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What Happens When We Drink Alcohol? 22 November 2016

Unlike protein, carbohydrates, and fat, there is nowhere for alcohol to be stored in our body. Therefore, when alcohol is ingested, your body stops metabolising everything else in order to first get the alcohol metabolised.

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S.M.A.R.T New Year’s Resolutions 02 February 2016

S.M.A.R.T New Year’s Resolutions

By definition, our resolutions have the ability to change the things that prevent us from being happy and becoming better people – and yet, accomplishing such necessities is never easy.

In fact, studies have shown that whilst we are completely decided on our goals on the 1st of January, we have all but forgotten them by February.

With the S.M.A.R.T model we are sharing with you today, we would like to remind you of the importance of your resolutions, and help you accomplish your goals – whatever they may be!

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Enosis Journey: Guest Post 13 October 2015

Enosis Journey: Guest Post

A revitalising union of health and wellness

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Mindfulness 03 September 2015

4 Ways to Practice Mindfulness - The Enosis CLAP Model

Our Health & Wellbeing Coach, Maria Ganis introduced the Enosis CLAP model into to the centre, with the hope that all those who enter, beit staff or clients, understand the importance of mindfulness. Whether it is through treatments and classes, or through customer service and experience, she believes that we must all practice mindfulness. She defines mindfulness as

'Entering into a new relationship with the present moment, where we can cultivate our potential to experience each moment, no matter how difficult, intense or stressful, with serenity and clarity.'

The CLAP model consists of four easy and simple, yet effective ways to get you practicing mindfulness. 

Check in with yourself

From day to day we tend to operate on autopilot, unaware of what's actually going on. For instance, we may eat a whole chocolate bar whilst watching television without actually noticing the taste, textures, size or shape. Being fully present for any activity allows us to be the best person we can be - because we are not caught up in our thoughts. We can bring ourselves into the present moment by asking "what is going on with me at the moment?" It helps if we then label our thoughts and feelings, like "I'm having anxious feelings." 

Let go

Operating on autopilot can often result in an unbalance of life and health. In order to bring both the physical and mental into alignment we must practice relaxation techniques. Techniques such as MassageReiki, and Far Infrared Therapy have many physical benefits including slowing your heart rate, reducing blood pressure and muscle tension, and helping you manage stress. However they are also proven to restore focus and create mindfulness, as the individual's body is cleared of stagnate energy. 

Be Aware

Being unaware and unbalance can often lead us to having more negative thoughts than positive ones. Mindfulness Meditation allows us to create a new relationship with our thoughts - to first disconnect from them, and then to connect to them to the present moment. By simply closing our eyes, we can practice observing our thinking by noticing what the mind does. 

Align your Visions & Values

Our personal values are our heart's desire for the sort of person we want to be and the things we want to do in our time on this planet. In other words, 'what we want to stand for in life.' At Enosis, our Health & Wellbeing Coach speacialises in values, and has introduced Value Based Workshops where we are encouraged to learn to align our visions with our values to create what we want in life. Having an understanding of our values is an integral compenent to being present.   

 

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Beating June Gloom 25 June 2015

How to beat 'June Gloom'

June brings cloudy, gloomy weather in the mornings leaving us feeling tired, cranky and just plain blah!


Check out these tips to beat 'June Gloom' this year and improve your health and your mood!

Meditate

Meditation is a practice which reminds our nervous system how to feel balanced and steady, easy yet strong, quiet and yet bright at the same time. Winter doesn't need to be a time of dull depression and anxiousness - instead make it a time of retreat. Use every meditation session as your own private retreat to revalitise the mind, body and soul.

Call Enosis on 98797461 to find out about our Meditation classes every Saturday morning.

Sip

Herbal teas are a wonderful way to stay hydrated, stay warm and stay healthy. Our favourite winter blend is our Enosis Balance Me tea - good for relieving anxiety, assisting sleep patterns and resolving mood imbalances.

$7.50 per 50g (Ingredients: Dandelion Root, Cinnamon, Lemon Balm, Rose-hip & Passionflower)

Detox

Infrared saunas are an effective tool for natural healing and prevention. Unlike traditional saunas, infrared is a gentle, soothing and therapeutic heat that promotes relaxation and improved sleep. This 'gentle' light heats the body directly, causing a rise in core temperature, resulting in a deep, detoxifying sweat at the cellular level where toxins reside.

At Enosis, Infrared Therapy is just $35 for 30 minutes - or FREE with any 60 minute massage.

Stimulate

Ayurvedic massage serves not only to relive pain, but increases circulation, stimulating and strengthening your lymphatic system, and opening the flow of life force in order to cleanse and revitalise the body. Ayurvedic massage also relieves stress and generate positive emotions to make us feel better both physically and mentally. 

Activate blood circulation and strengthen brain function with our Marma Point Massage at Enosis $95.00.

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Enosis Journey: Guest Post 28 May 2015

Enosis Journey: Guest Post

I knew before my treatments started, that it was going to be just magical..

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