Many people give to charities all year round but perhaps Christmas is the time when we’re feeling even more in a charitable spirit. Now here’s a gift idea that will bring a […]
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.
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I struggle with postures that are part of literally every yoga class (sigh…). Granted, I can do a headstand, handstand, forearm balance, I can jump back into plank from crow pose… And […]
“The days are long, but the years are short.” That’s a quote I came across recently and it makes so much sense. It’s similar to this one: “Isn’t it funny how day […]
The variety of English spoken around the world is truly mind-boggling. After seven years in the UK I was rather baffled to find that Australians, very casually, asked me about my ‘thongs’ […]
Even if no other type of meditation has worked for you, chances are that this one will: Trataka is a powerful meditation and cleansing technique – and it’s so simple and straightforward […]
Every year in autumn, Indians are celebrating Diwali, or Deepavali, by lighting earthen lamps and distributing sweets. Firecrackers are part of it, too. So what’s it all about? The “festival of lights” […]
We’ve all come across them, even if just in the virtual world: People who follow their passion and live their dream. Some even do so in Bali – honestly, that’s a bit […]
I’ve always been intrigued by Mala Beads, wherever I’ve come across them – be it at an ashram where they were used for ceremonies, carried around by swamis, or sold at the […]
I had considered doing some kind of cleanse for a while but couldn’t quite find the right thing. Most juice cleansing regimen seemed really full-on, and I’ve been terribly struggling with not getting […]
Every day, I take a walk by the sea. And every day, I cross paths with this man and his dog. The dog has only three legs – one of the hind […]
Don’t get me wrong – we love going to the farmer’s market. We love buying fresh, organic and seasonal fruit and veg. It’s in line with ayurvedic principles, tastes better because first […]
No one knows exactly how old yoga is. I’ve recently seen images of wall paintings showing Egyptians in poses that look strangely similar to upward bow, dating back to 1180 B.C. There are […]
If you’ve been doing yoga for a while, you may have come across the concept of ‘ahimsa’. It means non-injury, but it goes beyond not causing harm to other human beings – it’s […]
Yes, it’s about to happen, and my body kept up amazingly well with my yoga practice over the past nine months. I feel extremely blessed to have been mobile until the very […]
Whenever I relocate, one of my main goals is to buy locally produced food. But only recently it dawned on me that this endeavour never reached my kitchen cupboard – which is stuffed with superfoods: […]