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August 21, 2015

Here are some great tips on how to look after feet so they keeping you going for many years to come:  

  • Make a point to wash your feet (and between your toes!) with a washcloth carefully and regularly. Yes, that means bending over in the shower to soap them up; if you can’t balance safely, use a long-handled shower brush or sit on a chair outside the tub as you wash your feet under the faucets. Be sure to dry feet completely, including between the toes. This wash-and-dry system lessens problems such as athlete’s foot, odour, bacteria and fungus.

 

  • If you like to soak your feet, forget the Epsom salts—they’re too drying and don’t offer any m

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August 1, 2015

In an ever changing and innovative world of healing choices our healthcare system is becoming progressively segmented.  Each segment is evolving at such a rapid pace with technology in the forefront but we seem to be losing the connections between segments.  A little like a chain without the links. Each segment of our system, “our links” from the GP to the specialist to the surgeon seem to work wonderfully well and we are all familiar with the process until we come to the aftercare.  This is one area where our links become a little weak.  The relief of finally having that life altering surgery, followed by the frustration of the, “what now?” or the “is this it?” feeling.  Subconsciously we know that there should be something else but unsure just what it is, who to ask and where to go.  There have been many instances where the surgery was a success but because of the lack of aftercare at the onset,  for example physiotherapy, hydrotherapy or indeed any other healing options, recovery can and has been put back for many months. One of the objectives of “The Vasi Cen

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August 1, 2015

Working with and unblocking life force energy are quickly becoming popular healing choices worldwide. Two particular techniques are the “Metamorphic Technique” and “Alpha Alignment”. While I am only aware of one practitioner currently studying the Metamorphic Technique here in Perth, we have quite a few “Alpha Alignment” practitioners here in Perth, Western Australia. The founder of the Metamorphic Technique and Metamorphic Association in the 1970’s was a gentleman called Gaston Saint-Pierre who refined his work after encountering the “The Prenatal Therapy” of Robert St John. The Metamorphic Technique is practiced over a dozen countries around the world while the “Alpha Alignment” technique is becoming popular across Australia, Singapore. Both of these healing choices are very similar as in the intent is the same, to unblock life force energy and both used the feet, han

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August 1, 2015

Iris (“Rainbow” in Greek) Iris was the name of the Greek goddess of the rainbow who was also known as the messenger for the gods The historic meaning of iris includes faith, hope, wisdom, admiration and courage. Depending on their colour and location in the world they can have additional meanings such as dark blue or purple for royalty and yellow for passion. Irises were once used to make perfume as well as medical remedies. Today they are mostly used as cut flowers. For some of the uses of the iris in medical remedies can be found using the following link http://www.henriettes-herb.com/eclectic/kings/iris-vers.html

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