WHAT’S YOUR COMFORT FOOD?

We’ve been on holidays in Far North Queensland this week. As a treat we went to a fancy restaurant with the children. The cuisine was delicious but not exactly kid friendly. Large plates with small portions and subtle flavours. The kids enjoyed

PART-TIME WORK IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH

I don’t know who invented the 40 hour working week, but they obviously hadn’t read my book Meditation and Martini and my concepts on balance! There are many problems with 9-5 work from which the notion of work life balance has evolved. When

DO YOU USE THE SKILL OF VISUALISATION?

The Olympics is coming up soon and we will have the opportunity of seeing the worlds best athletes competing against themselves and the rest of the world. The difference between winning and losing at that level comes down to 0.1%ers. You will

SYSTEMS AND CHECKLISTS IN SURGERY AND HEALTH

This week I had a Year 10 work experience student with me observing urology consultations and operations. He observed me doing various endoscopic, open and robotic surgeries. One of the procedures involves removing the prostate with a robotic device called the da

RESEARCH, YOGA, THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

I remember my basic sciences days when I was studying physiology and biochemistry and how scientists would aim to understand a cause for every process. Usually the end of every section would culminate with, “the reason this happens is incompletely understood”. That

THE YOGA REVOLUTION IN THE LAST 20 YEARS

Today  the World Yoga Day was celebrated by the City Of Yarra in Richmond. The hall was filled with more than 100 bright eyed yogis and yoginis who were there to practice yoga together. There were three sessions by some very talented and
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