Pop Up Yoga is All About Enrolment

Pop Up Yoga is All About Enrolment

Pop Up Yoga  Pop Up Yoga is the sort of yoga that might turn up in your local park or at the beach, especially as the weather warms up in Australia.  I went to a pop up kind of event at Flynn’s Beach, Port Macquarie, this morning. It was partly organised by the...
The Case for Joining Yoga Associations

The Case for Joining Yoga Associations

Beware of the preface, ‘Back when I was a girl’. Or, boy, or youngster. What is about to follow this phrase is likely to be a thinly disguised judgment about the way things are going to hell now. Life used to be simpler, the air was cleaner, and people...
Communal Living and Another 15 Minutes of Fame

Communal Living and Another 15 Minutes of Fame

When it comes to community, humans need quantity. We need copious amounts of engagement. When we engage with others, our neurotransmitters light up and a happy ‘cocktail’ of hormones floods our systems. Healthy social interaction boosts our energy, moods,...
The Disciplined Yogi Sticks to the Program

The Disciplined Yogi Sticks to the Program

At present, early in the season, it’s hot and sultry. I feel lazy. I don’t want to do anything except lie in my hammock, dozing off with an unchallenging book. Returning from a long overseas winter holiday has done nothing to improve my discipline....
Yoga Shed Classes on through the School Holidays

Yoga Shed Classes on through the School Holidays

The Yoga Shed… These are the days of artisan foods and organic clothing, and all manner of things that promote a simple, healthy lifestyle. But yoga is and always has been one of the simplest organic activities we can do for our total well-being. Yoga is as...
Yoga and Age: Do Yoga Practitioners Get Old?

Yoga and Age: Do Yoga Practitioners Get Old?

Inquiring into ‘old-hood’ I wanted to explore the question ‘does yoga helps thwart some of the effects of ageing?’. So I asked my octogenarian friend Collyn Rivers* if he would write a guest post on the topic. Some of you might remember Collyn...