

The Back story Victoria grew up in Bondi and comes from a Greek/Australian background. She reflects on a relatively  “normal” upbringing, with the common dynamics of divorced parents and some emotional issues with her father. In fact Victoria created some necessary boundaries with her Dad and they didn’t speak from the age of 12. “Coincidentally I’ve been constipated from a similar age around puberty. By the age 15, I had

Read More »

Meet the team – ISO Edition Part #2

So last time we found out Social Isolating wasn’t so bad, it gave us more time… Crazy! And the things we can live without, well we probably will live without! Here are more of our tribe piping in with what’s been going on in ISO. Kylie Dowling – Nutritionist/Colonic Hydrotherapist  What is the number one thing you have missed? First thing you will do once Isolation is over… I’ve missed

Read More »

Meet The Team – ISO Edition

Look… it’s been weird, it’s been worrying and it’s been unpredictable, What a time to be Alive hey! So to the burning question of 2020… What have you been up to in Isolation? And we know there was more going on than the exchanged Banana Bread recipes, The Tiger King and Living Room Workouts… So we have delved deep into the private lives of our wonderful team to see what

Read More »

Our Community – Meet Sam

The Nomad. Sam Grew up in the coastal town of Newcastle with her Mum, Stepdad & sister. As soon as she finished high school at 18, she moved to Canada and backpacked around Mexico for 10 months with her best mate. This is when Sam first fell in love with travel, culture and meeting rad people. Still to this day, Sam oozes culture with her fabulous jewellery, bright coloured clothes

Read More »
WP Feedback

Dive straight into the feedback!
Login below and you can start commenting using your own user instantly