Contributed by: Danielle Kirk
The what and why of effective altruism
Billed by its proponents as a better way of doing good, effective altruism is a highly analytical movement that’s shaking...
Ready to rewild your yoga practice? It’s time to return to nature: the original yoga studio
Yoga is about connecting body and mind, and realising that we’re one with Mother Nature, not separate from her. It’s...
5 inspiring yoga teachers share how they bring compassion to their life and practice
Compassion, or karuna as it’s known among yogis, is a key element of the spiritual path. Here, five yoga teachers...
What are sound baths? We take a look at sound healing
Sound medicine is an ancient practice shared by many cultures and now “sound baths” are hitting the mainstream.
Have you ever cooked with organ meats?
Would you cook organ meats? If you’re looking for bang-for-your-buck nourishment, they’re well worth learning to cook. We take a...
Will we continue to have the food we love in the future?
We’re a nation that loves food but how connected are we really to the source of our energy? And, amid...
Is 5 minutes enough to find bliss in your yogic practice?
Setting aside 5–10 minutes a day for a yogic practice can help you to sow the seeds of bliss so...
Our 4 favourite wellness apps
Smartphones can be portals to greater stress — or, through wise app choices, you can use them to enhance your...
Can you find inner peace in just three days?
Is a three-day yoga retreat long enough for relaxation and reconnection? We put it to the test.
Have you tried fermenting? Find out its benefits on your gut health.
Foods that bubble and squeak (in a good way) are doing time in grocery stores, cafes and Instagram feeds around...
Learn the art of cheese making
Good cheese is delicious and, as we find out, the process behind it is quite magical.
What is the Hoffman Process?
We experience the Hoffman Process, a little known but fascinating personal development program.
Meet the founder of ecostore, Malcolm Rands
From long-haired hippie to eco entrepreneur, Malcolm Rands has had quite the journey. We find out more.
Would you do No Poo?
Forgoing shampoo may seem like the choice of a radical few but the No Poo movement means more than just...
What is the future of farming?
We investigate how farmers can produce enough food to feed the swelling population in a way that benefits the Earth,...
Are fake tans all that?
While natural beauty is our ideal, a special occasion or summer holiday may call for a sun-kissed look without the...
Discover gorgeous Gaia
We chat with Gregg Cave, co-owner of Gaia Retreat & Spa along with Ruth Kalnin, Olivia Newton-John and Warwick Evans.
A Q&A with the founder of Eco Bird
Danielle Smith, the founder of Australian online eco-fashion store Eco Bird, offers an ethical alternative to fashion as usual.
Discover New Zealand's South Island
New Zealand’s South Island’s wild landscapes, excellent food and wine and straight-up locals make it a destination to put at...
Eco luxury in New Zealand
At the top of New Zealand’s South Island, we discover an eco-lodge with a reputation for luxury.
A Q&A with the founder of Food Connect
We chat to former dairy farmer Robert Pekin about his food box business Food Connect.
A Q&A with the founder of ecostore
We chat to Malcolm Rands, the founder of ecostore, about his chemical-free home and beauty products.
I found true north at the Gawler Foundation
WellBeing attends a three-day Set Your Compass retreat to discover ways to connect with the inner self.
Are far-infrared saunas really all that?
Have you tried an infrared sauna? We test them out.