Yoga is more ancient than most people realise. Sanskrit recordings of Ayurvedic medicine and practises date back over 5000 years to India. The food, the yoga asanas and the meditation form a symbiotic circle.
There’s more to mushrooms than meets the eye. Some species provide psychedelic trips, some are delicious to eat, others just want to kill you. But did you know fungi can also survive in space, build things and help with the climate crisis?
Byron Bay Arts & Industry Estate Belle McPhee is an experienced herbalist and certified GAPS practitioner who works with all areas of gut health, inflammatory conditions, hormonal imbalance, auto-immunity, depression, anxiety, and other psychological conditions. Belle empowers her patients by joining the dots in their health history to promote understanding, and educating them to take the […]
Ballina Measure the energy levels of organs and systems via acupuncture points on the hands and feet identifying imbalances in the body. Testing for reactions to foods against organs and systems. Testing for viruses, bacteria, parasites, moulds, chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals. Coby has been working with this Bio-Energetic Stress Test system for 17 years. She […]
Tweed hinterland near Murwillumbah ‘This yoga training has honestly been one of the highlights of my life. Krishna Village is the perfect setting to become a yogi – a place of community, self-exploration, and joy.’ – Emily ‘Whether you are seeking a career in massage or want another life skill, the Intuitive Balinese Massage course […]
Myocum, Byron hinterland ‘Unique experience, magical place, fabulous food.’ – Loren, Melbourne Choose the dates that suit you and then select your experience – an event, personalised retreat, day pass for a few hours or overnight stay. Expect to leave revived, relaxed and renewed; recommitted to self and all of your potential. Tune into your spirit. […]
Byron Bay Sally specialises in conditions that benefit from complementary care in conjunction with orthodox medicine such as: SIBO Endometriosis Adjunctive Cancer Care Sally joined the team at Be Salon & Spa a year ago and is excited to share her knowledge and passion for natural medicine. She graduated with a Bachelor of Naturopathy from […]
Lachlan Cornell Superfoods are an unofficial category of foods that are thought to be nutritionally dense and superior to other foods. Blueberries, salmon, kale and açai are four of the most popular foods to gain the honour of being considered a superfood. Due to the unofficial status, there are no specific criteria that a food […]
Rachel Jeffery, Accredited Practising Dietitian It’s been a long day and you still have several hours performing at your peak before you can take a break. So how do you keep your energy levels up throughout the day and night. The key is to eat well, snack regularly if you do not have time for […]
Can what you eat enhance your performance as an athlete? This is the question that is being put under the microscope at the University of South Australia’s Alliance for Research in Exercise, Nutrition and Activity (ARENA). More specifically they are examining the impact of almonds and some dried fruits. ‘The bioactive components in almonds and […]
When you are pregnant, your diet assumes even greater importance. Not only do you want to nourish yourself and your unborn child, you also want to avoid foods that may be damaging to both of your health, says Anna Millichamp, Cape Byron Medical Centre’s paediatric dietitian. The main risks being targeted by the above restrictions are […]