Showing blog results tagged with 'natural health'
Monday, 3 April 2023
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been practised for thousands of years, and one of its most interesting concepts is the Chinese Medicine Body Clock.
Monday, 26 December 2022
Saturday, 3 December 2022
Thyme has long held its position as a culinary staple around the world, however, its range of use spans far beyond the kitchen. Other than being the seasoning of choice for roast chicken and potatoes, our herb of the month can be infused in honey, burnt…
Wednesday, 30 November 2022
There’s a bridge that lies between being a student and being a practitioner. It takes us from the relatively cushioned environment of learning to a wide unknown world. Every practitioner has once stood on the edge of that bridge, crossing from one world…
Sunday, 27 November 2022
Meet the instructor: Emma Sternberg
After moving from the country to the beach, Emma Sternberg's creativity flourished and led her to establish her first business. This experience saw Emma develop an understanding of the business side of natural hea…
Tuesday, 25 October 2022
A people person from the start, Glashie Qudsia turned her natural passion into a commitment to helping others reach their potential. For the past 16 years, Glashie has been working as an educator and mentor in the vocational training field — helping uni…
Wednesday, 21 September 2022
I was lying on the table, legs in butterfly pose, naked from the waist down except for the small sheet that never seemed to cover enough of my exposed body. I was back for yet another ‘female physio’ appointment in an attempt to better understand what w…
Sunday, 11 September 2022
Naturopath, clinic supervisor, mentor. These are just a few of the hats the Endeavour Short Course instructor, Holly Moffit wears. Holly lives and breathes natural health and clearly loves what she does (which is a lot!). We take a few minutes with Holl…
Monday, 15 August 2022
From an early age, Tanya Morris knew that natural health was her calling. It was only when she began working in the student clinics at Endeavour College that she realised she also enjoyed teaching and the world of academia.
Wednesday, 20 July 2022
Tea has been used for centuries for a variety of reasons – from treating medical conditions to being an important part of cultural ceremonies and social interactions.
Here are just a few common herbs that can be used for therapeutic benefit:
Thursday, 19 May 2022
In 2019, against the advice of friends and family, we traded space for time. Selling our house and most of our things, my husband Rob and I moved into a tiny apartment close to the city. Though we didn’t know anyone who had downsized except after financ…
"I wanted to understand the science behind healthy eating so that I could explain it well to my clients. This course was the best online one I’ve ever done."
- Mitch Kemmis
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