Yoga Talk

Australian Bushfire Crisis 2020

Australia is currently experiencing unprecedented bushfires – which can impact a person’s mental health. That’s where Mental Health First Aid comes in. The smells, sights and sounds of bushfires can trigger traumatic reactions in people who might be vulnerable. Signs of trauma Following a bushfire or traumatic disaster, you may notice physical, emotional or behavioural […]

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Why choose natural rubber yoga mats?

Greetings from Ubud, Bali’s home of yoga shala’s! We’ve been over here for a few weeks now, taking a break from normal Melbourne life, reflecting and of course practising at studios in downtown Ubud. We travelled here with only carry on luggage and therefore were unable to pack our mats. Thus, we have been using […]

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Where is the sense of community?

We all too often hear of stories of lack of community, lack of face-to-face conversation and interactions among yoga communities. It seems that we’ve lost our way a little. Gone are the days where we have a community, we have a sense of belonging and talk to those next to us. Instead we spend our […]

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Advanced Yogis Don’t Need Yoga Props!

Yoga Props! Over the past couple of years, we’ve witnessed a growth in yoga selfies, with endless amounts of ‘advanced’ yoga pose images shared on Instagram. Such as, arm balances, inversions, and what sometimes appears to be inhuman demonstrations of flexibility. Now and then we see foundation poses like Warrior II or Triangle…Though we rarely […]

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30 Things to Consider

Self-care, what an important aspect of life that we often forego. We get too caught up in the day to day life, other people’s drama or forget to take time out. Yoga is a great way to take time out for yourself, but here is a list of other things to consider addressing. Not accepting […]

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Yoga, is it just a form of exercise?

The practice of yoga is an art and science, dedicated to creating a union between body, mind, and spirit. Yoga has grown in popularity in the west immensely since the 80s. Yoga’s objective is to assist the practitioner in using the breath and body to foster an awareness of ourselves as individualised beings intimately connected […]

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Karma Yoga

It’s that time of the year, we give, receive and try and spend time with loved ones. Normally, we would spend our time in Melbourne, volunteering on Christmas day at a local not-for-profit providing social support to those who otherwise would spend Christmas alone.  This year, we’re off to Bali (taking our Banjaara yoga mat […]

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Yoga Etiquette – Get on your yoga mat! 

Yoga Etiquette – Get on your yoga mat! Like starting anything new, it takes time to learn etiquette, behaviors and what’s expected. Yoga is no different. Yoga comes with its own etiquette. Arriving to class –  It’s really important to arrive on time, or at least 10 minutes before class. There’s nothing worse than people […]

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Wholesale Eco-Yoga Mats – Natural Rubber

Wholesale Eco Yoga Mats We’re super excited to be able to offer our lovely Banjaara eco yoga mats at wholesale prices.  Our natural rubber eco yoga mats and 100% eco-friendly, recyclable, durable and ethically manufactured. Just like The Well Bondi, join one of the many stockist and studios around Australia who have invested in high-quality […]

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Why spend so much on a yoga mat?

Why spend so much on a yoga mat? I guess people often question, “Why would I spend so much on a yoga mat?  I can get one for $15 at Kmart”.  Of course, it is a personal choice as to how much one would like to spend on yoga props.  I too was one of […]

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