Tai Chi, also known as shadow boxing, originated from China several thousand years ago and derives from qigong, an ancient Chinese discipline of martial arts that involves slow meditative body movements that were initially intended for self-defence and to promote relaxation and deep inner peace.
Community connection plays a vital role in both our physical and mental well-being, particularly during our senior years. Staying social and getting out and about can help reduce health problems, give you purpose and allow you to live independent for longer.
While many people think of Winter as the off season for gardening, it’s actually the perfect time to start preparing your garden for Spring.
Often in life, it seems like we outgrow the family home, with not enough space for our kids to grow and learn without stepping on each other’s feet.But then, many years later, a strange occurrence emerges: the family home outgrows you.
Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China more than 300 years ago
While getting take away is not something you should indulge in too often, sometimes it’s the perfect solution for when you haven’t had time to do the grocery shop or are too tired to make dinner.
As the colder months approach, our chances of catching a cold or coming down with the flu increase dramatically.
At Oak Tree, connectivity is at the heart of everything we do, both within and beyond our village gates.
As restrictions are beginning to ease, the prospect of enjoying the outdoors either alone or with the company of friends is finally within reach.
A podcast is a form of audio broadcasting on the web, which can be listened to anytime, anywhere, using your computer or other digital device.
Although it is a very rewarding change, downsizing can feel daunting, especially if you have lived in your home for many years. At first, the idea of calling a new place home can seem strange, and it can be difficult to say goodbye to a home full of memories.
Our Goondiwindi Hobby Den residents have spent a lot of their time in isolation thinking about what they can make in the village to assist in coming out of Covid-19 times but keeping in line with social distancing measures.
With so much information floating around on the internet, it's sometimes difficult to know which sites are reputable and have the most recent and accurate information.
Although lockdown laws are slowly being lifted, many people are still making the smart decision to stay at home to ensure their safety. While responsible, this can make buying gifts for loved ones a little difficult and gifting them even more so. Here are four creative present ideas that you can purchase, and gift from the comfort of your own home.
The coronavirus pandemic has served as a wakeup call for many across the world. Until now, many of us had never experienced the feeling of not being able to leave the house or see our loved ones. Big life events like this serve as a reminder that life is precious, and short, and we need to make the most of it while we can.