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Your teacher LORRAINE WEBB is a visionary -
She sees and knows the way ‘Home’
Awaken the ascended master
within! This is the fast track!
Your teacher LORRAINE WEBB is a visionary. She sees and know the way ‘Home’
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HEALING THE PAST WORKSHOP and CONSULTATIONS FOR
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• Transfers to the Rock
• Daily yoga & stretch
• Welcome & Farewell dinner
• Connecting to your soul group
• Under the stars meditation
This program will connect you to your Higher Self, to the
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This is a no-brainer. It’s never too late to quit
smoking to improve your health and there’s
a lot of support a round to help you give up.
As soon as you stop smoking your body
begins to repair itself. Within six hours, your
heart rate slows and your blood pressure
decreases. Get more tips and start today at
w w w.quit.org.au or ca ll the Quitline
Bring your dog to work
(but check if its OK first!)
Having dogs in the workplace not only creates
a happier, more productive workforce, but
there are also benefits to people’s physical
wellbeing. People who have pets move more,
have lower blood pressure and lower stress
levels, a nd having dogs in the workplace can
a lso reduce stress in the office and increase
social interaction bet ween staff members
who might not normally talk to each other.
Take up a new sport or get
involved in an arts activity
Start by downloading VicHealth’s free
TeamUp app which lists hundreds of sports
activities in your neighbourhood. From a
spontaneous kick of footy to helping out a
netball team looking for la st-minute subs.
Or boost your overa ll health and wellbeing
by joining in an arts activity such as learning
to paint or enrolling in juggling school.
Social isolation is a risk factor for mental
illness and poor health in general, so getting
together with like-minded people is great for
Stand up especially at work
Sitting is the new smoking. Sitting for long
periods each day is really bad for you, a nd
ca n’t all be compensated for by heading to
the gym for a workout every few days. But
there are lots of things you ca n do. Refresh
your mind and body by getting up from
your desk every hour. Take the stairs instead
of the lift. Hold a wa lking meeting. Stand
up when you’re on the phone and ban eating
at your desk. Take your lunch outside and
go for a wa lk. Speak with your employer
about a sta nding workstation if your job is
particularly sedenta ry (e.g. ca ll centre). It
could make a big difference to your health
What moves you?
Find out what works best for you and build
exercise into your day. Walk or ride to work,
take the stairs, or get off the tram or bus a
few stops early. Ms Rechter recommends
a pedometer: “I have that goal of 10,000
steps every day, and I feel a real sense of
achievement when I reach that number. It’s
a magic number that can start to make a
difference to your overall health.”
Invest time in others and make
Having a strong friendship circle is key
to improving your overa ll happiness and
wellbeing. A great way of meeting new
people is volunteering in a field that interests
you. “Volunteering will make you happier
and improve your overa ll life satisfaction,”
says Ms Rechter. “It boosts your ability to
cope with illness, helps prevent depression
and lowers overa ll hospitalisation levels.”
Dancing is a wonderful way for people to
get their hearts pumping and meet their
30 minutes of daily physical activity, while
also having fun and meeting new people.
Why not take part in VicHealth’s I Could
Have Danced All Night at White Night
on February 21? Or dance like nobody’s
watching at No Lights No Lycra, an all-ages
casual dance class for the pure joy of dancing
in the dark!
Healthy New Year!
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