Deer-Lightful: a yoga story, awakening to our light within

Deer-Lightful: a yoga story, awakening to our light within

I met Yuti McLean during a one month stay at the Gondwana Sanctuary, an intentional Osho community set up in the mid-eighties just north of Byron Bay in Australia. One evening at the community dinner, Yuti showed me a beautiful children’s book she had illustrated that had just been released. I was struck by the… Continue Reading




INTERVIEW: Sound Healer Swami Arun, Bali

INTERVIEW: Sound Healer Swami Arun, Bali

I interviewed Swami Arun, who is a sound healer working with Tibetan bowls and gongs who has been giving classes and sessions at The Yoga Barn in Bali for the past ten years. He currently offers four classes a week as well as private sessions and teacher trainings. Continue Reading




INTERVIEW: Nanice Ellis, Author, Speaker and Healer

INTERVIEW: Nanice Ellis, Author, Speaker and Healer

Last week I was fortunate to interview Nanice Ellis, an author, speaker and healer based in Utah in the US. Nanice has recently written a book called ‘Is there a White Elephant in your way’ which I found very illuminating, and so was inspired to interview her. We talked about Self-Love, and how transforming your… Continue Reading




INTERVIEW: Lisa Levine, Arvigo® certified practitioner, healer and global yogi

INTERVIEW: Lisa Levine, Arvigo® certified practitioner, healer and global yogi

I met Lisa firstly because she was a participant in our second Your Fab Yoga Life e-course. She wanted to get clarity on her path as an independent massage therapist and also as a traveller, and someone who at the moment has three home bases (Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand). I wanted to interview Lisa to find out more about her story as a long term ‘global citizen’ and world traveller and as a massage therapist and yogi as well as an English teacher to Vietnamese kids, and to discover more about this fascinating and somewhat mysterious (to me, at least) Mayan stomach massage called ‘Arvigo Therapy.’ Continue Reading