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Exercise and the older adult

As we age, exercise is essential.  The old adage “If you don’t use it, you loose it”, becomes ever more true as we age.  Why? Science suggests as we age we tend to loose muscle.  There can be a wide variety of differences in physical function for older adults, from the master athlete through to physically […]

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Fresh eyes

Sharon believes “Fresh eyes” means looking at anything with new perspective or vision.  When we understand “Parallel thinking” as coined by Edward DeBono (1994), who spoke of “How can we design forward from ‘parallel possibilities’? – Accept possibilities without judging and lay them down in parallel – Accept both sides of a contradiction and lay them […]

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Reflection on the artist ———– Carolyn Bellis

Carolyn Bellis expresses her life experiences emotively through her art, and takes you on a journey through emotion and the psyche.  From her mid-twenties after experiencing psychotic breakdowns, diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenic and being institutionalized for 8 years, art became a “healing process” a pathway through emotional turmoil.  Art has become Carolyn’s path to claim […]

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