The PRWIRE Press Releases http:// 2016-12-14T07:59:15Z DISCOVER 30 YEARS OF ROXETTE HITS AS YOU’VE NEVER HEARD THEM BEFORE 2016-12-14T07:59:15Z discover-30-years-of-roxette-hits-as-you-ve-never-heard-them-before "Songs for Nurseries, Toy Rooms & other Sweet Places" MEDIA RELEASE, SYDNEY, 14 DECEMBER 2016: Today, Australian boutique music company, Bamm Bamm Wolfgang, have released an exclusive collection of classic Roxette songs, reimagined as lullaby instrumentals for the next generation of magic friends. Baby Roxers – The Lullaby Hits! (Vol.1) promises to “Rox you like a baby!”. Join the Baby Roxers, Baby Jane and Baby Cooper (the animated artists and babes behind the music), on a melodic journey across three decades of Roxette. Serenade your little one with a starry twist on hits like “Listen To Your Heart” and “The Look” and other fan favourites, including “Silver Blue” and “Stars”. The ultimate gift for Roxette aficionados, this lovingly crafted 12-track compilation appeals to little ears with mesmorising melodies and dreamy instrumentals, making The Lullaby Hits (Vol.1) the essential soundtrack for a “Perfect Day” until it is time to “Go To Sleep”. Adam Alexander, Creative Director of Bamm Bamm Wolfgang comments: “This is a passion project for me. I’m a Daddy and have been an avid Roxette fan since the early 90s. While I adore traditional lullabies, it’s my hope that this record can be something a little more personal for Roxette fans, who are now becoming parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles – to add to their repertoire and share with their little ones. A musical inheritance, if you like!”. To accompany the release, Bamm Bamm Wolfgang have collaborated with Director Robertino Zambrano to produce a sensory music video starring Baby Jane and Baby Cooper, capturing the adventurous and imaginative spirit of the album. Baby Roxers – The Lullaby Hits! (Vol.1) is available from Wednesday, 14 December 2016. Album download available from digital stores. A limited-edition CD is available via the official Roxette website www.roxette.se. To find out more, visit: Website: http://www.babyroxers.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/babyroxers Twitter: twitter.com/Baby_Roxers Instagram: Instagram/babyroxers – END – For more information, images and interview requests please contact: Celia Harding
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E: celia.harding@outlook.com Notes to Editors Baby Roxers – The Lullaby Hits! (Vol.1) Private album link for review Track listing The Look Stars Sleeping In My Car Listen To Your Heart Almost Unreal Spending My Time Silver Blue How Do You Do! Good Karma First Girl On The Moon Perfect Day Go To Sleep Short + Sweet: SNACKABLETV youth broadcast network for short-form content launches 2016-12-01T01:16:58Z short-sweet-snackabletv-youth-broadcast-network-for-short-form-content-launches Meet SNACKABLETV, a revolutionary digital youth network housing the best in bite-sized content. It’s an entirely new way for young people all over the world to access high quality short-form entertainment for FREE, without annoying advertisements or subscriptions. VIEW THE SIZZLE REEL Millennials are diverse, curious and engaged - so, SNACKABLETV is too. It does not discriminate against gender, sexuality, race, creed or socio-economic status, only against beige content. SNACKABLETV launches with solid collaborations and partnerships as official Youth & Content Broadcaster for Sydney Festival, co-produced podcasts with the team from Melbourne’s Sans Pants Radio and short films produced by future creative superstars from the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS). Offering something for everyone, SNACKABLETV plays host to content across seven channels; Culture, Film, Gaming, Music, Podcast, Style, and a dedicated hub for today’s news, events, and the best of the net; What’s Hot. Original series’ will feature respected members of the creative community including; street artist Scott Marsh; music journalist Danny Clayton; celebrity fashion stylist Mikey Ayoubi; mindfulness coach Kylie Ryan; comedians Rhys Nicholson and Robbie Armfield; musicians Client Liaison, Sleep Makes Waves and The Jezabels; and so much more incredible talent in front of and behind the lens. In the face of a fracturing media landscape, SNACKABLETV also offers a solution for brands to target a millennial audience utilising quality native content by creating this ‘safe space’ free of subscriptions and free of pre-rolls and pop-up ads to give viewers a great experience which will keep them coming back for more. The network will lead the fight against ‘Digital Litter’, a result of too much access to poorly made content. Everything on SNACKABLETV is short, sharp, and captivating. It’s video that is never boring, always inspiring, with an added dose of learning for the socially aware, completely free of charge to the viewer. SNACKABLETV Co-founders Kate Edwards and Shae Constantine said today: “We are extremely proud to be launching Australia’s first short form broadcast network made especially for young people. “SNACKABLETV is purpose built as much for the consumer as it is for the creator – it’s a conduit between the two worlds. We identified a gap, in that there is so much good content out there and before now it hasn’t had a home or a chance to get to an audience who will appreciate it. “Our doors are wide open to young creatives and creators. We want to distribute the best short-form content the world has seen, and this is only possible with a truly robust digital platform to facilitate the relationship between creator and audience. That platform is SNACKABLETV.” Content is currently available online (mobile, tablet or desktop) via SNACKABLETV.tv The bar has been set high and SNACKABLETV is committed to pushing the boundaries in both the controversy and quality stakes. New content will be released on all channels across the network constantly. Stay tuned for updates on exciting co-productions and distribution partnerships. In the face of a fracturing media landscape, SNACKABLETV also offers a solution for brands to target a millennial audience utilising quality native content by creating this ‘safe space’ free of subscriptions and free of pre-rolls and pop-up ads to give viewers a great experience which will keep them coming back for more. Interview and content requests contact The Lantern Group: Louisa Read +61 412 955 101 louisa@lanterngroup.com.au Fiona Gulin +61 487 992 333 fiona@lanterngroup.com.au CONNECT WITH SNACKABLETV FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM #snackableTV MEDIA MATERIALS DROPBOX AUSTRALIA’S LEADING AUTHORS GATHER TO CONDEMN GOVERNMENT’S PLAN TO CREATE A CULTURE OF BOOK THIEVES 2016-05-18T23:21:03Z australia-s-leading-authors-gather-to-condemn-government-s-plan-to-create-a-culture-of-book-thieves Who: Richard Flanagan, Nikki Gemmell, Andy Griffiths, Tom Keneally to lead Alist roll call of Australian and international authors When: Thursday 19 May at 6.45pm – 6.55pm Where: Art Gallery NSW, just before the 16th annual Australian Book Industry Awards begin What: Photo opp with limited vox pops available on request. Don’t close the book on Australian stories. The Australian government is about to make significant changes to copyright, threatening the future of our Australian story. But at what cost to writers, culture and jobs? Guest ABIA presenter and Man Booker Prize winner, Richard Flanagan will deliver a speech in response to the Productivity Commission's Intellectual Property draft report around 10pm during the gala ceremony. ‘Australians deserve that their lives, experiences, country and culture be reflected in the literature that they read.’ - Thomas Keneally For more information, please contact: Emma Rusher T 0423 214 626 | emma@houseofrusher.com Anti-Bullying Day; 'Sextortion' and cyberbullying posing a serious threat to Australia's youth 2016-03-10T03:15:30Z anti-bullying-day-sextortion-and-cyberbullying-posing-a-serious-threat-to-australia-s-youth FOR FOXES SAKEEducating kids way to safety says sex educator For immediate release - March 2016 In the lead up to the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence, sex educator and author Rowena Murray lifts the lid on cyberbullying; identifying it as the greatest threat to Australia’s youth. With the rise of ‘sextortion’ or ‘revenge porn’, young women in particular are found to be amongst the most vulnerable. A recent study conducted by beyondblue and Norton by Symantec found that a startling one in ten Australian women said they had experienced ‘revenge porn’ or ‘sextortion’. Most women (76%) under 30 were found to be the victim of online harassment, ranging from verbal abuse to threats of violence. “Revenge porn has far-reaching impacts, with victims often feeling fearful, frightened, violated and abused. Having intimate photos or footage out there can be awful enough, and is exacerbated if online abuse or bullying follows it,” states Rowena. “Young people shouldn’t be shamed into isolating themselves by going offline, as the perpetrators are the criminals here. They shouldn’t be shamed by their families, schools or friends when they need support. Slut-shaming, especially when it’s directed at someone in their teens, only serves to further perpetuate alienation.” In another study conducted by McAfee in 2013, it was found that Aussie teens and tweens were some of the most exposed to cyberbullying; 81% had witnessed cyberbullying, whilst over a third were victims themselves. “Though cyberbullying is sometimes inescapable, young people can take preventative measures to protect their own safety by keeping as many details, such as their location and school private,” says Rowena. “Adults can also help by having two-way conversations with young family members and friends about the digital challenges facing today’s youth.” In her book For Foxes Sake, Rowena educates young people on how they can protect themselves from cyberbullying and on sex in the digital age.  “You’re dealing with a very open internet. There’s also more bullying than ever before because people’s brains go missing when they’re behind a keyboard and they turn into total idiots. Law enforcement, legislation and public attitudes haven’t caught up with the realities of online behaviour.”    -   ends   - Journalists please note: For interviews, images and requests please contactRachel Service  That Comms Co.RachelS@thatcomms.com 0431 339 497Chloe Tran That Comms Co.ChloeT@thatcomms.com 0405 955 025 As I Age….I do not giggle with a full bladder 2015-08-14T04:56:06Z as-i-age-i-do-not-giggle-with-a-full-bladder-3 Federation Square will be home to an oversized ‘As I Age’ chalkboard during Melbourne Writers Festival so people can share their thoughts on getting older. The “As I Age” chalkboard is two metres high and 12 metres long chalkboard, and hopes to inspire festival goers and everyone walking by to share their thoughts on getting older. The installation is a community project of Feros Care and is intended to ignite thought and conversation about ageing, and to break down attitudes and to prove that life doesn’t stop at 70. Ms Jennene Buckley, Chief Executive Officer of Feros Care said “This is one of the biggest and most provocative community campaigns Feros has ever done. We work hard to constantly challenge the perceptions and stereotypes of ageing. This installation is impossible to ignore, as is ageing! “I’m so excited about what the locals will have to say, and what comments they will add to the board. Older people often don’t feel like they can voice their concerns about ageing, and the Wall gives them permission. They aren’t used to such personal expression. “No topic was off-limits – from sex to beliefs to incontinence,” she said. Ms Buckley said there was an amazingly positive reaction to the Wall’s installation at Byron Bay Writers Festival earlier this month. Hundreds of people of all ages completed the ‘As I Age’ sentence. The wall drew large crowds and it became a talking point between groups of strangers. Proof that ageing impacts everyone, two teenagers were captured saying: “No matter what our age, we are ageing”, as they participated in a public interactive art installation. Participating writers at the Byron Bay festival also had their say on the As I Age wall: Don Watson: “I hope” Annie Zaidi: “One by one my fences fall away and I feel free” Renata Singer: “I’m going to keep contributing and stay engaged” Some of the 100s of comments chalked at the Byron Bay Writers Festival included: • …I give thanks, as old age is not offered to everyone • …I want to realise my full potential and capture the essence of life. • …I feel lighter and free, not at all what I was expecting • …I love, laugh and live every minute and every day as if it is my last! • ....I don’t want to be homeless • …I live to love and be loved, and to embrace my future and freedom • …I would like respect • …I ache • …I do not giggle with a full bladder “These comments aren’t always comfortable to read but they are the reality and by getting people to share their perspective, we can aim to make getting older better. “In fact here at Feros Care we celebrate ageing. We have made it our mission to always challenge traditional thoughts and attitudes to aging, and help seniors live their best lives. “If you are around Federation Square during the Writers Festival, please complete the sentence “As I Age …” and be a part of the community that creates a positive image and environment for ageing,” Ms Buckley said. The As I Age wall is part of a national roadshow to inspire conversation about ageing. Following the Melbourne Writers Festival, the As I Age wall will be appearing at the Brisbane Writers Festival (2-30 September). Gold Coast lady helps people avoid toxic medications 2015-05-12T01:50:32Z gold-coast-lady-helps-people-avoid-toxic-medications A Gold Coast woman is on a mission to help people across Australia understand the principles of good health to avoid being a medical misdiagnosis statistic. Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine president Mark Graber estimates diagnostic errors in Australia are 140,000 cases every year with 21,000 cases of serious harm and between 2000 and 4000 deaths. “These errors cause appreciable suffering and harm everywhere,” Mr Graber said. Known as The Spirit Warrior, Liz Collett said she had heard of increasing numbers of people who had been having severe side effects from medication prescribed by doctors. ‘Doctors are practicing on people because they’re not in tune with people’s specific body chemistry, which is as unique for each person as their fingerprints,” Ms Collett said. “From my own experiences, I refuse to take their advice as gospel.” Ms Collett found she had a gift communicating with spirit after ‘busting her knee open’ when she slipped on a grape at Runaway Bay Shopping Mall in January 2013. The well-known Gold Coast line dancing instructor of 22 years ‘was unable to dance for 12 months’ and had a tension band wire criss-crossed through her knee bone with two pins in it for 8 months. Her healing journey involved a slow one-year process of hospital visits and physiotherapy. This gave her an opportunity to connect with her angels and spirit guides, initially through a psychic circle. She then found that all her questions were being answered on health, wellbeing, business and future projections through the motions of a crystal pendulum. “It’s important to be aware of what we put into our bodies,” Ms Collett said. “Many people are suffering badly from toxic food, radiation, products etc and are being diagnosed with conditions like autism and ADD, which can be avoided and cured easily.” She will be running low-cost Awakening the World retreats in Queensland this year and is writing a book about her story called It’s All About Me, which is due out later this year. Her instructional line dancing DVDs, done in collaboration with musician Paul Fitz-Patrick, ‘Line Dance with Liz Collett’, released in 2005, have sold to people in South Arica, the US, UK, New Zealand and Poland. Her classes have attracted up to 120 people in venues like Southport Sharks, where she currently teaches, as well as William Duncan State School, Nerang. She has also taught at workshops across Australia, in New Zealand, China and Florida, US. She is passionate about helping people get back in touch with themselves and embracing their power.  “Your angels and spirit guides are there to help with your problems. You need to take charge of your own life – stand up and say I’m not copping this. People will respect you more,” she said. She advises that people be aware of toxic medications that are often being given out by pharmacies. “It’s time for people to take responsibility,” she said. “We are in the Age of Aquarius now, good people will rise and have a voice.” Liz will run Awakening the World retreats from July 4 to 5 and August 1 to 2, 2015, at Stacey's at the Gap, on the Cunningham Highway towards Warwick. To book, call 0411 602 974. ________________________________  MEDIA CONTACT ONLY: Aldwyn Altuney, AA Xposé Media Director, Ph: (07) 5571 0233, 0409 895 055 Email: aldwyn@aaxpose.com   SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES WORLD PREMIERE OF WOMEN HE’S UNDRESSED ONBOARD SUN PRINCESS 2015-04-21T23:03:19Z sydney-film-festival-announces-world-premiere-of-women-he-s-undressed-onboard-sun-princess The 62nd Sydney Film Festival announces the World Premiere of Gillian Armstrong’s Women He’s Undressed. The documentary premieres on-board the Sun Princess, in Sydney Harbour on Wednesday 10 June.   The Sydney Film Festival screening will be the first time a premiere has been held on a ship in Australia.   The Festival and Princess Cruises have partnered to present this film, rolling out an on-deck blue carpet to celebrate the occasion, followed by a screening in the Sun Princess Theatre.  Women He’s Undressed takes an intimate look at the life of Academy Award winning Australian designer Orry-Kelly.  Unfamiliar at home, the Kiama born designer created wardrobes for the silver screen from the 1930s to 1960s.  Kelly’s design credits include; Hollywood’s biggest studios, most memorable stars, and films hits such as Some Like it Hot and An American in Paris.   “We could not think of anything more appropriate and exciting than to have our premiere on a Grand Ship on the very harbour young penniless Orry-Kelly sailed from in 1922 with dreams of showbiz success. I can’t wait to frock up with cocktails at sunset on the deck and toast his extraordinary life and talent,” said the film’s director Gillian Armstrong.   “Women He’s Undressed is about a most fascinating Australian Hollywood luminary. We are proud to be screening the World Premiere at Sydney Film Festival,” said Festival Director Nashen Moodley.   “Princess Cruises is thrilled to partner with Sydney Film Festival to present Australia’s first World Premiere on a ship," said Princess Cruises Vice President Australia and New Zealand, Stuart Allison. “In this case, the subject could not be more fitting - Orry-Kelly was a legend in the entertainment industry, whose life and work inspired millions around the world; and here at Princess Cruises, we pride ourselves on our first-rate entertainment offerings, including our ever-popular Movies Under The Stars, and providing our guests with meaningful life-changing experiences.”  Sydney Film Festival runs 3 – 14 June 2015.The full program of 200+ films will be launched on Wednesday 6 May at 11am.Flexipasses for Sydney Film Festival 2015 are on sale now. Please call 1300 733 733 or visit sff.org.au for more information. Interview opportunity: Spirit Warrior confirms no terror attacks this Anzac Day 2015-04-19T23:16:29Z spirit-warrior-confirms-no-terror-attacks-this-anzac-day GOLD Coast ‘Spirit Warrior’ Liz Collett said ‘spirit’ has confirmed there will be no terrorist attacks in Australia or New Zealand this Anzac Day. “People can celebrate the day for what it is without cause for fear,” Ms Collett said. This Saturday (25/4/15) marks the 100-year centenary of the ANZAC landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey and since Australia’s involvement in World War 1, after which 102,000 people died. Ms Collett is on a mission to help people de-stress and deal effectively with the scare of recent terror threats and loss of loved ones this Anzac Day. She is particularly passionate about helping grieving families or servicemen, who may have unresolved emotional issues like post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, abruptness or short temperament after war. Ms Collett’s uncle Ron Cordin was blinded in World War 2 after a hand grenade blew up in front of him in Bougainville in 1945. “This caused a lot of stress to my grandma Francis,” Ms Collett said. “He had eight siblings, including my mum, and the stress of this had a long-term impact on our family. “My mum had a lot of stress and someone dear to her died in her arms when she was pregnant with me. When I was born in 1953, her stress and lack of time she could spend with me led to me subconsciously growing up feeling unworthy of love and having great things.   “I always kept busy to prove myself with activities such as gymnastics, ice skating and eventually as a jockey.” Her dad, Reg Kimbrey, was an ambulance officer for 39 years from 1952 to 1991 and also dealt with many war victims, which also impacted her family. Ms Collett found a new awareness communicating with her angels and spirit guides after an accident, fracturing her kneecap, when she slipped on a grape at Runaway Bay Shopping Mall in January 2013. The well-known Gold Coast line dancing instructor of 22 years ‘couldn’t dance for 12 months’ and had a tension band wire criss-crossed through her knee bone with two pins in it for eight months. She soon discovered she had a gift for communicating with spirits, which answer specific questions on health, wellbeing, business and future projections, through the motions of a crystal pendulum. “No matter what they went through, the servicemen and women who died are in a happy place now and have earned their place in heaven,” Ms Collett said. “They are contactable and they are around you.” Her tips to deal with the stress of either being in war or related to someone who was is to contemplate on the service for their country and the camaraderie. Meditation is also a great way to find peace and contentment. “It’s important to understand that with every suffering, there is a reward.” She advises people to communicate and talk about issues. “Acknowledge them, accept them, feel them and let them go,” she said. “Those who have passed want their family members to commemorate the service they gave and rejoice in the fact they are in a happy place. “They don’t want you to be sad or in mourning. They want you to be happy and not live with a heavy heart. They want you to feel light and happy that they are with you in spirit. It’s such a beautiful awareness.” Ms Collett will run a low-cost healing Awakening the World retreat at Stacey's at the Gap towards Warwick, Queensland, on July 4 (American Independence Day) and July 5. She is also writing a revealing book about her story called It’s All About Me, which is due in October this year. Her instructional line dancing DVDs, done in collaboration with musician Paul Fitz-Patrick, ‘Line Dance with Liz Collett’, released in 2005, have sold to people in South Africa, the US, UK, New Zealand and Poland. Her classes have attracted up to 120 people in venues like Southport Sharks, where she currently teaches, as well as William Duncan State School, Nerang. She has also taught at workshops across Australia, in New Zealand, China and Florida, US. She is passionate about helping people get back in touch with themselves and embrace their power. For more details, call Liz Collett on 0411 602 974. Gold Coast lady helps people de-stress this Easter 2015-04-02T02:10:54Z gold-coast-lady-helps-people-de-stress-this-easter ​A Gold Coast woman is on a mission to help people de-stress, rejuvenate and get back in touch with themselves this Easter. Known as The Spirit Warrior, Liz Collett will run a relaxing, healing Awakening the World retreat this Saturday and Sunday (4-5/4) at Stacey's at the Gap towards Warwick.  Ms Collett found solace communicating with her angels and spirit guides after ‘busting her knee open’ when she fell over at Runaway Bay Shopping Mall in January 2013. The well-known Gold Coast line dancing instructor of 22 years ‘couldn’t dance for 12 months’ and had a tension band wire criss-crossed through her knee bone with two pins in it for 8 months. “I was walking from Coles to the underground car park and slipped on a grape,” Ms Collett said. Her healing journey involved a slow year-long process of hospital visits and physiotherapy. This gave her time to connect with her angels and spirit guides, initially through a psychic circle. She soon discovered she had a gift for communicating with spirits, which answer specific questions on health, wellbeing, business and future projections through the motions of a crystal pendulum. “We’re no longer ageing to perfection. We’re ageing to decay,” Ms Collett said. “It’s important to be aware of what we put into our bodies. Many children are suffering badly from toxic food, radiation, products etc and are being diagnosed with conditions like autism and ADD, which can be avoided and cured easily.” She will be running low-cost Awakening the World retreats in Queensland this year and is writing a book about her story called All About Me, which is due out later this year. Her instructional line dancing DVDs, done in collaboration with musician Paul Fitz-Patrick, ‘Line Dance with Liz Collett’, released in 2005, have sold to people in South Arica, the US, UK, New Zealand and Poland. Her classes have attracted up to 120 people in venues like Southport Sharks, Southport Bowls Club and William Duncan State School. She has also taught at workshops across Australia, in New Zealand, China and Florida, US. She is passionate about helping people get back in touch with themselves and embrace their power. “The hardest thing is for people to believe they are loved,” she said. “Your angels and spirit guides are there for you to help with your problems. You need to take charge of your own life – stand up and say I’m not copping this. People will respect you more.” She also advises that people avoid toxic medications that are often being given out by pharmacies as their bodies are decaying – causing stress and health problems. “It’s time for people to take responsibility,” she said. “We are in the Age of Aquarius now, good people will rise and have a voice.” Liz will run a two-day Awakening the World retreat at Stacey’s At the Gap, on the Cunningham Highway towards Warwick, this Saturday and Sunday (4-5/4/15) and one from July 31 to August 2, 2015. To book, call 0411 602 974. Line dancer turned Spirit Warrior helps people heal 2015-03-16T01:54:49Z spirit-warrior-helps-people-heal-with-spirit Known as The Spirit Warrior, Liz Collett found solace communicating with her angels and spirit guides after ‘busting her knee open’ when she fell over at Runaway Bay Shopping Mall in January 2013. The well-known Gold Coast line dancing instructor of 22 years ‘couldn’t dance for 12 months’ and had a tension band wire criss-crossed through her knee bone with two pins in it for 8 months. “I was walking from Coles to the underground car park and slipped on a grape,” Ms Collett said. Her healing journey involved a slow year-long process of hospital visits and physiotherapy. This gave her time to connect with her angels and spirit guides, initially through a psychic circle. She soon discovered she had a gift for communicating with spirits, which answer specific questions on health, wellbeing, business and future projections through the motions of a crystal pendulum. “We’re no longer ageing to perfection. We’re ageing to decay,” Ms Collett said. “It’s important to be aware of what we put into our bodies. Many children are suffering badly from toxic food, radiation, products etc and are being diagnosed with conditions like autism and ADD, which can be avoided and cured easily.” She will be running low-cost Awakening the World retreats in Queensland this year and is writing a book about her story called All About Me, which is due out later this year. Her instructional line dancing DVDs, done in collaboration with musician Paul Fitz-Patrick, ‘Line Dance with Liz Collett’, released in 2005, have sold to people in South Arica, the US, UK, New Zealand and Poland. Her classes have attracted up to 120 people in venues like Southport Sharks, Southport Bowls Club and William Duncan State School. She has also taught at workshops across Australia, in New Zealand, China and Florida, US. She is passionate about helping people get back in touch with themselves and embrace their power. “The hardest thing is for people to believe they are loved,” she said. “Your angels and spirit guides are there for you to help with your problems. You need to take charge of your own life – stand up and say I’m not copping this. People will respect you more.” She also advises that people avoid toxic medications that are often being given out by pharmacies as their bodies are decaying – causing stress and health problems. “It’s time for people to take responsibility,” she said. “We are in the Age of Aquarius now, good people will rise and have a voice.” Liz will run a two and a half day Awakening the World retreat at Stacey’s At the Gap, on the Cunningham Highway towards Warwick, on April 3-5 and July 31 to August 2, 2015. For more details or to book, call 0411 602 974.