Author: Claire Chow

Rewilding our hearts

“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray.” ~ Rumi Coming home to our true nature and discovering our true self. We live in the age of disconnection. The frenetic pace of modern urban convenience living, fueled by screens, social media and work…
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Various object on a table and a handwritten note saying My Intensions

The Benefits of Intention Setting

Every goal we hold is in the hope that we will feel a certain way when we arrive there. And for many of us we aspire to reach a place of joy, love, freedom, and ease. And what better time of year to reflect and move forward with intention setting. Goals vs Intetentions: If we…
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What is meditation and how does it benefit us?

What is meditation?

For many of us the practice of meditation may conjure up images of the Buddha or a guru sitting in silence for hours on end. We imagine it to be extremely difficult, and far beyond our capacity. And we question how we can possibly fit this into our busy schedules with family, children, relationships, demanding…
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Woman with hands at hearts centre saying namaste during yin yoga

The magic of yin yoga

Yin yoga is a practice of stillness and patience. Yin is the more meditative counterpart to hatha or vinyasa, where we spend far more time breathing and cooling our system than we do moving and heating it. There is little to no physical effort required by our muscles and bones during a yin class, and…
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A personal account of a Living Flow Yoga Retreat

Living Flow Yoga Retreats

Creating some space A personal account by Stephanie Lewis I try to avoid Sydney peak hour traffic but mid last year I navigated my way through hairpin turns, through Galston Gorge to Wisemans Ferry. Not exactly a relaxing way to start the weekend, but what follows definitely was. And yes, it was worth the drive.…
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