ABOUT THIS EVENT
Start fresh in 2021 with our New Year’s Yoga Mini Retreat on Sunday 10th January. Begin the year in a place of peace, reflection and joy, after taking 3hrs to relax, move and stretch guided by experienced practitioners Prema Day and Kali Ledger.
Take the time to deeply connect with yourself, experience clarity and thoroughly relax. This is the best time of the year to let go of the old and open yourself to the new, giving yourself the opportunity for inspiration to live a happier and healthier life!
This once-a-year retreat is held in a stunning nature sanctuary and will take you on a sensory journey with: guided meditation, free form movement to awaken you, gentle Vishrant Yin Yoga to calm and ground you, sound bowls and yoga nidra for deep relaxation. The day will finish with a chance to chat with your fellow retreat goers over a cup of tea.
This is the perfect place to set intentions for the new year and experience a peaceful and nurturing environment that will have you feeling relaxed yet energised and free to embrace 2021 with what matters to you!
OTHER INFORMATION & BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
PRICE & TIMING
$89 per person including journal
+ Eventbrite booking fee
Sunday 10th January 2021
10:30 am – 1:30 pm
64 Canns Road, Bedfordale WA 6112
0418 229 662
SOME KIND WORDS FROM PREVIOUS ATTENDEES
“Lovely experience, lovely teachers, beautiful setting, very tranquil, felt very fulfilled. Thank you.”
~ Keryn, East Perth
“I love coming to these retreats! They give me a few hours to myself and away from my busy world. I always feel so positive when I leave.”
~ Michelle, Baldivis
“I found today’s retreat truly enjoyable and rewarding! The whole day was perfect and I will be continuing this peaceful practice.”
~ Katrina, Coolbellup
ABOUT THE TEACHERS
Through intention, meditation, pranayama and asana, students leave Prema’s classes feeling uplifted, refreshed, relaxed and with a sense of stillness and peace. She provides a sanctuary and teaches in a way that is gentle to allow for slowing down while still providing a challenge for those wishing to deepen their practice. Prema brings a sense of humbleness, softness, aliveness and deep care into her classes with one clear message: let go, let go, let go.
She practices and teaches Vishrant Yoga, Hatha, Yin which include longer holds and a slower pace and a gentle reminder to come back to the breath, as well as Yoga Nidra and Meditation to help cultivate stillness, allow for emotional healing, motivate self-acceptance, feel nourished and encourage relaxation.
Prema has taken the Bodhisattva Vows so her life is dedicated to service, truth and heart. She shares her own life experiences and Buddhist teachings throughout classes to provoke contemplation and inspiration.
Throughout her journey, Prema has completed over 500hr of yoga teacher training specialising in Yin, Hatha, Restorative, Yoga Nidra, Vinyasa Flow and Prenatal yoga. She also holds a Certificate in Health Coaching with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is currently studying a Diploma in Counselling with Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors. Additionally, she has spent the last 7 years involved in personal development, group work and exploring the workings of the mind.
Kali spends her days immersed in a Buddhist way of life, lifting others towards their goals for happiness and higher consciousness. Her love of helping her fellow humans has allowed her the joy of guiding The Art of Self Nurturing retreats where she aims to facilitate attendees to experience a deep connection with themselves.
A passionate yoga, movement, music and meditation enthusiast, Kali moved from her training in contemporary dance to a love of authentic movement, ecstatic dance, pilates, yoga, kirtan and free form dance as meditation. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Performance in 2008 and her Post Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary Dance and Drama) at Edith Cowan University in 2009.
In 2011, Kali created and began to teach her own movement classes, working with women through different forms of movement as a mindfulness practice to improve self-expression. In 2015 she completed her Diploma of Counselling (AIPC) and began to work as a counsellor at Restful Waters, serving the community and helping others on their path to higher consciousness. In 2018, she completed her 200hr Hatha/Vinyasa Flow Teacher Training.
Kali runs classes, retreats and courses along with providing individual and couples counselling at Restful Waters encouraging self-acceptance in those who work with her and a space to feel rested and wholesome.