• White Tiger Qi Gong

    I am super excited to announce my relocation back to Australia, in the beautiful Byron Bay area, joining the team at Conscious Ground Kitchen to continue creating my yummy wholesome recipes with the organic produce grown on the farm. It is an absolute dream to be a part of such a wonderful project, focusing on how food is grown, cooked and served for optimum health and wellness to caring for the earth with sustainable and regenerative farming practices. After four years living in Ho Chi Minh City, it’s a welcomed and exciting change although I will definitely miss the local…

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  • White Tiger Qi Gong

    I completed my first 3 week intensive White Tiger Qi Gong teachers training in 5 Elements with Master Tevia Feng and am about to complete my second intensive training in 5 Animals . It was my first experience with Qi Gong and I didn’t know what to expect and understood that Qi Gong has been around for thousands of years to promote health, wellness and longevity with devotees around the world attributing their Qi Gong practice to their exceptional state of health and slowing down the effects of aging. Anything that has been around for that long must be worth trying out…

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  • It has been almost a year now since we moved to Vietnam with the kids. During this time we have spent a lot of it exploring new cafe’s and restaurants to eat. We discovered L’usine during our first month and it quickly became a favourite spot for me to bring my mac and spend all day there. It is easy to fall in love with this place with their industrial style fit out, beautiful warehouse ceilings, large windows and oh my amazing lunch menu. If you follow me on Facebook or instagram you will have seen my posts at L’usine and how much…

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  • Spring has finally arrived back home in Australia! While I sweat away during the monsoon season in Vietnam, my dad has started growing another batch of ginger at home. I really miss my dad’s backyard. Everything in the backyard is edible with mangoes, bananas, lychees, longans, apples, guavas, blueberries, mulberries, limes, pomelo’s, starfruit, papaya, tomatoes and an endless list of Vietnamese herbs, salads and so much more. Living self sustainably is something we always grew up with where ever we were. As a child I loved walking around the backyard and visiting each plant, checking on the blooms and fruit…

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