Ready for a break?
Need time to nurture yourself?
Love yoga, and always wanted to develop your practice but not quite sure how?
Join us at Jyoti River Healing & Yoga Studio, Dubbo, for seven days of total recharge.
Saturday: 07 September
07 00 - 09 00 am Pranayama & Asana with Rachel
09 00 - 10 00 am Breakfast
10 00 - 12 00 pm Self Knowledge with John
01 30 - 02 30 pm Mouna practice - time in silence to journal
02 30 - 04 30 pm Afternoon Tutorial
04 30 - 06 00 pm Ishta Mala practice and Yoga Nidra
06 00 - 07 00 pm Dinner
07 00 - 08 00 pm Kirtan (devotional chanting with Rachel & John
Invest in your health and well being, nurturing your body, mind and spirit.
More about Rachel:
Rachel is passionate about the deeper aspects of yoga and its ability to heal and inspire. She has spent the last 35 years practicing enthusiastically as well as teaching nationally (in Australia) and internationally since 1992. She has studied with some of the most influential teachers in the west as well as immersing herself in the study and assimilation of the classical system of knowledge called Vedanta, in the lineage of Adi Shankara. While living in New York from 2000–2004 Rachel met and mentored with ISHTA yoga founder Alan Finger which led to teaching in his studios for four years. There she co-created and coordinated their Teacher Training Program, becoming a senior facilitator and mentor. Rachel was diagnosed with diabetes in 2008 at the age of 42. Her book “Yoga for Diabetes, How to Manage Your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda is available from Amazon or where all good books are sold. Her classes are often described as a fluid mix of creative playful sequencing, meaningful insights and lighthearted fun.www.rachelzinmanyoga.com and www.yogafordiabetesblog.com
More about John:
John Weddepohl (Siddharthan) has always been blessed with teachers. One of few English speakers teaching Self Knowledge, John joins two of India’s time-honored traditions dating back to Indias great revivalist Adi Shankara and great Guru Boghanathar Siddha one of the 18 Tamil Siddhas. A talented musician from the age of seven, John found success as a singer, songwriter and later composing music for film and television. In 2004, John journeyed across India as a western sadhu. It is through the grace and blessing of his Master H.H. Sri Pujya Suddhananda Swamiji and the blessings of the Boghanathar Siddha tradition of Palani that John has been able to assimilate the wisdom of the Upanishads and share the secrets of Asta Yoga, the Yoga of Agastya. Self Knowledge by breaking the barrier of time has been uplifting humanity and resolving the problem of human suffering in India for countless generations.
John teaches the philosophy component on the Ishta System Mentorship Teacher Training, the Yoga Synergy teacher training and for Air Yoga in Munich. He has been featured on the Bali Spirit Festival, The Byron Spirit Retreat, The Berlin Yoga Festival, Bhakti Yoga Summer, Yoga Fest and taught workshops and retreats in the USA, India, Bali, Japan, Europe, South Africa and Australia since 2010. You can find out more about John at www.theyogaco.com/teacher