May
1
Fri
2020
Rag Rug Making @ The Sound Temple
May 1 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Contribution: $95 – This is a ticketed event, limited spaces available bookings required

Event bookings are on hold at this time, we invite you to join our mailing list to keep up to date with changes to our event schedule.

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Common Threads Woven Through Community - Rag Rug Making

HANDS ON WORKSHOP

Have you ever wanted to make something gorgeous to use in a meaningful way around your home? Create something that you absolutely love?
Something to keep your house warm during winter or a welcome splash of colour to brighten a room? Do you have some fabric or clothing that you can’t wait to use for a project?

Join Leisa Antonio at this hands-on workshop where you will create your very own gorgeous individual eco-friendly rag rug made with love.
You will be taken on a journey being introduced to various forms of plaiting and design. The next step will be bringing your personal creation together with being shown how to hand stitch your coils into a beautiful, functional rag rug.

This workshop suits the Common Threads Woven Through Community Programme due to the elements of ‘slowing down fast fashion’ and incorporating repurposed textiles, natural fibres including sisal, twine, wools and yarns into something you will be proud of.

Leisa will share this ancient art of rag rug making with you which has gone from a practical necessity during the 1930’s to a deeply satisfying slow art in the 2020’s!
The process of plaiting & hand stitching is deeply relaxing and inspiring.

Leisa Antonio joins the Common Threads Woven Through Community TeamJoin this four hour meditative practice of coil and slow stitch and connect with a group of others as you immerse yourself into designing and creating your very own unique functional or decorative masterpiece!

Leisa Antonio started her journey in 2000 where she studied a Bachelor of Social Sciences and began working in the Youth & Community Services sector here in Perth, Western Australia.

In 2006, she continued by learning the art of glass fusing, slumping kiln fired art-form under the wing of an artist. Leisa is constantly being inspired by Indian and sustainable creativity and this has continued her interest to explore contemporary and traditional forms of creative arts.

Leisa has further trained in Glass Art, Dressmaking, Mixed Media and Creative Art Workshops and studied a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment.

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Rag Rug Making WorkshopA Pollination of Life | May 1st to 31st 2020

Common Threads Woven Through Community Project fosters a spirited environment in partnership with The Sound Temple to celebrate sustainability and the creative arts, cultural experiences, performance, workshops, temporary exhibitions and installations.

Our 2020 theme embraces the inter connection of our living world the seen and unseen ‘The Pollination of Life’ exploring the underlying connections between, artists, creatives, sustainable enterprises and movements. As we all carry a thread that collaboratively weaves the health and wellbeing of our collective future on this planet you will feel deeply inspired by being part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.

Start: 12:00pm (arrive from 11:45am)
Ends: 4:00pm

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Includes: All materials, threads, anti-slip backing and fabrics
Endless cups of warming organic tea and coffee including raw slice provided for afternoon tea

To Bring: All materials are provided however if you have fabric or clothing at home that are meaningful to you and could be recycled – feel free to bring it along and it can be lovingly included in your final piece.

Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)

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May
2
Sat
2020
A Day of Mandala, Sacred Sound and Story
May 2 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Contribution: $120 – This is a ticketed event, limited spaces available bookings required
Event bookings are on hold at this time, we invite you to join our mailing list to keep up to date with changes to our event schedule.

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Discover the Goddess of Creation Within! with Sally Riddell

Immersive Workshop

Discover the Goddess of Creation and Courage Within!

Join Sally in this beautiful workshop where she will weave chant, storytelling and the making of a natural mandala through the theme of Durga – the goddess of creation and courage.

Feeling like you need some time in nature? Feeling like a great story? Feeling up to an immersive rich experience? Feeling the call for a new and exciting way to make connections?

You will learn the chant of Durga, hear her story, be bathed in sacred sound that expresses her qualities. Part of this immersive workshop will take place in The Sound Temple which is our custom built sound chamber and then we will gather and make a mandala in our bush setting. Come and connect to the local land where we will work together bringing individual experiences to thread together to form a whole mandala on the earth for all to share.

Spend the afternoon being immersed in this meditative practice, you will be steeped in the Seed Mantra which will open up the creativity within each of us, then this activation will assist the Pollination of bringing Durga’s qualities into the Community Earth Mandala.

Sally Riddell is a Yoga Teacher, Yoga Therapist and teacher of Vedic Chant from Perth, Western Australia who has trained in the tradition of T. Krishnamacharya. Her inspirational and inclusive practices stem from the teachings of T. Krishnamacharya, following the guidance of her personal teachers T.K.V. Desikachar, his family and the teachers from the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram. Sally uses all the “tools” of yoga in a way that includes each person in a way that is appropriate for them.

Her personal style of teaching is inspired by the resonance of chant, the wonder of storytelling and the relevance of metaphor.

With an early tertiary education in Fine Art Sally loves creating from the offerings of the natural world as well as through textiles, basket making and drawing.

Sally has led walking and yoga retreats in Western Australia, Spain and India. She is passionate about the power of Yoga, Vedic Chant and Meditation to guide and inform our daily life and the ways in which our lives intertwine with the rhythms of the natural world.

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A Pollination of Life | May 1st to 31st 2020

Common Threads Woven Through Community Project fosters a spirited environment in partnership with The Sound Temple to celebrate sustainability and the creative arts, cultural experiences, performance, workshops, temporary exhibitions and installations.

Our 2020 theme embraces the inter connection of our living world the seen and unseen ‘The Pollination of Life’ exploring the underlying connections between, artists, creatives, sustainable enterprises and movements. As we all carry a thread that collaboratively weaves the health and wellbeing of our collective future on this planet you will feel deeply inspired by being part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.

Start: 1:00pm (arrive from 12:45pm)
Ends: 4:00pm

Includes:

  • All materials, threads, anti-slip backing and fabrics
  • Endless cups of warming organic teas and coffee plus a fruit and nut platter for an afternoon gathering
  • For sound events we provide mats, bolsters and blankets.  Please wear easy slip off shoes for entry into our sacred spaces

Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)

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May
3
Sun
2020
Words of Wisdom – Mother and Child Stitch Workshop
May 3 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Contribution: $50 (Mother including one child), $25 Additional child 9+
Event bookings are on hold at this time, we invite you to join our mailing list to keep up to date with changes to our event schedule.

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Words of Wisdom with Jane Ziemons

Mother and Child Workshop

Join Jane Ziemons on the Sunday before Mother’s Day and spend time with your child stitching a most memorable experience.
A beautiful workshop away from the hustle and bustle to celebrate the Love and Connection shared with the Mother and Child.

In this two hour work shop held in the beautiful bush setting at The Sound Temple, Jane Ziemons our 2020 Artist in Residence will gently guide you and child/ren to discover and stitch ‘Words of Wisdom’ into a cloth book that you will make together.

An unforgettable keepsake gift to mothers that will be treasured for years to come.

A timely gift for all in the lead up to celebrating Mother’s Day.

Words of Wisdom You are invited to bring along any fabric or small items that hold special meaning to incorporate into the book. A range of fabric and threads will be available to select from in creating your family heirloom.

This workshop is ideal to connect with one child and stitch together, however you can purchase additional tickets for extra children if you feel they are capable to engage in the stitching process for the duration of the workshop.

Jane Ziemons is a current Master of Arts by Research student at Edith Cowan University working in an interdisciplinary practice.

Ziemons applies a meditative approach to her arts practice which encompasses installation works, narrative textiles and traditional printmaking techniques. She has developed a labour intensive practice that values concentrated research, experimental mark making and deep reflection.

Jane Ziemons name joins the Common Threads Team

Having spent three decades travelling through a variety of locations including the UK, Africa, North America and Australia, Ziemons has a deeply emotional approach to her work and considers the creation of art to be akin to the making of a new home in a foreign land. She thoughtfully creates work with the intention to provide the viewer with a moment of deep connection to cloth, the everyday and the self.

Her current research examines the subtle ways in which art of the everyday can bring about moments of mindfulness.

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A Pollination of Life | May 1st to 31st 2020

Common Threads Woven Through Community Project fosters a spirited environment in partnership with The Sound Temple to celebrate sustainability and the creative arts, cultural experiences, performance, workshops, temporary exhibitions and installations.

Common Threads Woven Through Community

Our 2020 theme embraces the inter connection of our living world the seen and unseen ‘The Pollination of Life’ exploring the underlying connections between, artists, creatives, sustainable enterprises and movements. As we all carry a thread that collaboratively weaves the health and wellbeing of our collective future on this planet you will feel deeply inspired by being part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.

Start: 2:30pm (arrive from 2:15pm)
Ends: 4:30pm

Includes: Endless cups of warming organic teas and coffee

To Bring: You are invited to bring along any fabric or small items that hold special meaning to incorporate into the book. A range of fabric and threads will be available to select from in creating your family heirloom.

Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)

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May
6
Wed
2020
Fun Felted Soaps @ The Sound Temple
May 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Contribution: $25 contribution – This is a ticketed event, no door sales available
Event bookings are on hold at this time, we invite you to join our mailing list to keep up to date with changes to our event schedule.

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Common Threads Woven Through Community - Fun Felted Soaps

Hands on Workshop

Felted before? New to this rewarding process? Warm soapy water, natural fibre and a great fun way to spend a couple of hours! Not to mention that your soap magically last months longer and saves the planet!

The process of felting is such a tactile experience, squeezing, rinsing, rubbing and can be a very rewarding and satisfying experience.
Felted soaps are energising to use in the bath or shower and a wonderful way to prevent soap from going mushy or being lost down the drain not to mention how fun they are to make!

Keep your beautiful soap lasting months longer and enjoy the added benefits of how they softly exfoliate your skin. These unique and attractive soaps also make much-loved gifts for friends and family. Using the wet felting method Kim will guide participants in felting merino wool to create a snug fit around your soap bars. There is also an opportunity to embellish with patterns and silk threads to add some extra colour.

The soap bars that will be felt wrapped are all natural, handmade soap sourced locally from Western Australia.

Everyone will learn about the best types of soaps and wool to use, the most effective wrapping and forming technique. Each participant will leave with two handmade soaps for your family as gifts or to keep to use at home.

Kim Gordon joins the Common Threads TeamKim Gordon lives right here in the Perth Hills. Kim first learned to felt about 10 years ago and fell in love with it. Ever since she was a young girl she loved the fibres of different fabrics which she reflects may have come from her mother and grandmother teaching her how to knit and crochet using many different wools and cotton.

Over the years she developed a love for natural fabrics and has mostly felted as a much-loved interest. Kim has also participated in many workshops with well-known Australian and International felters giving her a variety of skills as a felter. She is also a member of Feltwest and has been an advocate and presenter at Common Threads Woven Through Community since its inception in 2018.

Her motto for felting is ‘From Fibre to Fabulous’… “To start with tiny and delicate fibres and watch them turn into a strong and durable piece of fabric or art work is amazing” says Kim.

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A Pollination of Life | May 1st to 31st 2020

Common Threads Woven Through Community Project fosters a spirited environment in partnership with The Sound Temple to celebrate sustainability and the creative arts, cultural experiences, performance, workshops, temporary exhibitions and installations.

Our 2020 theme embraces the inter connection of our living world the seen and unseen ‘The Pollination of Life’ exploring the underlying connections between, artists, creatives, sustainable enterprises and movements. As we all carry a thread that collaboratively weaves the health and wellbeing of our collective future on this planet you will feel deeply inspired by being part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.

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Start: 10:00am (arrive from 9:45am)
Ends: 12:00pm

Includes: Endless cups of warming organic teas and coffee

To Bring: Participants may want to bring an apron to wear that prevents them from getting wet.

Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)

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May
14
Thu
2020
Coil and Stitch Basket Making @ The Sound Temple
May 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Contribution: $135 – This is a ticketed event, no door sales available
Event bookings are on hold at this time, we invite you to join our mailing list to keep up to date with changes to our event schedule.

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Coil and Stitch Basket Making

HANDS ON WORKSHOP

Come and sit in this Weaving Circle and learn the ancient art of Coil Stitch Weaving.

Fiona Gavino will demonstrate and share her knowledge and techniques as a skilled and contemporary fibre artist.

During this workshop Fiona will show you how to coil a basket using needle and thread to stitch together plant material harvested from local grasses and flora from our local landscape and gardens.

Beginning small so you can experience the whole process, this knowledge allows you to create any size or shape basket you wish in the future.

Fiona will share knowledge of what plants are best for this type of weaving, how to harvest and store the plant materials will all be discussed during the workshop.

Suitable for beginners to more experienced weavers.

Fiona Gavino will join us here in the peaceful bush location of The Sound Temple throughout the month of May for the Common Threads Woven Through Community Programme. She will host a series of workshops from beginners to intermediate. We are blessed to have commissioned Fiona to create a large community outdoor public installation.

As our lead resident fibre artist, Fiona will be working and demonstrating her fine weaving skills that she has acquired throughout her travels in Australia and Internationally and times spent living and working with indigenous women on country.

words Fiona Gavino name joins the Common Threads TeamFiona Gavino with her Australian, Filipino, and Maori heritage, has been described as an intercultural artist working the traditional into the contemporary. There is an undeniable crafted aesthetic in her work and through the artist’s attentive conceptual ideas, intercultural dialogues and collaborative practice she has eloquently placed her practice within sculpture and installation.

Gavino graduated from Charles Darwin University with a BA Visual Arts in 2006 and was a practicing artist there for 12 years. Her work features in Hot Springs; the Northern Territory & Contemporary Australian Artists (Macmillan Art Publishing). In 2007 she relocated to Western Australia and currently lives and works in Fremantle.

In 2014 Gavino was a recipient of an Asialink Residency where she spent three months in the Philippines studying rattan furniture making techniques to apply to her sculpture practice and in 2015 she was invited to exhibit at the Cultural Centre of the Philippines with a solo show, In-between-spaces.

Gavino is a nationally recognised fibre artist, she teaches extensively in Fremantle and for the past three years she has been working with the Yindjibarndi women in the Pilbara collaborating with them to create contemporary fibre sculpture, baskets and reviving their traditional practice of net making.

In 2018 she undertook a residency in Madrid working with an inner-city community in the throws of gentrification to produce a site-specific installation and for the last two years worked with Japanese artists and the community of York (WA) creating large scale sculptures of endangered Australian animals from wheat straw.

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A Pollination of Life | May 1st to 31st 2020

Common Threads Woven Through Community Project fosters a spirited environment in partnership with The Sound Temple to celebrate sustainability and the creative arts, cultural experiences, performance, workshops, temporary exhibitions and installations.

Our 2020 theme embraces the inter connection of our living world the seen and unseen ‘The Pollination of Life’ exploring the underlying connections between, artists, creatives, sustainable enterprises and movements. As we all carry a thread that collaboratively weaves the health and wellbeing of our collective future on this planet you will feel deeply inspired by being part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.

Start: 12:00pm (arrive from 11:45am)
Ends: 4:00pm

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Includes: A delicious nourishing lunch will be served plus endless cups of warming organic teas and coffee

Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)

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May
18
Mon
2020
Repair to Rewear @ Spotted, BASSENDEAN
May 18 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Contribution: $50 – This is a ticketed event, limited spaces available bookings required
Event bookings are on hold at this time, we invite you to join our mailing list to keep up to date with changes to our event schedule.

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HANDS ON WORKSHOP AND LOVELY LUNCH

If you are passionate about bringing new life into your garments, join Petra Richardson who will tell you why it’s so important that we take action in our clothing care practices to help slow fashion down and how we can Repair to Rewear our clothes by fixing them up so they will last longer and we can ReLove them all over again!

Attendees may bring up to 3 pieces of clothing/wardrobe items that they would like advice and assistance with mending.

What to Bring: their sewing equipment and any matching thread and buttons.

Petra will share her tried and tested tips on how to best care for your clothing and will then offer to help you with an item of clothing you have with you to remove a stain, to fix a hole, to sew on a button, to repair a tear etc.

She will bring along her extensive range of threads for you to use but asks that you rumble through your button jar and bring some extras with you.

Petra loves to create lots of discussion in her workshops and is very happy to exchange ideas and solutions with you.

There will also be clothing items available for purchase that she has upcycled, all manufactured using natural fibres, which she will discuss with you. Petra Richardson has a passion for saving Repair to Rewearamazing op shop finds; bypassing landfill to create wardrobe favourites.

Petra Richardson has been part of the Common Threads Woven Through Community Team since 2019 and her focus on slowing fashion down, buying better and choosing well is a perfect match for our programme!

Her love of beautiful fabrics and excellent tailoring has grown through her studies in Fashion Design with Technology, in the UK. Petra’s fashion journey has included design, retail, visual merchandising, promotions and styling. Her business was born from her keen desire to marry sustainability with the fashion industry.

Clothing is hand-picked by feel and quality. Selecting natural fibres that stand the test of time and feel amazing to wear.
Petra says, “I love injecting the gems of clothing I find with lots of TLC and I love breathing new life into old pieces.”

Petra RichardsonPetra Richardson has an incredible love for beautiful fabrics and excellent tailoring has grown through studies in Fashion Design with Technology, in the UK. Petra’s fashion journey has included design, retail, visual merchandising, promotions and styling. Her business was born from her keen desire to marry sustainability with the fashion industry. Petra is focused on slowing fashion down, buying better and choosing well.

Clothing is hand-picked by feel and quality. Selecting natural fibres that stand the test of time and feel amazing to wear.

We are blessed at The Sound Temple to have Petra as an advocate and presenter in the Perth Hills as part of our Common Threads Woven Through Community Exhibition.

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A Pollination of Life | May 1st to 31st 2020

Common Threads Woven Through Community Project fosters a spirited environment in partnership with The Sound Temple to celebrate sustainability and the creative arts, cultural experiences, performance, workshops, temporary exhibitions and installations.

Common Threads Woven Through Community

This year we are weaving new locations into our rich programme to support and include other businesses, this event will be held at the business premises of Spotted – Upcycled Boutique 20 Old Perth Road, Bassendean.

Our 2020 theme embraces the inter connection of our living world the seen and unseen ‘The Pollination of Life’ exploring the underlying connections between, artists, creatives, sustainable enterprises and movements.  As we all carry a thread that collaboratively weaves the health and wellbeing of our collective future on this planet you will feel deeply inspired by being part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.

Start: 10:00am (arrive from 10:00am)
Ends: 2:00pm

Includes: Warming cups of organic tea and nourishing light lunch

To Bring: Please bring up to 3 pieces of clothing or wardrobe items that you would like advice and assistance with mending.  Bring along any sewing equipment and any matching thread and buttons.

There will be an extensive range of threads for you to use but please rumble through your button jar and bring some extras with you.

Location: Spotted – Upcycled Boutique 20 Old Perth Road, Bassendean

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May
31
Sun
2020
Sew the Soul @ The Sound Temple
May 31 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Contribution: $50 contribution
Event bookings are on hold at this time, we invite you to join our mailing list to keep up to date with changes to our event schedule.

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Common Threads Woven Through Community - Sew the Soul

Hands on Workshop

Sew the Soul – this is a fully immersive hands on workshop

A needle pulling thread is like a pollinator who touches ideas and brings them together in a freshly created form.

This hand stitching workshop offers possibilities for participants to stimulate their own creative practice and contribute to a group activity.

Anne Williams uses simple materials and her hands to create new forms.  She has a life-long love of making, using basic ‘domestic’ skills of sewing for her family, knitting, crocheting, weaving, spinning, plant dyeing, felting, simple book making, stitching, drawing with natural pigments and free form basketry.

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As one of the initial group that started the first Waldorf/Rudolf Steiner school in WA, she developed the craft curriculum and taught at the Perth Waldorf School for many years.

Since then she has taught children, adults and community workshops.

Anne has turned her focus to exhibiting her works, with solo exhibitions and she also participates in many group exhibitions.

Her most recent workshops have been

  • Sensing Stitch, workshop, The Sound Temple, Sawyers Valley, WA
  • Exploring Stitch, workshop, Midland Junction Arts Centre, WA
  • Birds, Bats and Bees, children’s workshop, Midland Junction Arts Centre, WA
  • Perth Waldorf School teachers’ PD, artistic activities, Bibra Lake

We are blessed at The Sound Temple to have Anne as an advocate and presenter in the Perth Hills as part of our Common Threads Woven Through Community Exhibition since its inception in 2018.

Common Threads Woven Through Community
A Pollination of Life | May 1st to 31st 2020

Common Threads Woven Through Community Project fosters a spirited environment in partnership with The Sound Temple to celebrate sustainability and the creative arts, cultural experiences, performance, workshops, temporary exhibitions and installations.

Our 2020 theme embraces the inter connection of our living world the seen and unseen ‘The Pollination of Life’ exploring the underlying connections between, artists, creatives, sustainable enterprises and movements. As we all carry a thread that collaboratively weaves the health and wellbeing of our collective future on this planet you will feel deeply inspired by being part of a continuing impulse of considerable change.

Common Threads Woven Through Community

Start: 10:00am (arrive from 9:45am)
Ends: 3:00pm

Includes: A delicious vegetarian soup served for lunch with endless cups of warming organic teas and coffee

To Bring: A sewing kit of needles, pins, scissors, thimble if you use one, a variety of threads and fabric scraps.
Bring plain (not patterned) cloth in natural fibres, pieces don’t need to be bigger than A3.
Think recycled household linens, OP shop finds, favourite clothing you no longer wear.
There will be some fabric and threads available at the workshop.

Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)

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Jun
14
Sun
2020
The Wisdom of Life – Ayurveda @ The Sound Temple
Jun 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

The Wisdom of Life - AyurvedaContribution $120 – This is a ticketed event, no door sales available.

A Day of Ayurveda – Practice and Theory

Winter is the perfect time to take a sneak peek at our Lifestyle and explore the aspects of Nourishment. Meta joins us to bring her wealth of knowledge to us through ‘A Day of Ayurveda’ with an inspiring day of yoga, breathing, meditation and some cooking.

Thousands of years before modern medicine provided scientific evidence for the mind-body connection, the sages of India developed Ayurveda, which continues to be one of the world’s most sophisticated and powerful mind-body health systems.

More than a mere system of treating illness, Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). It offers a body of wisdom designed to help people stay vibrant and healthy while realising their full human potential.

Health is fostered through the informed interaction of the individual with their diet, mental process, lifestyle and environment. Ayurveda teaches us how to sustain what is inborn: health in the individual, in society and for the planet. It enhances our connection to nature, the five elements and the vastness of life.

With a variety of experiential practices, you will have a platform to learn why by doing.

During the day you will have the opportunity to:

  • Explore Lifestyle with yoga asanas, breathing, meditation, chanting and partial self-massage
  • Explore Nourishment where you will prepare vegetable khichuri for lunch
  • Explore and understand the Basic Concepts of Ayurveda
  • Explore Mental Processes followed by Question and Answer time

Meta Doherty is an IYTA (Australia) Yoga Teacher, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant and author of two books – Sattwa Café and Ayurvedic Forever Wellbeing, A Treasury of Holistic Recommendations. Over the past 20 years, Meta has lived and celebrated the exquisite nature of these traditional teachings, which are applicable to everyone.

Start: 10:00 am, arrive from 9:45am
Finish: 4:30 pm
Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)
Included: A delicious Ayurvedic meal, morning and afternoon tea with endless cups of refreshments
To Bring: For your yoga session we recommend that you come dressed in comfortable clothing suitable for laying down. Blankets, mattresses, bolsters and cushions are all provided for your comfort.  Please wear shoes that are easy to slip off when you enter the space and bring an old towel and socks.

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