"What you are you already are. By knowing what you are not you are free of it and remain in your own natural state. It all happens quite spontaneously and
“What you are you already are. By knowing what you are not you are free of it and remain in your own natural state. It all happens quite spontaneously and effortlessly” Nisardagatta Maharaj.
The practices of yoga are for the mind – they help to make the mind more sattwic (calm), this sets up a condition where realisation of our natural free state is more likely. Practices of self enquiry and meditation are part of the yoga tradition and help to develop strength and clarity in thinking and emotions. Our retreats give a nice opportunity to experience this freedom and are suitable for beginners and experienced students alike.
The retreat is facilitated by Tam James – a physiotherapist, senior yoga teacher with Yoga Australia (www.yogaaustralia.org.au) and yoga therapist with AAYT. She has been practising yoga and meditation since 1994. She acknowledges many inspiring teachers for a sadhana of Yoga, Vedanta and Tantra. She also has training in the western psychological therapy – ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). By the grace of her teachers she has shared her understanding with her students since 1998. Her passion for retreat is to support people to go deeper into the practices of these ancient traditions in the precious environment of a silent retreat.
3 (Friday) 4:00 pm - 6 (Monday) 2:00 pm