Natural Therapy and Wellbeing Workshops & Events in Launceston & Tasmania.
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10-14 May 2018: Bay of Fires Nature Immersion
We invite you on a very special journey within the breathtaking Bay of Fires on the north-east coast of Tasmania. A 5 day nature immersion designed to collectively facilitate a state of quiet connection with ourselves, each other and the landscape. This is created through hiking, stories and conversations in nature, facilitated practices, yoga and meditation. The trip is a modest, grounded and earthy proposal to enliven the way we show up to the world.
Josh and Amalia at the Annexe Theatre
An integrated dance project between Stompin Youth Dance Company and Able Tasmania – 2 months as a community on the dance floor. An incredible journey of insight into ways humanity connects.
Friday 12 May – Sunday 14 May 2017: Avishai Barnatan Sound Healing
After having experienced his beautiful work, Amalia has helped organise Avishai Barnatan to come to Tasmania to share his skills, knowledge & incredible sound healing.
March & April 2017 – The Vis Medicatrix Naturae Project
This project has deepened my commitment to nature being an integral part of health and wellbeing. It is becoming a more frequent part of conversations I have with my clients and has encouraged me to begin taking future naturelab42° projects outside (watch this space!) A heartfelt thanks to all those who partook in the project. See you in the wild!
April 20th 2017: Whole Grains Workshop
A collaboration between Amalia Patourakis and Chika Iwami from Chika’s Japanese Home Cooking in Melbourne. Amalia will delve into the nutritional qualities of whole grains in the theoretical part of the workshop, followed by Chika’s practical component on how to cook whole grains, utilising some incredible Tasmanian ingredients.
February 17th 2017: Smudging Workshop
A collaboration between Leigh-Ann Cowie and Amalia Patourakis journeying into the history, philosophy and practicalities of smudging. We will be taking a look inside traditional knowledge, cultural practices, plant use, wild harvesting, how to create your own smudge, ritual practice and other modes of cleansing and creating sacred space.