Tosh is a dedicated practitioner of mindfulness and meditation. Realising the benefits of being in touch with inner stillness and silence, he loves to share his passion for meditation with others. He is devoted to living a life of service.
Tosh is a mathematics and physics teacher who has found mindfulness to be an invaluable part of his life. He has completed the Mindfulness Training course at Restful Waters and is currently training to become a mindfulness teacher for school children.
Meditation & Sound Bath Facilitator
Anam has had a consuming passion for investigating higher consciousness and meditation since his early teens. With understanding and direct experience in various practices, he brings a heartfelt warmth and humour to helping people find whatever it is that works best for them along the path to peace and happiness.
Anam’s keen interest in meditation and sound therapy has lead him to teaching and facilitating both meditation classes and meditation sound baths at Restful Waters.
Meditation Facilitator & Kirtan
Isha Graham has been practising meditation for over 10 years and loves to share her time with people. Bestowed with the title of Reverend of the Vishrant Buddhist Society for 10 years of service, she spends a part of every day devoted to spiritual practice. Her warm and caring nature make her a loved member of her community. As well as having been a registered nurse for the last 25 years, Isha also currently runs a small gardening business.
As well as looking after her family and dedicating herself to her practises, Isha loves bushwalking, leading Kirtan, gardening and takes beautiful photographs of people and nature. Isha is very passionate about helping people, supporting her community and nurturing a way of life that supports the way of the Heart for herself and others.
Mindfulness Trainer & Group Facilitator
Dakini Williams has been a practitioner of meditation and mindfulness for the past 22 years. She has been a Buddhist student of Shree Prem Vishrant for the past 7 years.
In her dedication, Dakini became a founding director of The Vishrant Buddhist Society, a non-for profit charity dedicated to supporting higher consciousness and the well being of the community.
Dakini is passionate about mindfulness and received formal mindfulness training to teach both students in schools and adult groups.
As a counsellor Dakini incorporates mindfulness and self-inquiry into her successful counselling practice. She is committed to supporting people develop the life skills mindfulness offers.
Dakini brings a caring presence and a bright aliveness to her Mindfulness training.