Stacey finds her home in Proserpine
ORIGINALLY from down south, Stacey Mickelborough feels she was destined to live in Proserpine.
It’s hard to argue the point too, with June marking 11 years since she made the move.
“I drove through probably about four years earlier (before moving) and I never knew Airlie and Proserpine existed,” she said.
“There’s something about Proserpine; it was just a little bit of a calling I guess.”
She’s seen her fair share of the world as well, having visited such places as Puerto Rico, New Zealand, Vanuatu and Peru just to name a few.
“Places that generally have volcanos and earthquakes of some kind,” she laughed.
“I think its part of me because with my work – medita- tion, yoga and massage – it’s about shifting people and the planet’s shifting as well.”
Her next big adventure, however, is right here at home.
“That’s my next calling, to do more of Australia,” she said.
I do yoga, have a massage and go to the markets on a Saturday morning.
My favourite brekky place is Cafe One 3 or the Sidewalk Cafe.
It would have been a kid’s one, but it was a long time ago.
Owner Health Sanctuary. of Sacred Body and Lifestyle
To get a better work-life balance.
Be kind to each other.
LOVING SOUL: Stacey Mickelborough felt drawn to Proserpine and the Whitsundays. Photo: Rory Sheavils