Mind Body Medicine - Building Body Wisdom

We are so much more than flesh and blood. Our physical bodies are constantly responding to what is happening in our emotional and mental states, yet we so often only seek help for the physical problem, denying or forgetting the role that the mind and emotions play in that physical problem. Mind body medicine explores how we can deepen our innate body wisdom by looking closely at the thoughts and feelings affecting our physical health.

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Why Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome can't be diagnosed with ultrasound!

Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)? We are seeing an increase in the diagnosis of PCOS, and an alarming number of clients telling us they have been diagnosed without proper bloodwork being done. Time to cut the BS around PCOS…Here’s what you need to know about being diagnosed with PCOS!

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What's my gut got to do with my Endometriosis?

The usual mainstream route of treatment for endometriosis sufferers is the use of the combined oral contraceptive pill. This is recommended under the belief that endometriosis is a hormonal condition ONLY, which research (and common sense?) shows is not the case. Here we discuss the many factors that come into play in endometriosis, including bacteria, dysbiosis and immune-mediated inflammation.

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My Tips as a Special Needs Mum - From One Carer to Another

It may or may not surprise you (if you’re a special needs parent yourself, definitely not!) that it’s believed carers of those who have a disability have at least double the risk of mental health issues. I wanted to put the focus on carers for a moment, and what we can do as carers to help ourselves… because sometimes no one else is noticing how we are.

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Emily Banks
The Burke Family Story - Autism Awareness Day 2019

Wendy here, doing my part in spreading awareness for autism; something that’s very close to my heart. I have 2 boys; Ethan who is 12 and Ryan who is 9.  When Ryan was 3, he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.  This is our story, shared in the hopes that it may help to promote awareness around the day-to-day challenges in families with special needs children, and what it’s like from the inside looking out.

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Emily Banks
Endometriosis and the Bacterial Contamination Hypothesis - A must read for those with Endo!

The usual mainstream route of treatment for endometriosis sufferers is the use of the combined oral contraceptive pill. This is recommended under the belief that endometriosis is a hormonal condition ONLY, which research (and common sense?) shows is not the case. Here we discuss the many factors that come into play in endometriosis, including bacteria, dysbiosis and immune-mediated inflammation.

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Kinesiology FAQs

Our minds are like computers, and kinesiology can help to debug patterns that no longer serve us. Kinesiology can be a bit mind-boggling to explain… so we thought we’d leave this here to answer your basic questions about this amazing modality. The computer picture will make sense in a minute!

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