There are a number of different types of Muscular Dystrophies. Most of the research into exercise and neuromuscular conditions has focused on Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Becker Muscular Dystrophy. This factsheet provides a general overview of benefits for neuromuscular conditions…. Continue Reading >

The Power Of The Attachment Bond: Part One

by Elizabeth Ryan    Attachment is possibly the most important issue for a baby’s healthy development.  It starts with the emotional bond or relationship between the main caregiver (referred to below as “mother”) and baby. Being baby’s first relationship experience,… Continue Reading >

6 Expert Tips for a Healthy Easter

From clinical nutritionist, blogger and author Jess Sepel Easter is traditionally a time for overindulging in chocolate eggs or other sweet treats, however this year there’s an even bigger focus on being with loved ones and looking after the wellbeing… Continue Reading >

5 Simple Hacks to go from Surviving to Thriving!

By Krissy Regan The Wellness Poet   I’m guilting of living in “Survival Mode”, I think many parents and chronically sleep deprived Mum’s can relate to this feeling.  Survival mode is not fun, fancy or freedom – it’s an uncomfortable… Continue Reading >

Kemar Meaningful Directions

Kemar Meaningful Directions is a specialist wellbeing service that runs online or face-to-face group programs focused on helping women to: reconnect with themselves, understand their core values, engage in self-compassion, learn techniques for overcoming unhelpful thoughts and unwanted emotions, and develop steps on how… Continue Reading >

How To Support Your Child During A Separation

Going through a separation can be a complex journey, and it can be impossible to predict how this decision is going to impact your child. Regardless of their age, children are very intuitive to change and unrest, and so it… Continue Reading >

5 Powerful reasons why practicing breath work will change your life

By Dean Gladstone Functional Breathing is linked to better facial development in kids, proper breathing is improved aesthetics which are more functional. So the reverse is true also improper breathing is dysfunctional which affects facial development negatively. Functional Breathing… Continue Reading >

Salute To Victorian Carers For Truly Incredible Care

Nearly half of all Victorians (726,600) have been in a situation where they’ve provided help to look after a loved one but only a fraction realise their efforts make them unpaid carers and the. And as these silent heroes provide… Continue Reading >

How to Develop Happiness: A Checklist

Research suggests that “Happiness” is a learned skill and as such, we are all capable of achieving it. Regardless of age, sex/gender, financial or relationship status, there are things we can do to increase our happiness and to release those… Continue Reading >

Amplify Your Happiness (and that of your kids) In Less Than 15 Minutes A Day

You’ve landed here for a reason. Trust that this is exactly where you are meant to be right now and read on. The worst that could happen is that you end up smiling a little more. I want to invite… Continue Reading >