Back in October I heard a wonderful thing on the radio. The caller told listeners about how the first two letters of November are N and O – as in ‘NO’ – November was the month to say ‘no’ to everything so you don’t end up feeling too overloaded during December. I loved this idea of self-preservation so you maintain an ounce of dignity and elegancy and you don’t fall in an exhausted heap before the natural Christmas pause.
I have thought of that a lot in the past four weeks. And failed miserably Read more to understand how you don’t find balance, you create it, and for a shift in perspective In the flux of Christmas chaos
Blessings to you and yours for the season,
It’s my mum’s birthday this week. But since she has passed away it sadly marks another year without her. But because of this it feels like the perfect week to be hosting a wonderful event to bring motherless women together in the positive spirit of yoga to enjoy class, cuppa and cake. Just as I aim for each yoga practice I teach to be a celebration for my students of their body, mind and spirit, Transform is proud to host a special Sunday afternoon yoga class for women to connect with each other and to recognise and celebrate their own journeys onward since losing their mothers.
While grief and sadness come in different flavours, and while the textures vary though the years, motherless daughters can ‘get’ each other though this instantly deep connection so we’ll have tea and cake and conversation afterwards.
The cake part feels particularly perfect for me as I remember the fabulous birthday cakes my mumread more
We had a great family holiday in July and in an attempt to hold on to that lazy hazy holiday feeling, I have been trying to do a little less since I got back. It means turning down a few things, which goes against my default. I find saying no to things hard to do, especially when some of those things are fun and others I know will stretch me in a good way.
Read on for more and some inspirations by soccer players and jugglers !read more
Shared with us by our fabulous Reflexologist Linda Birch, this zesty and protein packed snack was a hit for my kids. It’s super easy to make and scrumptious! Click to read moreread more
Thanks everyone who came to help me celebrate my new book, the Modern Yoga Bible. You may have seen some of the photos on our Facebook page. And while you are there, do like us!!read more
A new year can seem to herald a lot of new things, and 2017 is no different. My latest book, The Modern Yoga Bible: The Definitive Guide To Yoga Today is being launched! I was asked by my publisher if I wanted to write another yoga book and, as yoga has moved on so much I thought a follow on from my, The Yoga Bible, would be a good idea. So, coming Feb 14 – how special – the publisher’s chose Valentine’s Day! – is the birth of my new book, The Modern Yoga Bible! You’ll be able to buy it online or at the studio.read more
Join us March 17th for the launch of Transform founder and teacher Christina’s latest book, the Modern Yoga Bible: The Definitive Guide to Yoga Today.
That Friday evening we’ll eat, drink and be merry. We will enjoy live music, beautiful art and a little reading from the book – I will try to keep that part short but there are a lot of you to thank (!!) We’re also offering free mini consults with the therapists from our clinic.read more
By Northern Beaches Nutritionist Sue Fisk
People think that as a nutritionist I must have wonderfully healthy children that will eat whatever ‘jam packed with wholesome goodness’ treat I put in front of them. If this was the case I would never have had the calling to make a career change to study nutrition. Believe me – I am very used to dealing with fussy children when it comes to food!
So what are the top 3 ideasread more
Ready to drop an old habit or embrace a new one? Your chances of success may depend on whether you’re being driven by your head or your heart. Here’s how to tell the difference, plus our top tips for bringing each of them into energetic alignment with your goals.read more