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Yoga Moves and Soothing Tunes for Slater

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Held in loving memory of Kristie Powell, whose life was tragically taken on 4th October 2018, and to raise funds to support her gorgeous five-month-old son, Slater. A flowing yoga practice of balance, stretch and strength by yoga teacher and exercise physiologist, Lis White, will conclude with a rejuvenating sound journey by sound therapist, Glenn Brace, using instruments like guitar, gongs and crystal singing bowls. All proceeds donated to Slater.

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WHAT TO EXPECT: Held on the stunning deck of Novotel Wollongong Northbeach, beautiful acoustic tunes of Glenn Brace and Stephen Talty will welcome you upon arrival. You will then be guided through a flowing yoga practice by accomplished yoga teacher and exercise physiologist, Lis White. To conclude, musician and sound therapist, Glenn Brace (Embraced Sound Healing), will take you on a restful and rejuvenating sound journey using various instruments like guitar, gongs and crystal singing bowls.

WHAT TO BRING: If possible, please bring a yoga mat. A small number of mats will be available to borrow – please message or call Diana Timmins on 0408 850 920 to secure one if needed. You may also like to bring an eye pillow (or towel, jumper, something similar) to place over your eyes when we lay down to rest.

DONATION DROP-OFF: If you would like to donate something extra in terms of necessities to lighten the load for the Powells, there will be a drop-off space to deposit welcomed offerings like Karicare formula (stage 1 only please), disposable walker nappies (13kgs+), cloth nappies and non-perishable baby foods.

BOOKINGS & QUESTIONS: Tickets are $35 each. Places are limited due to space restrictions, so please book via TryBooking ASAP! Contact Diana Timmins on 0408 850 920 or if you have any questions, or are unable to attend but would like to make a donation.

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