The Art of Letting Go Yoga Retreat - Bungendore, NSW

Sun 9th May 9-11.30am

Autumn shows us that there is no need to hold onto old, dead leaves, the trees simply drop their leaves and, without anxiety, stand steady and exposed while attending to the inner work of nourishing the roots and trunk. As we mirror nature’s cycles; autumn is the ideal time for us to practice letting go.

Letting go means to move with the natural course and rhythm of life, which we humans so adeptly resist! Whilst change, we know, is inevitable we want the impermanent permanent and uncertain, certain.

In our attempt to cling, grip and grasp onto the way we think it should be, we add to the heartache and suffering we experience.

In this retreat we will explore change and non-attachment to shed, release and drop the old leaves, so we can direct our energy toward nourishing within.

Includes, movement through asana, breathing practices, meditation and a scrumptious morning tea.  $35

For more information call Christina on 0414 385 051

Bookings essential as numbers are limited.

The Art of Letting Go Yoga Retreat - Braidwood, NSW

Sun 16th May 9-11.30am

Autumn shows us that there is no need to hold onto old, dead leaves, the trees simply drop their leaves and, without anxiety, stand steady and exposed while attending to the inner work of nourishing the roots and trunk. As we mirror nature’s cycles; autumn is the ideal time for us to practice letting go.

Letting go means to move with the natural course and rhythm of life, which we humans so adeptly resist! Whilst change, we know, is inevitable we want the impermanent permanent and uncertain, certain.

In our attempt to cling, grip and grasp onto the way we think it should be, we add to the heartache and suffering we experience.

In this retreat we will explore change and non-attachment to shed, release and drop the old leaves, so we can direct our energy toward nourishing within.

Includes, movement through asana, breathing practices, meditation and a scrumptious morning tea.  $35

For more information call Christina on 0414 385 051

Bookings essential as numbers are limited.

Winter Solstice Yoga Retreat - Braidwood, NSW

Sun 13th June 9-11.30am

Do you ever feel like you’re always taking care of other people? Giving, giving, giving…and at the end of the week there is no time to give back to you! Ever feel like your mind just never stops and it’s this constant busy, demand and stress, it’s a challenge to just take a breath……
Well then this workshop is for you! Time to rejuvenate, restore and replenish your whole being.

W I N T E R = N U R T U R E

In yoga, and in astrology, the sun symbolizes the soul. The word “solstice,” in Latin, means sun standing still, so in a sense, we could say the soul stands still on the solstice.

Winter solstice has long been recognized as the first day of winter and is the shortest and darkest day of the year. While the winter season represents the Yin qualities of slowness, reflection, and receptivity, this solstice is the shortess day of the year and marks the cyclical return to sunlight.
Join me in this unique workshop to acknowledge the external and tune into the internal.
Includes movement, breathing practices, candle light meditation, yoga nidra and morning tea. $35

For more information call Christina on 0414 385 051

Bookings essential as numbers are limited.

Winter Solstice Yoga Retreat - Bungendore, NSW

Sun 20th June 9-11.30am

Do you ever feel like you’re always taking care of other people? Giving, giving, giving…and at the end of the week there is no time to give back to you! Ever feel like your mind just never stops and it’s this constant busy, demand and stress, it’s a challenge to just take a breath……
Well then this workshop is for you! Time to rejuvenate, restore and replenish your whole being.

W I N T E R = N U R T U R E

In yoga, and in astrology, the sun symbolizes the soul. The word “solstice,” in Latin, means sun standing still, so in a sense, we could say the soul stands still on the solstice.

Winter solstice has long been recognized as the first day of winter and is the shortest and darkest day of the year. While the winter season represents the Yin qualities of slowness, reflection, and receptivity, this solstice is the shortess day of the year and marks the cyclical return to sunlight.
Join me in this unique workshop to acknowledge the external and tune into the internal.
Includes movement, breathing practices, candle light meditation, yoga nidra and morning tea. $35

For more information call Christina on 0414 385 051

Bookings essential as numbers are limited.

Bookings essential as numbers are limited.