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New Year’s Eve Celebration 2020
Thursday 31 December, 2020
A Gathering of Sangha to Celebrate Connection and Inspire Hope
You are invited to join us at Anahata Yoga Retreat on December 31st to welcome in the New Year with spiritual family and friends in a collaborative event. We will take time to honour this past year with all of its challenges and triumphs and then focus on setting a new Sankalpa for 2021 to create fresh energy for the year ahead.
Yoga & Meditation Classes, a Cacao Ceremony, Kirtan & Midnight Havan will be offered at Anahata in collaboration with Nikolas from Yin Culture.
This will be a different kind of celebration from those in past years, as we will come together as a collective group and co-create this gathering together.
And, check out our Moving into the Holiday Season with Mindfulness Blog to learn more about how you can support yourself during an often busy & stressful time of year and mindfully engage with the holidays. Or read our New Year’s Eve Celebration Blog – A personal experience by Katyayani Heeramaneck.
Evening Program Only:
Recommended Koha/Donation of $20+
Recommended Koha/Donation of $30+
Accommodation: Beds will be available for those needing to stay the night. Please reserve your bed in advance. You must bring your own bedding (fitted sheet and pillow provided). Shared accommodation & camping only.
Food/Meals: Please bring a treat to share on New Year’s Eve and extra snacks for yourself. If staying over, please also bring something to contribute to a group brunch on New Year’s Day. We will cook and eat brunch together.
For more information and to book now, email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anahata Teachers – we have an ever-changing group of visiting and resident teachers at Anahata. All are well trained and knowledgeable in their field, and they will lead you through this retreat in a respectful and gentle manner, inspiring you to go deeper and explore what you find.
Yin Culture. The mission of Yin Culture is to be a harmonizing force in the world. Many Souls are finding it difficult to maintain their centre in this time of rapid change. Many yearn to return to the harmony of nature. It is these Souls for which Yin Culture is medicine. Yin Culture is based on Taoist and Tantric philosophy applied to modern culture. The practices draw from two sources: The modern practice of Yin Yoga, as taught by Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers. The ancient practices of Pranayama, and Meditation from Tantric Hatha Yoga.