Three ways to be more mindful this March

Find your zen, connect to nature and share gratitude this month.

Wellness Wednesdays at The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability

Take some time to breathe in nature and join one of the free, waterfront wellness classes that are taking place every Wednesday at The Coal Loader in Waverton. Choose from Pilates, Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditation and more, all conducted with stunning sunrise harbour views. Bookings are essential for these classes and they fill up fast! So head to the Coal Loader's social media for more info and to secure your place.


Get mindful with The Botanist Kirribilli

Neighbourhood favourite The Botanist has created a daily mindfulness calendar packed with techniques and tasks for you to complete throughout March. The venue is also hosting a special vegan dinner which focuses on wholefoods and has a month-long range of special non-alcoholic cocktails created in partnership with Lyre's as well as affirmations in the venue and a mindfulness box to share your thoughts and gratitudes. For more info and to get your printable mindfulness calendar, head to https://thebotanist.com.au/mindful-march/ or join The Botanist Mindful Club on the Applejack App. Simply enter the code MINDFULMARCH to access weekly affirmations and exclusive content.


Sydney Edible Garden Trail

Connect with nature and be inspired to create your own edible garden. Taking place on the 26th and 27th March, this annual trail runs throughout Sydney, with plenty of northside gardeners opening their gates to visitors and sharing their tips on how to grow tasty food in your own backyard. So if you’ve ever wondered just what’s involved in growing your own food or are interested in finding out more about keeping chickens, growing in drought conditions, crop swapping, native bees, worm farms, and more, there’ll be lots of local passionate gardeners ready to share their knowledge. All profits from the event go back into the community in the form of grants to local schools and community groups to support edible gardens. Head to https://sydneyediblegardentrail.com/ to find out more and book tickets.