How can we be of spiritual service to each other and planet Earth right now?

Join former journalist and TV presenter, author and activist Sarah Wilson, and Rachael Coopes for an intimate “in conversation” to find out.

About Sarah:

Sarah Wilson is a former journalist and TV presenter, author and activist. She wrote the New York Times bestsellers I Quit Sugar and First, We Make the Beast Beautiful, which Mark Manson described as “the best book on living with anxiety that I’ve ever read”. She is the author of another 11 cookbooks that sell in 52 countries.

Previously she was editor of Cosmopolitan Australia, host of Masterchef Australia and founder of the largest wellness website in Australia, IQuitSugar.com. In May 2018, Sarah closed the business and gave all money to charity. She now builds and enables charity projects that “engage humans with each other” and campaigns on mental health and climate issues.

Sarah lives minimally, rides a hand-built bike and is known for travelling the world for eight years with one bag.

About Rachael:

Rachael Coopes is a Play School presenter, mother, yogi, and story teller. Her heart lies in the act of creating content, across many forms, that shares the stories of young people in a playful, authentic and meaningful way.

Passionate about collaborating and connecting, she believes we should thrive not survive. Rachael loves the conscious act of making, and empowering people to find their joy.

Practice with Rachael live and online, and connect with her on instagram.

Tune in with Sarah at sarahwilson.com, and connect with her on instagram.

Rachael Coopes Teacher Trainer, Yoga Teacher

Rachael is a yoga teacher, Play School presenter, mother, and story teller. Her heart lies in the act of “creating”, across many forms, sharing stories and yoga philosophy in a playful, authentic and meaningful way.

In her 20 year career as a story-teller, she has written, directed, produced and performed in film, tv and theatre in Australia, the UK and US. She's danced on the Play School stage for thousands of ecstatic toddlers, developed engaging television for kids, and written award-winning theatre for the complex brains of teenagers.

Over the past decade, she's shared the movement and philosophy of yoga with urban yogis, explored the incredible stories of young people in remote NT, and used the creative to inspire and educate leaders in the corporate space.

Passionate about collaborating and connecting, she believes we should THRIVE, not survive. She loves the conscious act of making, and empowering people to find their joy.

Rachael’s background in movement spans 25 years, firstly as a rhythmic gymnast and later studying French physical theatre in Paris at L’Ecole Philippe Gaulier. She has completed over 800 hours of certification under the guidance of Jessica Stickler as well as the 300 hour Jivamukti, 200 hour Samadhi and 30 hour Samadhi Prenatal Teacher Trainings. Recently she completed the Maty Ezraty 100 Hour The Heart of a Teacher Yoga Teacher Training. She continues to study with beloved teacher Manorama D'Alvia, who constantly leads her down the rabbit hole of yoga philosophy in the most profound and joyous way.

Her classes are a creative exploration into the philosophy and psychology of yoga. Rachael is eternally grateful to all her teachers, especially Mary Ezraty, Manorama, Sharon Gannon, David Life, Yogeswari, Katie Manitsas, Jessica Stickler, Eileen Hall, Bianca Machliss and Katie Agnew.

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Sarah Wilson Sarah Wilson is a former journalist and TV presenter, author and activist. She wrote the New York Times bestsellers I Quit Sugar and First, We Make the Beast Beautiful, which Mark Manson described as… VIEW PROFILE