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  1. Move with the Rhythm 2:   Find your Motivation

    Move or stagnate. It’s that simple.
    Just as a ‘rolling stone gathers no moss’, moving your body all through the day, and in lots of different ways, is the key to feeling good, sleeping well, and keeping your physical health & mental faculties well into old age.

  2. Move with the Rhythm 1:   Feeling Good Today


    Our bodies are designed for movement. They need to move, and they love to move.
    Body movement provides stimulation, encourages regeneration, and enhances flow & communication through all parts of the system.

  3. Lunar Cycle 2: Moon Wishing

    As explored in Lunar Cycle 1: Moon Tides, we all experience the moon’s influence on our physiology, behaviour and mood, whether we see it or not, but having an awareness of shifting lunar dynamics enables us to ride these waves to best effect.

  4. Lunar Cycle 1:   Moon Tides

    Recently, I had an unusually disrupted, disorganised day. With one thing after another going a bit sideways, I thought “What the hell is going on today? I wonder if it’s a full moon”.

  5. The Rhythm Diet

    Forget the Five-Bite Diet, the Hollywood Diet, the Grapefruit Diet and the Starvation Diet … If you want a healthy body weight, just follow the Rhythm Diet!
    I call it the ‘rhythm diet’ because it’s about eating in synch with your body’s natural cycles.

  6. for everything, there is a Season

    We all recognize that wonderful rise in energy as spring rolls in after a cloudy, cosy winter on the couch. Where there was little desire to get out and about, we suddenly have a new ‘spring’ in our step, and the urge to be more active.
    Interestingly, our ‘winter retreat’ is due to more than just cold weather.

  7. Beauty Sleep

    The search for the ‘fountain of youth’ has brought forth beauty creams, wonder bras, and a million other ‘perfect solutions’, but we all know that real beauty comes from within.

  8. Are you an Early Bird or a Night Owl?

    All over the world, we keep our digital clocks synchronized, and set our morning alarms to suit work and school start times. But if you let your body run on natural time, would it choose these waking and bedtime hours?
    The average person’s circadian cycle (body clock) runs at slightly over 24 hours, and resynchronizes daily with environmental triggers.

  9. Seeing the Light

    One of the best things you can do for yourself is to step outside for a few minutes each morning, as soon as you wake up, to greet the day and ‘see the light’.

  10. Going with the Flow

    Your life and body functions operate in rhythms & cycles which are aligned with nature's own rhythms.True harmony can be found when you align your life to flow with these natural cycles.
    Our Earth turns on its axis daily, orbits the sun annually, and is orbited by the moon monthly.
 


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