We’re very happy to announce that we will be returning to Luminate Festival from
30th January – 6th February 2019
Luminate is a vibrant New Zealand summer festival of cutting-edge live & electronic music, visual & performing arts, inspirational workshops, pioneering innovations and environmental initiatives.
Our stall will be based in the Village Market – providing a wide choice of healthy food & refreshments, arts & crafts, music and entertainment.
We will be bringing along a small crew from Anahata to teach traditional yogic practices to help bring your festival experience into balance. Practices include Asana, Pranayama, Yoga Nidra, Havan, Chanting, Kirtan (devotional call and response chanting) and Meditation.
Our sessions at Luminate are designed to give you a taster of these essential tools to help you see / fulfil your greatest potential and uncover your true nature. We hope to leave you feeling inspired to imbibe them into your everyday daily rythmn. This, we’re confident will aid you to feel intuitively into the flow of life, enabling you to enjoy a content and fulfilled life.
Anahata Schedule of Events:
For full details of each event, click here >
We look forward to seeing you there!
Swami Karma Karuna, founding member and director of Anahata Yoga Retreat, NZ, is an engaging, intuitive yoga teacher with more than 25 years of training and experience. She specialises in therapeutic applications of yoga, yoga nidra relaxation and pranic practices and shares in a simple and practical way, inspiring people to access and apply yogic practices in their own lives.
With experience in Hatha Yoga and traditional yogic cleansing techniques, Swami Gurubhakta brings 20 years of experience with him to Anahata. Having trained for his Diploma in Australia, he has spent most of his time throughout the years serving in ashrams between Australia and India, sharing his knowledge of traditional Yoga teachings and practices. He more recently focuses on Pranayama, Meditation and Yoga Nidra with experience in working in disability support. Member of SYTA.
Featuring Special Guest
Prosad, the ‘Jimi Hendrix of electric sitar’ is an international, spiritual musician full of good vibrations. He’s a multi-instrumentalist and singer who has travelled the world sharing his unique blend of sitar, guitar, reggae and world music. Inspired by legends like George Harrison, Prosad seeks to create a spiritual vibration in the mainstream music of his generation by blending Indian instruments with the western influences of rock, reggae, folk and blues. Find out more information about him here >
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