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My gift to you
The space to be yourself

January can feel daunting for many. We have finished with the holiday fun and many have started resolutions and diets. New goal setting and new exercises regimes. Tons of delayed emails to deal with and appointments to go to. By now many are starting to...

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Stop the run and start the fun

Evolution takes transformation, and also time to invest in ourselves. We all love changes; the new regime, new gadgets, new shoes, new creams and if they provide us with fast results even better. Well, if we want our lives to change for the better, FACING THE TRUTH...

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Fear, fear no more
It is often said that the biggest epidemic for humans and their dreams is fear. What is the first thing we do when we feel fear? We fight, and of course like a swing, it fights us back.

The ecstacy of life
Talking to a client after a light up session, she described how she felt by saying “I feel as if I have just taken an ecstacy (E-tablet). My senses have heightened, they have increased!”

Next time someone pisses you off …
Over the last few weeks my friend’s life has changed dramatically and it has also changed the way I see life. Yes, again! It seems that every day I encounter a new world, a new door and my eyes transform yet again to adjust to the new reality a new world, different from the one that was yesterday. It seems that when I think I have all the answers all the questions are changed!

Thank my lucky stars for my parents
They fed my stomach, they nurtured my soul, they cleaned my heart, and they made me believe in love. The unconditional love where forgiveness is a must and guilt is never done. Love where magic is a way of life and dreams are like the air we breath.

Marina goes skydiving
I have fulfilled a lifelong wish by jumping out of an aeroplane and my gorgeous friends and family helped me raise some money for The Starr Trust, which helps underprivileged kids reach their full potential.

Thanks everyone.

Are there any “buts” Mum?
Yesterday I went to a parents meeting for my son who is in Year 3 at school. It was when I returned home and was telling him how proud I am of his achievements that he said “ARE THERE ANY BUTS MUM?”