Dhyana Muir has many strings to her how, she teaches yoga, is a talented painter, makes jewellery, runs wellness retreats, and is also a photographer and writer. In this article Dhyana tells us how following her heart as led to wonderful things on the Coromandel.
Mint Whitianga opened their new exhibition in true Coro style last Friday with good food, cool local brews and live music.
Local girl and Coromandel Goodness contributor Emma Darragh visits her favourite rainy day escape, Hot Waves Cafe. "Hot Waves is therapeutic. We are better for visiting this place; more connected, more relaxed, well-nourished and inspired by the peace it provides. Long may this slice of Coromandel Goodness last. We love it."
Living in Tairua has offered completely different inspiration to life in Auckland for artist Reina Cottier. “In Auckland I was making art in my garage. I tapped into something inside of me. Now I’m tapping into a whole new level. I am more in tune with the ocean, the bush and the mountains. It feels like I’m stepping into who I really am.”