The next 50 minutes (or so) is just for you.
This week I’m chatting with Holistic Kinesiologist, Claire Tait who is passionate about helping people live to their full potential. She works from the principle that body, mind and spirit are connected and through the balance of these 3 components, full health can be achieved.
She is a Registered Specialised Kinesiology Practitioner with the AKA (Australian Kinesiology Association), an Accredited member of the ATMS (Australian Traditional Medicine Society), an Australian Bush Flower Essence practitioner, an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner and a Reiki Master. She is passionate about her family and friends, great food and wine, a good gym session, yoga, animals and nature, acts of kindness and the appreciation of all the simple things in life. She tries to live in gratitude everyday.
This is one of my favourite episodes so far. Claire talks about
* her evolution through life that has led her to practising kinesiology,
* the loss of her parents within a week of each while she was at university
* her journey with depression following this.
* her family’s decision to leave South Africa and make their home in Australia
* how to embrace balance in our daily lives
* how to balance our masculine and feminine in order to flourish and the importance of doing so
We have a beautiful in depth conversation – the common thread that pulls it all together is balance. It’s not about perfect balance but balance is what we’re seeking.
Claire explores with me her take on spirituality and the importance of our connectedness to all things. We touch on soul lessons and that our souls chose to be here at this time.
Claire’s depth of knowledge and passion shine through this conversation and we manage to touch on so many aspects of life as a woman, as a mother, as an entrepreneur and as a human being. She shares some beautiful tips on how to tune in to your intuition and how to start meditating and her recommended books and teachers.
Connect with us:
Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
Jonathan Livingstone Seagull by Richard Bach
– both available on Booktopia