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Man, Wife and Dog

Man, Wife and Dog

Posted by on Dec 30, 2016 in Random Thoughts

It’s been freezing cold in Athens and as I was reminiscing the glorious weather in the summer months, I remember the encounter with this villa owner, his wife and their dog. This is an example how a family can benefit change together, as we affect and are affected by the ones closest to us the […]

Alexander Technique

Alexander Technique

Posted by on Nov 14, 2016 in Methods

I love exploring what wellness methods are out there because I’m curious. I also like to get a taste of these methods myself so as to find out how they work in order to tell my friends and clients about them, as well as to become a better instrument myself to carry out any sort […]

Brain Gym® – 4 simple steps to help you stay focused

Brain Gym® – 4 simple steps to help you stay focused

Posted by on Sep 29, 2016 in Do it yourself, Methods

Do you sometimes feel there’s so much noise around you, or inside your mind, that you can’t focus? Do you feel lack of energy often even when you had plenty of sleep? Would you like to learn some simple steps that would help you feel better? These 4 simple steps are taken from Brain Gym® […]

Why are mosquitoes?

Why are mosquitoes?

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 in Do it yourself, Random Thoughts

I’ve been thinking about mosquitoes. They are annoying, aren’t they? They hover and they bite and leave itchy swollen pink spots on our skin. Few months ago a friend started me thinking with her question ‘What is the purpose of mosquitoes?’ Since it’s always much more productive to change ourselves and our attitudes rather than […]

The ‘Should’ Rules

The ‘Should’ Rules

Posted by on Jul 19, 2016 in Random Thoughts

The way we speak reflects our state of mind, and words influence the way we think and feel. I hear more and more the use of ‘should’ and here with some examples I would like to illustrate to you why we’re better off to using this word as sparingly as possible. We were on the […]

Our 19 hours and 22 minutes in Syros for the rebirth of Hermy the Bike

Our 19 hours and 22 minutes in Syros for the rebirth of Hermy the Bike

Posted by on Jul 14, 2016 in Learning to be Greek

A couple of weeks ago my husband and I made a quick visit to the island of Syros. His friends gave him an old bike as a gift since they no longer used it. My husband explained that in order to get the paperwork done, we had to go to Syros for a day because […]

Tree Game – a simple grounding exercise for daily use

Tree Game – a simple grounding exercise for daily use

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Do it yourself

Sometimes I tell my clients about this grounding exercise. This is my preferred way as I like trees and it is so simple that everyone can easily do it, including my 9 year old nephew. One afternoon while in Melbourne for the Christmas and New Year break, I was sitting inside the family holiday home […]

Brain Gym® 101!

Brain Gym® 101!

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Methods

Last year when my friend from Hong Kong came to visit, I thought why don’t we do something new and take a Kinesiology course together! My friend was fascinated with all these healing stuff I was doing and anyway she had done all touristy things on her previous visit to London and wanted to see […]

Does saying ‘no’ stress you out?

Does saying ‘no’ stress you out?

Posted by on May 23, 2016 in Random Thoughts

I used to be a flight attendant and during every pre-flight briefing, the managers would ask us how we could deliver good service. Very often, one of the team would say, ‘Never say “no” to the passengers and always offer alternatives.’ I disagreed with this. What if the passenger says, ‘May I touch your breasts, […]

Fasolakia – Overcooked Beans!

Fasolakia – Overcooked Beans!

Posted by on May 7, 2016 in Learning to be Greek, Recipes

It was Orthodox Easter last weekend. Here in Greece Easter is a super event, probably the most important few days of the whole year. Some people fast for 40 days before Easter. This year my husband decided to fast for the full period for the first time. I  realized that all vegetables ‘talk’ to each […]