by Christine Valters Paintner

In 2003, I had just finished up an arduous doctoral degree and moved eight hundred miles north from the San Francisco bay area where we were attending graduate school to Seattle in the Pacific Northwest United States.

by Stephen Lloyd Webber

To get better at something, you need to focus on that one pursuit. But most of us have jobs and responsibilities that have nothing to do with what we love. These days, people aren't simply called to be carpenters or writers.

by Richard Brennan

Most people think that the Alexander Technique is some form of complementary therapy which can help with posture, back pain or breathing. While the technique has many therapeutic benefits it is not a therapy and even the word ‘technique’ is misleading.

by Marina Robb

It is a one of the big questions of our times – how to live in a way that perpetuates a balanced and healthy earth system, whilst maintaining our modern lifestyles.

by Network

2017 will mark the 20th year of Dunderry Park, a spiritual haven in the Meath countryside that has seen tens of thousands of people pass through its gates. We chatted to Martin Duffy, and Annette Peard about their time working at the centre.

by Network

Shamanism is the oldest spiritual and healing practice on the planet dating back 50,000 years. This tradition has grown out of humanity’s experience of evolving out of the earth and our intimate connections to our mother.