All in community
To stay well and healthy in this industry, particularly when travelling to markets where tasting and drinking is part of the job, is not easy, as it requires restraint, mindfulness of environment, body awareness, and knowledge of self. <<click image to read more>>
In August 2016 I was ready to give up my studio yoga practice. Rising personal expenses no longer allowed what seemed a luxury, and austerity measures were overdue. At that time an email arrived for a 14-day #YogaThon challenge - the prize being six months of unlimited practice at any YogaTree or YogaWorks. Existing work commitments had me scheduled to travel 50% of that time, so it was a long shot. Taking the leap, I decided to rearrange my schedule, raincheck social plans, and do anything to see what was possible.
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I have been developing a food project in my personal time for the last four years, looking at women and their relationship to food, from the farmers, to the cooks, those with abundance, deprivation, food security and cultural connection.
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Being "seen" was something I struggled with growing up. Mum tells stories of how in my early years we would go to a party or family gathering, and I would be the one standing back, wary of people and my surrounds, and seemingly preferring my own company than others.