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What Sugar & Cocaine Cravings have  in Common

What Sugar & Cocaine Cravings have in Common

Here’s a scary fact. When scientists took MRI images of the brains of people consuming sugar and highly addictive drugs like cocaine, the same pleasure centers in the brain started lighting up. Sounds pretty, scary, doesn’t it? But what does it actually mean to your...

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4 Steps to Emotional Wisdom

4 Steps to Emotional Wisdom

Recently, as a mother I had to face a personal fork in the road that bore deep into my heart. As parents we wish only for the best for our children, and hope their choices in life will bring happiness and contentment to themselves and the rest of us as a family unit....

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Alleviate Tension and Stress

5 Natural Ways to Alleviate Tension   How we live our lives today is so much different than 20 or 30 years ago. Even though we’re technologically advanced, we’ve also been carrying the burden of being alert and ready 24/7. We have everything at our fingertips....

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How Fearless Are You?

How Fearless Are You?

Every person has some type of fear inside of them. You may be worried or scared about performing well at work. Or you may be afraid that you have developed a serious illness. These are all solid fears but it is the way in which you handle them that counts. While it...

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A Holistic Approach to Weight loss

In a world where we are constantly bombarded by media, ‘expert ‘opinions and all things marketing, it’s no wonder that people have become confused when it comes to weight loss or health choices. So what approach should we take, and what should we be looking for in our...

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Why Movement is Important for Wellbeing

How many muscles do you have?   The human body has more than 650 muscles. Muscles are made up of muscle fibres. Each fibre is thinner than a human hair and can support up to 1000 times its own weight. Our muscles grow stronger, bigger and more pliable through...

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  • Judith Peters

    Rosemary Dugan from the Beauty Department now offers sessions to current students to develop their self-awareness, self-esteem and self-confidence and through doing so she is inspiring motivation and a belief in their ability to learn and achieve their goals.

    Student responses have been positive in regard to active engagement and participation, self-reflection and re prioritisation of their lives, attitudes and shared values. Positive and resilient behaviours have been noted to be evolving in students within these cohorts.

  • Kathryn Schache

    I had my first session of Reiki with Rosemary and Rosemary was very welcoming, professional, and the environment was set up to create a relaxing, peaceful ambience. Rosemary explained the whole process to me prior to starting the treatment and most importantly debriefed with me about how the reiki session went and I found this to be very beneficial.

    I would highly recommend Reiki to anyone that requires a relaxing and peaceful treatment to destress and purely just for rejuvenating the mind, body and soul. Rosemary thank you for showing compassion and being understanding of my situation and putting me at ease prior to my first Reiki Session.

  • Gillian Wilson

    I was expecting feelings of calmness and relaxation. It was definitely that and so much more. I have had difficulty with this testimonial in the sense that it is hard to describe in words. Reiki with Rosemary is something you need to experience for yourself. Her kind compassionate and patient nature enables her to be the perfect vehicle to allow me to tune in to my true self and know that my future is in my hands and I can create the life that I have imagined. I am excited for anyone that come across Rosemary’s path and wish her every success with her mission to assist others.

    Thank you Rosemary

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