The Gifts of Yoga

Last month we launched our first Yoga & Trekking Retreat in Nepal, a collaboration with Cass Doyle from The Space Karratha and Pilbara Goddess Retreat. We’ve had an amazing response from people, and more than half of our homestay packages have now been booked. As we continue to make preparations to ensure this retreat exceeds peoples’ expectations, I’ve found myself reflecting on the path that has led me here, the incredible gifts that yoga has brought into my life, and the lessons it continues to teach me.  

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10 Things No One Told You About Trekking In Nepal: Part 2

Last time I started to share with you the 10 Things No One Told You About Trekking in Nepal. It was a pretty in-depth view of some things I have learned during my time trekking and living in Nepal, so I thought it best to break it down into two separate posts. Today you can enjoy reading the final five tips I have to share, and start getting yourself ready for that trip of a lifetime!

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10 Things No One Told You About Trekking In Nepal: Part 1

When I decided to do my first trek in Nepal I spent a lot of time researching and preparing. I poured over itineraries, recommended packing lists, watched YouTube videos and started getting all of my gear together. I’ve learned a few things about how to prepare for that trekking trip, and a few things I never expected when I first set out. I’ll share them with you over the next couple of posts, in the hopes you might benefit when getting ready for your upcoming trip.

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Why We Believe Empowering Women Will Change The World

At Sahasi Mahila Treks we are truly inspired to guide women through a process of empowerment. It’s the whole reason I created the Women’s Empowerment Treks in Nepal and started Sahasi Mahila Treks. The actual story of how it all came about is something for another day, but today, I wanted to share with you WHY I feel called to do what we do.

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The 5 Greatest Lessons I Learned In 2018

As 2018 drew to an end, I naturally found myself reflecting on the year that had been. I’m not going to lie. It was a tough year. Both personally, and as a family, we had our ups and downs, and I wasn’t sure we were all going to make it on more than one occasion. I’m sure you can relate! But we did, and at the end of 2018 I couldn’t help but sit back and be grateful for all that had happened, and all that we have. Yes, I hated many moments in 2018, but if I’m going to be honest about it, it was also a pretty AMAZING year too!

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