Author Archives: Phil Romeril

Remedial Massage For Stress Relief

remedial massage for neck pain

With our modern lifestyle, demands and pressures many people experience excessive levels of stress on a regular basis. Stress is not always a bad thing, it’s our body’s natural response to pressure or danger, and keeps us alert and prepared to face the challenges we’re faced with. However, long-term stress has numerous adverse effects on […]

Is Massage Good For Headaches?

is massage good for headaches?

Headaches are extremely common, with more than 6 million Australians experiencing some form of headaches on a regular basis. Headaches are also one of the most common reasons Australians give for missing a day of school or work.  Headaches can have many causal factors including stress, heredity, lack of sleep, infections, diseases, injuries and lifestyle […]

The History of Yoga And How It’s Key Benefits Are Still Used Today

The History Of Yoga

Yoga is an extremely popular form of stretch, exercise and relaxation in the modern world, however many people aren’t aware of the cultural and spiritual importance of yoga. In order to fully understand yoga it’s important to know the basic history of yoga and how its key benefits are still used today. The History of […]

Start Your Day Right with Morning Yoga Stretches

morning stretch

The way you start your morning can have a profound impact the rest of your day. From eating a healthy breakfast to performing some quick morning yoga stretches, there are a number of ways to ensure that you’re ready to face all the challenges life throws at you. Many people find that following a simple […]

Relieve Stress – Self Care Tips

stress relief

Stress is a major issue in Australia with an estimated 13% or 2.4 million Australians aged 18 and over reporting high or very high levels of psychological distress. However, in many ways stress is just a part of being human. Stress motivates us to perform tasks that we might not otherwise pursue, and it’s because of […]

What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Can We Treat It?

seasonal affective disorder

It’s quite normal to feel a little lethargic, depressed and sleepy when the weather is cold and the days are shorter. However, if you are someone who suffers from seasonal affective disorder (SAD), the changes in weather will have a much more profound effect on your mood and energy levels. So, what is seasonal affective […]

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