Written by, Dr Rochelle K Hammond (Acupuncture, TCM) When you are struggling to conceive, you want a plan of action, clear direction and to know what the next steps are. We want to share with you what we know works and what we say to the women and couples who come to see us in […]
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West Street Wellbeing invites you to come and hear from our Practitioners as they share with you clinical insights about their area of expertise. September Topic: Preconception Care & Difficulty Conceiving This is a great opportunity to: Have a look around our clinic and studio Meet our knowledgeable practitioners and learn from their combined experiences Ask […]
Written by Dr Luke McPherson (CM) Relieve pain, and repair the joint! Knee pain can be debilitating! It is a load bearing joint that is in use the entire time we are on our feet. The fact that this can cause constant pain can really impact on your quality of life and make it difficult […]
MAYOGA is more than just Yoga… It is MORE AWARE Yoga, where you learn and feel each movement, each breath, each gesture and the purpose of each sound. MaYoga practices use a blend of techniques beyond traditional yoga to incorporate Tao meditation and manual-etheric movements. MAYOGA practice provides a physical, emotional, spiritual and mental workout […]
Connecting the Heart with the Brain. MaYoga was born out many life stories which highlighted the dis-connection, mainly of heart and brain in humanity, and the emotional and physical impact this has on humans and the planet as a whole. One of these stories took place in 2010, shortly after the devastating earthquake in Chile […]
Written by Chantelle Van Der Weyden Can you relate to any of the following? Low mood, chronic stress, brain fog, memory loss, an inability to concentrate, irritability, feelings of overwhelm, hopelessness, a racing mind, ruminating thoughts, lack of motivation, insomnia. You are not alone! A whopping 1.1 billion people worldwide experience symptoms just like these. […]