Beginner’s Guide to Meditation


Taking 10 minutes to do ‘nothing’ may seem like a luxury you can't afford. But it's essential when it comes to maintaining one of your greatest assets: your mind. The terms ‘meditation’ and ‘mindfulness’ might seem a bit hocus pocus but you've got to admit: we could all use some strategies to chill out from time to time.After all, your mental health is an imperative part of your overall health and influences your risk of developing illnesses such as heart disease, according to Beyond Blue and the Heart Foundation of Australia1.So here's a no fuss, research backed introduction to meditation.Redefining [...]

Beginner’s Guide to Meditation2020-11-06T09:08:24+00:00

Coronavirus – Questions Answered


So with so many changes happening in the world at the moment, we thought we would take the time to answer some of the common questions we are getting at the moment. Please note that the information below is general in nature and does not take in to account your personal circumstances. Please do not hesitate in contacting us if you would like to review your situation or have any questions. Centrelink I've lost my job, what should I do? Contact Centrelink as they will be able to assess your situation and determine what payments you may be eligible [...]

Coronavirus – Questions Answered2020-08-21T05:26:16+00:00

The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise


Exercise can be incredibly beneficial for the body, but it's also great for the mind. So what are you waiting for? Get moving! Let's explore some of the mental health benefits of exercise. We all know the feeling - that buzzy, warm glow we get after exercise. Whether it's a gentle jog, playing footy with the kids or lifting a personal best, exercising makes us feel good. But it isn't just the smug satisfaction of knowing we've been active for the day (although this is pretty nice too) – there's a scientific reason why moving our bodies makes us [...]

The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise2019-07-17T00:55:56+00:00
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