Spend an evening with like-minded souls as we all stoke our inner flames through authentic connection, sound and Mindful Movement.
Mindful Movement is a practice that I have been evolving for some time now. Picture a guided mindfulness meditation that allows for movement and physical expression. The practice is guided throughout but the movement is all intuitive and you are free to move as much or as little as you please. Mindful Movement is a powerful method to let go of unwanted thoughts, limiting self-beliefs and to draw in strength and energy. There is no need for prior meditation experience as we will all be moving at our own pace.
Take your shoes off. Shake off your restrictions. Set yourself free.
Connect with beautiful people in a creative and supportive community where authenticity is imperative.
Your evening will be guided by your host, Logan Pike (more info below).
The Lotus Room
Kawai Purapura, Retreat Centre 14 Mills Lane, Albany North Shore, Auckland, 0632 New Zealand
Date & Time
September 26, 2020, 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Logan Pike is a regular yoga instructor at various studios around Auckland. ReWild is a culmination of everything he has learned from his time spent in New Zealand, Australia and India practicing yoga, meditation and breathwork. He has a strong focus on community and sharing teachings that reach far beyond the mat.
Arrival and registration
Please arrive between 6:15 and 6:25 pm to ensure we are all in on time and no one gets stuck outside.
Opening the space
Opening meditation to set a group intention for the evening.
We will spend the rest of the evening journeying through sound and guided mindful movement. Logan's mindful movement practice is much like a guided meditation that incorporates the body as we move through various different soundscapes. This intuitive practice is accessible to all and requires no prior yoga or meditation experience. The practice is designed to release stress and stimulate creativity, openness and an abundant sense of personal freedom.
Grounding Yin & Meditation
The evening will end with a grounding yin and meditation session to bring all that energy back in to the body and to settle any raised nerves.
Closing the space
We will finish by opening the space to share any thoughts, feelings or questions about the experience before heading back out into the world a little more free.