Learn to Yoga Workshop
Teacher: Leah Davies
Fee: $45


If you are brand newbie to yoga, or if it’s been some time between practices, or if you would like to go back to mastering the basics, this 2.5 hour workshop is for you.

Yoga, by definition, means union and during this workshop, you will learn the tools and understanding to build a strong foundation for connection to your body, mind and soul through asanas (physical postures), meditation and setting a sankalpa (an intention). You will learn:

• Warm ups to open the body
• Correct alignment in foundational yoga postures
• How and when to use props
• Breathing techniques (pranayama) to create heat and clear the mind
• How to sit in stillness and be
• And the 8 limbs of yoga (how to take your yoga off the mat)

We will combine what you have learnt into a 30 minute class. This is when your practice will truly integrate, and then close with a short Yoga Nidra (guided relaxation).

Join us for this friendly, fun and relaxed workshop, which will leave you feeling confident about attending yoga classes.

Wear comfortable clothing. No equipment is required – everything is provided at our studio.

Spots are limited to 12 people!

Let us know if you will be joining us.
Namaste & Aums




Freethinking Evenings: Aboriginal Country & Culture
Storyteller: Local Aboriginal man, Tim Selwyn, from Girri Girra
Host: Leah Davies
Fee: $10 (TBC – All proceeds donated)


Joan Didion once said that we tell ourselves stories in order to live. We too believe this to be true. Stories can soothe us, inspire us, frighten us, shock us and warm us. They are the currency we trade our feelings in. And most importantly, they bring us together. They create space to share experiences, learn from each other and leap into imagination, collectively. We think stories make the world a better place. This is what Freethinking Evenings are all about. Stories that inspire, challenge, and get us thinking in new ways.


At The Collective, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters of Australia, and pay respect to all Elders – past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge our gaps in knowledge and understanding when it comes to Aboriginal life and way of being, and invite Tim Selwyn, a local Aboriginal man and founder of Girri Girra to our studio to share his wisdom on the world’s oldest living culture. The lore, language and connection to the land has sustained Aboriginal culture for 65,000 years. Tim and his people are dedicated to its continuation, by living it and sharing it.

Come gather at the studio for an evening of storytelling, music, chai and discussion on country and culture. Tim will share stories with personal, cultural and modern day relevance as a way of unpacking, debunking and educating on matters common to us all.

All proceeds will be donated (TBC)

**This event is brought to you by Freethinker Co.

Meet Tim

Tim honours the ancient lore of his people and the spirits of his ancestors through art and teaching. Few know the land upon which they grow like Tim and his people. Along with a network of experts in cultural dancing, singing, bush medicine and tucker, Girri Girra is committed to sharing this knowledge through firsthand experience, guiding people through this ancient country, its history and customs. An experience with Girri Girra provides an unique insight into the world’s oldest living culture.

Let us know if you will be joining us.
Namaste & Aums



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