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Tag Archives: breathing

Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, pain, low energy?

Are you looking for something other than drugs or medication? Perhaps you are right! The answer could be that your body is totally dehydrated. The role of water in our body When scientists seek for signs of life on other planets they search for water first. Why? Because all life depends on water and about […]

A matter of life and death

All day I am expecting little Nova to signal her imminent arrival. I am holding my breath as Nova’s due date comes and goes.  It seems as if Mother Nature is doing her best as well, to coach Nova from her safe place. The birds are chirping happily because the sun is shining, the flowers […]

Get to know Tasmania’s own Wim Hof Warrior!

  Hi, My Name is Piet Blokker. I came to Tasmania because my sister, Grada had married a Tasmanian bloke Peter Robertson and they were living here. I wanted to get to know my young nephew and niece. I loved Tasmania from the word go and felt at home especially on the beautiful beaches and […]

Re-living a near-drowning experience. (by Pete)

It’s Sunday 11 a.m. and I am about to wade into the swirling waters of the Forth River. Every now and then we get a glimpse of the sun as it tries to break through the wintry sky, dispelling the bleakness for a moment. Casting aside all thoughts of a cosy Sunday morning coffee time […]

Tap into your inner fire! New workshop in Forth

Sunday 8th October 9.30 – 5 pm (tentative time) @ 47 Wilmot Rd Forth Tap into your inner fire! Tasmania’s brand-new Wim Hof instructor, Piet Blokker, will guide you through a series of activities that will help you connect to the guru within. The focus will be on using your breath to reset your computer, connecting with […]

Do you have access to the secrets of living well?

‘Buen Vivir is making waves across South America and ripples are starting to reach us, I am reading in a local newspaper. ‘In English buen vivir means good living, or living well. It’s a way of doing things that is centred on the wellbeing of our community.  It is ecologically balanced and there is no compartmentalising […]