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Here you can find the details for each session, what to expect and the props you'll need to get the most out of your experience

Meditating at Home

Meditation for Mental Clarity


This session will start with gentle stretches followed by 6mins of Kirtan Kriya. Kirtan Kriya is a Kundalini Yoga routine. It can be described as a “multisensory meditation” that involves breath, mudras (finger movements), mantras (chants), and visualization. This practice can stimulate mental balance, positivity, and longevity. Suitable to beginners.

Props: yoga mat, a cushion

Indian Cuisine

Introduction to Ayurveda


This session is a beginner presentation of the science of Ayurveda. You'll be introduced to the idea of digesting your food, emotions and thoughts.


You'll also get the clear difference between Ayurvedic doctors and Ayurvedic practitioners and how to be discerning.


Self-Acupressure For Relaxation & Sleep


This introduction to self-acupressure will equip participants with a self-applied acupressure technique that builds from general stress reduction all the way to deep sleep.


This self-care routine is sequenced in such a way that the first few points will aid general relaxation and stress reduction. If you wish to go further, you can continue to the end of the sequence to make way for a deep sleep.

Semicircle of Crystals

Yoni Practice


Yoni is a Sanskrit word for the female reproductive system as a whole and can also be translated as 'the source'. A woman's Yoni is her source of wisdom, power and pleasure that is often hidden under a layer of taboo, shame and pain.


During Yoni Practice you are gently guided through these layers so you can come back home to your body and cultivate a loving connection with your Yoni. First you'll create the safety within your surroundings, your body and your nervous system. This is followed by a journey inwards through movement, meditation and other sacred practices for deep healing.


Cerimonial Breathwork


This session includes opening guidance, setting intention for the prayer for the New Earth, the invocation of the elders, share story of the Whaledreaming, 35 mins of music/chant driven breathwork. We close with a period where we can reflect together and share in the circle, closing prayer.


What is Sadhana? What is Kriya?


Develop, refine, and maintain your personal practice (Sadhana). For complete beginners looking to discover and build their daily system of spiritual evolution, or for tenured practitioners looking for tips & tricks to take their practice to the next level.

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Relax. Restore. Re-energize.


Yoga Therapist Caren Baginski, C-IAYT, will share science-backed yoga breathing techniques and soothing restorative yoga poses to calm the body and mind from her book Restorative Yoga. These empowering practices will help you manage stress, reduce pain, and uplift your mood in as little as 5 to 10 minutes a day.

All bodies and experience levels welcome.


Props:  yoga mat, yoga bolster, blocks, blankets, and an eye pillow. Don't have these? Substitute with bath towels, blankets, bed/couch pillows, and a washcloth.


Also, be next to a chair or couch and wear comfortable clothing (Bonus: You can keep your socks on!)

Rock in Sand

Ascension Alchemy Activation


The focus for this session is on being present, acceptance and release. We will be up moving and alchemizing energy connecting with our power of our vessel.


7 min intro, 15 min moving embodiment and 8 minutes integration.

All can participate.


Set-up: be in a comfortable space where you feel safe and can close your eyes.

Yoga with Props

Embodied Surrender


The Power of Embracing Yin. In this session, you'll learn practices to down-regulate your nervous system and come home to yourself.

Buddhist Singing Bowl

Detox of mind and body


Reset your mind and your body with sound. 


Sound journey and womb healing ceremony


A Powerful ceremony to heal our sacred womb.


The Power of Water


The intention for this session is to introduce cold water as a healing tool, the power of water as a whole and how we can connect with this beautiful element. This session include a 30 mins talk followed by a guided water meditation.

Props: no props needed

Working from Home

WFH: Your end of the day ritual to leave work at work


Pre pandemic, we knew how to leave the office. Now that our office is in our home, we struggle to truly shut down at the end of the day. If you're somebody who thinks "I'll just send one more email tonight..." or the lines between home/work have truly blurred, please join the session to find a way that suits you to logoff at the end of your working day.


Set up: Pen and paper 


What does coaching have to do with rest?


How much space do you let unhealthy habits and behaviours take up in your life? We'll take a look at how coaching and mindset can cut through the noise and give you time back for what's most important, rest included. Where your mind leads, the body follows. Come to this session to work on a strong mind. If you've ever wanted to learn more about coaching (Executive, Life, Business, Wellness, Mindset), then please join this session

Newborn Baby Sleeping

Yoga Nidra for Sleep


A good night’s rest can sometimes be hard to come by. The stress you accumulate during the day can fill your head with racing thoughts. You keep tossing and turning, struggling to fall asleep. Yoga Nidra for sleep is a beautiful meditative practice that brings stillness into the entire body and lets a feeling of heaviness lure you into a deep, restful sleep. It's easy and accessible to anyone as you literally just lay there…


Props: comfortable clothes, a cushion, a blanket, eye pillow (optional)

Head Massage

Rolling your hips into happiness


We combine Myofascial Release/ self massage techniques with Yin Yoga, and create a particular relaxing practice with deep stretches for the hip area.


Open to all level

Must have props: 1 tennis ball,1 block. Optional: blanket, bolster

Practicing Yoga

Heart opening Yin 


Yin Yoga is a practice of long and static holds. We feel into the body, into our individual pose, we allow the mind to rest, the nervous system to calm down and enter a save space of tranquility and wellbeing. The upper body will be the main focus for these 60 minutes, we dive into a soft, relaxing practice and allow our self to feel for our love again.


This practice is suitable for every yoga level.

Props: blocks, bolster, blanket

Child's Pose

Restorative Yoga


This session provides a deliberately slow paced environment for diving deeper into a practise, that replenishes the soul. Starting with slow, mindful breath-work, as a way to release tension and resting in supported restorative yoga postures to shift the nervous system back into balance, this allows the power of the breath to move blocked energy and raise awareness. Immersive + deep meditation begins to heal and attend to deeper matters.

Props: a pillow, 2 blankets, eye pillow (or something to cover the eyes)

Breathing Meditation

Breath-work and meditation


Conscious breath-work (pranayama) is a bridge between the body and the mind. We must first work on and prepare with pranayama before attempting to move into the state of meditation. ​ In mediation, we discover our inherent restlessness. Sometimes we get up and leave. Sometimes we sit there, but our bodies wriggle and squirm, and our minds go far away. This can be so uncomfortable that we feel it's impossible to stay. Yet this feeling can teach us not just about ourselves but what it is to be human…

Props: a pillow, a  blanket, something comfortable to sit on


Beginner Kundalini Yoga


Kundalini yoga is also called the yoga of awareness. It combines movement, breathing techniques, mudras (hand gestures), mantras (primal sounds) and meditation. Consistent practice of Kundalini yoga brings you more presence, determination, faith & trust and empowers you to be you. Join this session to explore the basic principles of Kundalini yoga

Props: yoga mat, a cushion, a blanket

Yoga by the Sea

Cycle: Move


Connect to the power of your menstrual cycle through movement. Our constructed world is set up in a linear way, yet nature and our bodies are cyclical. By moving in ways that honours this cyclical nature (and understanding different cycle phases and characteristics), we feel more aligned and less at odds with the world around us, leading to greater contentment and less unease. We will practice gentle movement and breathing that help connect us to this cyclical way of living.


This workshop is open to everyone, not just those who have a menstrual cycle. 

Props: a yoga block


Cycle: Rest


Connect to the power of your menstrual cycle through rest. A stand alone session, and also following on from the previous session, this workshop uses restorative yoga and Yoga Nidra (a type of guided meditation) to help us tune in to our natural body cycles and those in nature. When in tune, we are more aligned with the energy and qualities of each cycle so that life flows more with ease and less with struggle.


This workshop is open to everyone, not just those who have a menstrual cycle. 

Props: bolster, or cushions, 2 blankets

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