Tony Gibson on April 6th, 2021

The mind is an instrument and there is a job to do. In COVID times the mind has been challenged to do its job with much anxiety and fear present. There has been much focus on mental health by health authorities, however in the alternate therapies space yoga has a significant part to play in […]

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Tony Gibson on February 8th, 2021

In Oriental Yoga the connection to the universal and earthly energies is clear as the impact of the sun and the phases of the moon on our wellbeing is understood. The Lunar New Year is celebrated by about twenty percent of the population on the Earth that is not only China but across Asia and […]

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Tony Gibson on January 28th, 2021

This Australia Day weekend was quieter with Australian flags appearing outside houses in our streets. There were few official celebrations in the community with COVID and Australian indigenous people seeing 26 January as a sad survival day. I think it is important to celebrate a national day and it was interesting while travelling in India […]

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Tony Gibson on January 14th, 2021

Last Sunday the trees were bending and flexing with the strong wind and rain and the waves were pounding on the beach. This had persisted for days and this is often the experience in our wet and windy summer weather here on the Sunshine Coast. Considering the recent dramatic changes like COVID lockdowns in Greater […]

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Tony Gibson on January 1st, 2021

Be gentle with yourself, you’re doing the best you can. Connect to the calm and harmony in nature to support your healing. Flow like a river and live with compassion, kindness and forgiveness. Oriental Yoga classes resume 4 January, 2021 Namaste Tony

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Tony Gibson on December 24th, 2020

Waking up early last Sunday morning at Marcoola with the golden rays of light just starting to touch the top of the trees and the twitter of birds, I felt all was well with the world. I remembered that today was the day I worried about yesterday. Being on the doorstep of 2021 we should […]

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Tony Gibson on December 7th, 2020

I love an early morning explore in the Mount Gul’um (Mount Coolum) National Park so last Sunday I traversed lowland and mountain sections of the park before breakfast. The steps up the mountain section early morning had yet to become crowded and there was an opportunity to stop and take in the vistas. We had […]

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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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