Wanderlust 108 is back! The world’s only mindful triathlon combines running, yoga and meditation, in your favourite local park. Come and celebrate mindfulness with us! Check the dates here or your event: Sydney April 8th , Mexico city April 30th, all other events. To learn more about Wanderlust, click here. Sigue aquí el blog en español. Advertisements
Sigrid is a passionate, devoted Vinyasa Yoga and Meditation teacher, and a Deep Tissue & Intuitive Balinese massage therapist, based in Sydney Australia. “If I had to pick one thing out of the innumerable benefits I have gotten from my yoga and meditation practice, it would definitely be the fact that it has helped me to develop a much better connection to myself.
There is no greater power than the power of the heART… “The healing and creative power of music, dance, yoga and meditation has an unspeakable power to transform the lives of vulnerable communities.” Sandra Morales, Heartdancers’s Funder and CEO. Heartdancers Charity was founded as a result of a project at Villawood detention centre, where music, dance, yoga and meditation were used as an effective bridge for Asylum Seekers to connect with their creativity, spirituality and life purpose.
It’s Mothers’ Day this weekend in many parts of the world (not in UK, so don’t worry, yours was in March!), which means it’s a time when we celebrate mothers everywhere and find ourselves thinking about the meaning of motherhood and how we’re doing at it! Motherhood is joyful, yet also hard work; it’s filled with triumphs, but also with massive fails; and really all we have to go on is what we learnt from our own mothers, what we learn from our friends and families and our own instincts (aka “winging it”) and what we learn along the way. We sometimes give ourselves a high five, and we sometimes feel like we’re letting the side down massively. Yes, motherhood is often an internal battle with our own maternal confidence! If you’ve ever wondered about your ability to be a mother, or, if you are already a mother, how you are doing, then you’ll definitely identify wtih Jacinta Tynan‘s new book, Mother Zen. Part memoir, part commentary and part manifesto on the ideas and philosophies …