“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”  ― Anais Nin

I invite you to join me delve into a world that goes beyond the surface, beyond pretty colours and shiny objects and distractions. Where saving the planet by firstly finding ourselves and our true calling is now a priority rather than a luxury.

From sewing gatherings to yoga discussions, where ‘yoga’ is not about who is the most flexible in Cobra pose, but rather about yoga for life, the food we eat, the relationships we keep and our ongoing daily practice.    

 

As women, we are here to unite and share our journeys together. 

 

A few years ago I attended the Mind Body Spirit Festival watching Rebecca Campbell (author of Light is the New Black) and something that struck me and stays with me is her opening speech which all focussed around:  “The Dalai Lama said ‘The world will be saved by the Western Woman’ at the Peace Conference in Canada, in 2009,  It was a call to action to women throughout the west.” This stays in my mind as I move forward and especially now that I feel more awakened than ever, we must do what we can to save our planet, and start by truly finding and being truthful with ourselves and our own calling.