Yoga & Self Healing

Your teacher

Tash Domonkos
See below for more details!

When

Saturday, 21st October
3.00pm – 5.00pm

Price

$49 per person (14 people max per workshop) 

Where

Beginner Yogi Yoga Studio, Karori

Workshop Details

This experiential workshop combines yoga, meditation, mindfulness and self inquiry to initiate the self healing process…

Join Tash as she shares her personal self healing practice with participants in a safe and supportive space.

The workshop (set around the New Moon) includes a Yin Yang style of yoga that incorporates flow and stillness, meditation, mindfulness and self inquiry.

You will be guided through the process of seeing what isn’t working and what it is time to let go of in order to surrender and create space.

You can join this workshop with physical and/or emotional self healing intentions, please note: we are initiating the self healing process, not performing miracles! Work will need to be done, but you will guided and supported through out the workshop.

What you need: your self healing intention and an open heart, comfortable clothing (layers are good), a journal and pen.

We will provide: a safe and supportive environment for you to be in, yoga mats, blankets, water etc.

 

Tash's mission is to help NZ breathe, move and feel better! Her classes always have an element of mindfulness as Tash believes from experience that mindfulness techniques are simple to learn and powerful to experience. She teaches regularly at the Beginner Yogi studio in Karori and has an online yoga membership (BYOM) for Kiwi's wanting to enjoy a regular yoga practice from the comfort of their own home.

Meet Tash Domonkos

Tash’s mission is to help NZ breathe, move and feel better! Her classes always have an element of mindfulness as Tash believes from experience that mindfulness techniques are simple to learn and powerful to experience. She teaches regularly at the Beginner Yogi studio in Karori and has an online yoga membership (BYOM) for Kiwi’s wanting to enjoy a regular yoga practice from the comfort of their own home.