You know that feeling of resisting a change, feeling disrupted and unsettled...? Well, that's me currently. But I also have an underlying sense of excitement and anticipation about what will happen next. Because I know change is the only thing that will also bring progress. What I am referring to is that fact that the beautiful space and yoga studio in Brookvale that has been my sanctuary and home-base from when I started Young Yogis about 5 years ago, is changing ownership a
I know I somehow manifested that knee injury last year and that I needed the lessons learned along the way of recovering. It was tough and ugly, far from graceful and self-compassionate most of the time. But it took me on the path of deeper self discovery and acceptance. The running was never a chore or a masking - From the very first time I put one foot in front of the other here on the trails of Australia (strangely I never did trail running in Sweden) I automatically star
Research suggests that young individuals are becoming more self-absorb and less connected to others... Research also shows that one of the keys to a meaningful and joyful life is feeling part of something bigger than ourselves!
In the upcoming YOGA & ART Workshop on Tuesday 24th + Wednesday 25th of January, THIS will be the topic, and Carly from Art&Co and myself have created a program that is designed to help the children develop empathy, positive relationships and culti
YOUNG YOGIS offers regular Family Yoga sessions to ensure it’s possible for everyone to have a go, and many families are reaping the rewards. Instructor Pia O’Connor believes the many positive values of yoga that support self-growth and encourage self-care, kindness and responsibility – are all wonderful basis for family life. “It’s very heart warming to see parents use yoga as a way to spend quality time with their children and teens. I love when dads come with their teenage