Join us from anywhere for a 3 week Sadhana Immersion with Summer Goddesses : Monday & Thursday 6.30 am – 7.30 am AEST
Course starting on 21/11/22 till 8/12/22
I really enjoyed the class this morning, but more than that, it was very powerful and uplifting energy and is clearly an excellent start to the week.I really love your use of music. It creates a beautiful atmosphere and a sense of rhythm and that extra sensory connection with movement and goddesses.Thank you so much! My heart is smiling 🙂
Pari Gilmour ( 2022 Sadhana with Goddesses student)
A Goddess is…
A Goddess is a woman who feels that her essence is Divine, Loving, Wild and Compassionate. She desires to awaken to her full potential, to express her authentic self, to embrace all he parts of who she is, to connect with her inner wisdom and with her intuition. She knows that her relationship with herself determines the quality of her relationships with the outer world and with others. She is committed to her growth from a compassionate place.
The most powerful and life changing thing we can give to ourselves is having a morning practice. In yogic terms we call a spiritual practice Sadhana. We practice intentionally.
Do you know that the happiest people and the most successful people start their day with a spiritual practice?
Creating the life that we want begins with who we are at the core. And who we are determines what we attract, what we manifest and how we experience life.
Having a regular Sadhana practice can helps us become more of who we want to become so we can create our life from who we are. Having a REGULAR Daily practice is the best gift you can give yourself to feel more grounded, beautiful and experience more ease even when challenges arise in your day!
This specific morning class is designed for all women who desire to awaken their inner Goddess and bring her into their day!
The class is open to ALL women with or without experience in Sadhana practices. All you need is the commitment to show up for yourself.
What does a session look like?
- We begin with a seated practice called Kriya, we then embark on specific asanas, movements, breath and sound practices.
- You will be invited to chant a goddess mantra and at times a free flow dance or mudras ( hand gestures) will shape the intention of your day.
- We will complete with a womb meditation to help you feel grounded, secure, and creative.
- Each class invites the energy of a Goddess that we will infuse into our practices.
Monday 21 November : Aditi
The Hindu Goddess Aditi is the guardian of all light. She is a primeval goddess and mother of many gods, known as the Adityas. Aditya (singular) is a name of the sun. She assists the sky, supports all existence, and nurtures the earth. It is believed that before the creation, the universe was inside the womb of goddess Aditi. She is called upon for freedom from different hindrances and difficulties, especially from misalignments and discomfort.
Thursday 24 November : Shakti
Shakti, one of the most important goddesses in the Hindu pantheon, represents the divine cosmic energy of feminine energy and the dynamic forces that move through the universe. Shakti, who is responsible for creation and can also be an agent of change, is often manifested to destroy demonic forces and restore balance. She is called upon for transformation, life force, feminine empowerment, creativity, strength, fertility and protection.
Monday 28 November : Bridgid
Brigid is the Celtic goddess who represents the essence of inner dawn, the first rays of light and the healing that comes from knowing that the best is yet to come. She is associated with wisdom, poetry, healing, protection, high rising flames, and domesticated animals. Brigid reminds us that darkness never last and that each day id filled with light. She is called upon for hope and re-direction towards the light.
Thursday 1 December : Saint Brigid of Kildare
Brigid was born in 453 in Ireland. She shares the name of the Celtic goddess Brigid and took on many of the same attributes. She was the daughter of an enslaved woman named Brocca. Saint Brigid is call upon to support us living in alignment with our higher self, in connection with spirit, enlivening our inner wealth. She represents the elevated state of knowing that we have all that we ever need.
Monday 5 Dec : Hestia
The Greek goddess of the hearth-fire and home, also known as Vesta in the Roman pantheon. Her name translates as ‘fireplace’ or ‘altar’. She is the personification of the sacred fire that sits in someone’s home. She represents the fire that grounds us. She is called upon for warmth, safety, sheltering, community. She invites us to tend to our own inner fire. The one that brings us Home.
Thursday 8 December : Amaterasu
The Shinto solar goddess has the rising sun as her symbol, which is depicted on Japan’s flag. She is adored by her people, and is known for her compassion and heartfelt presence. She is a prominent goddess, and considered as one of the “Three Precious Children” of the creator god Izanagi. The other two were her sister, the moon deity Tsukuyomi, and her brother, the storm god Susanoo.
“I am Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun, dawn and light. I bring hope and the day to deliver those oppressed by darkness from the thick and dark nights. There has never been a day when the night could stop the light from coming and bring the morning with hope. And there is no problem that light cannot overcome.”
Join us every Monday & Thursday 6.30 am – 7.30 am
Starting Monday 21 November till 8th December
Contribution: $175 ( early bird by 17/11) ; $187