Nisha Lilia Diu As a major study finds meditation can be as effective as antidepressants in relieving anxiety, Nisha Lilia Diu takes part in a mindfulness class.
Meditation can deliver powerful pain-relieving effects to the brain with even just 80 minutes' training for a beginner in an exercise called focused attention, a study released Tuesday found.
WASHINGTON: If it's good enough for Clint Eastwood, it's probably good enough for the average American soldier.
Sarah Berry A new study finds meditation is far more effective than morphine for alleviating pain.
Sarah Berry I do yoga "so I'm not an arsehole", says yoga trainer to the stars Cameron Shayne.
Sarah Berry Life's wake-up calls rarely come in welcome ways. But when they do come, they can be transformative in wonderful ways.
New year, new you
Michaela Fox Almost everyone starts a new year with plans to exercise more - getting fit is a perennial resolution. But it's not just squats and sweat that deliver results.
Sarah Berry We power through our yoga, party at an equally accelerated pace and then furiously go on a fast. We want to have our activated almond nut mylk liquid cake and chew it at least 20 times.
Amy Molloy Massages, buttery toast, long baths and less workouts... It sounds too good to be true, but Sydney's newest fitness guru says his regime can change your body.
Amy Molloy Don't have the money to join a gym? There are ways to avoid costly contracts while keeping fit.
Brigid Delaney Brigid Delaney's eight-week running challenge is over.
Cassy Small Whether you spent your school days collecting trophies or just barely surviving the terror of being picked last, it's likely that somewhere along the line you lost touch with team sports.
Amy Molloy You've heard of the benefits of meditation for stress relief, but could it also get you bikini-ready?
Paula Goodyer Fitness trainer Adele Rancan likes to quip that exercising with a ballet barre is like horizontal pole dancing.
Chew on this
Paula Goodyer A new strength and flexibility workout mixes dance training at a ballet barre with yoga and Pilates
Fitness trainer Adele Rancan likes to quip that exercising with a ballet barre is like horizontal pole dancing. She's only kidding.
Charmaine Yabsley If you dreamt of a tutu when you were a child, then dust off your leotard. Ballet is back.
Alyce Vayle Is the way you think keeping you fat?
Sarah Berry It's very likely stress, not calories, that underlies your weight problem, says nutritionist.
Luke Malone Cupping, leeches, urine therapy. Alternative therapies can be strange - but surprisingly effective.