A Yogafied Blog

Wholefood Pizza! Crispy Cauliflower Crust With Silver-beet & Mushrooms

Posted 29 May, 2015
Article 34
A simple recipe for a super healthy cauliflower based pizza inspired by The Petite Kitchen
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Release Your Resistance

Posted 5 May, 2015
Article 33
‘The Law of Attraction’ is a philosophical concept that ‘like attracts like’ and I believe after researching a lot on the subject that a regular yoga or meditation practise can help you fine tune your ability to wield this law to attract whatever in your life you would like to see more of.
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In The Beginning

Posted 12 April, 2015
Article 32
I took my first yoga class in Sydney at the start of 2008; I suppose because my practice has become my passion the memory unlike so many others is quite clear. My teacher Ingrid Gravenstein recommended that if you were new, you practice in the back row, so that you could look forward at the more experienced students and copy what they were doing. This suited me fine.
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A Wise Choice

Posted 9 March, 2015
Article 31
Having children is a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week job. Unless you're fabulously wealthy and then I suppose you could employ a nanny or two. But even then, in my experience of being a nanny, the buck still stops with the parents (mostly the mum!). Growing up my mum would often remind me to enjoy my single, not a care in the world life, that when the time came for me to have my own brats, I would learn the true meaning of self sacrifice.
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Posted 10 December, 2014
Article 28
‘The Abundant Series: Yoga + Kinesiology Workshops are a collaboration between myself and Kinesiologist, Clare Woodward. We decided to go with the subject of ‘Ex’s Frenimies and Woeful Moments: How to Let Go Of The Past Once And For All’ and as it works out nearly EVERYONE we spoke to had some kind of ‘stuff’ from the past they wished they could be rid of. Frenimies, literally cluttering up the wardrobe.
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Discovering Real Yoga in Byron

Posted 11 November, 2014
Article 27
I was warned before heading to Byron Bay that the place can ‘bring up your stuff’, rumors of the hills and countryside surrounding being filled with some prehistoric substance that draws people to the area where they can start the busy process of healing and letting go.

As a result the people you find in Byron are a varied bunch, German tourists with unsuitable surf boards, Sydney hipsters, wasters loading themselves up to get numb, friendly locals with sunshine smiles and a few true yogis, living their practice, shining the light.
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