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Yogini On A Plane

I wish I were one of those people. One of those people who travels like a pro; who deftly lies down in the middle aisle at 10,000 kms and gracefully stretches out into a cool Hanumanasana before dabbing lavender oil on their pulse points, wrapping their hand-painted linen scarf around their shoulders and drifting off into a state… Read More

Upside Down

Every day I throw myself against a wall. Not intentionally of course. Some days I prep well and align my shoulders and draw everything in that should be drawn in and float, float I’m telling you, up, up and away. Then I break that beautiful moment by thinking I don’t need this wall and fall… Read More

Five Things: Acupuncture

With Marise Henry Acupuncture -  The Point Acupuncture can help with most things, as it is a holistic health treatment. Whether it is treating pain-related issues, injury or on-going pain; women’s health issues such as painful, irregular or absent/heavy/non-stop periods; fertility concerns and IVF support; wellbeing issues such as stress, anxiety, sleeplessness, depression, just not… Read More

Update – Five Bucks Fund

              In our first newsletter we featured yogi Veronica Shumack. She created the Five Bucks Fund to help rebuild in the Philippines after 2013's Typhoon Yolanda. You can read her story here and be impressed by her dedication to follow through on wanting to be a catalyst for change. We were… Read More

Five Things: Trilogy Skincare

                            With Corinne Morley, the in-house beauty expert for New Zealand natural skincare brand Trilogy -        The Hero Certified Organic Rosehip Oil is our hero product and signature ingredient. It’s also the base of our trademarked antioxidant complex, Rosapene™… Read More

Wanderlusting

I’m back from Wanderlust, that festival of festivals that has been soaked in all things yoga; given you a big spoon and said, dig in. That festival. Although it ran over four days I had a one-day pass that I used to fit in as much as possible and had myself an experience that was… Read More