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NEW Body Ease Somatic Movement with Meredith

Why Somatic Movement? Somatic Movement uses simple yet effective movements to retrain your body’s movement. It is great for people who suffer pain, or stiffness or difficulty moving as well as people who love to explore how their body moves. I became a Somatic Movement Coach in 2015, as did Meredith Dolan. I became interested […]

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Walk Easy with Body Harmony – Bodywork for change

My client came limping into the room. Their foot wasn’t landing completely on the floor. I asked what had happened to their foot. They had broken a bone in the foot 6 months previously but they were still compensating for the injury. Movement compensation Compensation is when your body thinks that there is still an […]

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Body Harmony Techniques – Sponging to Invite Movement

The magic of the ocean Walking along the beach at Noosa, the water lapped against my feet along the waters edge. The water washed up and back from the beach. The movement of the water mesmerised me as it washed in, reached its edge and then pulled back. The water merged and reformed as it […]

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Body Harmony in Nature exercise

Connecting with Nature can be therapeutic and healing, and even used to help solve problems. I love going for early morning walks or drives, Nature never fails to give me a gift for the day. Here is a simple nature connect exercise that you can use help embody an intention. Start with an intention, then […]

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Some Moments are Gold

Robyn Barraclough, who is a Dorothy Hall trained Herbalist, Homeopath, International Body Harmony Teacher and Mother had this heart-warming story to tell us this week – “My daughter was really angry and upset yesterday, so I sat with her last night and breathed with her, and she relaxed and calmed. Today when her younger brother […]

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Shifting from Holiday Mode to Work Mode

Have you given yourself some time out for the Christmas and New Year season? Time out, holidays or time to relax is an important part of being able to function effectively. Our bodies need rest and recovery. Whether its time out each day, or time out after a certain period of time, it gives the […]

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Simple Steps To Reach Your Goals For The New Year

Some Simple Steps To Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Come True from Natural Therapist Robyn Barraclough ……. With the New Year, comes new hopes, new dreams, new ideas. We make plans to do grand things. Some things we do, but a lot go by the wayside. I like BJ Fogg’s Tiny Habits to help with […]

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Awareness Using Bodywork and Facial Signs

Take a few moments out of your day to bring gifts to yourself.  Robyn Baraclough, Natural Therapies Practitioner, offers some practical ways to create awareness in your body through simple body work – Sometimes we get so caught up in the day to day, that we forget to take a moment to see how we […]

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“So this is what happiness feels like!”

Have you ever had someone try to describe to you what something is like, but you don’t actually have an experience of it? It’s like telling someone what jumping on a trampoline is like, but they have never jumped on a trampoline before, so they don’t have a reference point. Yet put them on a […]

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Tips and Tricks For Fussy Eaters From A Natural Therapist

Did you know it takes at least 5 – 10  tastes of a food before the new taste is accepted? Food sensitivities, and other issues are such a big part of today’s world. What to do for picky eaters, or food aversions was just one of the topics Natural Therapist Robyn Barraclough covered in a […]

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