Saturday 31st March 18-19.30
(Full Moon, Spring Equinox)
Saturday 7th April 18-19.30
Investment 2000LKR / Kids 1000LKR
Immerse and disappear into the healing vibration of the Gong. The sound of the gong allows us to move beyond the boundaries of the mind. Please come join this extraordinary experience!
No previous yoga experience required.
DANCE & MOVEMENT
Friday 16th & 30th March 6-7.30pm
Come join us for 90 minutes of free-flow dance and
movement, influenced by the work of Gabrielle Roth, Authentic Movement,Conscious Movement and Improvisational Dance. It is
a time let loose, work out your body aches, explore your range of body movement from high energy to stillness, and just have fun. Come with an open mind and heart, with no plans or intentions, and let the music move in and out of you. Wear comfortable clothes.
No experience necessary.
Relieving tension in Neck and Shoilders
Sunday 18th 1-3pm
We will be focusing on stretching and opening up and realigning the neck, chest and shoulders. Whether its due to working at a computer, carrying kids, surfing or other kinds of repetitive strains I invite you to come along, realign and free up those wings and fly!
Workshop for Yoga Teachers
Sunday 25th March 1-3pm
...more Info to come....
30th April 1-3pm
EASTER SPECIAL -
Acro Yoga (& optional Surf Package)
Sunday, 1st of April
Footsteps to Freedom 2
A talk by Nivendra Uduman
Wednesday 7th 4pm
Community Event, free of charge
Nivendra Uduman, a Counseling Psychologist, Ranil Thilakaratne, Part of CCCline 1333 and Sara Nazoor, a trainee Psychologist will be walking around the coastal belt of Sri Lanka to raise awareness on mental health with a special focus on suicide prevention. This is a follow through from Footsteps to Freedom: A Walk Across Sri Lanka to Raise awareness on Mental Health, completed in September,2016.
They will be walking approximately 20km everyday for two months, speaking at planned and unplanned awareness raising sessions along the way. The Intention Their intentions are to connect deeply with people along the way, and to empower individuals and communities to break free from stigma and shame surrounding mental health problems. The team strongly believe that freedom comes from empowerment, so their passion is to build strong communities, and they hope for a resilient Sri Lanka.
The walk will also be in aid of two charities working with emotional well-being and suicide prevention in Sri Lanka. The CCCline and Shanthi Maargam. How you can help
Donate generously to the two charities we are helping.
Sponsor our gear and equipment
Help us find accommodation and food along the route.
Join us, walk with us, help us raise awareness on suicide prevention in Sri Lanka.
Spread the word- far and wide!