Online Retreat: Healing Country
Wednesday 28th July to Sunday 1st August or Weekend Friday 30th -August 1.
Full retreat:Wednesday 4-5.30,Thursday-Saturday 7-8am 8.30-10.30, 4-5.30,Sunday 7-8am,8.30-10.30
Weekend: Friday evening 4-5.50, Saturday 7-8am 8.30-10.30, 4-5.30, Sunday 7-8am,8.30-10.30
Cost: Full $360 Weekend $180
Payment: Bank transfer only
Proedrion: BSB: 062245 Account number: 10392190
Include your name and HC code in email.
Yanada retreat 13-16th September
(St Albans NSW)
Three nights, Four days. Monday arrive 3pm leave after lunch Thursday.
Expressions of interest! $950
Winter Broome Retreat
Contact: Kaya Wilkin; email@example.com
Perth Intensive mornings
24 -29th August
Contact- Ashlea firstname.lastname@example.org
Lennox Head Retreat
Lennox Head retreat November 4-7 2021
We have secured dates for the next Lennox Head retreat which will once again be held in the Conference Centre at the Lake Ainsworth Sport & Recreation Centre. The four-day retreat will commence on Thursday, 4 November at 2pm and finish at 12 noon on Sunday, 7 November.
The tentative program is:
Thursday, 4 November, 2-6pm – Asana/Workshop
Friday, 5 November – 8-9am Sitting/Pranayama; 9.30-12.00 – Asana class; 2-4.30pm – Restorative
Saturday, 6 November – 8-9am Sitting/Pranayama; 9.30-12.00 – Asana class; 2-4.30pm – Restorative
Sunday, 7 November – 8-9am Sitting/Pranayama; 9.30-12.00 – Asana class.
On Saturday, there will be a group lunch on site and on Sunday you will have the choice of watching a movie or making your own arrangements during the break.
The cost of the retreat (without accommodation) will be $685 which includes yoga, contribution to room hire and lunch on Saturday. A deposit of $200 is required by 31 July 2021 to secure your spot. Full payment will be due by 30 September 2021. Please make your deposit to:
BSB 062 245
Acc 1039 2190
This year we would like to deal with accommodation separately.
Accommodation for four people per cabin is available onsite. Four of these cabins cost $170 per night (ie $42.50 per person per night), and another four larger cabins cost $235 per night (ie.$58.75 per person per night). All have two single beds per room. If you already have a group with whom you would like to share a cabin please advise Helen as soon as possible which of these two choices you would like. Please note if you want a share a cabin with a particular group but have fewer than four people that you will need to meet the full cost of the cabin as the venue does not do pro rata.
Equally, if you want accommodation onsite please also contact Helen no later than 31 July 2021 so she can let the venue know. Helen will then facilitate full payment for accommodation for those staying on site. For those not staying on site please ensure to book early as the Lennox Head region can get busy at this time of year.
We will be in touch again soon with more information but if you have any questions in the meantime please don’t hesitate to come back to Helen or myself.
Deposit to hold a space $200.
Full payment due 30th October
Victor Frankl ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’ – talks about the meaning of life?
“I doubt whether a doctor can answer this question in general terms. For the meaning of life differs from man to man, from day to day and from hour to hour. What matters, therefore, is not the meaning of life in general but rather the specific meaning of a person’s life at a given moment. To put the question in general terms would be comparable to the question posed to a chess champion: “Tell me, Master, what is the best move in the world?” There simply is no such thing as the best or even a good move apart from a particular situation in a game and the particular personality of one’s opponent. The same holds for human existence. One should not search for an abstract meaning of life. Everyone has his own specific vocation or mission in life to carry out a concrete assignment which demands fulfillment. Therein he cannot be replaced, nor can his life be repeated. Thus, everyone’s task is as unique as is his specific opportunity to implement it.”
― Viktor E. Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning