“Every living being has a body, a mind, and a consciousness. To harmonize the body, the mind, and the soul is the art of yoga..” -- Radhanath Swami

Want to become a Yoga Teacher? Read this first.

(This is part 1 of 2 posts. See Part 2 here: A Guide To Yoga Teacher Training) There are no rose coloured lenses over this post. A post that has been a long time coming; that could perhaps be riddled with contradiction and controversy, inspiration and interrogation.... read more

A Guide To Yoga Teacher Training

(This is Part 2 of a two post series. Read part 1 here: Want To Become A Yoga Teacher? Read This First.) What are you seeking?  One of the most common enquiries I get in my inbox (if not the number 1), is to seek my advice on becoming a Yoga Teacher and what teacher... read more

Do Away With Overwhelm

Perhaps, for generations, it has always been the norm to feel busy. Yet, it feels like these days busy-ness has become a new way of living, a new habit, or even a new expectation or trend (aka. “the glorification of busy”). And like a drug or alcohol... read more

My Biggest Fear Of This Yoga Teaching Career

REFLECTIONS It’s wild to reflect back along this path, and to see where I’ve come from with regards to my health, my lifestyle, and my day to day living. My passions have evolved. My behaviors have matured. Yet despite the deep yearning I have to share... read more

Recipe: Ayurvedic Aloo Gobhi

Aloo = Potato / Gobhi = Cauliflower The two main ingredients of this delicious recipe are excellent choices for reducing both the Kapha and Pitta doshas. This makes the meal a great option for Winter and Spring time. However, the use of the spices ensures that this... read more

Recipe: Savoury Vegetable Poha

Poha is made from flattened dried rice, or rice flakes, and is often served in India as a breakfast meal from street vendors. During my travels up in Pushkar, Rajasthan, I start every day with a serving of fresh and healthy poha from a lovely, hard working young man.... read more

Recipe: Choc Ginger-Nut Ladoos

A ladoo (also spelled laddu and laddoo) is an Indian ball-shaped sweet, often served on special occasions and during festivities. They’re traditionally, or most commonly, made from ingredients such as besan flour, milk, ghee, jaggery, almonds, cardamom, and... read more

Recipe: Ayurvedic Masala Chai

Chai means tea. However, in the West the word chai refers to what in India is called Masala Chai. Masala is a mixture of spices. Therefore Masala Chai is black tea brewed with a mix of spices, and most often with cow’s milk, sugar, and of course water. If you... read more

Recipe: Spelt Anzac Biscuits

Originally called ‘Soldier’s Biscuits’, Anzac Biscuits are based on an old Scottish recipe, and were created to have a long shelf life – yet still contain good nutritional value for the Australian soldiers at war at the time. Wives and Mothers... read more

Why I Chose To Pose… Naked

To see you naked is to recall the Earth. — FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA, Casida de la Mujer Tendida At a time where the yoga ‘industry’ has become highly controversial, it seems we’re all still trying to ‘find ourselves’. Or, maybe what we... read more

Your SOULFUL Gift Guide For The Silly Season

If you’re reading this… …then you’ve got the desire to break out of the seasonal obligatory spending (usually on stuff for the sake of buying stuff), and you want to give spirit filled gifts that bring real beauty and joy. When Yoga and health... read more

Living In Alignment: Logo Love

This post comes rather spontaneously today. I felt an itch – an urge – earlier this year to expand on and explore what it is I truly stand for and how I could best represent that creatively through the online world. Needless to say, I’m still... read more