Kathy Stephenson and Helen Morrison formed The Quiet Zone in 2021 to share their passion for live harp music played in therapeutic contexts, including health and wellbeing settings.
The Quiet Zone is a safe space for relaxation restoration and coming back to centre. Be captivated by the beauty of live harp music while being guided through a range of meditative activities, including mindfulness, meditation, stillness, poetry, movement, soundscapes and art.
Helen (music educator) and Kathy (counsellor) are experienced workshop presenters and bring a wealth of wisdom and knowledge to create an emotionally safe and held space. Participants are invited, through the healing power of the harp, to reconnect with the self and restore a sense of balance within a nurturing and soothing atmosphere.
Kathy is a well-known counsellor operating her private counselling practice ‘Tulip Tree Therapy’ in the Huon Valley and consults with clients in various locations in Hobart.
Helen runs a successful music studio in South Hobart teaching harp piano and cello. She enjoys walks in nature and in her spare time presents a radio show ‘Mostly Folk on Hobart FM.
Kathy and Helen look forward to welcoming you to The Quiet Zone at the Hobart Breathing Space on Friday October 15 2021 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Bookings https://www.trybooking.com/BTZJR ($35)
Enjoy some restful time out and relax to the sound of the beautiful harp in a guided setting.
The Ashtanga Primary Series is called “Yoga Chikitsa” or yoga therapy.
As a postural sequence, it is designed to tone the nervous system, build strength, and cultivate flexibility.
The class will be guided at a slow and steady pace with adaptations to make it accessible for all — whether you are just starting out or familiar with the practice.
$15 Casual. Please book in advance as there is limited space.
Contact Meghan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0459 606 053.
At Hobart Breathing Space this term we also have the lovely Eri Mullooly-Hill Konishi with her Befriending Our Bodies classes. These classes provide a space for people to tune into their body and cultivate body awareness.
The class follows a simple structure and is guided through various movements incorporating some of the elements we find in Yoga and meditation, holding the Dance Movement Psychotherapy approach at its heart.
There is no need for previous experience and you are invited to join within your body limits (through listening to your body).
Come along and try. All welcome. Love and Light, Julie
Please contact Eri on 0491 612 537 for details
I am so happy to announce that from August October 2021 Hobart Breathing Space regular Lauren Burke will be offering a monthly women’s yoga circle.
This women’s yoga circle offers you a chance to restore, replenish and rejuvenate your whole being through authentic self-expression and exploration. This is a space for you to deep dive into our inherent interconnectedness, to learn from and feel the support of other women. Each circle will be themed around an intention or topic, to be explored through a combination of yoga and movement, reflective meditations, creative practices and a safe container for sharing together.
We circle together to be seen, to have our stories heard and to be celebrated and supported in our truest expression. There is no pressure to share, witnessing is welcome too.
Practices will be gentle and restorative and all ages and levels of experience are welcome.
What’s included: Each month with be a little different but will typically include a combination of a supportive sharing/discussion space, gentle hatha yoga or other movement, meditation and pranayama, yoga nidra to allow the nervous system to rest and restore, journalling practice, ritual and intention setting, chai and herbal tea.
Investment: $25-$35 sliding scale (pay what feels right for you)
For bookings or info text Lauren on 0401448214.
Love and Light,
Sacred Seeds Yoga School's next holistic yoga teacher training program will begin in Spring 2021.
We will prepare you to deeply reflect and investigate your own practice and inner life while also giving you the tools to share those insights and the knowledge of yoga with others.
Our training includes techniques in Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Restorative and Prenatal! You will learn the difference in these styles and, depending on your own goals and desires you will learn the art of teaching them. Our training is designed to be unique to each student providing intimate one-on-one work alongside group dialogue and learning.
We've graduated over 45 teachers now and most of those students are teaching yoga in their own businesses or in local yoga communities around Hobart. We're dedicated to your journey and you flourishing as a yoga practitioner and teacher.
For more information or to apply go to https://www.bijayogatas.com/ssys-teacher-training. You can also contact us via email email@example.com
Welcome to Hobart Breathing Space!
I hope you will see it as your space and your community, dedicated to supporting you along YOUR path to healing and wholeness.
Interestingly, our word HEALTH comes from the Anglo Saxon word HALE meaning WHOLE (as in “hale and hearty “). To be healthy is to be whole, so come along and explore our winter offerings in the Space. I feel sure they’ll support your well-being and nourish your soul in the cold, dark days ahead.
As well as our regular Yoga classes with Lauren, Leela and myself, we also have Breathwork sessions available with Ninna and a range of counselling and psychotherapy sessions.
From the beginning of June, Hobart Breathing Space also welcomes Eri Mullooley-Hill Konishi with her Befriending Our Bodies program on Monday evenings.You can read about Eri and find her contact details on the “Our People “ page.
In July we’re excited to welcome Melbourne duo Paul Williamson and Dee Gutierrez for a series of Past Life and Evolutionary Astrology workshops. Topics include The Alchemy of Manifestation and The Origins Of Our Soul. More details will be available shortly on our Facebook page. You can check out Paul and Dee at www.soulhypnotherapy.com and www.soulcompass.com.
In August we’re delighted to have Meghan Powell for a series of Sunday mornings diving deep into the practice of Ashtanga Yoga. Suitable for both beginners and more experienced students these workshops will explore Ashtanga Vinyasa as a systematic approach to harmonising movement, breath, and gaze to cultivate strength, flexibility, and transformation of body and mind. You can check out Meghan and find her contact details on the “Our People” page or get to know her through the Ashtanga Dispatch Podcast she hosts with her mum Peg Mulqueen.
May the blessings of Winter be with you,