03 9002 1158 yoga@yogaharta.com.au



with Talia & Ryan

5:30PM – 7:00PM
COST: Cash donation for Sea Shepherd


What is Kirtan?
Kirtan is the practice of Bhakti yoga – the path of devotion – through singing and chanting of ancient Vedic mantras and names, usually in Sanskrit. It is not a performance – it is often call and response, and all of our voices unite and create a meditative, uplifting and liberating experience.
Join us as we come together to sing, chant, listen, meditate, and dance. There is no need to have a great voice, experience or knowledge of Sanskrit. All are welcome!
Come for the whole time, or just drop in. Instruments are welcome!


with Khalla Beale

SUNDAY 17TH JULY | 3:00pm-4:30pm


Join Qualified Naturopath Khalla Beale, as she shares all her handiest tips on how to support your immune system to prevent and reduce infections, as well as optimise your health and wellness throughout the colder months.
We will be looking at a range of herbal medicine including herbs you can grow, such as culinary herbs, herbs you can forage such as elderberry, medicinal mushrooms, and energetically warming herbs and spices to create medicinal foods.
Expect to learn a blend of herbal knowledge; the medicinal qualities and actions of the herbs, recipes for remedies you can make from your pantry, forage, or grow in your garden, and lots of practical ways to weave herbal medicine into your diet and lifestyle this winter.

with Dan (Cymatic Harmony)

SUNDAY 24TH JULY | 7:00pm-8:30pm


A gentle but powerful sound experience that guides you to deep healing and re-membrance of Self. Guided by Dan from Cymatic Harmony, he weaves his magic with sounds and vibrations enabling you to drop into your heart centre, and bathe you in resonant vibrations, allowing you to feel what needs to be felt, heal what needs to be healed and let go of what no longer serves you.

Instruments used are: handpans, crystal harp, crystal singing bowls, Tibetan bowls, harmonium, Native American flutes, rain stick, ocean drum, harp bowl, chimes and gongs. Dan creates and holds a safe, open space for you and takes you on a powerful and ambient journey.

Aluna: a journey to save the earth

FRIDAY 29 JULY | 7:15PM-9:00PM
COST: Free, or cash donation for Greenpeace


Every month we will be screening an inspiring, thought-provoking or educational film as a way of bringing our community together and encouraging discussion on important topics!

ALUNA STORYLINE – The Kogi once traded with Maya and Aztecs. Their civilization still survives hidden on Colombia’s highest mountain. They believe they are guardians of the world. Their leaders are trained from infancy in darkness to work by connecting with ‘aluna’, a cosmic consciousness. They perceive ‘black lines’ that connect special sites essential to life. In 1990, convinced that we were destroying the earth, they sent a warning through a British film-maker and then withdrew. They have now concluded that we cannot have grasped the warning and they have to explain it better if the world is to survive. So they recalled the film-maker and instructed him to film their demonstration of these connections, using 400km of gold thread.


*Screening starts at 7.30pm. Popcorn will be available before and during the film for a donation.


with Gabby & Ruth

3:00PM- 4:30PM

COST : gold coin donation to support the overflowing tea.

An opportunity for like minded folks to gather together in a relaxed social setting. A space for community and connection; a space to take a little of the seriousness out of life. Laugh, have fun and either meet some new people or have a chance to get to know each other a little better. Please bring your own cup. Maybe even your favourite cup.

with Cody

SATURDAY 6 AUGUST | 11:30AM- 12:30PM

In the first class of our four part meditation series we practice one of the most widely used techniques with the use of a meditation tool – the mala bead. In the class we begin to learn how to train our focus by keeping our concentration on the process of running our fingers across the beads while reciting a mantra.

This technique is so widely used due to its soft and easy approach to the practice of what is perceived to be a difficult task of stilling the mind and relaxing the body. It is a great meditation technique for those that find meditation boring and tend to be restless through the practice as the use of the beads gives your body an activity while introducing the mantra allows the mind to be active yet focused. The perfect balance to the introduction of meditation. *Suitable for beginners or the most advanced yogi.

Book with your Yogaharta membership or class passes.

with Avishai Barnatan


Come and bathe in pure sounds – from Tibetan bowls, chimes, gongs, flutes and vocal harmonics – that will take you on a deeply transformational journey. These healing frequencies can shift and release stagnant energy and tension accumulated in the body, and re-align and harmonise the body/mind. Release stress and anxiety, and increase focus, clarity and insight.

Avishai Barnatan has been a multi instrumentalist, producer and sound therapist since 1990.

with Kaela Raku

SUNDAY 14 AUGUST | 5:00PM- 6:30PM

Join us for an evening devoted to the Divine Feminine. We’ll connect to the energies of the Goddess through meditation practices, mantra and the aural tradition of mythology. You’ll feel the power of sound vibration as we chant Sanskrit mantra together in community.

No experience necessary for this event as Kaela guides you through a session of Bhakti Yoga – the yoga of devotion and unconditional love.

with Alyssa Elodie

SATURDAY 20 AUGUST | 11:30AM-12:30PM

One whole delicious hour of bliss to knead out all those knots of tension and tightness, and help bring you back into balance. Alyssa will guide you through a blend of therapeutic techniques from Traditional Chinese Remedial Massage & Acupressure (tui na) and Myofascial Release. Our focus is to promote circulation and mobility, to calm the nervous system and to learn how to reduce or manage our levels of pain.

Book with your Yogaharta membership or class passes.

with Talia & Ryan

7-8:30 PM
Join us for a very special evening with Talia & Ryan.
We’re offering an immersive sound journey where a variety of instruments will be used including Tibetan & crystal singing bowls, yidaki (didgeridoo), flute, guitar, drum and voice.
During the session you are invited to lie or sit down to be guided by the breath into deep relaxation. Over the 90 minutes of our facilitation we will take you through an earth inspired musical journey. In a held space like this a subtle but profound healing can take place, releasing accumulated stress and anxiety, while helping with physical, emotional and mental blocks.
This is a safe and inclusive space where your presence is warmly welcomed as you are.

with Katie Underwood

2 sessions:
4PM – 6PM (fully booked)
7PM – 9PM

Join us for a rejuvenating sound immersion, conscious group connection and high vibration event with Katie Underwood at Yogaharta. Be guided to explore your inner world with compassion, curiosity and authenticity. In the stillness and the sound we allow our true nature to be revealed and practice radical self-acceptance in a safe space of trust and self-respect. We honour ourselves… and each other. A union of mind, body and soul. This is the heart of our intention in Sound Meditation.

An opportunity for relaxation, meditation and sound healing in this powerful 2 hour workshop. Enjoy short guided meditations and a deep sound journey. Surrender to the soothing sounds of Crystal & Tibetan bowls, koshi chimes, native drums, handpan and Katie’s uniquely layered & looped vocals. We close with a dynamic group toning practice to enliven the respiratory system, open the heart and quiet the mind. All mats, cushions & blankets provided. Beginners welcome.

Katie Underwood is a Meditation Teacher, Sound Healer, Multi-instrumentalist and Recording Artist. She trained with Lama Tendar in traditional Tibetan Sound Healing, completed The Healing Sounds Intensive training with Jonothan Goldman in USA and Level 1 & 2 in Yoga of Sound with Mei Lai Swan. She also holds a Diploma of Sound Healing Therapy, Diploma Remedial Massage, certified Reiki 1 & 2 and completed Meditation Teacher Training with Melbourne Meditation Centre.

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