Winter Wellness Workshops in Upper Moutere

Winter Wellness Workshops in Upper Moutere


Dip your Toe in Holistic Health – Thursday July 23rd 7 – 8.30pm $10
A chance to hear about 3 avenues to help yourself to stay in balance. A dash of yoga – what, how and why (and lets try a few postures!); a glimpse into the Hakomi Method – a gentle, mindfulness therapy; and a splash of herbal medicine – how it works, why it is different (and lets sample some potions!)


Taste Yoga – Beginners Workshop – Saturday July 25th 9 – 10.30am $15
A gentle introduction into the basics of yoga. A chance to get on a yoga mat and learn a few moves. Suitable for complete beginners, stiff people, blokes, seniors…anyone curious to find out what yoga might offer.


Digesting Yoga – Intermediate Ashtanga Workshop – Saturday August 1st 8 – 11am $25
For those who have done some yoga and would like to go a little further. Dropping more deeply into asana (poses), chanting and an introduction to the yoga sutras (philosophy). Includes an Ayurvedic brunch.


Functional Fertility – Monday August 3rd 7 – 9pm $20
Explore women’s reproductive cycles and gain an understanding of how to recognise different phases of fertility. Learn about the valuable information you can gain by observing your body and charting your cycles, and some natural remedies that might be useful too. Based on Natural Fertility Management (NFM) as developed by naturopath and author Francesca Naish. NFM can be used for effective natural contraception, overcoming fertility problems and pre-conception health care for healthy pregnancies and babies. Men welcome to attend! Ange Palmer is a trained NFM practitioner.


Yeah But What can I Do? (Exploring Our Responses to Environmental Calamity; A Community Conversation) Sunday August 2nd 4 – 6pm Koha
Ever felt confused, overwhelmed, grief stricken or outright pissed off about our abuse of Mother Earth? Wondering where it will all lead?
As a group lets explore how we might face our future while thriving. How do we respond psychologically, physically, emotionally and spiritually to the fact that our life support systems are so threatened? How might we stay strong and react positively in these challenging times to help move humanity towards a more sustainable future?


Ange Palmer has a unique perspective on this important topic. Weaving her experience as a Medical Herbalist, student and teacher of Ashtanga Yoga and Co-Producer of the award-winning climate justice documentary 2 Degrees, she offers the opportunity to cultivate this dialogue publicly as part of her ongoing work.

Stan van Uden is a body-oriented therapist working with the Hakomi Method. He has been exposed to many therapeutic models and has found Hakomi to be the most beneficial, gentle and profound. He utilises Hakomi techniques in his personal and working life, engaging with both groups and individuals. Stan is also an outdoor guide.


Venue for all : The Woolshed, Lancewood Villa, Kelling Rd, Upper Moutere.

Due to space limitations bookings are required.
Please email your name, contact phone number and the workshops you would like to attend.

Or phone 03 553 0353.