Choosing a class is tough, and then finding an awesome class at a time slot that works for you is almost a small miracle. I’m the first one guilty: I tend to […]
I’m a travel & wellness journalist and yoga guide publisher with over 15 years experience in the publishing industry. Having lived in 6 countries on 3 continents, I currently enjoy life in Melbourne and soak up inspiring ideas in mind-boggling India.
Here you’ll find stories that inspire and empower you to live, and not just exist. Because it’s all about finding out what you really want to do with this life.
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~ Andrea Leber
I’ve had a long stretch where I was just feeling depleted even though I had made it only halfway through the day. No matter how health-conscious I was trying to be, the afternoons only advanced […]
I’m sure you’ve read about it – 192 countries are taking part in International Yoga Day this Sunday, with 35,000 people gathering in Delhi alone to practise yoga (the government thinks this […]
I’m a quote collector – I need lists of quotes to go back to when I feel down, uninspired or need to change my mind – and I thought I’d share a few […]
It seems there’s a new trend: Make it through my class, without quitting, and you’re good. And no, this time we’re not talking about hot yoga. We’re talking about a new trend […]
I’m always very reluctant to click on links to articles that promise to achieve something out of this world if only I was eating this or that wonder food, or if only I […]
What really intrigues me with WordPress is that you can see what people put into Google to find you. Strangely enough, many readers find this site after googling ‘can I stretch my […]
When was the last time you did one thing? I know it sounds silly, but really – when did you do one thing, without adding a secondary activity? Can you remember? I […]
There’s a study (sponsored by the American Council on Exercise and published in the Gundersen Medical Journal) that showed practicing yoga in a hot room “can raise internal temperatures and heart rates to levels […]
When we move into a new home we think carefully about how to arrange furniture, plants and pictures. We think about colours, textures, light settings and angles – is this a nice […]
In the end, yoga is a very lonely pursuit. No one can really advise you on “how” to do yoga. However, when you start, the opposite seems to be true. There are […]
I’m grinding my teeth. I had no idea that I was doing it until my last check up at the dentist. She simply said: “Oh I can see your teeth are pretty […]
I’m a qualified yoga teacher and I’ve done a prenatal yoga teaching course. I taught many yoga classes – but not one single prenatal class. And I’m so glad I didn’t. Why? It’s […]
I moved from London to Melbourne – with two suitcases. I’d like to think it was because I was brave. Or because I’m firmly rooted in the yogic practice of not being attached […]
This post will start with babies and bamboo (I know, bear with me) but will lead onto yoga, eventually. A very thoughtful friend offered a stack of bamboo tissues to us after our […]