Kathy Gaudiosi is a certified Japanese Ki Yoga Teacher who teaches two classes a week at the Little Branches Big Trees studio in Corrimal. She believes in sharing the benefits… read more →
The following I wrote in response to the frustration I was feeling in regards to the myriad of selfies that I saw coming up on my feed. I honour the people participating and I know that their hearts are in the right place, however I feel the awareness has been raised and now it’s time to shift to the conversation that we are not having.
Hayfever can make Spring a less than enjoyable time of the year as you experience runny noses, itchy, puffy eyes, constant sneezing and fatigue. Conventional treatments can have less than desirable side effects of their own. We take a look at foods to help keep boost your immune system and keep hay fever at bay, as well as the role homeopathy can play in long-term treatment.
Yoga is not just for adults, babies and toddlers have just as much to gain from the ancient practice as the rest of us. Children learn so much from their parents, so when we lead hectic lives it’s just as important to spend valuable time teaching and participating in relaxation exercies with you child as a bonding experience and also as a valuable foundation for life.
On Saturday the 17th November 2012 Little Branches Big Trees was lucky enough to host a Wholefood Cooking Workshop with Angie Cowen of Angie Gluten Free. Check out this blog post to read all about the day and see the photos of our beautiful wholefood feast.