Recipe: Orange Almond Cake

Orange almond is a gluten free favourite, and if you’ve tried the High Aspirations offering before you know it’s moist and delicious! Something to whip up for a Sunday afternoon, perhaps… Orange Almond Cake Photo shows Kel’s version made with coconut sugar and served with passion fruit, strawberries and hazelnut ice cream 😉
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Meditation Challenge

Once we get the hang of yoga for shaking out the body and releasing stress, we start to talk about going ‘deep’ into the self and layers of being. If you’re looking for a way to do this on a daily basis, here you go! You know we have 1440 minutes in every day. If you can spare two lots of 10 minutes to connect a little deeper first thing in the morning and last thing at night you will feel a difference. If you are not already making time to sit in stillness and honour the highest part of
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Categories: Meditation.

Taking Yoga Off the Mat

It’s with great pleasure that we share with you this week a great photo of Judy taking yoga off the mat and onto the board on the Blackwood River in Augusta. Judy is a wonderful advocate for taking yoga off the mat as she so often demonstrates when we are on retreat together. Always up for some yoga in the bush, and in any weather, Judy brings her sense of adventure to her yoga practice wherever she goes. Keep it up Judy, you’re inspirational 🙂  
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Noticing the freely given gifts

  The art of slow living is noticing the gifts given freely to us everyday. For Mother’s Day this year Kelly and Rolf have me a box of tulip bulbs, my favourite flowers. Kelly and I shared the experience of planting these bulbs in my front garden and getting our hands in the dirt as we planted and blessed the bulbs being lovingly placed in the earth. Imagine my delight on the first day of spring last week when I noticed the first bulb had opened up to reveal its beauty. I received many gifts in that moment: – The
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Australian Organic Awareness Month

Did you know that September is Australian Organic Awareness Month? The campaign aims to spread the important values of certified organic across all industries including food, beverages, skincare, cosmetics, textiles, cleaning products, garden products and even pet food. The values include: • Non GMO • Free to range • Biodiversity friendly • Sustainably fished • Socially responsible • Pasture fed and of course grown free from harsh synthetic pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics and added hormones.     Five Benefits of Choosing Certified Organic: 1. Good for the soil – Organic systems rely on a modern and scientific understanding of ecology and
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