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How to build a large client base

As health and well-being practitioners establishing, growing and sustaining your business is challenging. Finding new clients, keeping them and generating more clients takes time, expertise and energy, and can take lots of effort without the right kind of support. We all want the ideal situation where a new client comes to see you, they are very

Watermelon and Strawberry Jelly

  Watermelon and Strawberry Jelly Cool, sweet and easy to make. This wholesome fresh fruit, vegetarian dessert is a summer favourite.   Recipe 5 cups of diced watermelon 1-2 cups of strawberries (or cherries when in season) ¾ cup Currants Pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon ¼ cup of sherry or mirin (Japanese cooking wine) 1

BBQ Prawns with Lemon Myrtle and Chilli

Heaven on a Stick – BBQ Prawns with Lemon Myrtle and Chilli If you like seafood, and especially prawns, you will love these. With just a hint of chilli, and with citrusy lemon myrtle and lime they really are heaven on a stick. Marinading the prawns before skewering them is the messiest part of the

Baked Snapper in Moroccan Spices

  Getting bored with the usual home cooked meals? This recipe will awaken the taste buds as the heady aroma of the Moroccan spices float around your kitchen. It is so easy to prepare and cooks quickly and tastes amazing. Enjoy! Serves 4 4 x medium sized snapper fillets (or other white fish) 2 tablespoons

Total Health & Well-being Day Retreat

Ever wanted a total day of health & well-being without going away to an expensive spa? For total health we need to take care of our physical mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. We invite you to take a day out of your normal routine and give yourself a well deserved mini retreat making time to look

Baked Cauliflower Dip

    Cauliflower has become the new cream cheese. This healthy snack is easy to prepare and packed full of flavour. It’s paleo, vegan and gluten-free but don’t tell the guests! Prep Time: 10 minutes Ingredients:   1 small head of cauliflower florets 2 tablespoons tahini (sesame seed paste) 1 large garlic clove 2 tablespoons

The new “selfie”

  It’s Mental Health Awareness week 8th to 14th October for Australia.  Not that it matters when and where given that the internet helps us be aware whichever country we reside. It’s all good though.  A lot of celebrities and Royals are talking about it and allowing “average” Jo or Joe to feel normal and

A Naturopathic guide to Anxiety

According to large population surveys, up to 33.7% of the population are affected by anxiety disorders at some point during their lifetime. Having a huge burden on our society, anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental health condition, and often follows a chronic course with strong links to related conditions. ​90% of people who suffer

Retrain your brain for permanent weight reduction 50% off

  Want to lose weight for summer? Tried dieting in the past – but always put weight back on and sometimes more? Discover why food becomes an addiction and why diets don’t work in the long term. Learn how to retrain your brain for permanent weight reduction. SAVE 50% ($251) NOW just $249 Weekly 2 HR

Chicken Quinoa & Beetroot Salad

  A well-balanced nourishing dish which is great as the days start to warm up! Chicken is high in the anti-viral amino acid, lysine (which is great for cold sores), and contains tryptophan – the precursor to our ‘feel good’ neurotransmitter, serotonin. Beetroot is a good source of anthocyanins – antioxidants that help to repair your DNA

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