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Join us for a day dedicated to nurturing your hauora where you will take part in three workshops designed to help you connect with yourself and improve your wellbeing.
Yoga - Katie Deare of Sun Salute Yoga will lead us in the practice of Ashtanga Yoga. By linking breathing with movement, we will detoxify and vivify our bodies on all levels.
Nutrition - Katie will also teach us how to create replenishing and nutritious eats that our entire being will enjoy with a cooking lesson courtesy of Hearth Vegetarian Catering and Eatery.
Creativity - we will feed our hearts with a kindness in action workshop where you will be shown how to create arts and crafts, brought to you by the Waikato Microvolunteering Collective.
No matter where you are on your wellness journey, this is your chance for an all encompassing health boost. No more excuses. Sign up for our dreamshop and take the time to be well. You deserve it.
OUR WORKSHOP FACILITATOR
Katie has run Sun Salute Yoga since February 2007, where she started with classes at the St Johns Methodist Church Hall. Ashtanga Yoga has been a part of her life since 2006 when she completed a year long YA200 certificate course at the Yoga Academy in Auckland. Previous to this Katie had practiced and taught yoga in Australia for 10 years as a progression from classical ballet studies in the early 90’s. Katie has a passion for plant basedfood and is behind HEARTH, vegetarian eatery.
Chantelle Cobby is Seed Waikato’s behind the scenes miracle worker and super woman of many talents. Chantelle values passion, drive, ambition, balance, and she walks the talk. She’s the research powerhouse behind our Local Politics Report. Chantelle also invests her time in the Waikato Microvolunteering Collective: a team of volunteers completing small tasks that contribute to greater causes.