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
When all is said and done, the impacts of COVID-19 on relationships and mental health will prove to be far greater than its impacts on physical health (considerable as these are).
The great challenge facing developers today is how to build people-first places in a people-centred world.
As restrictions begin to ease across Australia, it’s easy to think that the trail has finally led us out of the woods. In reality, it’s a sharp turn and the path ahead has every possibility of being as dangerous as the place from which we’ve come.
B.I.G. stands for ‘Build In Good’ and it’s our unique approach to encourage every person that we meet to think about how they can build a little kindness, neighbourliness and ‘good’ into their lives.