One definition of "goddess" is: A greatly admired or adored woman.

These intelligent goddesses have teamed up to create a weekend of stillness, movement, creativity and nurturing to untangle the knots of the body and mind. A residential retreat to unite in  feminine wisdom and nurture soul's.

We've asked Cassandra Doyle, Kiah Twelftree, Jaclyn Nicholl and Beth Corps to give us some insight into what makes them tick and why they are so passionate about helping others reconnect with the environment and themselves.

1 :: For readers not familiar with you, can you give a little insight into your role?

Kiah Twelftree: I’m Kiah - doula and creative goddess doing some styling, facilitating creative workshops and part of the transformative theme behind the retreat.

Jackie Nicholl: Jackie Nicholl – owner/ operator of Cracker Jack Paddle Sports

Cas Doyle: I am Cass, a yogi and owner of The Space. 

Beth Corps: Founder and Original Owner and Director of Soul cafe Karratha, I have now let that go to be a Mama Goddess to 4 children under 3.5 years.  Since leaving Soul, I have been extensively studying and researching nutrition and how food is used to heal the body and fuel the mind.  This fascinates and excites me to no end.


2 :: You all have your own strengths and specialty areas. What inspired you to get together and create this gorgeous event?

Kiah: This is something that Cas dreamed up, and the collaboration formed organically. Really it is Cas who has formed the team that we are. The more that we plan for the retreat, the more excited I get, the more ideas come and I know this is just the start of something big :)

Jackie: All our businesses support local women in their journey to better health and wellbeing and it was the women of our region inspired us to create a retreat that was affordable and using our local collaboration. We already have what most retreats look for; exotic location, space, wilderness. Combined that with goddess team and you have a truly special retreat!

Cas: The concept was born out of a time of grief.  When I looked deep inside myself and tried to understand what it was that I needed to heal it became quite clear to me that in order to find balance and restore my mental health I needed to start being compassionate with myself again, and I needed to really learn to love who I was, without any exceptions.  In order for this to occur I realised that I needed my yoga practice more than ever, but I also needed to re-establish my self-care practices (which had slipped away) I needed to be creative and I needed lots of outdoor fun and adventure.  It just so happened that I have these amazing women in my life who could not only support me in that, but who could also come together so we can support other women to heal and change their view about themselves.

Beth: I believe Cas is the original Creative Brain Founder behind the Goddess Retreat.  I had been connecting with Cas and was getting little updates on the process of the retreat and hearing how it was unfolding.  I was super excited to hear it all and was always going to attend, then one night over dinner when Fervor came to town, Cas mentioned they were stuck on a caterer for the event.  The next day I contacted Cas and threw the idea at her that I could help… the rest has evolved very organically… just as she had intended and predicted.


3 :: What do you hope your goddesses take away from the retreat?

Kiah: Practising mindfulness, connection with their self, love and acceptance of themselves, a connection with their surroundings and nature, and a sense of passion for life and expression (creativity)

Jackie: I think every goddess on the retreat will take something different to enhance their life after. I personally hope they take away the confidence to get themselves outside and connecting with nature. To know how to tap into the ever-full cup of the beauty of our earth and use it to find peace and reflection.

Cas: To feel comfortable with thinking of themselves as a goddess.  To have tools to stay connected with their needs and desires.

Beth: Oh My GOSH!! I KNOW they will take away and be filled with so much internal Love and strength for self and for the amazing women who they will be surrounded by.  They will learn to nurture themselves, to be kind to themselves and to be filled with peace, harmony, creative inspiration, appreciation for nature and nourishment. 


4 :: Where do you retreat to when you need some space and clarity in your own life?

Kiah: I seek colour therapy - so I go somewhere with a view. The Pilbara has so much colour to offer. I’ll walk amongst the wildflowers, head to the beach at high tide, or make time to watch the sunset (I’ll be looking at what the clouds are doing, to see if they might enhance the sun set perfectly and if I think it is going to be unreal I’ll get up on the roof and watch it)

 Jackie: For me I need to get outside, emerged in nature. Surfing is my happy place, the movement of the waves and being so in tune with the rhythm of the earth.

Cas: Either my yoga mat or into salt water.

Beth: I love to be visually inspired by the wonder of nature or be internally harmonised by the sound of music. I love to drive with the music up loud, watch sunsets on the beach or simply listen to nothing and focus on breath in the serenity of my own home.


5 :: What is your favourite thing about women?

Jackie: Their ability to learn and grow. When I used to take university students on kayak expeditions this was really evident. The boys would muscle through the technical skill and never progress with their technique, the ladies would listen, practice and try to improve their skills every day. They would be rewarded in saving energy and high marks in Technical skill.

Cas: Women have an amazing ability to band together and support another woman in need.  I have been apart of support system both on the giving and receiving end. Women also have this amazing ability to look at someone they love and see their pain without needing to speak a word.

Beth: Their amazing ability to achieve so much and multi task so effortlessly. Paired with the maternal, nurturing instinct we carry and share with our children and each other.


6 :: Why did you choose Cossack as the venue for the retreat?

Cossack is this beautiful, characteristic and historical place that makes us feel calm, centred and alive all at the same time.  It also fitted our needs perfectly in that it is isolated from everyday life and connects us to the ocean and nature.


7 :: What is your favourite, to-live-by quote?

Kiah: This kind of changes every now and then. At the moment, it is
“Practise Love until you remember that you are love.”  (Swami sai premananda)

Jackie: “Never underestimate the power of positive praise” from an old sailing dog in Mexico. I live by this with my teachings and it’s power can achieve great things in individuals and groups

Cas: This can change from month to month, but for today my favourite is….“The mind is everything, what you think, you become.”

Beth: If it can be imagined, it is possible


Just for fun…

I just finished reading:

K: I never finish reading anything, I just skim read. Currently skim reading “Creating Brand Energy” by Cath Sutherland

J: I wish I had time to read more

C: Yin Yoga:  A quiet practice (I don’t read for fun – I escape to my mat not books :D)

B: Healthy Food, Healthy Gut, Happy Child

I’m always wearing:

K: something from Tara & the Tigress

J: board shorts

C: Birkenstocks or bare feet.

B: My Frankie Watch

I can’t resist eating:

K: Pure Produce Co spicy hommus

J: Pork crackle

C: Nectarines

B: My Raw Salted Caramel Slice 

Number one on my bucket list is:

K: to see the Northern lights

J: oh, there are so many, number one would be to paddle the Molokai between two Hawaiian Islands. It’s an ancient and wild ritual in Hawaii.

C: To create more freedom for my family (away from daily work) so that I can teach my son to work hard but not all the time.  Find a better balance!

B: I have a huge bucket list! NEXT on my bucket list is to become a yoga instructor

If I won lotto the first thing I’d do is:

K: replace my couch

J: Buy a boat that works

B: Pack up and travel around Australia with my husband and our tribe

Best keep secret in the Pilbara?

K: Autumn & Spring. The Winter is very popular, but autumn and spring are also super beautiful!

J: Our marine environment. I have travelled to wild marine locations all over the world and we have the most incredible backyard. The biodiversity of the marine life is insane and still untouched by man.

C: Autumn on the islands.  I’m not sure if this is the any kind of secret but it’s what kept us here this year.  :D

B: The amount of wildlife which visits our waters every year through every season!!


Get the Feels

Limited places for the Pilbara Goddess Retreat are still available! Book your ticket here! 

If you miss out on a ticket, never fear, you can still have a lovely experience with these amazing women.

  • Get out for a stand-up paddle with Cracker Jack Paddle Sports (it truly is for everyone).
  • Feel the love with some amazing henna, learn about DoTerra, experience loving doula support with Mamatree.
  • Find your centre, flexibility and joy through yoga with The Space (also available to hire as a gorgeous venue).
  • Watch THE SPACE for upcoming Kids Yoga classes with Beth Corps sometime soon.


Ever wondered what it's like to run an empire? Have a peak inside the mind of Tanya Argent, the brains and heart behind empire6714.

Tanya is a firm believer in supporting small business, enjoying all the Pilbara has to offer and staying true to yourself. Her favourite things range from daily lists to wine. Now that's something we can all relate to! Read on to learn about what inspired her to open a cafe and her experiences along the way.

Tell us a little about yourself and your career.

My name is Tanya Argent.  I am a new mum to Acacia who is 7 months old.  I am on maternity leave from my full time job and I am also the owner of empire6714.  Yes, that means I opened empire6714, while working full time and being pregnant.  I think that means I like a challenge?  I am WA born and bred and grew up on a wheat and sheep farm in the small community of Lake Grace.  After leaving school I worked in the winemaking industry, making (and drinking) wine travelling around Australia and overseas. Six years ago, my partner and I moved to the Pilbara.  I guess you could say that in some way I have always been attached to food, fresh produce and things that just taste yummy!

Before empire6714, transitioning from working in the winemaking industry to a corporate role was one of the most difficult things I have done to date.  I had never really had to even do an interview before as my wine jobs were always landed by simply texting a mate.  I had to relearn how to apply for jobs and it was a difficult time for me.  Opening empire6714 of course is one of my biggest and challenging achievements to date. 

In my spare time, I play yoga. When I get time. And that is all.  So I would not say fitness fanatic although I daydream about it.  I do however love fishing.  Much to my partner’s dismay that’s ocean fishing, not so much barra fishing in a creek though.  Equal to being in the outdoors taking photos, I love coffee at a café and even more, wine at a wine bar.

I am also rather fond of Australian history and I am very pleased to see there is finally some work being done in the culture and tourism areas in the Pilbara.  I would like to see more preservation in Roebourne town and surrounding stations itself as there is so much history that sometimes I feel is overlooked.   Stations were the backbone of life up here outside of mining and I think a lot has been lost throughout the various mining booms.  For example, I am so happy that Whim Creek pub is open again!  Things like old pubs and the annual race meets are a part of WA history.


What prompted you to start your own business – empire6714?

It was an idea that formed over drinking red wine. The idea would not go away.  Even after more red wine!  I left the wine industry as I didn’t have the capital to set up my own label or brand and nor did I ever want to become a corporate winemaker.  In a way, I was always curious about owning my own business, but never thought it would actually happen.  Although café is a far cry away from pressing grapes and playing with ferments, the vibe, the tastes & the happiness it brings to people are alike.


What does a typical day look like to you?

BUSY. I wake up early and start with coffee or tea and breakfast.  Breakfast right now is actually Greedy Nanny’s Granola.  I was lucky to get a few bags at the last Dampier Markets and I am in love with the texture and flavours. I must have food or I will not function for the day!  If I am lucky to get time in before Acacia wakes for the day it’s a great opportunity for me to answer emails.  The majority of the rest of the day revolves around my list.  I always have a list of items to do.  Some items are more of a wish list, for when I get time, some are the important “must dos” for that day.  Being a little more sleep deprived than normal with Acacia, if I don’t write it down, I will likely forget about it.  Some days I go into the shop early (and score a second breakfast).  By the evening, I will try to get home before sunset and my goal is to go for a walk.  I just love the Pilbara sunsets. 


Working in your own business is never as easy as people first think – what’s been the hardest part of starting your own business?

Learning to take a step back from the operational side of the café was the best thing I did.  When I first opened I was in there before working at my “other” job, after work and weekends.  There was a haze between what “had” to be done and what was a “wish-list” item.  Reducing my “touch” hours allowed the staff to own their day to day activities and it allowed me to see the café business as a whole.  This meant I could make decisions objectively as opposed to reactively.  Yes, it is as equally important to support the team and be in the store and see if they need anything to improve their operations. But, as daunting as it was to walk away and focus on some background work it was the best thing I did.  Some of my “wish-list” items are even ticked off now!


It takes a lot of guts to launch your own business, do you have any advice for aspiring entrepreneurs?

Don’t do business with emotion.  By that I mean, yes I love empire6714.  I am super proud of the community that has been created within the walls and dearly love the impact it has had on our community.  What I mean is that you must recognise that what you love may not be to the taste of others and no matter how much you love it, it may not be your biggest seller.  You must emotionally detach yourself from this and make decisions to suit the business or your potential future business.  It sounds easy, but this can often be a challenge and can inhibit you from moving forward.  My motto is be true to yourself and don’t worry about what other people are doing or saying.


The food and beverages at empire6714 are always exciting, fresh and beautifully presented. Was setting a high standard of quality the top goal when you started planning your cafe? Is it difficult to maintain that standard due to the remote nature of our city?

Thank you for your kind words!  We have a great team and are super proud of their work.  Yes, setting a high standard was and still is one of the main goals.  And, sometimes sourcing specific products to put on the menu can be really difficult.  There has been a number of great recipes that we have come up with, but cannot source the critical element and have had to drop the item or modify it. 

I am very proud of the team we have at empire6714.  I do try to choose our team members carefully however through regular training and team meetings we have created an empire family.  I love working with our team and we choose people who are proud to work at empire.  Let’s face it, I love them all!


You stock some great products from small businesses. Is supporting other small business important to you? How do you select which products/brands to stock?

Supporting local is something that is very important to me.  Without local business you don’t really have a town to live in.  Even when I live in cities, I try to shop at local markets or local designers for gifts and accessories.  What I try to do is source products that are unique to Karratha.  Being the transient town that it is, we have great designers that come and go and I try to showcase their work from time to time.  I will then aim to contact other artists from WA before seeking interstate.   I have learned also that what I like, is often not what our customers like.  So, for me, it is about listening to our customers.


Just for fun…

Favourite coffee shop (yes it can be yours!)? Other than empire6714 I love going to my local, Hullabaloo. 

Favourite restaurant? With so many amazing venues in town, this one is really tough.  I love the gang at Vita, our neighbours.  Often I’ll be at empire working late and I can place an order for some yummy sliders and curries and the girls will bring them out the back for me to take home for dinner.  The sliders will never make it home to my partner though.

Favourite event? This is a tough one as there is so many up here!  Between the City Events Team, Wrapped Creations and many others we are really spoiled for choice. I really enjoyed Gossip Festival when it was on.  The REAF Music festival last year was fantastic with the Waifs and Ruben’s playing.  Marble Bar Cup is a MUST do.  Roebourne Cup is part of the history of the region.  Cossack Art Awards is mighty fine. The vibe at the recent REAF opening Launch Street Party was unreal. 

Favourite homewares/gift stores? Dunnart Picture Framing and gifts.  I love Donna’s beautiful work!

Best keep secret in the Pilbara? Sunsets.  You can be anywhere, even in the backyard taking photos with Acacia, the light at sunset up is truly amazing.  Backbeach, Hearsons, The Jabarua Trail or under the Palms are just some of my favourites.


Exclusive offer for the Karratha Collective Tribe!

Mention this editorial at empire6714 when you purchase a lunch menu item and get one another one for free!! Only until Friday November 18th.  


Move Your Body is passionate about educating and inspiring women to move their body and lead an active lifestyle for themselves and their family. 

They strongly believe that a healthy body comes in many different shapes and sizes, which is why they are dedicated to providing a large range of activewear to suit every body, no matter where you are at on your fitness journey or what stage of life you may be in. 

This month Move Your Body is holding an awesome event to inspire and educate women on their fitness journey. Keep reading below to learn more about this exciting event and to purchase your ticket before they run out. 


Hello! I’m Carol – Wife to Nick and Mum to Kooper and Lincoln. I am a qualified Personal Trainer, and the Founder of Move Your Body! I’m also a very enthusiastic netball player and beach lover.

I am a total fitness fanatic, I love everything about the health and fitness lifestyle from the movement side to good nutrition and even recovery. I love to spend time in the gym although I have to admit my workouts lately are a little less weights and a lot more of chasing children.

My career highlight I would have to say is where I am right now, I’m pretty proud of the direction the business has taken and how many lives we have been able to impact. My aspirations are for this to continue to grow and hopefully make a difference in the way women think about themselves and their body. For them to realise that healthy isn’t defined by a size.

There are a couple issues that I’m very passionate about – Autism, as this something very close to our heart and very prominent in our day to day lives. And also how important it is to live a healthier, more balanced lifestyle, and how to implement those changes into your everyday routine.



Women’s Health and Fitness has always been a passion of mine. When I was 15 I did work experience in one of the gyms in Perth and I noticed that it was very male dominated. Back then it was a bit of a theme that the gyms were for the guys that liked to lift a lot of weights and a lot of women felt uncomfortable going to the gym or being there at the same time as them.

My goal has always been to change this, to give women a place where they could feel comfortable working out to achieve their goals but as well as overcome their insecurities.  And then my mum studied to become a Personal Trainer and we spoke about what we would like to do ‘one day’ and the idea started to become a bit more real. We wanted to create an environment where all women – no matter their shape, size or fitness level could attend and receive the encouragement and knowledge they needed to improve their health. The way the business started though was an accident. We started running bootcamps on the weekend for the ladies down at the footy club – which then quickly took off and before we knew we were running classes almost every day of the week.

A relocation to Karratha made running the business a bit more challenging but we were then able to expand into a different market, activewear to suit every shape, every size and every body, motivating women further to live an active lifestyle.



In our house its definatley a life of organised chaos, so everything is generally well planned out the day before. My Children and I are early risers so our days are usually in full force before most people are even awake. I like to spend the first bit of the mornings packaging up orders from overnight, answering emails, and going over my to do list for the day.

My children have quite a few appointments throughout the week so our days are usually spent bouncing between them, the park and home. On the Weekends you will be generally find me at the Local markets with a ‘Pop Up’ shop or enjoying downtime with my family.

I like to do majority of my behind the scene business work at night time once the kids are in bed but like most who run a business from home, I always find myself saying throughout the day ‘I’ll just send a quick email’ or ‘I’m just going to quickly do this’ . Luckily my children are pretty on to this now and as soon as I’ve disappeared into the study they are quick to pull me back out.

Between my children’s appointments, running a business, wifely duties, mum duties, workouts, netball etc. it does becomes a bit of a juggling act. But well worth it!



The hardest part for me, was being patient.

When you first start your own business it generally takes a while for your business to take off and to build a name for yourself which can sometimes make you feel like you’re just not getting anywhere.

I regularly refer back to my business plan and make a list of short term goals that are going to help me achieve our long term goal. Persist and try to remember that nothing happens overnight.



The most rewarding part for me is the connections I’ve been able to make with our clients and our customers. To be a part of someone’s health and fitness journey, big or small, is special. I love to hear about their achievements and how far they’ve come, and if I can help in any way at all, even in the form of motivating them with beautiful activewear, I feel pretty lucky.

We have a lot happening at Move Your Body at the moment, it is exciting times. Look out for some new brands, new products and new sizes! You may even find us “popping up” in a new location!



My advice to anyone that is starting their own business, especially in the health and fitness industry is to find your ‘Why’ . What is it that sets you apart from the rest and what motivates you to do what you do.

My business course mentor said to me once, don’t go too big too soon. And make sure you stick to your business plan. This is something I have had to remind myself constantly.

But most of all, keep going! There will be times that it will seem all too hard, you will be exhausted and feel like you can’t possibly put anymore of yourself into the business, my advice is to remember why you started, shake yourself off and start again tomorrow.



It defiantly is going to be an action packed day.

September 17th, 9am-3pm at the Leisureplex. $79 per ticket – lunch included!

The Wellness day is for anyone that is lacking self-confidence, self-love or maybe just needs some guidance. It is for women that are just starting out on their fitness journey, it is for mums – new and experienced, it is even for the ‘super fit’ ladies looking to switch things up a bit. With so many inspiring health professionals and valuable information to take away with them, it will be a day you won’t want to miss.



Move Your Body, Pegy, Kyani, Mamatree, Red Rock Fitness, Yogetit – just to name a few.

The gift bags are a bit of an exciting bonus! You will find gift vouchers, free samples to take away with you, contact details for your local health and fitness experts & more.

We will also have some exciting prize packs to be won on the day too!







BEST KEEP SECRET IN THE PILBARA? TV Hill – my go to for some quiet time!





From Engineer to Business Coach, Kylah Morrison from Zest e-Biz has walked a different career path. She is passionate about empowering business excellence, but understands the importance of mindfulness in business. Kylah sat down with Karratha Collective to chat about her diverse career, Wiggle's dance parties and the awesome one day retreat she created to help you discover new tools to use every day to give you clarity on your direction in 2016.

Tell us a little about yourself and your career...

After completing a Master of Engineering Management at Canterbury Uni in NZ, I started my career working on offshore drilling rigs.

I meet my man in Perth and followed him to sunny Karratha, even though I vowed I’d never live in a small town again after growing up in a population of 20,000 people.

Now a mumma to two cheeky boys; one of which we travelled around South America with for 6mths when he was a baby. I’m also the founding president of the Karratha Toastmasters club and a board member for our local Chamber of Commerce, the KDCCI.

Passionate about business excellence and empowering peak performance, I help CEOs, entrepreneurial thinkers and community leaders get clarity and direction so they have more time and money to invest in kicking winning goals.

Don’t get me started on employee and customer engagement, and the need for more creativity and fun in business or you’ll never hear the end of it!

You’ll often find me practising yoga on Saturday mornings, enjoying a cuppa with good friends or hanging out with my wee family.


What prompted you to start your own business - Zest e-Biz?

As an engineer working in the resource industry, I felt trapped in a rat race I simply wasn’t passionate about.

Obsessed with reading professional development and business strategy books, yet unable to apply many of the concepts I read to my day job, I started a blog. In Sept 2011 I finally made the decision to back myself and launch Zest e-Biz part time. 

I didn’t have the balls to quit there and then. Instead I eased myself out of the corporate world by going on maternity leave and then resigning late 2012.

After that we went travelling for six months in South America with our first son when he was just seven months old. And on our return at the end of 2013, I started focusing more seriously on growing Zest e-Biz. 


What does a typical day look like for you?

With two little ones, I’ve found I’m a much happier mum and business owner when I don’t check my phone or email before 9am. Instead I try to focus on our morning routine eating breakfast together, getting housework out of the way early and planning our day.

I’m not perfect though. I often find myself glued to the computer in between building lego towers, baking muffins, or dancing to the Wiggles.

Thursdays and alternate Tuesdays are my ‘dedicated work days’ (if such a thing exists when you’re a mum). The boys both go to daycare on a Thursday, and the eldest on a Tuesday also.

Every alternate Tuesday arvo I chat on ABC radio about business on the WA Drive show. Leading up to that I’m usually gathering info and talking to local business owners, or clients, to ensure I’m covering the most current issues on air.

On Thursdays I usually have a couple of meetings one-on-one with coaching clients, unless I have a speaking gig, which often takes up a whole day. When I’m not ‘working’, I’m either hustling for more work, updating my website, blog or social media accounts or looking after the back end of business.

Being a big picture thinker, I tend to spend a bit more time on developing ideas rather than the completion side of things. But I keep telling myself it will all pay off in the long run! ;) After all, “you mustn’t be afraid to dream a little bigger darling”.


What is your most successful form of marketing?

Word of mouth is by far the most successful form of marketing for me. Joining our local Chamber of Commerce (KDCCI), founding the Karratha Toastmasters club and speaking on radio all significantly built my reputation and credibility around town as a business coach. 


If you could go back to the very start of your small business journey, what advice would you give yourself?

Back yourself and just do it. You’ll never get things ‘right’ before you start. So just start, get some runs on the board and then refine and pivot your business direction from there.

Get used to working tired. Murphy’s Law that whenever you have a big gig on, the kids will have a terrible night. That just what being in business with small children is all about.

Get out there and don’t be afraid to create long term connections through ‘networking’. Dedicate your energy to working out how you can best serve others and you’ll never have to do the hard sell.

Finally, do more of what gives you energy and lights your fire!


You've recently collaborated with Amanda Ewin from the Lilac Lounge to create a retreat, unique to the Pilbara, 'Manifesting Wellness & Direction'. What can people expect from this retreat?

Yes! We have another awesome day packed full of nourishment and fun activities to get after any big goals you may have in 2016!

Do you feel like you are always on the run?  No time for fun?  Not achieving what you’d like to?  Lacking balance? 

The retreat will take you on a journey to discover new tools to use every day to get clear on your direction for 2016.

• Using mindfulness in your everyday life with ease
• Setting intentions to create more time for the fun stuff
• Nurturing your strengths to unlock your peak potential
• Setting soulful goals that motivate and inspire you everyday
• Maintaining focus in our busy lives
• How to make better decisions using your core values
• Learning to say 'no' for more calm in your life
• Why nourishing yourself is the key to success in life

DATE:  Sat 21st Nov 2015
TIME: 10am - 5pm
VENUE: Point Samson Community Hall
INVESTMENT: $297 (incl. GST)
INCLUDED: A day full of nourishment (lunch too), a gorgeous workbook & loads of fun!


Is the 'Manifesting Wellness & Direction' retreat just for small business owners?

No. The ‘Manifesting Wellness & Direction’ retreat is for anyone looking to get clarity and direction around some big goals for 2016! Whether you work in the corporate world, for yourself, or you’re dreaming of that perfect job, this retreat will equip you for a year full of awesomeness. 


Just for fun...

Favourite coffee shop? Empire6714

Favourite restaurant? Bollywood

Favourite event? REAF - or anywhere that the MamaTree Van is!

Favourite homewares/gift stores? Empire6714

Best kept secret in the Pilbara? Lying on your back under the palms in Dampier.



Receive a FREE Get-Shit-Done notebook when you book your ticket to the

Manifesting Wellness & Direction retreat!