A Month of Sundays with Soul Food for Port Stephens

There are people who believe that you can expand and connect your consciousness through mindfulness and movement and so with this belief, a team of passionate instructors have come together, uniting with The Change Maker Tribe for a not for profit charity event.

This month will see the collaboration of Port Stephen’s Yogi’s and Meditation Guru’s to bring you a month of soul food for your Sundays.

Rest, Restore and Flow Yoga and Be Now Meditation begins Sunday 30 October at 8.30am One Mile Beach, One Mile with teachers Aimee Angelique and Tara Lee Scott.

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$60 will give you the opportunity of 4 classes, 4 weeks and 4 experiences, changing you as you change the world.
9am 6 November Dutchies Beach, Nelson Bay will be the venue for Earth Grounding Hatha Yoga and Grounding Healing Meditation with teachers Meagan Harrap and Ashlea Lyons.

Sunday 4pm 13 October at Medowie Public School Hall will see Power Flow with Gavin Hodges.
Sunday 20 November in the Medowie Community Hall, the month concludes with B- Submerge Yin Bliss with instructor, Lisette B teaching.

Tara Scott is the Founder and Chief Change Warrior of the Change Maker Tribe, a heart centred mother of three.
Tara is passionate about “being” the change, creating change and contributing to change within today’s world.

“My hope is to bring the importance of self love and acceptance through this event, allowing people to take time out to nurture themselves to create inner change, growth and happiness,” Ms Scott told Bay News Of The Area.

“This I believe is potent power and energy that changes the world and then added to the magic of this event is that all funds will cause global changes in the lives of the girls who otherwise would not be given the chance of choice and education.”

“My aim is to show people that we all have the power within us to change the world and it doesn’t have to be serious or hard work but rather as simple as just showing up to yourself,” Tara Scott said.

All money raised from this event will be going towards educating girls in Uganda and Sierra Leone.
For more information please go to www.onegirl.org.au.

By Jewell DRURY

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