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Sacred Esoteric Healing and how it changed my life
How Sacred Esoteric Healing changed my life and helped me cure my depression – making me feel alive and energised again.
What is healing?
What is healing and does it really fix stuff? Why is healing more powerful than a cure?
Carbohydrate kid – No more! No pain, no bloating, no digestive discomforts
Inconceivable to give up carbs? What – going without toast for breakfast, sandwiches at lunch and pasta for dinner? Think twice! Even Emilia’s strong Italian roots couldn’t stop her going gluten free.
Pain during sex – what might this be telling you?
This article discusses painful sex – being a common but not openly discussed problem for many women. There is information available on ‘coping mechanisms’, but what might be the root cause of pain during sex? Is pain during sex something to deny, or ‘cope’ with or instead a call to stop, review and develop a more honest and trusting way of being with our partners, shedding light on how we ‘make love’.
Goodbye hardness – Hello spaciousness
How Esoteric Massage has supported this professional acrobat and fitness professional, letting go of the hardness and tightness in her body, returning to a spacious, graceful body as the delicate woman she is today.
It's not normal to live in pain
With nearly 1 person in every family in Australia experiencing chronic pain, has pain become something we regard as normal? Physiotherapist Kate Greenaway shares how understanding the role of connective tissue can help people lessen their chronic pain.
Checkpoints – A story of drugs, alcohol, violence, love and responsibility
Mark Twist had a traumatic childhood, tarnished by domestic violence, drugs, and alcohol abuse. Is it possible to change your life from such an upbringing? Mark Twist shares how – by taking responsibility.
Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, what a relief.
An ECTT treatment program helped Jeff return to more vitality with a mostly pain-free body, allowing him to enjoy his passion for recreational gardening.
Sore shoulders in women; are our bodies speaking to us?
What our shoulders (and their pain) tells us about ourselves and how we are ‘shouldering’ life.
Female Genital Mutilation – A man’s perspective
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) – a man’s perspective. Stephen Gammack’s in depth article looks at the facts as well as the factors that contribute to this global crisis for women.
Introduction to chronic pain management
Chronic pain is in epidemic proportions – in Australia 1 in 5 Australians live with chronic pain. Kate Greenaway, a physiotherapist, describes a fresh approach to pain management.
Back pain – what can I do?
Have you ever suffered from back pain? It is one of the commonest conditions experienced by people and is a major cause of suffering and sick leave.
Pain – is it all bad news?
Pain is not a failure, it is actually one of the body’s great success stories. It is a sign that our bodies are bringing attention to something that needs addressing in the way we are living.