New Year’s Eve Celebration
Saturday 31 December, 2022
Join an inspired group this New Year’s Eve to bring in the new year using sound vibration practices and an ancient fire ceremony. Focus on inviting positive change into your life. Bring in the new year with Akhanda Kirtan and Havan, four hours of inspirational chanting and ceremony to set your intentions for the year.
If you are interested in attending the Creating Change New Year Retreat – visit our Creating Change New Year Retreat event page.
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.
The Celebration Includes:
– Akhanda Kirtan
– Chai & Sweets
– Candle Lighting Ceremony
– Midnight Havan
Investment: NZD $75.00
For bookings & enquiries, please email: email@example.com
Swami Karma Karuna Saraswati is an engaging, intuitive yoga and meditation teacher, inspirational speaker, writer and IAYT certified Yoga Therapist with 30 years of experience in the yoga field including significant training in India including ongoing visits and guidance with her teachers from the Bihar School of Yoga. She is also certified by Yoga Alliance as an Education Provider) and is a senior teacher of Yoga Australia and Yoga New Zealand.
A Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal Communications with a minor in Psychology determined an early interest in working with groups and individuals. Swami Karma Karuna specializes in a range of areas including stress and emotion management, Restorative Therapeutic Practices, Yoga Psychology and Women’s Health. She is also a co-founder and director of Anahata Yoga Retreat, New Zealand and travels throughout the world, leading workshops on yoga therapy topics, training yoga teachers, presenting at international events, guiding retreats and offering therapeutic one-to-one yoga sessions.
Swami Karma Karuna is passionate about sharing an authentic and down-to-earth approach, weaving together ancient practices with a touch of psychology and brain science aimed at motivating people to live their yoga here and now. Several guided practice MP3 tracks including Hatha Yoga classes, Yoga Nidra and Meditation techniques are available through the Anahata Yoga Retreat website and articles on a variety of subjects can be read in the Australian Yoga Life Magazine.