We could all do with a little bit more self-care in our lives. Some time out to take care of ourselves, especially when life can feel like a roller coaster ride. Kate is holding a monthly self-care workshop about stress, physical pain, personal wellbeing, and many more at the Little B.I.G. House. Read on to learn more!
Meet your Little B.I.G. Neighbour Deborah Warren, owner of local Summer Hill store, Hampton & French! Hampton & French are tackling the important issue of waste one piece of furniture at a time, upcycling beautiful pieces which still have purpose and value.
Earlier this week, I had the honour of representing the Little B.I.G. team at the official launch breakfast of Neighbour Day 2022 in Canberra. The buzz of excitement to be attending an actual in-person event seemed to energise everyone in the room, including the line-up of inspiring speakers. A perfect example of the positive impact a little human connection can have.
The Little B.I.G. Foundation is excited to announce our board for 2022-2023. A formidable team steering the Foundation through its first phase of creating happier, healthier and kinder communities in Australia.
Why not try a new type of exercise to keep you motivated as you continue to improve your physical and mental health? Alba runs Hypopressive classes in small groups at the Little B.I.G. House. Read on to learn more!
Ever paused to enjoy the sweet sound of classical music floating around the Flour Mill? Thank your Little B.I.G. Hosts, Suzanne and Val.
We chatted with Deanna from Yoga on Earth about all things yoga, community, travel plans, and Little B.I.G.
Alan runs a non-clinical Pop-up Safe Space at the Little B.I.G. House – a warm, welcoming environment open to anyone struggling with chronic loneliness or suicidality, or anyone who is feeling unsafe or in need of peer support.
We are pleased to at long last, open our doors at Summer Hill’s Little B.I.G. House. It’s a beautiful new shared space that’s perfect for wellbeing activities and all sorts of events.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created widespread isolation throughout our communities. People are feeling increasingly disconnected from not only their physical surroundings but also their social ties