Kiddos. I just wanted to make sure you know about this competition: first prize is $1000 off your ticket to this year’s Bali Retreat! Click here for full details & to enter. Also, in case you missed it, a free download of some yoga quickies to keep you moving in the colder months… Happy [...]
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So I talk about sacroiliac joints loads in this blog. Largely because you ask loads of questions! If you are in Melbourne, and you want to learn more in person, perhaps you can join me for a workshop on 21 April to learn about the pelvis,the SI Joints, and stability? It will change EVERYTHING. [...]
I had a question from a reader the other day. Yes, you may be noticing a theme lately in that all my blog posts are answers to questions I figure it’s really a rather solid idea to give people info they are interested in, rather than random stuff I think you might like. That’d be [...]
I had an email from a reader called Chris the other day. He was wondering what the bounds of an appropriate teacher-student relationship might be. He’s also given me permission to publish our conversation: I am new to yoga, but does one have to be spiritually inclined to be a yogi? I am an atheist, [...]
This blog post is in answer to a question from a reader, Shinaz. I’ve excerpted bits of our email correspondence for you, with her permission. Hi Nadine. I read something that you wrote about yoga being bad long term for people with SIJ problems. I have suffered a lot with that since the birth of [...]
I will be joining Michelle McGrath and Melissa Ambrosini for a Day of Self Love in Sydney on March 24 – if you’d like to join us too (go on you know you would) booking details are here. Mel was kind enough to do a little interview with me, sharing her story – read on! [...]
The other day, I was having a conversation with a group of students – all wonderful, empowered women. I really admired their honesty when they told me that – almost to a one – they’d not started making any real provision for their retirement yet. One half joked that she was hoping some kind relative [...]
It’s true. Squatting can actually make your knees SAFER and STRONGER. Your hip joints too. And your upper back, and your digestion… I stole this from the crossfit people, because it’s funny: Read the full article on the awesomeness of squats over at mm…Yoga! today.
They have stocktake, and they couldn’t move it. Disappointing! But you can still get your yoga on at home, or in the park. Some great home practice ideas here. And here. And some restorative yoga here. Have a great week.
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