by Caylie Warkentin
Mid-autumn rain has begun to fall, bringing verdant moss and lichen to life and washing away burnt pumpkin and maroon leaves long faded by summer's heat.
This month we were gifted the opportunity to share the value of our wellness beauty brand. We were featured in VITADaily, a Canadian lifestyle, beauty, and fashion magazine.
In the interview with VITA, our founder, Christina Louey, shares what it means to be a woman-owned brand, how we situate ourselves in the Vancouver community, and why we believe that our outer radiance begins with our inner wellness.
Wishing you warmth during our cooler days.
Yoga West on West 4th Avenue hosts candlelit yoga classes every Monday evening - a mindful way to bring gentle movement into your week. Yin yoga focuses on longer poses that seek to bring calm and healing to deeper connective tissues.
Find out more here.
Tickets are here.
A recent meander through Granville Island lead to the discovery of the studio of Amy Stewart, a Canadian abstract artist based in Vancouver whose art is influenced by the expansive landscapes of British Columbia and the swathes of colour that define these natural spaces.
Discover her art featured alongside other local artists at the
Eastside Culture Crawl.
Nov 17 - 20.
Locally Made Pottery
Hands on Clay Collective is a Victoria-based pottery studio. They craft earth-toned pottery and full-size mugs made for ample hot tea.
They also offer workshops so you can try your hand at crafting pottery!
Wild Rose Yarrow Bath Salts
Skwalwen Botanicals is a Squamish-based Indigenous-owned brand. They design face and body products in small-batch production and use ingredients they sustainably harvest by hand.
Their bath salts pair well with a hot bath on a cold November evening to create a deeply relaxing ritual.