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General yoga course, August – September 2014, Merriwa, NSW

The Merriwa School of Arts, NSW

The Merriwa School of Arts, NSW

7 Week Yoga Course, at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall, corner Bow Street / Mackenzie Street, Merriwa, NSW 2329 (opposite the Merriwa School of Art!) the Merriwa School of Art, Bow St, Merriwa, NSW. Please note that the location change applies for the rest of this course.

Sat 9 August – 20 September, 3.00-4.30pm. Read More →

Autumn equinox: Auto detox. Are you ready?

So summer draws to a close.

There’s a chill in the air. The evenings are longer. The energy changes.
We naturally start to become more contemplative as our bodies prepare for the cold dark days of winter. Our appetite begins to change to desiring warm filling meals rather than light ‘excitable’ salads and such.

autumn equinox

Equinox and solstices

When the student is ready, the guru appears!

2 years ago, on a yoga retreat, I was introduced to an awesome teacher who changed my life. Read More →

Oh Poor Addicted Me – a response

Raj's blog on Spiritual Nourishment - Oh Poor Addicted Me
Raj’s blog on Spiritual Nourishment – Oh Poor Addicted Me

Dear Raj,

you really see clearly and say it like it is. ( not always pretty, hey!)
We are addicted, individually, corporately, globally.

I used to think we are the problem, too. Read More →

‘And the thigh bone’s connected to the knee bone.’ (Part 3 of 11)

Basic Assumption 1
Bones. Stiff, dry, the basic building block of the body.

Start with a skeleton, add muscles, slip in the organs, cloak with skin. Voila! A human.

Thats what I was taught at school.
Thats how the encyclopedias showed it, with their funky acetates. Thats how it works, right?

Then I started teaching yoga.
What is it about yoga? Read More →