Experience the healing powers of the Coromandel, a haven that is good for your soul. The Coro is a place where you can escape, get grounded and hear yourself think. Soak in the healing waters of the Lost Spring, elevate the vibe with beach yoga, enjoy fresh homegrown food, have a think about what really matters in life. At Coromandel Goodness we want to bring you some the collective wisdom and learnings of people who have chosen the Coromandel to live because it is good for the mind, body and soul. Whether you are a local or someone who looking to escape and find inspiration we’ll be talking new ideas, businesses, philiosophies, activites and people that are doing good things with Wellness. Enjoy.
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.
Just out from The Garden Shed’s one year birthday, we catch up with Greg Pilcher and talk plants, bees, surfing and collaboration. Good things are happening at the Garden Shed in fact its Coromandel Goodness to a T!
An in depth talk with one of the Coromandel's tourism pioneers and community leaders Glenn Leach. Glenn talk's about his passion for the Peninsula, about leadership, vision and our future.
Two Whangamata men are teaching the next generation important foundation values, through our national sport, Rugby.
Mental health and depression are becoming a much more talked about subject. Coromandel Goodness founder, Carl Muir, shares his learnings from his own struggles with depression and some useful tips he hopes might help others one day.
Today we launched a series of live videos talking to the people that make the Coromandel a special place to live, work and play.
Who better to talk to first than the visionary Alan Hopping from The Lost Spring.
“It felt like coming home,” was how Elle Pier described the first time she set sights on Pauanui mountain. A California native, she discovered yoga as a student at University of Santa Cruz and in 2005 completed her teacher training at the Nosara Yoga Institute in Costa Rica. It taught an interdisciplinary style, which she teaches in her new hometown, Pauanui Beach.
Meet Ashlee Strange; the born and bred beekeeper’s daughter from Tairua, who is soothing the skin of many with her homemade honey scented skincare.