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The starfish story is beautiful and you have probably heard it.  We hope that you enjoy reading it again and remember that your smallest action will make a difference, because the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.  

Whether you would like to make a change just for yourself, or help others to make a change for the greater good, your simplest action has the potential to make a difference for yourself and others.  A difference that will resonate beyond your time.  

Below you will find our current news, and special offers from Holistic Health and our trusted partners.  

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A new look!

EnsoSIn nature, nothing stays the same.  The seasons are continually changing and we either embrace the warmth, new life and hopefulness of a sunny spring day, or perhaps shiver and huddle against the cold winter winds.  And so too are our lives.  Change is a constant companion and we can either embrace it, or create resistance.   Our change, as we welcome the new location and growth of Holistic Health Melbourne, is a beautiful logo that perfectly reflects our philosophy.  Read more ...


We have moved!

Endota outside2Holistic Health is growing and we have moved into the CBD.  Our new home is at 69 Flinders Lane, within the beautiful Endota Spa, and we would love to share it with you.  Read more ...


 

Another Kinesiologist at Holistic Health

Ciara2Our team is growing, and we would like to extend a very warm welcome to Ciara Clerkin, who will be offering sessions on Friday and Saturday.  The work that Ciara does complements what we offer at Holistic Health, and more.  If you have auto-immune issues, hormone imbalances or gut-related issues then you will definitely benefit from a session with Ciara.  Being a Reiki practitioner and Yogi gives the work that Ciara does an even greater depth and sensitivity.  We would love you to meet her.  You can read more about Ciara here ...


 

Step Into Spring ... without the sniffles!

Spring SnifflesSpring is always welcomed after the long dark and cold days of winter. It’s a time of new growth and transformation. The days become longer, the temperature increases and the trees grow their new leaves again. It’s a time of new growth and transformation, a time to come out of hibernation!

However, for many people, Spring also means the return of sniffles and sinus issues as hay fever symptoms rear return once again.  Here are a few handy hints to help you to have a sniffle-free Spring!  

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Our offer to you

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If life is getting in the way and you are feeling out of balance, a Kinesiology session will help you to get you back on track and feeling as great as you would like to.  As you may not always have time for a full session, we are happy to offer a Kinesiology Express Balance that you can quickly schedule into your lunchbreak or a quiet time throughout the day.  Read more ...


 

Support Complementary Therapies and Natural Therapies

POSTER Pages from Natural-Therapies-Natural-Medicine-Petition-20.8.17.pdf_page_1Have you enjoyed the benefits of a relaxing Massage, a Chiropractic treatment, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine or Kinesiology?  As impossible as it may seem right now, these services, and many other Natural Therapies including Vitamin Supplements, may not be available in the future.  Read more ...


 

Is your body talking to you?

Sad manImagine that your body had its own intelligence, separate from your conscious mind and thinking processes. Imagine that your body knew what was best for you and worked hard to maintain balance and health, despite any habits, attitudes or beliefs that may make this task difficult.

However, unless you are aware of this and good at listening to your body, your initial solutions may make the problem worse. The science of Kinesiology can gently and quickly find out what your body wants you to know. It’s interesting that your body will always tell you when something has been bothering you for too long.   Read more ...


 

Healthy Options

You crave what is inside

For optimum health, or healing, it is best to eat as simply and naturally as possible.  Focus on food that will give your body information and nutritional value.  If you can do this, you may be surprised and delighted at how you feel after a few days.  Here are some recipes, and a 3 day eating plan if you find it difficult to get started.  Read more ...


 

Hyperton-X course

Trevor and client

BASIC HYPERTON-X / SPORTS KINESIOLOGY 14-16 October 2017 - Melbourne. Facilitated by Trevor Savage and Keren Wigley

This course will teach you how to release muscle tension, strengthen weak and painful muscles, increase flexibility, improve sports performance, enhance cognitive function, improve learning difficulties and release muscle memory.   It will also give you a comprehensive understanding of the body and the complexity of the effects of the brain’s programming and teach you how to correct imbalances and emotions that affect the physical body and brain function.  Fully accredited with the AIK.  Read more ...

 

Endota Spa offer

EndotaA visit to Endota Spa is taking a step into a very special place where time stops and you  are the most important person.  The kind, caring and highly professional Endota team members are commited to your well-being and will ensure that you get the very most out of this time that you have put aside for yourself.

We are delighted to share a special offer with you from Endota Spa at 69 Flinders Lane, Melbourne CBD.  Read more ...


 

The Starfish Story

Thank you Peter Straube for publishing this.

Once upon a time, there was an old man who used to go to the ocean to do his writing.  He had a habit of walking on the beach every morning before he began his work. Early one morning, he was walking along the shore after a big storm had passed and found the vast beach littered with starfish as far as the eye could see, stretching in both directions.

Off in the distance, the old man noticed a small boy approaching.  As the boy walked, he paused every so often and as he grew closer, the man could see that he was occasionally bending down to pick up an object and throw it into the sea.  The boy came closer still and the man called out, “Good morning!  May I ask what it is that you are doing?” Starfish3

The young boy paused, looked up, and replied “Throwing starfish into the ocean. The tide has washed them up onto the beach and they can’t return to the sea by themselves,” the youth replied. “When the sun gets high, they will die, unless I throw them back into the water.”

The old man replied, “But there must be tens of thousands of starfish on this beach. I’m afraid you won’t really be able to make much of a difference.”

The boy bent down, picked up yet another starfish and threw it as far as he could into the ocean. Then he turned, smiled and said, “It made a difference to that one!”

adapted from The Star Throwerby Loren Eiseley (1907 – 1977)

 

“A single, ordinary person still can make a difference – and single, ordinary people are doing precisely that every day.”
— Chris Bohjalian, Vermont-based author and speaker

 

We all have the opportunity to help create positive change, but sometimes you may find yourself thinking, “I’m already busy, and how much of a difference can I really make?”  I think this is especially true when we’re talking about addressing massive social problems like tackling world hunger or finding a cure for cancer, but it pops up all of the time in our everyday lives, as well.  You are probably already making a difference in some way and are not aware of it.  So perhaps this story will serve as a reminder for you.  You might not be able to change the entire world, but at least you can change a small part of it, for someone.

They say that one of the most common reasons we procrastinate is because we see the challenge before us as overwhelming, and that a good way to handle that is to break the big challenge down into smaller pieces and then take those one at a time – like one starfish at a time.  And to that one starfish, it can make a world of difference.