In moving forward, Satori Self Development is excited and privileged to be in partnership with Big Yellow Umbrella, BYU (formally Camden Community Connections, CCC).
CCC has been providing services to the community of Narellan and Camden community since 1987. Today, BYU provides services to the
We are delighted to announce that Health4You ranked Satori Self Development amongst the Top 25 Most Popular Health and Fitness Services for 2017. Health4You is Australia’s leading online marketplace for health and fitness.
In 2017, we held #1 Most Popular Health and Fitness Service in Macarthur
Researchers at Stanford University found changes in three areas of the brain that occur when people are hypnotized. By scanning the brains of subjects while they were hypnotized, researchers could see the neural changes associated with hypnosis. The possibility of a treatment that combines brain
It is a great pleasure to be involved with the The Banksia Project, as the South Western Sydney Growth Room Facilitator.
The Banksia Project is a men’s mental wellness initiative combining awareness building with constructive action.
This is achieved through:
Shunryu Suzuki (Zen Priest 1904 – 1971)
“If your mind is empty it is always ready for anything; it is open to everything.
In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few”.
Suzuki said that humans live in a
At Satori Self Development we work with a spectrum of individuals, ranging from young children to elderly.
Working as a science tutor/ mentor for kindergarten to Year 10 students, we Inspire. Empower through Learning.
· achieve goals and build a strong
The Health4You Team is delighted to announce that Satori Self Development ranked amongst the
Top 25 Most Popular Health and Fitness Services for 2016 in Macarthur & Camden
It is Australia’s leading online marketplace for health and fitness!
Wishing you a great 2017!
May your curiosity and zest for life help you in overcoming challenges and be humbled with gratitude in quiet, reflective moments.
What kind of routines are you practicing? Have they ever worked for you?
Or, have you thought about a new routine for 2017?