The history and science of eating mindfully.
Well that was an unexpected end to the year, wasn’t it? For those of us in Sydney – we went from covid FREE to covid FEAR overnight…
Last week, we celebrated Walter Bellin’s 84th Birthday! For many of you there is no introduction required. For the rest, Walter is our wise elder…
What is empathy and how does it help us in the workplace?
“Centred Studies” pass which offers all final year students (and their immediately families) unlimited complimentary access to all our on-demand, live-streamed and in studio meditation sessions and workshops until the end of their final exams.
One of the biggest complaints that our guests have when they first come to us, is trouble sleeping. It's no surprise since almost a third of the population experiences problems with sleep. Quality sleep is a pillar of good health, so here are five strategies to help...
So what really is the best way to deal with all this family-life stress?
When most people are encouraged to ‘realise their potential’, they think that they need to look ‘out there’…
What does full-blown complete undivided presence mean and how so we cultivate it?
Your daily commute is actually the perfect time to engage in some mindfulness practice.
Despite the growing popularity of meditation and the known health benefits, there are still plenty of misconceptions.
Despite being told repeatedly by our parents to “eat your vegetables”, it seems many of us are still not getting enough.
We like to think of meditation as a game of sport. Once you know how to play, it’s easy!
What did you enjoy about lockdown and what are you committing to taking with you?
Winter is well and truly upon us. Nutritionally, we shouldn’t be eating the same thing day in day out.
We tend to favour the intelligence of our mind over the intelligence of our heart.
Here’s what I am grateful for…
Dealing with loss