Author: Amy Rose Sadubin

The craziest part about my yoga journey is that I never intentionally set out on a yogic path. Since my Mum was a yoga teacher whilst I was in high school, I shunned the practice growing up because it was what “Mum did.”   Finally, I succumbed to my...

Like it or loathe it, we’re in the middle of an ultra long-haul revolution. With an ever-increasing crop of flights launching that will see us spending upwards of 17 hours in the air, the days of a leg-stretching stopover could soon be numbered.   In the past few...

To take the words of Carl Jung; You are not what has happened to you. You are what you choose to become.   So let today be the first day of the rest of your life, let go of what is holding you back and do the...

The basic physiology of Roll & Release is that with repetitive use your muscles may start to hold excessive tension and fatigue in local sections of tissue.  You’ll be familiar with these as muscle “knots” in the muscles or “trigger-points” in physio-speak. On a zoomed in level,...

By Pete Longworth   Shooting with DJ Drez, Elena Brower, and her beloved James Benard [who just happens to be a world class creative director], is a privilege on any day. Put me in the midst of the Costa Rican jungle with them, and then walk me to a secluded beach at sunset...

By Duncan Peak   Asana practice these days has allowed (or inspired!) many things – from exercise physiology, dance, alternative medicines and the likes to corrode its original purpose of preparing the body for long sitting in meditation and opening pranic channels so the flow of higher...

By Duncan Peak   Personal trainers all over the world are adept at inspiring their cliental to go that extra mile, to lose a few extra calories, to look sharp, be sharp and now to think sharp! That’s right think sharp? Are personal trainers now psychoanalysts as...

By Duncan Peak   I can remember the days of football training when we would run onto the oval in the bitter cold nights, place one leg on top of the wire fence surrounding the oval, bounce a few times up and down and then think “Right,...

By Duncan Peak   Our language has the ability to change the energy of a room, to inspire a person, to console a friend and also to hurt and condemn people.   The words we choose and the energy we put behind them can be beneficial to others or...

Focus On: Detoxification – Springtime Is The Best Time   You are worthy of feeling (and looking) amazing – follow these three easy steps to a cleaner temple this spring.   If your body is your temple, then there are many people living in rather decrepit relics that could...