*POOF* went the vests

All the Yoga Will Save the World vests have sold out.

One is in France being worn by an artist sitting in French cafes drawing. One is winging it’s way to the sunny shores of Australia to be worn a dancing lady with three of the most gorgeous children. 2 boxes of vests and hoodies have hopped over the channel to prance down the Champs Elysees. In London along the shores of the Thames you may see them on an actress, on rowers and coxes, on a writer who goes by the name of Panther, on crazy London cyclists and on that girl running like a greyhound around Richmond Park.

Thank you to everyone.

I am getting the next vests to Yoga Will save the World HQ pronto. I decided to pick the design that was ‘loved’ by that dancing mum who was the first to order off the YWSTW online shop. It’s going to look a little something like this:

The honourable Sally by Sally

Hello, I’m Sally Whelan

Most of my days I pretend that I have a number of jobs, when really, I just lounge about on the beach in Byron Bay all day limbering up in a very yogic fashion and collecting bugs for my next jewellery collection….

If I’m feeling naughty I love to eat copious amounts of liquorice and listen to Madelene Peroux, while lounging around in the nude.

If I’m feeling nice I love to cook ridiculous amounts of healthy food for my friends.

Once upon a moment I went to my yoga class and I thought I wonder if anyone has ever broken their nose during chaturanga dandasana

One time, during alfresco yoga the wind changed and I was stuck in jumping mouse pose for a couple of days. That will teach me.

One day, when I rule the world and it is law to eat liquorice and liquorice flavoured anything all the live long day I will also be able to perform a graceful hand stand without my childhood fear of my shoulders collapsing

When you speak to me of yoga matters please refer to me by my yoga super hero name of The honourable Sally by Sally – Jeweller, Collector, hoarder of all things colourful and fabricy…..

If I have one piece of yoga advice for you it’s this: Do not compare yourself to anyone else, whether it be in a yoga class, or a clarinet class……its just too messy to let your mind go there and you’ll never get back alive….. be wonky and beautiful…..x