By Jane Faulkner It is always important for me to continue learning and growing, both as a practitioner and as a trainer, as there is always so much to discover. I had the privilege of attending a wonderful training session, Foundations in Pre-natal and Perinatal Dynamics, with the inspiring Kate White from the Centre for […]
By Jane Faulkner When my son was a pre-teen he started to develop all of the attitudes and resistances of a teenager. One of our biggest battles was over screen time. I have a rule of one hour a day of any screen TV and computer included – I think that is more than enough!
By Jane Faulkner Yoga has supported and guided me throughout my adult life. It has helped me overcome health conditions, insecurities, stressful conditions and improved my perception and clarity of what is important for me. For all of us, life is so busy, we are constantly on the move without much time for rest or
By Nicole Reilly I have a three-year-old daughter and one thing I’ve learnt about toddlers is that they will demand you listen to them, one way or another. In her life so far we’ve been through a lot together. We had a rough start, dealt with an unexpected diagnosis, the structure of our family has
We believe in the power of equine assisted mental health. We have seen over and over again how beneficial and powerful this work is, it changes people’s lives for the better and supports them to develop skills to live fuller, healthier lives.
In one of our recent newsletters, I mentioned that we had been reading the latest book of Brene Brown’s called Atlas of the Heart. The entire premise of Brown’s new book is that language has the power to define our experiences.
Have you noticed how sensitive you are to other people’s attitudes, words and beliefs? How you can be feeling ok and then a conversation with someone will leave you feeling drained and down in the dumps or you may see a Facebook post or an Instagram feed and it sends you off in a spin
Boundaries, I remember when I first heard the word boundaries; I had no idea what they were, when I needed them or how to set them. Hence, my life was a roller coaster ride and I felt like a piece of debris being pushed around on the ocean of life. Owning horses has taught me
Be Something In today’s world there is so much pressure to be something or someone. We have forgotten the value of the ordinary; the everyday living that nourishes us. Time at home with family, nourishing time with friend’s, time alone with our partners or by ourselves. This pressure to succeed is driving us away from
Motherhood is a journey of constant learning, letting go and creatively adjusting to what life brings you. As my children have grown I have watched myself become consumed by guilt- guilt about choices I have made, time I didn’t have to spend with them, problems they have, all kinds of crazy things that I used