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Filmed and produced by using our newly acquired Sony Nex-5 (stills and video) is a low-cost, family friendly opportunity for everyone to experience the benefits of a retreat. Connect with your spirituality and other yoga-minded people in a beautiful bush setting on the Goulburn River. Suitable as an introduction to yoga as well as an opportunity for more experienced practitioners to deepen and reinforce their yoga sadhana.

Intention behind yoga camp

We believe that everyone should be able to have a retreat-style experience regardless of how much they earn, so we have created an inspiring event with experienced, qualified instructors that is affordable for everyone.

As part of our measures to keep costs down, we ask that everyone helps to serve, prepare, or clean up after one meal during the weekend. You will learn how to prepare your food to maximise nutrition, as well as have an opportunity to experience the spiritual benefits of service!

As this event is a family friendly yoga event, we ask that you keep your drugs and alcohol at home. Thank you.

Further Information

Turn up on Friday afternoon to set up camp or move into your bunkroom. The first yoga class starts at 4.00om. At 5.00pm on Friday there will be opening ceremony followed by a communal dinner at 6.30pm, with a Kirtan at 8pm.

If you require a bunk you will have to book as there are limited beds available. If you plan to camp, bring everything you need to make your stay a comfortable one. Chlorinated drinking water and showers are available, and there is a beautiful river on our doorstep for swimming. Yoga Camp will be running regardless of weather, but it is recommended that you check the weather forecast prior to coming, and take clothes accordingly.

In addition to the meals provided, chai, tea, snacks and fruit will be available for purchase.

There will be a number of yoga classes running simultaneously throughout the weekend to cater for all levels, with a variety of styles available. Yoga Styles include Satyananda, Hatha, Kundalini, Dru and Oki Do yoga. There will also be workshops on nutrition, meditation and chanting, Pranayama, Neti, the Theory and Philosophy of Yoga, Yoga Nidra, kids yoga and activities, dance and confidence-building activities.

There will be heaps of kids activities and more yoga classes for kids this time as it is the middle of the school holidays. Some of these include: yoga, performance, craft, clay play and confidence-building activities.

Some of the Yoga and Workshop Teachers For November Yoga Camp

Mark Blyss — Satyananda Yoga
Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama, Neti Workshops — From the Satyananda tradition.

Kali Maya -Kundalini Kung Fu
Kinesethic Anatomy Awareness — Gentle exploration of body, subtle streaming and breath work. This class can improve your daily practice enhancing body awareness. This workshop is interactive including partner and group work.

Yoga Tantra — Vitality Kriya to align 3rd Eye, Heart and Sex Centres. Dynamic Body Movement Sequence develops strength in the upper and lower bodies, bridging them through the core strength at the body centre. Lets explore the inner self and align it with your physical body. This workshop includes Meditation.

Cat McKay
Chi Yoga — Based on Japanese Yoga (Oki-do, Ryoho), the meridian system, and TCM 5 elements theory. Fun and dynamic classes structured with strong intentions based on the seasons, and corresponding meridians and organs. They involve strengthening corrective asanas to stimulate your chi or lifeforce, playful exercises, partner stretching, and massage.

Arn Thoring
Tai-Chi Movement — Insights into movement from a Tai-Chi teacher’s and a wholistic therapist’s perspective. The work is not strenuous or difficult but requires focus.

Muktilisa Farinosi
Sakshin Ghatastha yoga – ‘When the body has been purified and the level of internal prana has saturated the entire being, the practitioner of yoga will experience the serene state of no-mind’. Both purification of body and Prana is stimulated through dynamic asana and Pranayama. Our practice is sincere not serious, dynamic not forced and fun!

Ostii Ananda
Thai Yoga Massage

Natalie Brewer
Dru Yoga — “Yoga Sequences”.
Earth, Moon and the Sequence of Compassion.

Jared Osborne
Tantra Bliss Yoga and Dao Yin QiGong — Dao Yin is a Taoist Yoga Practice.

Muriele Tesauri
Asana Dance — Journey with Music through Heart and Base Chakra

Stacia Karina & Gerheart von Aderkas
Workshops — Authentic Self in Relationship
Ritual & Community

Emily Hodge
Workshops — Transpersonal Art therapy
Interactive storytelling (with Luke Hickmott)

Tom Hope
Meditation – ‘Living with Awareness’ and ‘Loving kindness smiling’. From the Buddhist tradition.

Sun Hyland
Open Heart Singing Workshops — Move your body, open your heart, and sing! An easy, fun, experience for anyone who loves to sing- or doesn’t know how… Come with loose clothes and an open mind (40-45 minutes).

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