Body Bliss Restorative Yoga Mini-Retreat
22 July @ 14:00 - 17:00
Dayboro and surrounds women, come and feel deeply nourished from the inside out with this luscious, bliss-filled class of comfortable nurturing poses, guided meditation, beautiful poetry and soothing music.
A new financial year has started all the bookkeeping is out of the way, no excuse for not attending this Yoga mini-retreat in the Dayboro Community Hall
Restorative yoga is one of the most beneficial modalities for women. It creates a cascade of wonderful effects that drastically reduce stress, balance hormones, help with weight reduction, ease menstrual and menopause challenges, and creates a deep sense of spaciousness to our otherwise busy lives.
Take some time for yourself to completely relax at this yoga mini-retreat. You deserve to be nourished! You will gain the benefits of a quiet mind, healthy body and a nourished spirit. Join me and leave this session feeling renewed, and physically, mentally and emotionally revitalised with a profound sense of calm and well-being, ready for life ahead.
~ Details ~
– Sunday, July 22, 2-5pm
Location:Dayboro Community Hall,
The Dayboro Community Hall is located in Bradley St, Dayboro. A large open space, with a nice and grounded woodenfloor.
– Investment :
$50 Early Bird (by July 13)
$55 (by July 21)
$60 (on the day if available)
BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL
To confirm your place please send your direct deposit to:
Laurina Kersten, Westpac
BSB 736-306 ACC no 66-5146
Please insert your name & ‘BB22″ in the transfer & EMAIL ME so I have your contact details to send you full details ~ email@example.com
Alternatively, you can use the following link below to pay via PayPal
And feel free to call, text or email me any questions ~ 0481 556 109, Laurina.firstname.lastname@example.org
*Cancellations made within 24hours prior are non-refundable*
Laurina is the founder of Well Woman Yoga. She works with women to use conscious body movement as a catalyst for providing deep inner nourishment. A passionate spiritual explorer, Laurina is initiated into yoga as well as many women’s sacred dance traditions and has taught in Asian countries as well as Australia.