Veterans Health Week

Posted by Kerryn Coombe on  October 21, 2017

Category: Events
This week is Veterans Health Week with a focus on the importance of actitivty for improving or maintaining Mental Health. 2017physicalactivityinfoflyer      
The importance of pram orientation for emotional health: why you need to turn it about     When I saw Kate pushing Princess Charlotte along in a vintage pram I wondered if there was more to it than simply following tradition. Professionals working in mental health and brain sciences are increasingly aware of the benefits gained by an infant who can make visual contact with a parent … even while out in a pram or stroller.  Early neuronal development Eye contact is a fundamental element of human communication and social learning (1,3). Infants are born with a sensitivity to several emotional expressions and during their first year they learn very quickly that the gaze of another person, particularly a caregiver, provides socially significant information (1). A child’s healthy development of neuronal pathways, and emotional regulation, depend on critical periods in early development. The more engaged the child is with the
Bessel van der Kolk offers a free seminar called Rewiring the Brain: Neurofeedback. Click here to go to his page.

21 Day Healing Journey with Brandon Bays

Posted by Graeme Richmond on  June 9, 2015

Category: Events
21 Day Healing Journey Meditations for profound healing and awakening. Commences 10 June – not too late to register: Register now for free! This exciting personal development program is just 15 minutes a day for 3 weeks, starting on Wednesday 10th June. Register now for free to start clearing emotions, mind chat, and physical issues. Click here to follow link to Mentors Channel Meditation  

Mindfulness in the Yarra Valley Weekend Retreat

Posted by Kerryn Coombe on  October 10, 2014

Category: Events
Mindfulness Retreat facilitated by psychologist and Buddhist practitioner – Heather Marriott. 7pm Friday 20 March – 3pm Sunday 22 March 2015 In this beautiful retreat environment you will learn the fundamentals of mindfulness practice including- The importance of mindfulness in context. Breathing techniques for staying in the present and cultivating  awareness. Mindfulness of body. Sitting and walking meditation. Using mindfulness to promote positive thoughts and emotions. This weekend will include teachings, meditation, class discussions and ample opportunity to enjoy the pleasant surrounds. Cost: $490 inclusive of single accommodation and wholesome meals. Book and pay before 1 February 2015 and receive a 10% discount. Book early as places are limited. For more info about teacher Heather Marriott see her website:
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