Tony Gibson on October 6th, 2020

Well it is wonderful weather in the spring for walking and last week I was able to join a friend for a walk in the Glass House Mountains. We experienced the Trackyte Circuit which included walking the circumference of Mount Tibrogargan with wildflowers, shady fern filled gullies and views to the surrounding mountains. This is […]

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Tony Gibson on September 29th, 2020

The JobKeeper Payment continues for a further six months until 28 March 2021. This payment targets support to those businesses and not-for-profits who continue to be significantly impacted by the Coronavirus. Unfortunately many people have not been able to get JobKeeper and jobs have disappeared in areas like tourism and hospitality. These payments will gradually […]

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Tony Gibson on September 11th, 2020

I enjoy travelling to the Darling Downs and Granite Belt in spring getting out of the big cities . We recently stopped off at the wonderful Japanese Gardens in Toowoomba with the cherry blossoms blooming. Also, the wildflowers were at their most intense and beautiful in Girraween National Park with the streams flowing through the […]

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Tony Gibson on June 19th, 2020

We are blessed to enjoy creatures in nature like the White Bellied Sea Eagle that we find along the Maroochy River and our coastline. I was fortunate to see several sea eagles, an elegant sea snake and eastern yellow robin in just a normal week enjoying the spirit of our country. Also, last Friday, walking […]

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Tony Gibson on April 23rd, 2020

Well it has been a remarkable couple of weeks with neighbours getting out on the kerbside to have a chat at the close of the day and everyone sharing a greeting when they capture another human being in sight. As people escape the confines of the four walls of their homes, connect on the internet […]

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I will be utilising a video conferencing platform called ZOOM (note other apps include Jitsi Meet+) I have paid for the pro version of ZOOM so we can go past 40 mins and up to 100 participants) To prepare for the session please read the following: 1/ set up a device which has camera and […]

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It is time to look at a holistic approach to ensure your immune system is working to keep you fit and well. At this time of the year the virus and flu season is nearly with us and both eastern and western medicine practices have much in common with suggested treatments. From Traditional Chinese Medicine […]

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Tony Gibson on March 29th, 2020

With the COVID -19 challenges I am following Yoga Australia and government authority guidelines and suspending face to face classes at present. There are now 3 FREE videos to access through our Facebook Oriental Yoga (Google search – www.facebook.com/SPIRIT.3H ) Visit and like the Facebook page and you will find: – one (1)  6 minute […]

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Tony Gibson on January 2nd, 2020

I love just waking early and hearing the chorus of native birds greeting the day and trying to just be in the moment. Every day is a good day we are alive and “today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday and all is well”. I believe trying to enjoy the unfolding opportunities and challenges […]

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Tony Gibson on October 18th, 2019

Oriental Yoga practice harnesses the power of the natural energy with visualisation techniques and exercises with nature in mind. You may not walk bare foot in the forest by a stream or on the beach but you can still connect to nature. In Oriental Yoga we can stretch away the stress and with your energy […]

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