REST a Science and an Art

At last there is now so much talk about ‘busy’ that we are ready for its alter ego: Rest.
Art pushes ‘Pause’

Art pushes ‘Pause’

I walked into the Dowse Gallery in Upper Hutt, and was unprepared for the impact of an installation work by Liu Jianhua. She is a Chinese artist showing a new work (never before shown outside of China) of glistening pools of gold-coated porcelain. The room was about...

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You CAN Run Pain Free! –

I came across this book, The 5 Step Method for enjoying injury free and faster running as shared by Author Brad Beer in You CAN Run Pain Free! (c) 2015 My Back’s Physio Australia Pty Ltd. I haven't read it right through, but I think the 5 Steps to running pain free...

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The Power behind The Calm

The Power behind The Calm

Strip away the philosophies of Eastern religions, meditations or mindfulness, and there it is - THE EXTRAORDINARY PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM. if you don't know what I mean - it is the opposite set of nerves to the fabulous Adrenaline and Sympathetic Nervous system...

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So Many Slouchers!

I sometimes think the science of body language can be used as choreography to subliminally influence others, but when we are not consiously using it,  it is certainly an unspoken way we communicate our attitudes to others. Slouching communicates that you have less...

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Jesus’ Stress Seminar

Jesus’ Stress Seminar

Jesus used 2 different greek words for rest in the 2 promises he gave his disciples in his stress management seminar. One is a rest that Jesus gives us - Mathew 11 : 28  "Come to me all you who labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest"   - so all we have to...

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Intentional Rest

Intentional Rest

I fear that if we do not balance the fast lane with recovery time We will get to the end of the road with Regrets that it happened too quickly and the quality of the Life we aspired to has slipped through our experience. We haven’t taken Rest seriously enough, or...

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Overtraining : Overbusy

Athletes who push too hard can end up with the same symptoms as people who have pushed busy in their lives too hard for too long. They can feel fatigue, mood changes, irritability, lack of motivation, frequent infections, skin rashes, panic attacks, allergies, chest...

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The Power of Breathing.

The Power of Breathing.

You can increase or decrease your anxiety and stress levels by changing how you breathe. I have spent the last few decades being amazed at how something so simple as normal breathing can be so lifechanging. It all comes back to letting those neck and shoulder muscles...

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Free Breathing and Relaxation Session

Free Breathing and Relaxation Session

Improve your breathing – buy the book

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