Recipe: Divine Cherry Slice

Post by Kel Fox The divine cherry – I keep going to type ‘cheery’, perhaps a message as to its true name! – slice was served at last week’s events and here it is so you can make it at home! It’s a great time of year to do so as cherries come into season for us. Perhaps while making this slice, you might reflect on the long fascination humans have had for the rich stonefruit (which is, by the way, packed with nutritional value). I’ve included below a poem from the seventeenth century that suggests the ‘cherry ripe’ may
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Categories: Quotes.

Writing from the heart

A couple of weeks ago, I felt the need to escape my planned work day and get into the bush. I had been back from a yoga therapy training module for a few days and was having trouble settling back into the regular routine! When I am away on a training module as a student it is lovely to not have to organise anything other than turning up and participating in the training. I share a house with two very special friends and we have so much fun sharing our stories of life, sharing our experiences as yoga teachers and
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Categories: Sarah's Insights.

Yoga and Writing: Sharing my writing

A different theme for this blog post—thought I would share with you a piece of writing that I completed after one of our Yoga and Writing events. Just so happens I was in Balingup, the venue for our next Yoga and Writing event. This is the effect it had on me! Sitting on the grass under the shade of a white cedar. I’ve been nature bathing this weekend, soaking up the essence of the Earth and collecting delightful treasures: leaves, pine cones, grass tree seeds and acorns! My eyes have taken in the autumn colours from green to yellow, orange
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Categories: Sarah's Insights.