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  1. Renew Your Mind with Neuro-Linguistic Programming
    Renew Your Mind with Neuro-Linguistic Programming

    Visualise your ideal you, alter your internal dialogue, correct limiting beliefs, risk criticism from others, roll your shoulders back, breathe, smile and offer your fabulous self to the world.

  2. Sassy Summer Skin
    Sassy Summer Skin

    Bring out your glow and feel amazing with a dose of self-love and some good skincare tips. Treat yourself with totally natural products or make your own from skin enriching ingredients like argan oil, avocado, oats, yoghurt, honey, lemon and more. There's so much to be said for the ritual of nurturing, and our advice is to fall in love with pampering yourself.

  3. Meet Our Cover Model
    Meet Our Cover Model

    After gaining over 50 kg during her studies and early working life, our cover model Tracey-Lee Lusty started her popular FITNESSGIRL Instagram account to document her weight loss journey in January 2016. What started as a personal visual diary grew into a source of inspiration for thousands, and Tracey started the FITNESSGIRL website to offer readers more health and fitness info, as well as a snapshot into her busy life as a full-time attorney. We chat to her about the secrets behind her success.

  4. Supplement Savvy
    Supplement Savvy

    Get clarity on which supplements to take with some foundational advice from Metagenics. Their suggestion for all round good health is the 'Foundation Four.' Here's what you need...

  5. Tree Time - by Lara Potgieter
    Tree Time - by Lara Potgieter
    We all know that trees provide oxygen, clean the air and combat climate change. We're grateful for their wood and food, and value their importance as home to an array of animals. What we don't always think of is that they also conserve energy, save water, help prevent soil erosion, increase property value and heal in ways both subtle and profound.
  6. Growing Gratitude - by Lara Potgieter
    Growing Gratitude - by Lara Potgieter
    Grateful adults are happier, more optimistic, have better social connections, and are more satisfied in all areas of their lives. The same applies to children, who can be inspired to make gratitude a way of life through a number of conscious parenting attitudes and activities.
  7. Wild Thing - by Lara Potgieter
    Wild Thing - by Lara Potgieter
    You've perfected your discipline at Ashtanga, worked up a sweat at Bikram, harnessed your energy at Kundalini and found your Zen at Yin. What could possibly be next? We round up ten lesser-known yoga styles that may surprise even the most seasoned practitioners.
  8. Deep Healing From Within
    Deep Healing From Within

    Heighten your spa experience by bedding down and using the weekend to relax even more deeply. I always feel that it's such a treat after a massage or spa treatment not to have to drive anywhere but to be able to extend the relaxing effect further throughout the day. That's why a spa weekend makes so much sense. Heading out to Paternoster, a sleepy beach town on the Cape West Coast, is an ultimate treat.

  9. Dream Life
    Dream Life
    Machiel Klerk, analytical psychologist and dream analyst gives immense weight to the role that dreaming can have on our lives. I sat with him in an interview and couldn't help being mesmerized by his stories about dreaming. Dreams are the habitat of the inner genius and if we learn how to connect with them they'll direct us towards leading a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
  10. Yoga Nidra - by Kirsten Alexander
    Yoga Nidra - by Kirsten Alexander
    We look at an ancient practice called yoga nidra as a way to improve sleep, reduce stress and generally bring about a healthier, happier life.
  11. Mind Over Muscle - by Kirsten Alexander
    Mind Over Muscle - by Kirsten Alexander
    Is true strength really all in the mind? From the ancients to modern day body builders, it appears there's something in it.
  12. A Guide to Ayahuasca - by Skye Forrester
    A Guide to Ayahuasca - by Skye Forrester

    Yag, Vine of the Soul, The Tea, La Purga, La Medicina; thinking of experiencing Ayahuasca? Here's what you need to know. We speak to experienced Shamanic Space Holders, Skye and Helm Indira, for a practical guide to this ancient brew.

  13. Ayurvedic Beauty Ritual - by Kirsten Alexander
    Ayurvedic Beauty Ritual - by Kirsten Alexander
    Abhyanga is an Ayurvedic beauty ritual designed to promote health, youth and beauty. Follow this daily practise for a holistic healing morning routine. There's nothing quite like a soothing, full-body, warm oil massage to melt away body tension. Combine that with a daily practice of self-love and you have the incredible power of Abhyanga. This massage routine is a part of the daily practices specified in Ayurvedic medicine; a steady ritual promoting health, youth and beauty.
  14. All About Magnesium
    All About Magnesium
    Magnesium is such an essential mineral; we've dedicated a whole article to looking at why it's good for you, why you may be lacking it, and how you can be sure to get the most from your daily intake.
  15. Cover Model - Candice Bodington
    Cover Model - Candice Bodington
    Cover model Candice Bodington shares her favourite recipe, describes her wellness journey, and throws in a few lifestyle tips.
  16. 4 Supplements We Love
    4 Supplements We Love
    Eastern intelligence says our bodies are woven from food. The nutrients we ingest metabolise into the energy and information that form our cells, tissues, and organs. Our bodies have a daily need for essential vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to maintain balance. Here are our 4 favourite supplements of the month.
  17. Vedanta on Stress
    Vedanta on Stress
    Craig Warren, a student of Vedanta philosophy, teaches us the science behind the mind as a way to overcome stress. Living in a peaceful realm no matter what the external circumstances might seem far fetched, but not according to Vedanta. We ask Craig how.
  18. Peace in Paradise - by Camilla Marsh
    Peace in Paradise - by Camilla Marsh

    There's no better way to relish the benefits of rest and relaxation than at a boutique yoga retreat in paradise. The Paradise Retreat, run by local lady turned Australian, Rachi Perera, is a seven day programme of yoga, spa dates, surf lessons and so much more, set between the sunny shorelines of Sri Lanka.

  19. You & Your Ego - by Claudia Klein
    You & Your Ego - by Claudia Klein
    Most people condemn the ego. It's often considered as something that must be be suppressed or subdued. Gaining an understanding of what the ego is and how we can use it in a positive way is a process of self-discovery that can add depth to life.
  20. The Art of Story Telling - by Helen Hansen
    The Art of Story Telling - by Helen Hansen
    Storytelling is an art with many benefits for both listener and teller. It's an art that can be cultivated and practised. Being able to retell events in a captivating manner can bring joy and happiness. Transformational facilitator Helen Hansen encourages us to tell more stories and offers the motivation and tips needed to get started.
  21. Bring on The Birds
    Bring on The Birds

    Attracting birds to your garden is an easy and affordable way to enliven your environment.

  22. Natural Anti-biotics
    Natural Anti-biotics
    If you'd like to keep yourself absolutely healthy during wintertime you may want to take some natural antibiotics. There are many herbs and foods that have powerful antibiotic, anti-fungal and antibacterial effects that are easy to make part of your daily routine. We look at garlic, Echinacea, colloidal silver and Pau D'arco. These natural solutions have deep healing attributes and are hard working preventive options.
  23. Oh My Nerves - by Kirsten Alexander
    Oh My Nerves - by Kirsten Alexander
    What exactly does the nervous system do; and how can we make sure we keep ours healthy, in balance and performing optimally? We unpack the signs of imbalance and simple home remedies to help you keep your nervous system in check.
  24. Life, Wellness & Everything Else
    Life, Wellness & Everything Else
    Seth Sezi, business strategist, blogger, photographer, fashionista and all round talent is our fabulous July cover model. He has a natural enthusiasm and style that's infectious and got the whole team going during the shoot. We ask Seth a bit more about his life journey and how he lives life well.
  25. Creature Comforts
    Creature Comforts
    From reducing or cutting out your meat intake to choosing cruelty-free products, adopting a stray pet or volunteering at a sanctuary, there are so many ways you can support animal rights.
  26. Happy Stress Balance - By Helen Hansen
    Happy Stress Balance - By Helen Hansen
    Most people have heard of healthy stress, in essence it's a burst of energy, a hormone buzz that sparks a desire to overcome a challenge. Healthy stress (eustress) can make us grow, push our boundaries and find our talents ' it's a necessary part of human development. There's another level of stress though, that disrupts the mental, physical and emotional body and can negatively impact our lives. When worry sneaks into one area of life, it filters through to others causing a domino effect. That's why stabilising or stopping repetitive or traumatic stress is best done as soon as you identify it.
  27. Glowing Youth Beauty Hacks
    Glowing Youth Beauty Hacks
    From face smoothing exercises to essential oils and keeping hydrated from the inside out, we uncover our favourite beauty hacks for keeping a youthful glow.
  28. Qigong
    Some ancient practices have stood the test of science and time and have proven to hold immense mind-body benefits in our world today. Qigong is just one of those practices. We unpack the healing benefits of this early practise and how you can incorporate Qigong in your daily life. 
  29. Happy Expectations - by Ray Mathis
    Happy Expectations - by Ray Mathis
    Complete happiness is still acheivable even if the circumstances or difficulties in your life seem debilitating. Happiness is a skill that can be learnt.
  30. Goatie Goodness
    Goatie Goodness
    You may be surprised to learn that more people throughout the world consume goats' milk than cows' milk! An estimated 65% of the global population drinks goats' milk ' a statistic that can likely be attributed to the fact that, in many places and cultures, it's quite common for a family to own a goat.That being said, it's taken some time for goats' milk to gain popularity in the West. The fact that it's finally taken off is largely due to its many health benefits.
  31. Tuning into Intuition - By Kirsten Alexander
    Tuning into Intuition - By Kirsten Alexander

    What is intuition and how do we use it? We unpack the best practices to cultivating your intuition and how you can train your brain to trust your gut.

  32. Magical Microbiome
    Magical Microbiome
    Never before has there been so much interest in the gut, and the bacteria that inhabit the gut. Research is finding more and more evidence that shows how intimately connected the gut is with every system in the body. We speak to integrative doctor Sedicka Laskery about the microbiome and its widespread effect at, not only creating and maintaining health, but preventing disease conditions.
  33. 5 Powerful Immune Boosters
    5 Powerful Immune Boosters

    Resolve to go through winter flu-free and healthy without succumbing to any type of cold or ailment. Firstly, acknowledge your immune system as an intelligent force working endlessly to keep your body in optimum condition. Help it along by boosting it with preventative supplements that strengthen and safeguard you. Here are 5 of our favourites.

  34. Colour Coding - by Lara Potgieter
    Colour Coding - by Lara Potgieter
    Colour is an energy or vibrational tool that can be useful for selfawareness. We went on a journey to see how we can use colour to help us reach our full potential.
  35. Making Meditation Easy - by Camilla Marsh
    Making Meditation Easy - by Camilla Marsh
    Meditation and mindfulness are the biggest buzzwords in the West's latest quest for inner peace and enlightenment. But how many of us actually make the time to meditate, or even know what we are meant to be doing? My trip to a Buddhist Meditation Centre in Sri Lanka taught me this ancient art in a way that's easy to understand and implement in the busyness of modern day living.

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