for healthy bones & joints
Feb 20th 6-8pm
Do you wake up in the morning with Stiff or painful joints? Are you noticing that you no longer have the mobility you used to? Do you want to learn about how old injuries from the past become stored in your body?
This yoga workshop will cover some theory to understand how your daily habits and posture impact your wellbeing, and some yoga practice to begin to make changes, and get your mobility back!
Followed by a yummy farm-to-table vegetarian dinner for those who can stay and watch the sunset.
Cost is $28 for workshop and dinner.
Manawatu Farm Retreat Setting
This Manawatu central North Island NZ venue is a converted hay-barn on idyllic organic homestead property. The views from this hilltop location on a clear day include as far south as Kapiti Island, as far west as Mt. Taranaki, as far north as Mt. Ruapehu and over to the Tararua and Ruahine ranges to the East.
Far away from the noise of cars or other people, the sounds of native birds chorus from the new growth native shelter trees.
The composting toilet, rainwater collection model environmental stewardship and permaculture principles at their best. Beautiful sunsets and farm-to-table food make this a whole body experience.
Rebekah earned a Bachelor of Science (honors) in Psychology, at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. She specialized in social-cultural psychology. She attended Sivananda Ashram in Kerala, Southern India and completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training. The program taught an integral practice including meditation, asana, chanting, service, and clean diet. She's also studied level 1 and level 2 Thai massage and Thai foot reflexology at TCM, a Thai massage school in Thailand. Moreover, she is also a Zero Balancing practitioner and teacher and incorporates this thorough background into her yoga instruction and personalised guidance.