The simple life: 4 ways to reduce our reliance on technology

I was watching a 1960’s movie the other day and it struck me that everything involved a cigarette. The actors smoked as they talked in coffee shops, on the street, and in business meetings at the office or a restaurant. They smoked before and after dinner and throughout it. They smoked first thing in the 

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Anxiety & Depression – FREE Workshop

First Opportunity for my loyal students & clients …….  WAITLISTED..Book your Free Ticket here !  Hello beautiful people – This is advance notice of my Free Workshop for you – clients & students, who have joined me at my new studio over 2016 & 2017. This is part of my giving back to our Community, with a focus 

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How to Understand Personality

More and more I am being asked to help individuals and businesses to reach their full potential. Understanding personality types has been a great tool to assist me with the development of their team, culture and connection, which leads to happier employees and better overall productivity & profitability. Health & Wellbeing Understanding ourselves is a 

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BeBliss gives back to Kids in need

You may all recall that in 2016 I committed to donating back to charitable causes the profits from my BeBliss business.   “If we can support and nurture our children now, then our community in the long term will realise the benefits” Gabrielle.   As part of this ongoing passion towards helping improve future outcomes for “mental 

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Safety Forum – Gabrielle & UGL Kaefer

“Stretching & Mindfulness” Program In February 2017, I was asked by my client, UGL Kaefer to present my findings at the ESSO Safety Forum at The Langham Hotel Melbourne, from the Health & Wellbeing program and audit that I conducted with them in the last quarter of 2016. I’m honoured to share my C.A.R.E (Connection, 

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How Yoga helps Mental Health & Dementia

Dementia – A Carer’s perspective “The hardest thing?…. well everything is hard”, she says when asked what is her greatest obstacle for caring for her husband of 30 years with advanced dementia. With our ageing society, dementia and its flow-on impact upon Carers, is becoming more prevalent. There are more than 413,106 Australians living with dementia 1 and 

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