Noah Maze | Crafting a Life
From living in ashrams as a young man to tenderly raising his children, Noah Maze is a true yogi for the real world...
Elena Brower | Softening Time
I can’t even remember the first time I met Elena Brower, presumably it was at an Anusara event way back in the day. But over the years we’ve become fast friends, sharing our lo
Jackson Lennan | Movement is Medicine
I first met Jackson when he was animal crawling across the floor at a gym where I was training, and I asked him what he was doing. That was 8 years ago and I’ve been working with
Christmas Restorative Yoga
The tradition lives on – Join me for my annual Christmas Restorative Class! The peak of the silly season is the perfect time to slow down and catch your breath, and what bett
Self Love: Selfish or Self Responsible?
Nine days ago, Layne and I were down just south of Coffs Harbour, Australia celebrating the wedding of our son Tim to Emma, who has felt like family for many years. It was a magica
Mark Breadner | Making The Invisible, Visible
Mark Breadner first encountered yoga as a 5-year-old in his rumpus room, where his mum taught some of the first classes in Australia. From there, to working with athletes like Ian
Is Yoga A Religion?
In the west, many people seek out yoga for its health benefits or in search of balance in a busy, stressful life. But no matter what your reason for starting, yoga can also be a
Claudia Perkins | Quietly Serving
I first met Claudia Perkins when she came to Brisbane to join one of the first yoga Immersions I taught in Australia. Since we first met, she left a job as an advisor to Julia Gill
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
Elana Robertson | The Space Between Being and Doing
Elana Robertson has had a remarkable journey that’s taken her from the insurance business to a week on Necker Island with Sir Richard Branson.