Dreamtime Full moon Yoga: Finding Grace

Saturday 31st Mar 2018

Float with us through 2 hours of restorative yoga, pranayama (breathwork) and guided meditation with Tracy Chambers accompanied by the sublime vibrations of didgeridoo (yidaki), djembe drum, singing bowl with Scott Romain. We will also be blessed with the divine and celestially inspired vocal offerings of Leigh Surland. 

To gently move and breath in these powerful vibrations is a divine experience not to be missed ♥ All welcome ♥

It’s been a telling time in the heavens these past months, planetary eclipses, a trilogy of Super Moons, Blood Moon, Blue Moons; a cosmic maelstrom plunging into our lives with its shift and change of energy, recoil and rise. For some it has felt like a rollercoaster, for others an overwhelming difficulty to settle amidst this planetary wash.

The time has come to embrace the final Blood Moon of the year, to find center and rest. Like the Lunar Moth attracted to the moon and its light, we will gather to rest deeply and explore our own duality: the dark and the light, the soft and the luminous. The season welcomes us now to drop the excesses of Summer and like the leaves on a tree, fall into grace. 

As with previous events, part proceeds go to Take Three For The Sea for their tireless work in educating the masses on the impact of plastic pollution on our ocean ecosystems.

Cancellation up to 48 hours prior to event date is possible subject to a $5 cancellation fee. Less than 48 hours’ notice of cancellation is only possible if we can fill your place from a wait-list.


So who are we?….Tracy and Scott share a 25 year friendship based on mutual respect, many life adventures and co-creating together.

Tracy is passionate about teaching and practicing yoga and the path of personal responsibility for health and wellbeing. Her interest in indigenous culture started young and was inspired by time spent living with remote indigenous communities in Arnhem Land and Gove in NT and in remote north of Western Australia. Her other passion is fostering care for our home, planet Earth. As a Marine and Freshwater Ecologist and ocean-lover she works closely with communities to foster nature rejuvenation projects.

Scott is a spirited Didge player raising his own awareness with indigenous culture. He is truly respectful of tribal lore. Being raised by the ocean & the bush has given him a deep appreciation of nature. Scott has been exploring meditation for the past 25 years and more recently using the sounds of Drum, Yidaki (Didgeridoo) & Singing Bowl leading to a profound and moving experience.

The birth of Dreamtime Yoga and Didgeridoo events in 2015 has been a natural evolution of the work Tracy and Scott have done together and as individuals for many years ♥


Saturday 31st Mar 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


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