Our Philosophy

We do what we do because we believe it helps to make the world a better place, because it makes people healthier, because it gives something back. We love what we do!

The Relationship

We're equal. We're a mentor, friend and guide.

The Promise

Educate, nurture and enlighten students so they can realise their full potential.

The experience

An unfolding of the self, an awakening, a new perspective on health, life and what it means to be human.

The essence

Illuminate & radiate:
Illuminate: mind, body & spirit.
Radiate: heart, health & happiness.

 


Our values


Be One

The integration of mind, heart, soul and body is our guiding principle.

Example: Whenever we communicate we relate the parts to the whole.

 

Be Explorative

We provide creative tools with which our students can discover themselves.

Example: We share philosophical thinking to broaden minds and open eyes.

 

Be Sharing

We share a passion for learning where knowledge can be transformed into understanding.

Example: We provide learning experiences from lectures, texts, diagrams, video and audio recordings etc.

 

Be Clear

We do everything simply and honestly - people trust us.

Example: We distil information down to the essential. We use models, charts and imagery to convey complex ideas.

 

Be Compassionate

We provide first class service, support and encouragement, so students enjoy the fellowship.

Example: We nurture relationships through the years of study and on into professional practice.

 

Be Ethical

We fundamentally care about this planet and the people on it, we are all connected.

Example: We recycle, use environmentally sound materials, we give back to the community.

 

Be Better

We make people's lives better and better, we never accept second best.

Example: If it is worth doing it is worth doing well, everything we do is better than the competition; we remove the 'new age' fluff that clouds our marketplace.

We're here to inspire you about natural health.

I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think.

Socrates