A night spent in the Purple Thistle—an artist run communal space in East Vancouver for youth to explore, play, and create together. Now closed after almost 15 years—although the space is changing hands, the spirit and projects launched out of the Thistle continue on. Thank you for nurturing our collective creativity.Read More
If you live in Vancouver and you love good food you have probably visited Bandidas on Commercial Drive - a plant-based Mexican Taqueria with a big heart, a predisposition for giving back to the community and a genuinely mindful way of going about their business.Read More
While fighting off frost & the recent cold sweeping over Vancouver we wandered into The American on Main St. (formerly the Electric Owl) and were greeted by festive site of talented Vancouver artists showcasing their work and selling their goods to those looking for something special to fill their stockings with.Read More
Introducing the concept of seva into our daily lives. It is a selfless service in which we do the work that needs to be done, regardless of whether or not it is something we would want or like to be doing. Through performing our devotional service with a true & humble heart, we begin our path towards living in yoga - in union. Experiencing the oneness within everything through the practice of love & devotion.Read More
You may not have heard of Agnes Water & 1770, these twin coastal towns are sometimes left off of the list of places you must visit as you make your way along Australia's east coast - perhaps that is one of the reasons that make this area is so special. Situated in Central Queensland, this region is known as the Discovery Coast - marking Captain Cook's first contact with the state. Agnes Water is also home to the most northerly surf beach on the east coast - a beautiful place to get your fill of surf before the start of the reef.
Upon arriving in Victoria after months spent in remote areas of the country, we was itching to explore the city of Melbourne - a place known for its vibrant arts & cafe culture.
Naturally we headed straight to Fitzroy - arguably the most creative and eclectic part of the city. This area has been described as the inner-city mecca for Melbourne’s alternative scene and it’s no surprise why.Read More