Exercise is important for everybody no matter your age and, as Erin Yarwood explains, if you don’t use it, you will lose it!
I’m not saying 65 is old, but it is around this age when the body starts slowing down or, at least not perform
In the words of Melinda Gannan from First Class Functions, “it takes a village to create a village”. Melinda and her team recently turned Noosa Woods into a world-class venue thanks to a cumulative effort from the local business community, as Jolene Ogle discovers.
Ageless is an adjective describing a person or thing whose age cannot be defined. It’s one of the wellness trends being researched as the ageing population evolves into an age-less demographic, as Katrina Thorpe discovers.
Longevity is the new anti-ageing or as I like to refer
Spring signals a reawakening and, as Deb Caruso discovers, help is at hand to replenish and revitalise after the ravages of winter.
I’m all for hibernating during winter so by the time spring arrives my skin and I are ready for a thorough awakening – and
Erin Yarwood explores the role of exercise in mental health and discovers that nothing is more motivating than a good cause!
Mood and physical activity go hand-in-hand. Whether we exercise for keeping fit, or socially with friends, the fact is it makes us feel good. So
What we do and what we think shows in our face. The more stress, pressure and overwhelmed we feel the more we see those feelings reflected in the mirror. Katrina Thorpe explores the many benefits of regular facials.
Have you ever noticed the difference in how
Claire Toone explains how you can beat the Winter blues with Barre.
As the weather gets colder and there are fewer daylight hours, it’s common to experience changes in our mood and behaviour. You might start to feel more lethargic and begin to experience fatigue, decreasing