A woman’s moon cycle is a beautiful thing. It provides the opportunity for a monthly detox and an inward journey. I lost my periods for over two years. I began my cycle at a young age and was always very regular with… Read More

Mornings are sacred. Ayurveda (the sister science of yoga) teaches many beautiful rituals which I have loved incorporating into my life. This is not a stress and not something you ‘should’ do, it’s advice which you may choose to take on board… Read More

‘Burning Man isn’t your usual festival. It’s a vibrant participatory metropolis generated by its citizens.’ … And I’d have to wholeheartedly agree. Burning man is not an event you go to; it’s an event you create, you and your fellow burners. This… Read More

While in Byron, I was reading this amazing book on Ayurveda that comes from the institute in the area. It’s a study book that I became quite obsessed with because it was so good! One of my favourite things in there was… Read More

A little while ago I posted on yoga for anxiety which involves nourishing, forward bends. This post is somewhat opposite. Each of our bodies call for different things at different times and the practice of yoga strengthens our awareness of our needs…. Read More

The word ‘fasting’ comes with many connotations. Modern, western concepts are usually in the context of weight loss, creating the idea that you’re in a ‘bad’ place which can be solved with a quick fix. This presents the process of fasting as… Read More

Over the past few years, anxiety has become part of my life. What was once an emotion I actually couldn’t comprehend, become one I was all too familiar with. I now know more about this phenomena and that it affects so many… Read More

I usually always post on a Thursday but I wanted to post this Tuesday as it’s a new moon tonight. This is a special time when people naturally become more introverted, perhaps feeling more tired and more like saying at home, relaxing…. Read More

February brought the completion of my level 2, 300 hour yoga teacher training, then a three week holiday to follow, and so I took my opportunity to explore this wonderful country more. When I first arrived in Australia, I spent three week… Read More

I’m so lucky to have the wonderful Byron farmers markets every week. Unfortunately it’s on one of the days I study but I go out of my way to get there and make it work by either getting up really early, riding… Read More