New Moon Restorative

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The new moon each month is the beginning of the lunar cycle. It is the best time to set intentions for the month ahead and create the structure and habits to ensure you are able to achieve your goals and live in allignment with your values.

It is the lunar time to plan and craft what kind of month you would like to have, to get a sense of what you would like to create and to let go off anything you are carrying that no longer serves you.

By timing our own cycles to the moon, our bodies will naturally recharge faster, giving us more energy for the rest of the month. 

Shortly after the new moon on Saturday April 22nd, Laura Luck will be hosting a Sound Bath with journeying meditation in the bush at Bunya.  Positioned shortly after the new moon eclipse, it will be the opportunity to release anything no longer needed and be ready to set intentions. 

In Astrology, the equinox marks the official beginning of the year and this sound bath is the perfect way to integrate your intentions for how you want to live for the rest of 2023.

The new moon in March in Aries with the Equinox finishes with the new moon in April with the eclipse, this lunar cycle of Aries new moons is a glimpse into the future.

Who and how you want to be living over the next few years, what you want to forge ahead with and where you want your focus to be will be highlighting in the upcoming lunar month.

The April Soundbath will be the opportunity to really integrate your intentions, having gleaned what you need to from this little lunar cycle.

Beginning with deep pranayama (breathwork) and a journeying meditation, this sound journey is an immersion into the vibrational energy of your being. 

In yoga, sound is one of the highest means of experience and practice. Known as Nada Yoga, it is the exploration of your physical self as sound. 

A Sound Bath is where you rest completely and allow the sounds to wash over and through you. Sound therapy has been used by many cultures throughout history as a means for deep healing. 

Laura accesses this wealth of knowledge and history in her sound journeys to help guide the mind and body through whatever it needs to release.

On the most basic level, a sound bath is a very deep meditation induced by sound, but often older injuries or wounds may reactivate to allow them to continue their healing where it may have halted. As an experience, sound baths are a very deep relaxing meditation; but many have very personal responses in accordance to their own needs.

Laura has been teaching yoga internationally and locally for over 13 years. Trained at the foot of enlightened master Clarissa Mitchell for 3 years in the UK before embarking on her 200 hr teacher training at the Unity School in Brighton in 2009, Laura's focus in yoga has always been mastering the mind as a means of self mastery.

A vipassana meditator and Raja yoga practitioner, sound healing is a natural extension of her yoga practice spanning over 27 years.

One of the first teachers to teach yin yoga in Brisbane, Laura completed her training in Sound Healing through Shift Meditation in Amsterdam and with Dr John Beaulieu through the Shift Network. 

Peter H.

Having never practiced yoga before I was pleasantly surprised by the relaxed, friendly and caring approach that Laura took when I first started. I attend 2 classes a week and look forward to the sense of calm and mindfulness I experience after each one. Well done Laura and keep up the great work!

Camilla. C

In a world where traditional, non-competitve yoga is rapidly getting lost to yoga combined with aerobics + cross fit I was rapidly becoming disinterested in yoga. And then I found Laura! Laura keeps the soul in the yoga practice. My body feels stronger and healthier and just as importantly, so does my mind! Laura is a fantastic yoga instructor.