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Michael de Manincor Audio on Life Matters ABC Radio Michael de Manincor is interviewed on Life Matters about Yoga and its benefits

Ayurvedic Healing of Irritable Bowel Syndrome - A Case Study by Dr Shaun Matthews Ayurvedic expert and medical doctor, Shaun Matthews, describes the case of a women who used yoga, meditation and Ayurveda to resolve her digestive problems

Body-type Questionnaire by Dr Rama Prasad Dr. Rama Prasad suggests that by understanding your body-type you can create more health, happiness and well being in your life

Breath of God The breathing practices of pranayama by Judith Hanson Lasater Judith Lasater explains breathing practices known as pranayama. She describes the benefits as well as the physiology of pranayama.

Breath Of Life by Michael de Manincor Yoga therapist and psychologist, Michael de Manincor, writes about the benefits of being conscious about how we breathe

Bridging Worlds in the Therapeutic Relationship Sal Flynn bridges two worlds. As a counsellor trained in the Western tradition, she uses yogic understanding and mindfulness practices to support her clients, as well as supporting her own self-care.

Embodying the Body People with eating disorders often have a fragmented sense of self where the body and mind are perceived as two separate, conflicting entities. Psychologist and yoga teacher Janet Lowndes helps clients to mindfully inhabit their bodies.

ESSENCE of Health Care by Dr Craig Hassed Dr Craig Hassed explains his ESSENCE of health program

Intimacy in Relationship by Denise Cook Intimacy expert, Denise Cook, explains what intimacy is all about and how to have more intimacy in your life

Nurturing the Soul's Journey - Ayurvedic and Yogic Psychology by Dr Shaun Matthews Dr. Shaun Matthews outlines the central tenets of the Ayurvedic and Yogic approaches to living a full and satisfying life

Painful Knees and all such things by James Bone Physio, yoga therapist and Bowen therapist, James Bone, suggests some practical methods for dealing with knee pain.

Petrea King writes about grief and Loss The Living Well of Grief In this insightful article Petrea King shares her thoughts on how to approach life when griefs enters our lives.

Practicing Mindfulness meditation by Dr Craig Hassed Dr. Craig Hassed describes a simple mindfulness meditation practice

Research Validation of Meditative States by Amy Weintraub This article summarises research by Dr. Shirley Tellesm which compares what happens in the brain during the yogic practices of dharana and dhyana

Research Yoga helps breast cancer patients with mood, immune response and fatigue by Amy Weintraub Amy Weintraub summarises three research studies which have shown to help breast cancer patients with anxiety, depression, fatigue, stress.

Review of AYTC2011 by Cari Havican Yoga therapist, Cari Havican, reviews the inaugural Australian Yoga Therapy Conference in June 2011. She gives an overview of all the speakers and their presentations.

The Empty Chair at Christmas How do you go on with life after the passing of a loved one, particularly on special occasions like Christmas? Petrea King shares deep insights and wisdom with you in this article.

The Sexual Energy Elixir by Caroline Robertson Caroline Robertson reveals research that indicates that satisfying sex can heal the mind and body

What is the difference between Yoga Therapy and Therapeutic Yoga with Janet Lowndes Janet Lowndes speaks about Yoga therapy and what it means to her. She also talks about the work she does with clients who have eating disorders

Yoga and Mental Health in Children by Dr. Shirley Telles Dr. Shirley Telles is a neurophysiologist and internationally acclaimed Yoga researcher. In this article she outlines Yoga's diverse applications in improving mental health in children. Topics includes ADHD, stress, self-esteem, eating disorders, diabetes, concentration and more.