From the Melbourne Cup to the ancient Mongolian festival of Nadaam, horse racing has a long history deeply rooted in cultural identity. This heritage and societal association has made it difficult to implement changes that protect the welfare of animals and their riders.
From a distance many of us have watched bewildered, by the unconscionable war against the Ukraine. From this inhumane act has risen the indomitable spirit and solidarity of the people—a humanity that persists defiant of dominance.
Kim Cullen explores the spirit of the Ukrainian people, providing insight into the cultivation of courage under fire.
In this article author and teacher of the Alexander Technique, Richard Brennan shares techniques for improving posture and natural breathing rhythms to ease common lifestyle and habitual respiratory problems.