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Bass Coast Yoga Festival at Inverloch Community Hub on 7 - 8 May 2022
Yoga festival that combines a unique mix of Yoga and wellness in the seaside hamlet of Inverloch, a weekend of rejuvenation & reconnection comes to Inverloch.
After a challenging year for our minds and bodies, the Bass Coast Yoga Festival is delighted to announce its return to Inverloch for 2022. We invite everyone to join us for this chance to reconnect, heal and share the joy of Yoga together. The festival caters for both absolute beginners and seasoned yogis with over thirty different classes, from challenging Yoga flows to blissful, relaxing Yin Yoga.
Roll out your mat or towel, relax your breath and enjoy the mindful practice of yoga, you can simply do you own thing, or try one of the many online guided practices available
Perfect yoga holiday
Participants can build their festival itinerary and sample different styles of Yoga throughout the day, all presented by experienced local and interstate instructors. The festival is the perfect yoga holiday we all deserve, offering participants a space to de-stress and reconnect mind, body & soul. Festival organiser Roise Richards says, "What sets the festival apart is the diversity of wellness offerings and the experienced yoga and meditation teachers all together in one place."
The Bass Coast Yoga Festival is created by Rosie Richards who is deeply passionate about the practice of Yoga, and making it accessible for everyone. She loves to bring communities together and make a space for people to go deeper into their practice or begin a new journey.
It's a festival that gives people a chance to nourish themselves and care for their body, mind and spirit. The festival also enables local yoga instructors & businesses to connect with visitors and the wider yogic community.
Matty Rainbow (Byron Bay)
Matty Rainbow is incredibly passionate about health, wellness and longevity. He is also the co-founder of Sound Healing Australia - a platform in which the essence of Sound is explored within events, training and workshops. Matty is passionate about utilising tools, experiences and connections with others to deepen and expand personally whilst activating and inspiring change in the world.
Matty Rainbow is a Byron Bay based, Kinesiologist and Sound Healer. He is also a Kahuna bodyworker and has extensively practised energy healing through a range of modalities
Renee Italia (Inverloch)
It was this magical feeling that landed Renee on a quest to India where she completed her first yoga teacher training. While she never intended to teach yoga, she found herself leading friends, through practices in her lounge room.
Renee went on to deepen her studies in yoga along with Reiki, Thai Yoga Massage and as an Integrative Health Practitioner. In 2018, Renee opened her intimate home studio in Melbourne. More recently, her internal GPS has called her closer to nature, where she now lives on the Bass Coast with her husband in Inverloch.
Renee Italia was drawn to the yoga mat 10 years ago when living a high paced lifestyle, in Singapore, she gives yoga credit for bringing her back to her childlike intuitive wisdom
Full list of presenters and event program at Bass Coast Yoga Festival page. For interviews or more information, (Number not for publication thanks):
- What: Bass Coast Yoga Festival
- When: May 7th-8th
- Where: Inverloch Community Hub, 16 A'Beckett Street, Inverloch, VIC
- Contact person: Rosie Richards
- Contact phone: 0413 270 756
- Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All sessions are included with entry so you can enjoy dynamic flows, gentle yoga, yin, vinyasa, yoga nidra, kundalini, hatha and much more, all at your own pace. Then bliss out with live soundbaths or go deeper with meditations and workshops.
Pictures from Bass Coast Shire website.
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