This is your invitation to release what no longer serves you, what might be holding you back or what is no longer on your path, so you can renew towards joy, optimism and fulfillment.
What to expect :
You will be be guided into restorative yoga postures that release physical tension and are deeply healing and nourishing for the nervous system. Soothing cello music, specially composed for this immersion, will be played live to take you deeper into the experience.
Imagine lying down, supported by a nest of bolsters, yoga props and blankets, while cello music stirs the heart and fills the soul.
You will leave with a sweet sense of release, feeling lighter and a renewed sense of well-being.
Date : Friday 6th August 2021
Time : 8:15-10:00pm (arrive 8pm for 8:15pm start)
Investment : $65 (Retreat members $52)
All welcome. No experience required.
Come in warm comfortable clothes.
Bring cosy blankets and towels (studio props are available however, towels to wrap over bolsters and props as covid-safe measures are in place)
Bring also your journal or paper and pen.
Do you know:
The deep resonance of the cello creates wave patterns measurable and equivalent to brain pattern alpha waves (8 to 12 Hz), present when our brains are in idling default-states typically created when we’re daydreaming or consciously practicing mindfulness or meditation. In this state, we can not only listen with our whole body, but tap into powerful healing channels.
Ling is on a mission to calm and steady nervous systems.
Her classes are particularly grounding. She’s a veteran yoga teacher though her youthful looks don’t give it away. She has a nurturing and cheeky vibe to her but when you peel back the layers, there’s a rich backstory.
Ling’s approach is to empower personal practice, making deep connections and coming to yoga with enjoyment from the heart.
Ling teaches because she loves sharing what she loves.
Deb has been playing cello for 30 years. Classically trained Deb turned her focus to composing and playing cello specifically ‘for the perpetuation of love’. Deb composes original music for live meditation and yoga events. As well as playing across Melbourne in her kirtan bhakti yoga ensemble she also composes music for internationally award winning humanitarian docos that promote understanding, acceptance and love.