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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

High Tea with the Yoga Girls

On Monday I travelled to a place called Jimboomba which is about an hour from where I live to meet up with my Yoga Friends. We decided to have High Tea as our Christmas celebration at a cute little place called "Cafe on Cusack". There are vintage items on the walls and it has a really lovely atmosphere with High Tea being served on vintage china and the food was beautiful and so reasonable as well. If you are ever out that way do yourself a favour and pop in for a coffee or lunch you won't be sorry.
The Gang's all here!
The beautiful china and food...YUM!
More Yum! Would you believe none of this interested me?? No! I didn't think so!
Myself and my gorgeous friend Helen who just happens to also be our Yoga teacher. Helen is a continuing inspiration to us all. She is also a wonderfully wise woman.
Needless to say a lovely time was had by all and we can't wait til next year to do it all again.
On the subject of Yoga. Another friend of mine has opened a Yoga Studio in Beenleigh for all you local bloggers and that's where I am headed today (hoping it will help before I eat all those rum balls).
When the new time table comes out I will post a link and some photos about it.
I know I sound like some crazy zealot but Yoga really does change your life for the better. If you are still breathing you can practice Yoga.
"We don't practice Yoga to become 'perfect'. We practice Yoga to make peace with our 'imperfections" and love ourselves for just who we are.
Blessings Michelle xx

12 comments:

  1. what a lovely post Michelle especially the end of it.ox

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  2. you do find the most lovely places to go to....
    Hugz

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  3. As it should be! I love this post, thanks for sharing it!
    Warmest Regards,
    Loretta xoxo

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  4. I'm so jealous. :) lol. The food looks so yummy. Hugs,

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  5. What a lovely combination of thoughts and pictures, Michelle. I noted especially the comments about Yoga. I used to go and loved it, but when things went haywire this year it sort of fell to the wayside. It really should have been the thing I most took care not to lose! I might just go and do a sun salutation and see how stiff I've become...

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  6. That looks like a lovely place!!

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  7. Yoga definately makes a difference in life - even if you only focus on the physical. I get cranky if I can't go to my yoga on Thursdays - I need to be good and do more at home while we have four weeks holiday over Christmas. Enjoy your new yoga class.

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  8. Your High Tea looked Gorgeous...Glad you had a Nice Time.Maybe we should put that place on our list for next year.LOL
    cheers
    xx

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  9. Looks like you all had a great time!! :) I have a couple of Yoga DVD's and feel so much better when I so them.. Need to make the time to get at it again! Enjoyed your post. :)

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  10. Hello Michelle,

    Oh the only thing missing amongst those beautiful cakes,cups and ladies is the fancy hats!!!
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  11. Only five minutes down the road and you could have popped in to see me Michelle. That cafe is great. Haven't had High Tea there though, must try it some time.

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  12. I tried yoga once . I was so uncoordinated I never did it again.

    That high tea looks perfect. Yummy goodies, great surrounding and fabulous company . I bet you had a ball!

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