Mazana Abraham | Courage, Creativity, & Healing through Colour
Mazana Abraham is hands down the most inspiring “Zoomer” (Gen Z human) I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. Artist, life-lover, and sexual assault survivor; her story of ho
Dr Lisa Miller | The Awakened Brain
Ohhh where to start…I first heard of Dr Lisa Miller when a friend (thank you, Kate!) shared a podcast that Lisa was a guest on. Halfway through that podcast I went out and bought
Yoga Is Not My Life
“Let your practice be a celebration of life” — Seido Lee deBarro I’m just back from a weekend away with my beautiful family, our three adult children, their partn
Casey Conroy | Wellness without the Bullsh*t
I met Casey Conroy during my very first months living in Australia and was captivated by her bright spirit and intelligence. She was a bright-eyed university student at the time an
Pete Longworth | Just Start!
I first met Pete Longworth through a mutual friend here in Brisbane, and was immediately captivated by his story of how yoga had enhanced his ability to do what he did through his
Scott Lewicki | The Playground of Science and Mysticism
My friend Scott Lewicki is not only a supremely gifted yoga teacher, he’s a rocket scientist who has worked in NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory for most of his career. In this
Terry Hansen | Playing the Game With Joy
Terry Hansen is a comedian, top-rated breakfast radio host, devoted husband and father, and an all-around top bloke. His passion for looking for what IS possible in any situation i
Most Mondays when I want to write, I go for a long walk with Boo, and the ideas flow. But today, no flow. This latest round with the Pandemic has set me on my side a bit, and I hav
Svadhyaya: Know Thyself
In Ancient Greece, in the heart of the city of Delphi, stood the Temple of Apollo. It was home to the Oracle: A woman, who it was believed, could answer any question given to her.
Is Attachment Really The Source of All Suffering?
“Attachment is the cause of all suffering.” I hear this ancient teaching quoted often by yoga teachers, and the first thing that comes to mind is “What about my child