Social Wellness

Social Wellness is the ability to relate to and connect with other people in our world. Our ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with family, friends and co-workers contributes to our Social Wellness.


Emotional Freedom Techniques, or EFT (often known as Tapping or EFT Tapping), is a universal healing tool that can provide impressive results for physical, emotional, and performance issues. EFT operates on the premise that no matter what part of your life needs improvement, there are unresolved emotional issues in the way. Even for physical issues, chronic pain, or diagnosed conditions, it is common knowledge that any kind of emotional stress can impede the natural healing potential of the human body.

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Home based Business

Home-based businesses in the town, suburbs or on the farm can be just as lucrative as office or factory jobs. Whether you are interested in gardening, crafts, DIY projects or personal service jobs, home based businesses offer the freedom to work from home at your own pace and to be your own boss.

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Personal Development Coaching

Personal Development is the conscious pursuit of personal growth by expanding self-awareness and knowledge, and improving skills to enable a fulfilled and successful life both personally and professionally.

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Stress Reduction

Stress management refers to the wide spectrum of techniques and psychotherapies aimed at controlling a person's levels of stress, especially chronic stress, usually for the purpose of improving everyday functioning.

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Weight Management

The main treatment for being overweight consists of dieting and physical exercise. Diet programs may produce weight loss over the short term, but maintaining this weight loss is frequently difficult and often requires making exercise and a lower calorie diet a permanent part of a person's lifestyle.

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Yin Yoga targets the deep connective tissue & the fascia of the body and creates new pathways to re-energise joints, connective tissue and increase mobility & flexibility. Muscles in Yin are unengaged, encouraged to soften so that the deeper tissues can create space and strength. Postures are held for a minimum of three minutes to allow softening and releasing. There are three tenets: 1) “Find an appropriate edge”: The practitioner moves slowly and gently into the posture, to where the sensations are felt in the body. 2) Stillness: the practitioner consciously releases into the posture, and to remain still, without shifting position; 3) Hold the posture using breath, releasing the mind. 4) Release mindfully out of the posture.

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