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By Gina Macauley on Friday, 24 February 2012

Last Saturday Janet Lowndes and I ran our fourth Mindful Yoga day at Atisha Centre.
The weather was perfect.
The location was blissful.
The participants were extraordinary.





 
By Gina Macauley on Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Is your house cluttered with ‘stuff’, what about your mind?

 


By Gina Macauley on Thursday, 2 February 2012
I am super SUPER excited to finally be able to tell you about Paul's retreat in Bendigo at the beautiful Atisha Centre.




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"Once you let go of your insecurities and inhibitions and immerse yourself in the practice, yoga takes you on an extremely powerful journey. Yoga becomes so much more than just a physical process. It can help you mentally, emotionally and spiritually.”
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