Entries by R C

Phnom Penh graduates update

Today we finished the last class of our current continuing education program. The program ran for three months and provided training on improving myotherapy assessment and treatment skills covering the entire body. To have the opportunity to provide education to such a broad diverse range of people from all ages, provinces and education levels was […]

Improve your health with breath

Breath. Such a simple thing. It’s essential to life, but yet how often do we think about it? It ebbs and flows throughout our days and we barely give it a second thought. October is Healthy Lung Month and we’re going to look at some ways our breath improves our health – including some breathing […]

5 Ways to Celebrate National Women’s Health and Fitness Day

Tuesday 26th is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day. In the spirit of this day, we’ve put together a list of 5 ways you can celebrate women’s health and fitness. Go Inward Good health starts within. Too often our lives are so busy that we forget to remember ourselves. Spend a little time thinking about […]

Rotana in Cambodia

Here’s a quick video update from Rotana about what he’s doing in Cambodia. The graduates involved in the training previously completed a Hands On Health basic biomechanical therapy program. They were instructed in basic myotherapy skills, health education, nutrition and first aid. This program ended earlier this year. Rotana is over in Cambodia providing further […]

First further training workshop for HOHA graduates

Today was a special day. After a previous meeting with a few of the graduates to identify their needs, we were able to organize our first further training workshop for our HOHA graduates. The day started with an introduction speech by me which was delivered in Khmer. Chinese was my first language, followed by English […]

Breathing, Behaviour & Emotions

Breathing exercise, behaviour and emotions are three areas that are closely related. Behaviour is all about how we manage or conduct ourselves especially in regards to others and Emotion is our feelings towards things whether they be experiences, someone else’s action or you name it… you can have an emotion or feeling towards anything. Either […]

Breathing & Stress

Stress. It can be defined as a situation that causes discomfort and distress for a person and can lead to other mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression a well as contribute to physical illness such as cardiovascular diseases. In 2015, the Australian Psychological Society conducted the National Stress and Wellbeing in Australia Survey. Some […]

Breath control, Cold-training & Commitment

Recently, I finished a book entitled “The Way of The Iceman : How the Wim Hof Method Creates Radiant, Longterm Health” by Wim hof & Kim De Joueng. If anyone has or hasn’t heard of Wim Hof, he’s called the Iceman for the various world records that he has, 26 according to Wikipedia, all of […]

Arrival & Our Mission

Cambodia a country located in South East Asia, sandwiched between Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. There’s a population of 15 million people. Of those people, there is an estimated 629,279 living with physical disabilities with 49,566 living in the capital of Phnom Penh. This is where our story starts. According to a WHO (World Health Organisation) […]

Adventures in 2017

2017 is upon us and it comes with brand new opportunities to fulfill life long dreams and goals that you have. A year ago today, I was off on an adventure for a not for profit group Hands On Health Australia. I was being flown away to the developing countries of the Philippines & Cambodia […]