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22 April - 5 may 2015 Issue 08 Vol 12
The Centre of Ballito
For the love of Style with a little edge
You might be feeling a little down with all
that’s been happening in the news of late. But don’t be too depressed. We may not like to face a reality that is different from the comfortable worlds we create for ourselves. But eventually, these worlds will fall away as reality intrudes. And if you learn to work with this reality, you can really have some fun.
Here are some thoughts to get you going. 1. You are not the centre of the universe
We tend to think people care about us and our needs as much as we do. They don’t. They care about themselves and their needs.
So, Use this to your advantage. Talk to someone about themselves and they’ll listen for hours. You can have everything in life that you want if you just give enough other people what they want.2. achieving Your goals will be harder than You imagined
It always is. Whether it’s losing weight, starting a new business, writing a blog, raising a family, you will encounter this truth.
So, when you think you can’t do another rep, or take another step, go a little further. It is those little extra steps that make all the difference. This is where breakthrough lives.3. the things that matter most in life are spiritual, not phYsical
It’s easy to accumulate things in order to feel like you have
accomplished something. Most rich people (the honest ones) will tell you that it only makes a difference in the short term. It’s harder to grasp the spiritual, or immaterial. They cannot be collected, hoarded, bought, or sold. These are love, respect, passion, morality and empathy. These things are all about relationships. In the end, relationships are all that matter.
So, cherish the important relationships in your life.4. You will alwaYs have critics
You could be the nicest person on earth, someone out there will not like you for who you are, what you do, or what you stand for. You simply cannot be all things to all people.
So, stop trying to be all things to all people. Focus on your natural strengths. The people who appreciate these will form a strong tribe around you. Of course, the number of your critics will increase but this will be a sign of success.5. in order to receive, You must give
One of the quickest paths to unhappiness is hoarding. It is hard to give away the things we value. But if we hoard, the thing we cherish will lose its value and will instead become a burden.
So, lighten your load. Give of your resources, time, and self. You will be cured of your spiritual obesity.6. people will hurt You
It may happen intentionally or unintentionally. It still hurts. They may say something unkind, steal from you, lie to you, spread rumours
about you, be difficult co-workers or bosses, etc.
So, don’t be tempted to strike back. Show grace to this person. Forgive them. Your example will give them an opportunity to transform their lives. You will also experience more peace in difficult situations.7. You will die.
We all know it but nobody says it quite that bluntly. We pretend that we have all the time in the world. You don’t. Every second is a precious, limited resource. Not only that, for most of us, we do not know when death will come. When it does, it will likely be a painful experience.
So, stop procrastinating. Live. Learn. Love. Know that suffering and pain are a part of life. You will become more resilient and even joyful in the face of suffering. The unimportant will be stripped away. It will sharpen your focus on what matters most.
Here’s to a starting point for a life that is fun, and fearless!
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During my fifteen years as an Estate Agent selling property in Ballito, i have found that many people do
not understand the complete process of selling their property. They may have a good idea about some aspects such as the presentation of their home but often times feel ‘lost’ once they have accepted an offer to purchase their property. It is during the last stages that they often discover that all is not going the way they have thought it would. With this in mind, I would like to offer some basic tips to warn sellers of some pitfalls they were not aware of, and that the agent may not have communicated to them.
firSt thingS firSt:After your decision to sell, and once
you have established your reasons and timeframe when to move, it is time to look at how to go about it as painlessly as possible.
SellerS remorSe:Now that you have received an
offer to purchase, do you accept it outright?
If there is one thing that cannot be stressed enough, it is the fact that neither you nor the agent is responsible for the price offered for your property. The price the buyer brings to the table, and that you, the seller agrees to, is the true market value of your property. I have seen so many sellers regretting the fact that they have not accepted the first offer they have received - In retrospect that was their best offer. Accept the reality and get ready to move on.
I have Signed the agreement,
what haPPenS now?I fondly remember an incident
where a fellow agent once sold a property to a Russian investor. The day after the documents were signed and handed to the conveyancer, he insisted on the keys and wanted to move in immediately. Unfortunately the transferring process can take up to three or more months, and patience will be required.
the conveyancing ProceSS
SimPlified:•The Transferring Conveyancer receives the Offer to Purchase and calls for the title deed of the property. ( Attorney 1)•The current bondholder (Bank) advises on the amount required to settle the existing bond. The bank instructs an attorney to attend to the
cancellation of the existing bond. (Attorney 2)•If the buyer is using a bond to purchase the property, an attorney will be instructed by the bank to register the new bond.(Attorney 3)•The buyer pays the deposit and transfer costs into the Trust Account of the conveyancer (Attorney 1)•The Conveyancer draws up documents and calls both seller and buyer to sign the transfer documents•Guarantees for the balance of the price are issued by the bank who granted the bond (Attorney 3)•Municipal rates/ levies are paid up in advance•Certificates – Electrical/ Entomologist/ Gas and Electrical fences are called for•All conveyancers Attorney’s 1, 2 and 3) collaborate and all documents get lodged at the Deeds Office. Often with a fourth attorney ( Correspondent attorney near the Deeds Office in Pietermaritzburg )•About 7 to 10 days pass before the registration takes place.•The conveyancer does the final disbursements, pay’s the agents commission, settles loans and bonds and pays all costs to electricians/entomologists and others•The nett proceeds of the sale are paid over to the seller.
who PayS for what?
the Seller:•The agents commission inclusive of VAT.•Penalty Bond Interest. Three months’ notice must be given to the bank to cancel the sellers existing bond. This equates to approximately on month’s bond instalment for each completed month of notice not given or pro rata thereof.•Bond Cancellation Fee: If the property has been bonded you pay between R2000/R2500. It applies even if the bond has a nil balance.•Rates and Services: Any arrears, current amounts owing and a 120 day advance collection amount.•Levies owed to Body Corporate or Home Owners Association.•Any repairs agreed to in the contract•Certificates: Electrical Beetle (If applicable)Plumbing (If applicable)Gas Installation (If applicable)Electrical Fence (If applicable)(Approximately R2500 if no repairs necessary.)•Other: Financial undertakings by the SellerBridging finance for the sellerSArS directive – (withholding tax scenario)
what the Buyer PayS for:
tranSfer coStS:Transfer Duty – payable to the conveyancers (Attorney 1 ) approximately one month before transfer.If the Seller is a VAT registered and the property forms part of a VAT-able enterprise. The Purchase price will either be recorded in the contract as inclusive or exclusive of VAT.The buyers cost may include the cost to obtaining Home Owners Associations consent to transfer.Rates clearance certificate.Levy clearance certificate.Bond cost: if registering a new bond occupational rental: If the buyer moves in before transfer.It is important to always stipulate an amount in the Sale Agreement even if
occupation is on or after transfer.Plans: If the agreement does not oblige the Seller to deliver copies of approved plans, the buyer has to incur the cost thereof.
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Joe Erasmus – Executive Head, Ashton International College
FROm ThE hEADmASTER’S DESK
We made an official
announcement recently, that Ashton international College
Ballito has acquired ‘The Promised Land’ across the road on the other side of the M4. My imagination starts roaming as I visualise driving around the Zimbali circle with the sports fields on the left and the College on the right. Boys, dressed in cricket whites enjoying their game on a full size cricket oval, not having to worry about broken windows or hitting cars driving by. Patience has been a virtue as we have waited and waited for the official agreement to be completed signed and sealed.
At present, we are completing the
construction of 15 new, fully equipped, classrooms and this is priority to ensure occupancy at the start of Term 3. This will reduce our floating teachers and proved them with a permanent teaching venue, with only our part-time teachers sharing a classroom.
It is amazing to see that since 2010, we have more than doubled our student admissions (430 to 1115) and now we have increased our Campus by a further 7, 5 hectares which will be used as educational land.
Many prayers have been answered and would like to share a short story to validate my statement.
At the end of last term Mr Buys, Mrs Holmes and I made our way across the road to view the land. We had been standing there for a couple of minutes, when we cast our eyes to the sky and
there above us we saw a Fish Eagle circling the land. We saw this as a sign of faith and answered prayer.
Written on our Senior College Lectern in the Senior Quad, we have a scripture reading from Exodus 19:4 ‘I carried you on Eagle’s wings and brought you to Myself’.
With our Sport and Culture taking off in huge leaps and bounds, the newly acquired ‘Promised Land’ is a blessing from above. Over the last while we have enrolled a number of new students and have received numerous enquiries from parents of boarders from other schools due to the success of our sports teams. We are no longer a small school, but a school that has become competitive on all fronts; academics, sport and culture.
The recent Boys Hockey Tour to the Netherlands was a great success with our students not only playing matches, but attending training sessions from the number one Hockey nation in the world. Our Hockey girls travelled to Stellenbosch and our Rugby Boys participated in the St Dunstan’s Rugby Tournament over the Easter break. This all bears testimony to the commitment and dedication of our students, coaches
and staff. Our girls Hockey team will be playing in the Premier League this season for the very first time. Ashton Sport rises to the occasion!
Our family ethos and values driven principles ensure that each individual student has a place to shine, contribute and add value to our school thus fulfilling our philosophy of ‘Doing things the Ashton way’.
The recent success of our 1st team Rugby boys playing in the main curtain raiser to the Sharks vs Chiefs gam at Kings Park was significantly greater than the score-line (it was good to win ), but rather more about the Awareness of Autism.
We at Ashton are so much richer for having opened our Grace Wing Autism Centre, which in many respects has educated a good number of people who would never have been exposed to the plight of an autistic child. Our students and teachers have embraced the ‘Light it up Blue Campaign’ and in their own way have made a significant
difference in the Awareness of Autism. Autism is no longer a foreign word in our vocabulary, but rather an awareness of ‘Making a Difference’.
Some advice – Try to avoid the negativity around you. It is the fastest growing emotion if you allow it to be. Surround yourself with positive people and influences.
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having paid close to a Million rand to their legal counsel in total, finally sat down over Christmas, feeling emotionally overwhelmed and exhausted and concluded their Divorce Settlement Agreement themselves. They initially felt a sense of relief knowing that they had reached finality and at the same time had avoided further legal costs, or So THEY THougHT. Regrettably, their feeling of satisfaction was short lived and the consequences of their novice effort no less than devastating! The agreement fell far short having regard to various critical legal issues such as the duration of maintenance obligations and the enforcement of the transfer of certain assets, as a result, leading to further on-going and costly high court actions.
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The importance of having an expert, divorce lawyer, negotiate and prepare a divorce settlement cannot be over emphasised. I say this as a Divorce Settlement Agreement is one of the most important contracts you will ever conclude due to the on-going nature and application thereof (as opposed to finalisation on compliance of the contract as is the case with most other contracts). You will need to refer to this agreement and possibly enforce the terms thereof years after the granting of
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WHEn it comes to getting a good night's rest, we are often told about all the things we shouldn't do... no caffeine,
no electronic devices, no this, no that... But what about the things we SHouLD do!? Let's rather be positive and implement these 5 healthy sleep habits before bedtime.
Eat... The right things that is! About 30mins before bedtime, have a
small snack made up of a healthy fat (F) and a good carb (C). An FC snack helps stabilise blood sugar levels and supports metabolism; helping you fall and stay asleep, heal, and even burn fat. Protein can interfere with sleep, so rather eat your last protein meal earlier in the evening (about 3 hours prior to bedtime). Examples of sleep-friendly FC snacks are;
• a bowl of berries and heavy cream/double cream yoghurt
• carrots and guacamole• apple slices and almond butter• mashed avocado, cacao and banana
pudding• sweet potato with coconut oil and
cinnamonAs a rule, stick to a couple tablespoons
(or half an avocado) for fat, and a half cup (or half banana/half sweet potato) for carb.
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• 5HTP - provides the precursor to melatonin, the body's natural sleep inducer.
• Herbs - such as passionflower, chamomile, californian poppy and valerian help support the nervous system and aid normal sleep patterns.
• Panatonin (Panax notoginseng) - assists in the management of stress and supports healthy sleep patterns including falling asleep, staying asleep and quality sleep.
• Glycine - an amino acid that improves sleep quality when taken before bedtime.
• Morello cherry - a rich source of phytochemicals that benefit the brain and nervous system. Cherries are also a natural source of the sleep hormone melatonin.
Write... To declutter your mind
Keep a journal beside your bed. When you feel your mind racing, simply jot down all your thoughts, 'to do' lists and worries, as well as any action steps or problem-solving strategies related to these. Then close the journal, put it on your nightstand and turn off the light! You can deal with everything in the morning.
Stretch... For just a few minutes.Besides increasing your muscles'
strength and flexibility, specific stretches promote relaxation, release muscular tension and help you have quality sleep. Yoga poses in particular, settle both mind and body. Begin with gentle twists, forward folds and hip openers (e.g. happy baby) then end with corpse pose (savasana).
Useful tip: When you come in to corpse pose make sure you are on or very near to your bed! You'll very soon want to roll over and go to sleep.
Breathe... Intentionally.While you are lying in savasana begin
to practise Vital Breathing. This deep breathing technique involves inhaling for 1 count, holding the breath for 4 counts, then exhaling for 2 counts. What’s important is the ratio (1:4:2), not the actual number of counts. For example: If you inhale for 4 seconds, you would hold your breath for 16 seconds and then exhale for 8 seconds. Do 10 repetitions of this breathing exercise before you go to sleep. It even helps you fall back asleep if you wake during the night. Vital breathing is a powerful way to slow your heart rate, calm the central nervous system and increase oxygen in your bloodstream. Best of all, the effects are often instant, helping you fall asleep quickly and easily.
Night NightCreating a nightly routine out of these 5
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Hotel & Resturant - Tel:032 525 [email protected] www.canelandssaltrock.co.za
SPA Tel: 032 525 4835 | [email protected] | 2 Shrimp Lane, Salt Rock
HOTEL | RESTAURANT | SPA WEDDING AND CONFERENCE VENUE
The most elegant and exclusive retreat overlooking the ocean. Our restaurant offers a sublime menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Spoil yourself with a world class spa treatment or book a special ‘Stay and Spa’ treat.
For a romantic wedding, cocktails on the beach and sand between your toes.......... there is no place so close to the sea.
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Canelands Spa – The Perfect Treat for mother’s Day
Canelands is a luxurious 10 bedroom Boutique hotel literally a step away from the beach in Salt Rock.
Catering for both leisure and business orientated guests with excellent meeting, functions and conference facilities, a top gourmet restaurant, and luxury beauty spa offering the new Healing Earth Organic Treatment Range, Canelands Beach Club has already become an icon to those who have discovered this gem on the beach. The spa operates daily and consists of 3 treatment rooms with trained therapists. The spa menu ranges from individual treatment to half day packages that can be tailor-made to suit the client needs.
Operating Hours: Monday - Sunday 08h00 till late, Bookings are essential
To find out more visit their website www.canelandssaltrock.co.za or take a quick trip to number 2 Shrimp Lane, Salt Rock, to experience the magic for yourself.
Tel: 073 724 3037 email [email protected] Coco De Mer Boutique Hotel, 63 Compensation Beach Rd Ballito
MOTHER’S BLISS - (3hrs/ R590) Includes: Glass of Ginger and Lemon Grass Iced Tea and Cool Towel on arrival | 30 min Back Neck & Shoulder Massage |
50 min Full Manicure | 50 min Full PedicureSmall Gift to take home with “A Thank-You Mothers Poem”
OTHER MOTHERS DAY PACKAGES AVAILABLEGIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE
TREAT mOm TO SOmEThINg REAlly SPECIAl ThIS mOThER'S DAy
Married in style
Wesley Folkard met his future wife, Laura Clarke, in england and after eight years together they decided to get married at the salt rock Hotel in south
africa.Wesley has a large contingent of family and friends on the
dolphin Coast, so it just made sense for them to tie the knot
here.The wedding was a really
happy affair and the bridal couple looked wonderful.
Barry Bowditch captured the memories and we are delighted to
feature some of them here.We wish the happy couple
much joy and happiness, always!
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Lifestyle Dietetics was launched last week at the Cosmetic and Dental Emporium in Ballito through a Free Mini nutrition Assessment with resident Dietitian, kim Martin.
She offered an assessment of a variety of health indicators to give all who attended an accurate picture of their health. Following this, Kim invited nutrition and diet-related questions from her clients, and received many that were interesting and challenging.
As a registered Dietitian, kim offers the following to her clients:• A fully comprehensive assessment of:• Body composition (Body Mass Index, Body Fat
%, Resting Metabolic Rate, Visceral Fat etc.), • Clinical and dietary history. • Personalized nutrition education.• A detailed package of dietary guidelines
including a meal plan and delicious recipes.
Kim is registered with Discovery Vitality and is able to conduct health assessments to earn up to up to 10 000 vitality points. By the end of this year, Kim will also hold an additional qualification in Sports Nutrition – an exciting opportunity for athletes wanting to optimize their performance! Watch this space, as Kim is not stopping there, but also pursuing Nutrigenomics (the exciting combination of genetics with nutrition). This is a highly specialized field that is growing rapidly internationally but still fairly new to South Africa. Catch Kim on our own Radio Life & Style, 88.0fm, every Friday morning on the Power Hour between 9am and 10am.
STANDING SISTER ANJU MAHARAJ (ALBERLTO NETCAREMANAGEMENT), KGOMOTSO MAKENI RENALDA HOFFMAN
(MISS KZN). NIRASHA DHANIRAM (DIRECTOR OF BALLITO AUTISM OF EXCELLENCE AND IMBALITO HOPE COLLEGE, DR BASIL DHANIRAM,
JOSE' NADESAN (ALBERLITO NETCARE MANAGMENT), SEATED GERISSA SANTHIA, DARIA BACHTA, MILAN DHANIRAM FROM IHC
RENALDA HOFFMAN (MISS KZN), KAREN LANDMAN AND NIRASHA DHANIRAM (DIRECTOR OF IMBALITO HOPE COLLEGE). & the CHILDREN AND STAFF OF IMBALITO HOPE COLLEGE ATTENDING OUR SCHOOL'S LIGHT IT UP BLUE PARTY
Anything Worth Having Is Worth Working For - Andrew Carnegie.
Yes, insightful and truthful yet most people want
the thing but don’t want to do the work. The body is truly a sculpture,
chiseled and polished by our activities and food choices. Create habits of beauty that manifest themselves physically.
In the sixteenth century, refined sugar was considered to be a recreational drug in the royal courts of Europe. Those deliciously decadent scenes on the young genius Sophia Coppola’s movie “Marie Antoinette” when they are stuffing macaroons into those perfectly painted mouths – they’re shooting up and they knew it!
Consuming refined sugar leaches precious minerals from the body, promotes acidity and leads to osteoporosis – spongy, weak bones.
Your morning yoga practice will give you all the energy you need for the day and, like any form of exercise, reduces appetite so you won’t want a large meal after. The belief that sugar gives you energy is inaccurate and totally outmoded. It’s just a habit and you can kick it. Restaurant meals usually consist of a protein and a carb with a bit of leafy stuff on the side that’s probably recycled. This just gives us such an incorrect idea of what we are supposed to eat. Our bodies need the alkalizing, nourishing effects of green chlorophyll – rich foods.
Life becomes so much simpler when rawer or lightly cooked food is eaten. It all boils down to a matter of self love and respect – look at the plate in front of you and ask yourself if you seriously want what’s on it in your blood stream.
Then take off half and eat. If you just don’t have enough regard for
yourself to make good choices, come to yoga and discover how to truly love and nurture yourself.
When posture is lost, joints lose their function and complexion is poor, you’ve simply forgotten how to take care of yourself. Start by standing tall, finding the courage – dig deep and just Do It!
We should receive our nutrients naturally from whole, raw plant – foods not through supplements. Artificial supplements also give the subtle message that everything will be taken care of so you now no longer need to bother yourself about what you eat.
We have stone age bodies that are only able to absorb the real thing and that yearn for the natural movements of clambering, twisting, reaching, grasping, lunging, banding, walking and sprinting that our ancestors relied upon for survival. The ancients knew the ductless glands needed to be stimulated
by postures. The phrase “endocrine system” was only coined by the medical profession in 1899. Everyone now knows the importance of the flow of hormones but few know that all you have to do to encourage it is yoga. Go back, simplify to a more natural way – the benefits are boundless.
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The Lifestyle Shopping Centre and netcare Alberlito hospital was shaded in blue, by the imbalito Hope College
and Ballito Autism Centre of Excellence recently in an autism awareness campaign. This year marks the 9th annual light it up blue autism awareness campaign where more than 3000 iconic buildings and landmarks in over 50 countries on six continents turn their lights blue for world autism awareness. The Ballito Autism centre of excellence and Imbalito Hope College is at the forefront of raising awareness for autism on the North Coast.
Dr Basil Dhaniram, medical doctor and co – director of the college said, Autism is a lifelong complex condition that occurs as a result of disordered brain growth, structure and development. Autism is believed to stem from genetic predisposition triggered by environmental factors. Dr Dhaniram said that parents should consult a pediatrician
or their doctor if their children show signs of restricted repetitive behaviours, limited social interaction, and language development.
The key challenge is early identification and diagnosis so that the child can begin the early intervention programme which is critical to a child making progress and living to potential. She said that children with autism can do excellently with academics and engage in life activities if given the correct support and interventions so it’s not a bad news story after all.
Nirasha and Basil Dhaniram have a child with autism and this couple are mentors to other families and professionals who are overcoming the challenges of treating and parenting in the world of autism.
For more information on Autism treatments and educating a child with Autism, contact Dhaniram on 032 5860200 or visit the Imbalito Hope College face book page.
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AS a freediver, i get asked
a lot why i would bother so much with breathing, when its actually the opposite state that we are more concerned with… but the truth is… the lead up to the best breath hold or static is marked by very considered and deep breathing. we become intricately interested in breath in order to lose it…
As a yogi, I know we learn of pranayama (this is from the Sanskrit word prana meaning life force or vital energy and ayama meaning to extend or draw out). But the more that you delve into the mechanics of breathing, the control that is required to make the inhalations and exhalations; I learnt the effects of a fast breath on my body. I also learnt of the effects of a slow breath… in my opinion the only way to learn and understand is to do… and feel… and compute the changes or effects. Where ever you are right now, take a moment to breathe very rapidly for 10 seconds (this is basically hyperventilating). Stop breathing and close your eyes and truly FEEL your body. Your heart is no doubt thumping away and you are feeling worked up? To be honest, its not a great feeling… but this is what we do when we are stressed and afraid… and our breathing makes the entire situation worse. So, we know the heart raises when we breathe fast… so it stands to reason the heart slows and the mind stills when we breathe slowly. But unfortunately since birth… we have been breathing in our very own unconscious, shallow,
rapid breathing, with no thought to the effects on our minds and bodies. Don’t take it too personally, most people are only breathing with about 40% of their lung capacity. But hopefully if you are reading this, you will stop and consider your breath. It’s totally human to be taking your breathing for granted… but with your awareness and your decision to break this really bad habit, you can change the way your body looks and feels… not to mention your mind.
The benefits of mindful breathing is really far reaching… practising the proper techniques of breathing will make you more aware of your breath, thus making the benefits physical as well as mental and spiritual. Some of the most common benefits found are…• Improvement in the rate of breathing – opens and cleans the lungs• Reduction in the heart rate as well and the wear and tear of the heart• Helping the body get rid of excessive fat and weight• Curing problems that are related to the digestive system• Enhancing the functioning of several organs, which include the kidneys, pancreas, intestines, diaphragm, lungs and the heart• Removing the toxins within the body• Preventing various diseases by strengthening the immune system• Getting rid of negative emotions like depression anger arrogance greed and so on…• Improving the circulation of blood throughout the body
• Reducing blood pressure by relaxing the body and soothing the nerves
It’s really fascinating and fun when you start to participate in the most important action in your world… did you know that we do not breathe through the same nostril all day? Right now you are either favouring your left nostril or your right nostril. Close your eyes again and try to feel which one is the chosen one right now. The left nostril is for calming and cooling and the right nostril is for firing and energy. Your nose is exceptionally clever, and just by practising a few rounds of alternate nostril breathing a few minutes each day, you can help restore imbalances in your brain, improve sleep, calm your emotional state, boost your thinking and calm your nervous system.
When breathing is restricted and shallow your body does not feel safe. Muscles tense, chest tightens, jaw clenches and you begin to under breathe. The mind becomes anxious, thoughts race. Know this. Your breathing is your medicine. Deepen, slow and relax your breath. Your body and mind will soon follow.
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Focused Posture Exercise can help PrEvEnt injury for Cyclists
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A kEY component to cycling enjoyment is rider comfort. Most bike shops will help
you with a general bike setup which is pretty much your seat height and if you are lucky your handle bar position but bicycles are symmetrical, humans aren't. A stable and strong posture promotes balanced motion.
whY do we need balanced motion?Imagine your one crank arm being
longer than the other, or your left handle being further than your right. If your body moves asymmetrically, this could effectively be the case and can cause so many of the common cycling injuries.
Unbalanced motion and poor posture stresses muscles and joints, causing injuries.This may lead you to a cycle of pain. The pain cycle of injury-pain-compensation-adaptation creates a vicious cycle of poor posture, adaptive body motion, increased bio mechanical stress and premature degeneration.
The pain cycle begins as a functional compensation, and over time progresses to a structural adaptation as the body learns to move in pain avoidance patterns. Some muscles become chronically tight and others weaken as injured tissues are avoided. Function, or how we do things, changes. Asymmetric posture and unbalanced or "trick" patterns of motion cause some ligaments to shorten and others to stretch as some joints stiffen and
others become unstable. Whether the cycle begins with unbalanced motion from injury or even habitual poor posture ( even too much time in seated and stretched position on bike), the body compensates for pain by moving differently, compensating and adapting in an ever worsening cycle of poor posture, poor balance, and increased biomechanical stress.
Focused posture exercise may help break the pain cycle with a virtuous cycle of balanced motion.
A motion cycle of strong, stable posture and balanced, flexible motion is the solution for the pain cycle's asymmetrical, compensatory poor posture and adaptive body motion patterns. When joints are unlocked to move freely and muscles trained to stabilize through a full range of motion, weak muscles strengthen, adaptively tight muscles stretch, and ligaments adapt in a virtuous cycle of motion.
The body moves in a chain of motion, also known as a kinetic chain. If you think of a bicycle chain and how it moves over a chain ring to drive your bicycle, you can understand how important it is that each link moves freely to ensure that your drive chain doesn't slip, works efficiently and doesn't cause early wear on your chain rings and cassette. The same can be said for these kinetic chains of motion. Just one single stiff link or joints affects the entire chain and how it works and wears.
Just breathe . . .HELEn WEAVEr – LIquID yOGA
bending over backwards in kearsneY
Yoga teacher, Helen Weaver, held a Heart of the Warrior back bending workshop last Saturday at her home
studio in Kearsney. Two hours of intense back bending instruction was followed by tea and snacks in the garden. For lovers of Yoga and good company, it was the perfect
way to start the weekend.
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SinCE its prolific rise in the late 1990’s the supplement industry in SA has been misunderstood and
to a large extent, been given a bad rap. This is partly due to a lack of knowledge on the buyer and sellers end and partly
due to its link to the dark side of the bodybuilding industry. Supplements have been seen as unhealthy shortcuts to gaining the body or the performance the user desires.
But supplements, are actually just
that, a supplement to what the user is already consuming in their daily meal plan. Not everyone needs to be on supplements. This is dependant entirely on your lifestyle, eating habits and goals.
Generally customers enter my store and make a bee line for the supplement shelf, then ask what supplements they should be taking, which is literally putting the cart before the horse. Typically the starting point should be the consumer’s eating habits and then an analysis to evaluate whether or not there is a need for supplementation or rather just a balanced eating plan.
With Comrades not too far away, runners will be asking the question “Do I need supplements?” The short answer is, look at your diet and then calculate how many kilometres or hours you’re spending on the road. That would be the first indicator of whether or not you require more calories. Then ask yourself if you are recovering well enough from one run to the next? Do you feel dehydrated or run down? This could signal that carbohydrates are not being replenished fast enough and perhaps not in the correct timeframe or quantity.
It could simply be that you ’ re not drinking enough water and it may be that your body is breaking down muscle or muscle wasting. These all are easily rectified with some simple supplementation and or a slight change in diet. This could also help performance by increasing endurance and decreasing gastro intestinal problems and cramping.
My starting point is generally to analyse your eating plan first because many problems can be dealt with by just eating correctly.
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SUPPlEmENTS - are they necessary?
Tyson Properties celebrated their 10th annual awards function in style at Madame Zingara’s Theatre of Dreams last week.The event was attended by more than 400 people including management, agents, support staff, bond originators, conveyancers and media.The company grown enormously over the past ten years and they have achieved some real highlights including an affiliation to Christie’s international real Estate, and winning awards from ‘Top real Estate Company in kZn’ to ‘Best website in Africa’.Chris Tyson, founder and CEo, also announced the company’s plan to expand the brand nationally and to grow the company by 10 offices per year for the next five years. This plan has been set in motion and will see offices opening in Cape Town and Johannesburg in the next three months.
rob & Liz Darroll, Mandy & Manny Testa nonhlanla Gumede, Claudine Double & Louise Briggs. Debra Maddocks & Lee Ellis. Andre niemand, Chris Tyson & Craig rimmer.
Ten year celebration at Tyson Properties Annual Awards
I never saw the point of running as a recreational activity. Doing fifteen minutes on the treadmill was about all I could stomach before I got tricked by a family member into signing up for the Old Mutual Two Oceans Half-Marathon (that’s 21km of “fun”, in case you were wondering). There was no backing out: race day was looming and my pride was at stake here. Suddenly I found myself with a goal to work towards, and that was all the motivation I needed to get off my butt and out on the early morning streets of Ballito… running… eish. Together with my race partner (my mom), I set started getting serious about putting one foot in front of the other.
Step 1: Find a Club I had often heard tales of the Dolphin
Coast Striders Running Club and the legendary characters that make up the running pack. Characters like Barry “The Boss” Holland who captains the club and has run more Comrades Marathons than most people have had hot meals (he holds the joint record for the most consecutive Comrades Marathons, with this year promising to be his 43rd consecutive race). Far from being a cliquey group of fitness snobs, we found the group to be nothing but warm and welcoming. Regular Wednesday
after-work time trials at the club became a weekly ritual for us, and early morning training sessions led by “The Boss” gave us a mental edge that we carried through to race day.
Step 2: Get Good FootwearI cannot emphasize enough how
important quality running shoes are for anyone considering a big race for the first time. I had started running in seriously worn “tekkies” and wasn’t doing myself any favours… my feet and legs were taking strain from poor support. Through the Striders, my mom and I were introduced to running fundi Dave Flood: another legend of the KZN running community and owner of The Sports Zone specialist running and sporting goods store in Kensington Square, Durban North. Dave is seriously passionate about running and his knowledge and experience when it comes to selecting the correct footwear is unrivalled. After Dave kitted my mom and me out our training progress soared… we left our old shoes in the dust.
Step 3: Plug In To the Community… deloittes… race organizer Barry
Holland… set another goalNow Dave is expanding with a brand new
shop at the Junction in Ballito and Candice
New shop name
WHO run’S THIS TOWn?Mike Charles laces up his running shoes and hits the streets looking for the answer.
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THE 2015 DRAW Australian Eastern Time New Zealand Time South African Time
ROUND 10FRIDAY 17 APRIL
Crusaders v Chiefs 17:35 19:35 9:35
SATURDAY 18 APRIL
Hurricanes v Waratahs 14:30 16:30 6:30
Highlanders v Blues 17:35 19:35 9:35
Brumbies v Rebels 19:40 21:40 11:40
Force v Stormers 21:45 23:45 13:45
Sharks v Bulls 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
Cheetahs v Reds 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
ROUND 11 (ANZAC Day Weekend)FRIDAY 24 APRIL
Chiefs v Force 17:35 19:35 9:35
Brumbies v Highlanders 19:40 21:40 11:40
SATURDAY 25 APRIL
Crusaders v Blues 17:35 19:35 9:35
Waratahs v Rebels 19:40 21:40 11:40
Lions v Cheetahs 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
Stormers v Bulls 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
SUNDAY 26 APRIL
Reds v Hurricanes 16:05 18:05 8:05
ROUND 12FRIDAY 1 MAY
Highlanders v Sharks 17:35 19:35 9:35
Brumbies v Waratahs 19:40 21:40 11:40
SATURDAY 2 MAY
Blues v Force 15:30 17:30 7:30
Hurricanes v Crusaders 17:35 19:35 9:35
Rebels v Chiefs 19:40 21:40 11:40
Cheetahs v Stormers 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
Bulls v Lions 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
ROUND 13FRIDAY 8 MAY
Crusaders v Reds 17:35 19:35 9:35
Rebels v Blues 19:40 21:40 11:40
SATURDAY 9 MAY
Hurricanes v Sharks 17:35 19:35 9:35
Force v Waratahs 19:40 21:40 11:40
Lions v Highlanders 23:00 1:00* 15:00
Stormers v Brumbies 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
BYES: BULLS, CHEETAHS, CHIEFS
ROUND 14FRIDAY 15 MAY
Blues v Bulls 17:35 19:35 9:35
Reds v Rebels 19:40 21:40 11:40
SATURDAY 16 MAY
Hurricanes v Chiefs 17:35 19:35 9:35
Waratahs v Sharks 19:40 21:40 11:40
Lions v Brumbies 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
Cheetahs v Highlanders 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
BYES: CRUSADERS, FORCE, STORMERS
ROUND 15FRIDAY 22 MAY
Chiefs v Bulls 17:35 19:35 9:35
Reds v Sharks 19:40 21:40 11:40
SATURDAY 23 MAY
Blues v Hurricanes 17:35 19:35 9:35
Waratahs v Crusaders 19:40 21:40 11:40
Force v Highlanders 21:45 23:45 13:45
Cheetahs v Lions 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
Stormers v Rebels 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
ROUND 16FRIDAY 29 MAY
Crusaders v Hurricanes 17:35 19:35 9:35
Brumbies v Bulls 19:40 21:40 11:40
Sharks v Rebels 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
SATURDAY 30 MAY
Highlanders v Chiefs 17:35 19:35 9:35
Force v Reds 19:40 21:40 11:40
Stormers v Cheetahs 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
Lions v Waratahs 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
ROUND 17FRIDAY 5 JUNE
Hurricanes v Highlanders 17:35 19:35 9:35
Force v Brumbies 21:00 23:00 13:00
SATURDAY 6 JUNE
Rebels v Bulls 15:30 17:30 7:30
Blues v Crusaders 17:35 19:35 9:35
Reds v Chiefs 19:40 21:40 11:40
Cheetahs v Waratahs 23:00 1:00* 15:00
Stormers v Lions 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
ROUND 18FRIDAY 12 JUNE
Blues v Highlanders 17:35 19:35 9:35
Rebels v Force 19:40 21:40 11:40
SATURDAY 13 JUNE
Brumbies v Crusaders 15:30 17:30 7:30
Chiefs v Hurricanes 17:35 19:35 9:35
Waratahs v Reds 19:40 21:40 11:40
Bulls v Cheetahs 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
Sharks v Stormers 3:10* 5:10* 19:10
ROUND 1FRIDAY 13 FEBRUARY
Crusaders v Rebels 17:35 19:35 8:35
Brumbies v Reds 19:40 21:40 10:40
Lions v Hurricanes 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
SATURDAY 14 FEBRUARY
Blues v Chiefs 17:35 19:35 8:35
Sharks v Cheetahs 2:05* 4:05* 17:05
Bulls v Stormers 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
SUNDAY 15 FEBRUARY
Waratahs v Force 16:05 18:05 7:05
ROUND 2FRIDAY 20 FEBRUARY
Chiefs v Brumbies 17:35 19:35 8:35
Rebels v Waratahs 19:40 21:40 10:40
Bulls v Hurricanes 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
SATURDAY 21 FEBRUARY
Highlanders v Crusaders 17:35 19:35 8:35
Reds v Force 19:40 21:40 10:40
Stormers v Blues 2:05* 4:05* 17:05
Sharks Lions 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
ROUND 3FRIDAY 27 FEBRUARY
Highlanders v Reds 17:35 19:35 8:35
Force v Hurricanes 22:00 00:00* 13:00
Cheetahs v Blues 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
SATURDAY 28 FEBRUARY
Chiefs v Crusaders 17:35 19:35 8:35
Rebels v Brumbies 19:40 21:40 10:40
Bulls v Sharks 2:05* 4:05* 17:05
Lions v Stormers 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
ROUND 4FRIDAY 6 MARCH
Chiefs v Highlanders 17:35 19:35 8:35
Brumbies v Force 19:40 21:40 10:40
SATURDAY 7 MARCH
Blues v Lions 17:35 19:35 8:35
Reds v Waratahs 19:40 21:40 10:40
Cheetahs v Bulls 2:05* 4:05* 17:05
Stormers v Sharks 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
BYES: CRUSADERS, HURRICANES, REBELS
ROUND 5FRIDAY 13 MARCH
Hurricanes v Blues 17:35 19:35 8:35
Force v Rebels 22:00 00:00* 13:00
SATURDAY 14 MARCH
Crusaders v Lions 14:30 16:30 5:30
Highlanders v Waratahs 17:35 19:35 8:35
Reds v Brumbies 19:40 21:40 10:40
Stormers v Chiefs 00:00* 2:00* 15:00
Cheetahs v Sharks 2:05* 4:05* 17:05
ROUND 6FRIDAY 20 MARCH
Highlanders v Hurricanes 17:35 19:35 8:35
Rebels v Lions 19:40 21:40 10:40
SATURDAY 21 MARCH
Crusaders v Cheetahs 17:35 19:35 8:35
Bulls v Force 2:05* 4:05* 17:05
Sharks v Chiefs 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
SUNDAY 22 MARCH
Waratahs v Brumbies 16:05 18:05 7:05
BYES: BLUES, REDS, STORMERS
ROUND 7FRIDAY 27 MARCH
Hurricanes v Rebels 17:35 19:35 8:35
Reds v Lions 20:00 22:00 11:00
SATURDAY 28 MARCH
Chiefs v Cheetahs 14:30 16:30 5:30
Highlanders v Stormers 17:35 19:35 8:35
Waratahs v Blues 19:40 21:40 10:40
Sharks v Force 2:05* 4:05* 17:05
Bulls v Crusaders 4:10* 6:10* 19:10
ROUND 8(Easter and Daylight savings finished AUS and NZL)FRIDAY 3 APRIL
Hurricanes v Stormers 17:35 19:35 8:35
Rebels v Reds 19:40 21:40 10:40
SATURDAY 4 APRIL
Chiefs v Blues 17:35 19:35 8:35
Brumbies v Cheetahs 19:40 21:40 10:40
Sharks v Crusaders 00:00* 2:00* 15:00
Lions v Bulls 2:05* 3:05* 17:05
BYES: FORCE, HIGHLANDERS, WARATAHS
ROUND 9FRIDAY 10 APRIL
Blues v Brumbies 17:35 19:35 9:35
SATURDAY 11 APRIL
Crusaders v Highlanders 17:35 19:35 9:35
Waratahs v Stormers 19:40 21:40 11:40
Force v Cheetahs 21:45 23:45 13:45
Bulls v Reds 23:00 1:00* 15:00
Lions v Sharks 1:05* 3:05* 17:05
BYES: CHIEFS, HURRICANES, REBELS
QUALIFIERS – FRIDAY 19 & SATURDAY 20 JUNETeam 1 and Team 2 ByeQualifier 1 – Team 3 v Team 6Qualifier 2 – Team 4 v Team 5
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FINAL – SATURDAY 4 JULYFInal – Winner of Semi 1 v Winner of Semi 2
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1. Camboh 55.662. Trent 55.583. anton 54.75
ROUND TEN RESULTS:Cheetahs 17 - 18 Reds (Major upset)
Sharks 10 - 17 Bulls (Fairly predictable)Force 6 - 13 Stormers (An obvious pick)Brumbies 8 - 13 Rebels (Insane upset!)
Highlanders 30 - 24 Blues (An obvious pick)Hurricanes 24 - 29 Waratahs (Major upset)
Crusaders 9 - 26 Chiefs (Even Stevens)
ROUND 10 YELLOW CAP WINNER!DAvE CHARLES YOU DID IT!
You win a case of beer from Liquor City @ The Circle AND a R250 voucher
from John Dory’s Ballito! WELL DONE!
ROUND 9 YELLOW CAP WINNER!Great job EJ LANZ!You are a rock star!
Stunning range of Traditional and Contemporary Garden Pots, Feature Pots and Water Features
NEW RANGE OF MOSAIC POTS!!
Shane Duncan - 083 549 5554
032 525 8300 (T)
032 525 8296 (F)
Directions: From Durban Exit off N2 at the Salt Rock(turn off 214). Turn right over highway. Right at Sasol Garage into Old Fort Road. Follow signage to gate of Rock Pots KZN and East Coast Garden Art. GPS Co-ordinates: -29° 29' 12.44", +31° 13' 32.09"
Mon – Thurs: 8am – 4pm
Friday : 8am – 3 pm
Saturday: 9am – 1pm
THE CIRCLE, BALLITO
Tel: 032 586 0827
22 April - 5 MayT&C’s apply. E&OE
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- Wellness Spa - Kiddies Parties
STORAGE FROMR550 pm incl VAT
SALES POSITION AvAILABLE IN BALLITO
Sales Rep position available for printing company in the Ballito/Salt Rock area. Own transport and cell phone essential. Previous sales
experience an advantage. Basic plus commission.Please send CV to [email protected]
CLIO 66KW TURBO EXPRESSIONFROM R2 999 PM
DUSTER 1.5 dCi DYNAMIQUE 4X4 FROM R3 999 PM
SANDERO 66KW TURBO EXPRESSION FROM R1 999 PM
0% DEPOSIT100% RENAULT
Pay 0% deposit on a new Renault* today and get the Renault that you want when you want it. Visit www.renault.co.za for more or visit your nearest dealership. Valid for this month only.
*Limited to the Renault Sandero Expression (From R1 999 PM or R139 900), Renault Clio Expression (From R2 999 PM or R199 990) or Renault Duster 4x4dCi (From R3 999 PM or R269 900.) Finance through Renault Financial Services. A division of Webank. A division of FirstRand Bank Limited. An Authorised Financial Services and Credit Provider. NCRCP20. The financial offers are only applicable to the advertised vehicle derivatives, & are valid for April 2015. Retail prices are in accordance with pricelist 1 April 2015. Prices exclude “on the road costs”. Terms and Conditions apply.
MODEL INTEREST RATE MONTHLY INSTALMENT RETAIL PRICE TOTAL COSTBALLOON % BALLOONDEPOSIT TERM
Sandero 66kW Turbo Expression (incl. A/C) R139 900 R194 928
R199 900 R286 962
R269 900 R382 409
0,00% 8,42% 35%
Clio 66kW Turbo Expression
Duster 1.5 dCi Dynamique 4x4
Renault Dealer Ad_B.indd 1 2015/04/01 2:13 PM
Go on . . . Spoil MoM!
Frank Mitchell: 082 770 2124Bilal Nhlanhla: 071 464 3281
Rylan Runganathan : 079 858 0927
NOW R159 900 NOW R139 900
“Top notch service is our main auto motive”