Educator & Ripple Effect Coordinator
When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be – Lao Tzu
Amber Cronin is a cross-disciplinary visual artist based on Kaurna Yerta, Adelaide. She considers her sculptural art practice as deep, ecological listening as the basis for better understanding our place in the world – much like her spiritual practice. Her yoga path began young, she found the practice balancing and restorative as a moody teen and her practice has continued to enrich and ground her journey since. She is deeply interested in the field of Spiritual Ecology and is passionate about sharing these teachings. Amber is an educator with Power Living Adelaide, and a powerful facilitator and mentor within the arts industry. Both her arts practice and yoga practice informs her love of connection through facilitation, physical awareness and deep self-inquiry.
What’s the best part of being part of the PLAY community?
I love to be a part of the stories of our community members. When people come through consistently, they bring parts of their worlds with them and over time my small glimpses of them grow as they too grow and evolve. It is a privilege to share worlds with so many incredible humans.
What is your favourite Asana posture? Why?
There is so much in simplicity, so Wide Legged Forward Fold – grounding and still big feelings.
What is your favourite sound?
The sound of the trees blown in the wind far away – I love to hear the sound move toward you rustling leaves along the way – time, space, distance, sound all working together. Nature is cool.