For the past three months, we have lived a few minutes walk from the beach in a quiet village in Bali. I can’t quite describe how simple life is here, and how luxurious that feels. We awake with the early dawn light, and try to “sand-ify” our feet before the sun is high as it […]
BaliSpirit Festival is one of South East Asia’s biggest annual yoga, dance and music festivals. The goal of the BaliSpirit Festival is to awaken and nourish each individual’s potential for positive change within, leading to a greater positive change in our homes, in our communities and around the world.
A life changing yoga and surf retreat in Bali, Indonesia with pioneering global yogis and surfers Eoin Finn and Insiya Rasiwala-Finn. Heal your body, mind and heart and experience bliss on ocean waves and the waves of life.
Let’s get real. Life is amazing, beautiful and so over-stimulating. How can we stay healthy, vital, happy and find BALANCE, when all we are trying to do is tick off the boxes on our daily to-do lists? Are you tired of ricocheting from one extreme in your life to another? Do you want to take […]
There is an Arabic saying that the soul travels at the pace of a camel. While most of our self is led by the strict demands of timetables and diaries, our soul, the seat of the heart, trails nostalgically behind, burdened by the weight of memory. – Alain De Botton You could say that the paradox of modern […]
I love almond milk. I find it to be the perfect base for smoothies, to pour over home made granola and to use as a base in raw desserts and soups. However, I decided a few years ago that store bought almond milk just wasn’t cutting it. It was bland; when you drank it just by […]
I recently read Toronto based yoga teacher Matthew Remski’s essay on how modern yoga needs to offer “real” support and connection to its community at the yoga studio level – he calls it the “soup kitchen”-ing of yoga studios. It’s a brilliant, thought provoking essay and you can find it in the book 21st Century Yoga Politics […]
Whether you like malas for their spiritual symbolism or simply for their beauty, there’s a lot to these beaded garlands. Today, we look at the beautiful malas by Tiny Devotions, a cool Canadian company that is handcrafting these elegant necklaces.
Originally from Whistler, Canada, Christy Feaver is a yogi and jewelry creator, who calls Bali home and it is here that she fashions her unique, striking designs, ranging from bracelets, earrings and necklaces that hint of sophisticated exoticism.