Yoga For Wintery, Windy Weather

Yoga For Wintery, Windy Weather

    Lovely views, wicked winds Years ago when we were planning our escape from Sydney, we wanted our new home to have a beautiful outlook. We bought a property on Mitchells Island and had our house built on the top of a rise. We’ve ended up with views: mountains...
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....
Politics, Opinions and Yoga Kindness

Politics, Opinions and Yoga Kindness

I need to write about kindness. I’m the type of individual that often needs to be reminded to be kind. Some people that I know are hard-wired for kindness in any situation. My dear housemate, Heather, comes to mind, as well as our friend Kerry. Unflappably kind....
Eve’s Yoga Workshop in Port Stephens

Eve’s Yoga Workshop in Port Stephens

  May you walk in beauty — Navaho prayer and blessing   In January of this year I taught a five-day immersion course for yogis with the theme of Beauty–living life beautifully. It occurred to me that the quality of beauty is a worthy one to strive for. And...
Yoga for Diabetics: Taking Charge

Yoga for Diabetics: Taking Charge

Yoga for the tough times One of the main benefits of practising yoga regularly is that yoga is there for you when life becomes difficult.  I especially noticed this years ago when I was diagnosed with osteoarthritis of my hips. I was told I would one day have to have...
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