Japanese and Australian family living in Tawantin, seeking a female student who can help with the household duties and looking after our lovely 1 year old twins in exchange for free accommodation and 2 meals (breakfast and dinner) a day. Need help approx. 2-3 hours (4-6pm) Mon-Fri, 5 hours on Wednesday. Total hours are 15 hours/week. Must be a Non Smoker. The is close to outlook shopping center and bus stop. Please Contact Akiko; 0421 156 496 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A few students gathered in rm 10 today for a lovely and relaxing pranayama and meditation session. We worked through some breath awareness using Sum Vritti (equal breathing) to begin the practice. We followed with Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing) which enabled our bodies to be gently guided into Dhyana (meditation). With a good hour of pranayama and mediation followed by a warm cup of green tea, the students left the room experiencing some of the qualities of an enlightened state of being.
With some milder weather around it was a great time to celebrate Christmas just as the European’s do… but in our winter. The students gathered at Shades Wine Bar, for our Christmas in July party. They all received a free glass of champagne on arrival and grabbed themselves some yummy Christmas food. Brianna organised ‘guess that Christmas Movie’ game where photos were placed on the wall of different Christmas movies. Congratulations to Jin and Choi who won the competition. What a fun night for all 🙂 🙂
Our Cambridge First Certificate classes had a trial run at the FCE computer based exam today.
Cambridge teachers Phil and Sonia spent a happy training afternoon with their classes in the Cambridge Computer Suite. Good luck everyone with your exams on August 10th.
Anj’s amazing curry recipe has been a hidden secret for years! As my ancestors have travelled through Asia, each adding a secret ingredient each time, this recipe has been making for generations. Today, we revealed the secret recipe that is known as ‘the best curry in Noosa” some even say “best in Queensland”. The students had a chance to make the curry paste from scratch, adding in ‘secret ingredients’ and also chicken and veggies to create the master piece.