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Articulations : Darwin Yoga Space newsletter

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Title

Articulations : Darwin Yoga Space newsletter

Creator

Darwin Yoga Space

Collection

Articulations; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Articulations

Date

2012-08-01

Description

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:2012-08

Language

English

Subject

Yoga; Northern Territory; Darwin; Periodicals; Darwin Yoga Space

Publisher name

Darwin Yoga Space

Place of publication

Coconut Grove

Series

Articulations

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Darwin Yoga Space

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2021C00044

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/241496

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/618572

Page content

WWW.DARWINYOGASPACE.COM BOOST YOUR ENERGY by Domonique At the Boost Your Energy workshop we learnt a sequence of five asanas that lengthened, squeezed and supported our kidneys. All of the poses were well supported and the actions very subtle. Carole wanted our kidneys to do Tadasana - not just our physical body! The need and response for each of us was very individual and required a level of introspection. At the end of the day we left with a warm glow in our kidneys and felt very nurtured. TEENS RETREAT by Stella and Remi The Teen Retreat offered lots of yummy food. After an hour and a half of asanas and games, all five of us had some freshly made juice. For lunch we had vegie burgers and then homemade mango ice-cream for afternoon tea, which caused a bit of a sugar rush during the last hour. There was a great atmosphere, full of life and colour. Everybody was great and got along well. During lunch, Garrick and Jack had a book battle and we all talked about our favourite books, authors, movies and other random topics. By the end of the day we were all so relaxed that it was hard to come out of savasana. On the verandah MOUNT BUNDY RETREAT by Leisa At the Mt Bundy retreat held over the long weekend in July we had a great time, with only nine students and lots of time for yoga, discussions, reflection and amazing food. The early mornings were crisp and cool when we began each day with pranayama and meditation on the verandah: a rare opportunity to be wrapped in warm clothes and blankets. Starting in the silence of the predawn the sounds of the awakening birds becoming louder and louder as the sun came up and finishing with the same in the late evening bookending the day with silence and nature set the tone for a wonderful weekend. Whether sitting under the shade of the huge mango trees, stretched out on the lounge or for some taking the opportunity to bask in the sun there was plenty of time for reading , resting and great conversation. Attending a retreat is a wonderful opportunity to deepen your yoga, both on the mat and through philosophy discussion and to learn more about yourself. Mount Bundy stirfry Chilling out at the teens retreat Boost Your Energy workshop


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