Scroll down for information on upcoming workshops and retreat. Below is also a small sampling of the kind of events I have curated and contributed to in the past. If you would like to collaborate on a wellness event, retreat or workshop for your own tribe or workplace email me here. Joy(n) me sharing the wisdom of Ayurveda!
Balance + Transform Retreats
A weekend immersive retreat offering yoga and meditation classes of diverse styles, hands on cooking practicals, therapeutic treatments and Introduction to Ayurveda workshops. Surrounded by lush nature, nutritious food and like-minded people, its an opportunity to reconnect with self and seek a greater understanding of how your body works, how to keep it in balance and why it gets sick.
Arrive home feeling restored.
Hepburn Springs, Victoria. Nov 1-3, 2019
Here are some testimonials from previous "Transformees":
Understanding your dosha
Looking at the body, mind and spirit through the lens of Ayurveda allows us to understand our bodies better, what makes them tick, and what makes them sick. This workshop is geared to help participants understand their unique attributes (prakruti) and how to maintain balance in busy, modern day life through healthy habits, breathing exercises, food and yoga.
Enquire here to book this session for your next group wellness event.
With our modern, busy lives, and fast-paced-fast-food existence, we can spend a great deal of our day erring on the side of mindLESS rather than mindFULL. This workshop allows participants to slow down and come back to center. The aim is to leave the workshop a little more awake, with eyes wide open at the impact our lifestyles and diet can impact on our health.
Sound like a great idea to share with your group? Enquire here.
National Ayurveda Conference 2017
Invited to be assistant co-ordinator of the first national scientific Ayurveda Conference held in Melbourne 2017 was a great honour and lifelong friendships and working relationships have been forged for me. If you are interested in attending the next event to learn about Ayurveda Phytochemistry, connect with others studying and working in the field, and be inspired by expert presenters qualified in both Ayurveda and other wellness professions follow this link for the Sydney conference, April 2019.