This article is dedicated to our sankalpa for August/ early Spring: to let go of pain/ emotions/ injuries- whatever we’ve been holding onto- that’s ultimately holding us back. What made me think of writing an article about confronting our pain was a practice I have been recently doing to let go of a “party injury!!:- […]
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Our very dear Saturday morning regular, Ruth Tofler-Riesel has started up such an exciting kids charity organisation that I am really proud to endorse it on our pages. Her programme is called Kids Giving Back. Here’s how she describes it.
I am a sucker for muesli cookies at cafes… they seem so healthy, yet deep inside I know they’re just a cake in the guise of a “health slice”. I have been cooking this oat slice for past few months which is equally as tasty, totally healthy … even fussy Mademoiselle 14 months, who refuses […]
Dini Martinez shares her top 10 ways to parent more eco friendly.
Because I’m a sweet tooth myself – and whilst the winter nights are still long – I have to start of this series with one of my favourite treats…
A Sequence to Ease Winter Shoulder Pain By the way- welcome to our brand new, well needed, blog category- Posture Sequencing. I get the feeling i am going to have to perfect the image attachments… so enjoy our first yoga therapy sequence blog post with images very poorly placed on the page!! I have been hearing […]
Winter is kapha season!! Our kapha element keeps us grounded, stable, strong, reliable, punctual, literal. Our joints stay lubricated and supple. Kapha helps us concentrate, meditate, stay unflustered. In a vata city like Sydney, where everything and everyone is stressing, on the go and in a rush from 6am onwards, there is need for more […]
If you’ve been following our chakra series over the last 7 newsletters, you will have read alot about opening the 7 chakras to reach enlightenment. Less is discussed about the 8th chakra– Bindu. Bindu means point or drop and is the original point of creation of the whole body. At a universal level, entire existence […]
Just thinking about our India Trip in July is making me excited about the food. I can’t go to India, or even an Indian Restaurant without ordering Palak Paneer- the divine curd like cheese served in a creamy spinach sauce. I have searched local Indian delis for paneer and am always told it “just sold […]
When i commenced my yoga journey in my early twenties (in the late nineties!!) I chose the vegetarian path. Not a healthy vegetarian path as I basically eliminated meat from my diet without learning about suitable protein and iron sources, but I was conscious of our connection to nature and wanted to do my bit […]
- Flying Yogis Meets the Acronuts- A fun acro Day raising money for 2 Children’s Charities.August 25, 2015 - 10:09 am
- Hummus- 3 Ways. Recipes Contributed By Shlomi AlmoslimosJune 10, 2015 - 2:15 pm
- How is yoga over 50 different (from other yoga)June 10, 2015 - 1:54 pm
- Pumpkin Bliss BallsFebruary 26, 2015 - 10:37 am
- Vegan Kale PestoJanuary 14, 2015 - 5:30 pm