What does the New Year bring……….

Dhirata Yoga in Forster and Pacific Palms

Hi, here is a quick blog to share my thoughts on moving into the New Year, 2014!


To start with Happy New Year and may you find your feet, the palms of your hands, your sit bones and your inner space!


Now is a great time to put into place the changes you want to see in your life and the world around you, through personal resolves and perfecting the art of San Kalpa, through mindful living and eating, through clean green practices across your life. 


I have been wondering what I could do to make entering and journeying through 2014 a positive experience not only for myself but for my family, friends and those I spend my treasured time with, in class, at retreats and trekking :) As most of you know I don’t mind engaging into conversations about health, wellbeing, yoga, life, love and laughing, actually almost anything :) So this year those conversations are going online and here are a few ways that you can follow my thoughts………….


I resolve to write a bit on my blog, now that I have started one, at least once a week.


Facebook, mmmmmmm well maybe I can just post up some interesting ideas and promote some thinking that unfolds into action.


Through Instagram, you can see my life :) and those that share it with me.


Added to the August and November Retreats there is an extra Retreat this year in March, which will be based on stillness, silence and inner reverence. A perfect way to shed light and insight into your world. It will also include some yummy food and of course some heart songs through kirtan.


This year I am offering 2 Yoga Treks in Nepal; Mustang in May and Annapurna in October. Explore your adventurous side and deepen your yoga practice as we travel the path of love in Nepal.


I love to create happy and peaceful vibes and opportunities and I invite you to join me this year on an amazing journey as we create the space we want to be in…….inside and out :)




I recognise the continuous and deep connection to Country, of Aboriginal people as the First Nations peoples of Australia.

In this way I respectfully acknowledge the Worimi people as the custodians of this land, sea and sky.

I pay tribute to the elders past and present as I also respect the collective ancestry that has bought us all here at this time.

It's a privilege to be present on Country. 

I hope that in some small way our work supports spiritual growth and in turn supports the

custodianship of this land, sea and sky. 


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