I often get asked how many days a week I practice ‘yoga’. I find this an odd question to respond to, and often my answer shocks most people, because a lot of the time my ‘practice’ isn’t solely mat based. Some weeks I practice physically 6 days, some 7, some 2 or 3. BUT Yoga is not just about the physical. It is not about how many chaturangas you can do, how long you can be upside down, how toned your biceps are, or how flexible your hips are. This is simply one limb of yoga, the asana side, you could skip this entirely and still be practicing ‘yoga’. The mental Continue reading “MY 21 MOST INSPIRING & FAVOURITE QUOTES ABOUT YOGA & LIFE” »
For most of you who attend yoga classes you’ll have noticed people wearing necklaces/malas made of beads and have perhaps wondered what these are. So I’m clearing this up for you today! Malas have been used for centuries in Buddhist and Hindu cultures, and are not just pieces of jewellery, but are spiritual objects used for meditation, mantra practice, healing, peace, enlightenment and protection. Anyone can wear mala beads, whether you meditate or not. Continue reading “EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO CARE FOR & HOW TO USE YOUR RUDRAKSHA MALA” »
Update: 4 Spaces Remaining!!
5 day / 4 night Yoga, Health, & Meditation Goddess Retreat near Byron Bay, NSW, Australia
I could not be more bursting with love and excitement for this. I have so much to share with you and this retreat will be the perfect way to get you feeling as amazing as you should. It will rejuvenate you, relax you, empower you, and leave you feeling so full of love and life. Spaces are limited to 9 people so jump on this now – especially perfect if your new years resolution is focused around getting healthy, fit, and happy in a positive, loving, and mindful way. Continue reading “YOGA, HEALTH, & MEDITATION GODDESS RETREAT NEAR BYRON BAY” »
It’s been just over a month since I’ve done any blogging, so I felt I should probably update you as to why. I initially went to Bali with the intention of writing every second day or at least twice a week. But what happened was very different. Continue reading “I FINALLY LEARNT TO COME HOME” »
Sometimes allowing a little time out for yourself to do what you love without any expectations, guilt, or pressures is exactly what you need in order to return to your “normal” life fully recharged. For me that was getting to visit my family and friends back in Oz. Because of this time to connect with others and the demands of everyday life, I am so fired up and buzzing with excitement for the rest of this year ahead.