Margie Braunstein teaches how to ease anxiety so we can learn to befriend it, rather than resist it, enabling us to find freedom from its debilitating effects.
While the Lismore and Northern Rivers floods have subsided, one year on, physical and emotional...
If you are feeling anxious, overwhelmed or like you’re not managing change very effectively, it might just be time for a mindset refresh.
The importance of caring for our society’s carers is a key tenet at Quest. Our tailormade carer workshops aim to empower this vital group.
Do you feel like you have butterflies in your stomach? Is your heart rate way too high? Do you...
Illawarra wildlife artist Renata Bruynzeel has donated a breath-taking painting to the Quest for Life Centre depicting a crackle of cockatoos.
Merilyn Fowler says magic happens the the Quest for Life Foundation’s residential programs.
Yoga instructor and former police officer Kate Kilby’s dog Gidget loves to help during the light exercise sessions that form part of the Moving Beyond Trauma program.
Maybe anxiety for you is a sense of butterflies in your tummy or a racing heart, maybe a sense of ‘impending doom’, the ‘nameless dread’ or an inner flatness, agitation or restlessness. It’s normal to feel all of these sensations, as anxiety is our body’s natural response to stress.
For many, the Christmas season brings a mix of close and not-so-close relatives and friends...