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Over 4 weeks, challenge yourself to prioritise self care. By coming to class and completing the weekly self care challenges, you could go in the running to win infrared sauna and class packages!

Begins Monday 18th January

The Challenge:
– Attend 3 x studio classes per week at Yogaharta.
– Complete 1 x bonus self care challenge per week, and share a photo/video of this to your Instagram/Facebook and tag Yogaharta (follow us on Instagram – @yogaharta_seaford).
– Bonus challenges and journal prompts will be sent out weekly.


$10 to sign up – all proceeds go to Free To Shine, an organisation dedicated to end child trafficking in Cambodia.


** if you don’t have social media, you can email us the photo/video of your challenge **


Starts MONDAY 19th APRIL

Yoga can be a tool to better your life, not just a way to exercise.

Yoga is a powerful practice not only for a better life, but a better world. Your practice can have a ripple effect outward into your world when you integrate it’s philosophies into your life. One way to make sure we are honouring yoga as a whole is to practice yoga beyond movement, or asana. The sage Patanjali set out 8 limbs of yoga, with asana being the 3rd.

In this challenge, we’re challenging ourselves to practice the first limb – The Yamas, or ethical guidelines that practitioners can follow.

We are challenging you to take your yoga off the mat!

Over 5 weeks we’ll be talking about and practicing the 5 yamas – 1 yama each week.

Week 1 – Ahimsa. Non-violence.
Week 2 -Satya. Truthfulness.
Week 3 – Asteya. Non-stealing.
Week 4 – Brahmacharya. Energy Management.
Week 5 – Aparigraha. Non-grasping.

What else do I have to do?
– Come along to 3 x studio classes per week at Yogaharta
– Share how you are practicing the Yamas with our community (tag us on Instagram (@yogaharta_seaford or share to our Facebook group)
– Go in the draw to win one of 3 amazing prizes!

The day before we start each week, we will send you an email detailing the week’s focus and outlining ideas on ways you can practice the yamas in your life.

$10 to sign up – all proceeds of this challenge will be going toward The Kickstart Project – an organisation dedicated to providing a brighter future for individuals and communities in Kenya through education, health and sustainable solutions.

** if you don’t have social media, you can email us the photo/explanation of how you have practiced the yama each week **

with Emilie Fincher & Julie Beaumont

5:00PM – 7:00PM

Join Emilie & Julie together for a blissful, supported 2 hours of yin yoga to cultivate compassion and loving-kindness.

This practice will include:

♡ self-massage techniques
♡ positive affirmations
♡ mindful adjustments
♡ metta meditation

Metta is the Buddhist practice to cultivate kindness towards yourself and others in your life.

Suitable for all bodies and no experience is necessary.
Feel-good adjustments will be optional, with permission cards provided.

Bookings are essential as there will be limited places available.


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.

with Doug Wilson

6:30PM – 8:30PM

At the age of 31, Doug was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumour, and just 12 months after his surgery, Doug set a Guinness World Record by becoming the first person to run 7 competitive marathons on 7 continents in under 7 days.

This workshop is for people keen to learn about the fundamentals of yoga & meditation, and how they can be used as genuine forms of therapy. What we will do:

– Explore the the mechanics of our anatomy while opening the joints, altering the body’s chemicals and adjusting the glandular system.
– Learn the art of self-inquiry through meditation & breath awareness.
– Harness the body’s natural energy through kriya (a yoga set that brings a specific physical and mental outcome).
– Experience deep relaxation and the power of a group healing.
– Take home valuable tools to continue learning and healing in daily life.

About Doug Wilson:
Doug is a former corporate innovator, world record-breaking marathon runner, brain tumour survivor and author. His journey from yoga sceptic to scientifically based practitioner makes him uniquely poised to relate to a wide spectrum of people. His down to earth approach enables him to assist people to find a state of calm to achieve greater goals. Doug’s shared his science-based yoga techniques with students around the world and worked with corporate leaders, sporting groups, athletes and everyday people who seek to enhance their experience of life. Doug’s workshops aim is to promote yoga and meditation as a healing tool backed up by the experience we share.

Find out more about Doug on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

with Emilie Fincher

11:30AM – 1:00PM


Refine your practice with step by step breakdowns of common postures, transitions and cues, with space for Q&A.

Learn modifications, regressions and progressions to postures commonly taught in group classes.

Refine your flow.

This workshop will be valuable not only for beginners, but for more experienced yogis, as well!


Bookings essential as places are limited.

with Sarah Sheffield

6:30PM – 8:30PM

Join Sarah for a nourishing two hour restorative yin yoga immersion, complete with a guided meditation with the intention of loving the body.
Our body is a vessel to our soul.  It is our best friend.  It is our companion.
Turn your focus from appearance to gratitude, for everything your body enables you to do.  Your body does amazing things – it allows you to move, breathe, taste, touch and smell.

Saying thank you to your body is one of the most important things you can do.  This delicious Yin workshop offers us the opportunity to love our companion.  When we move slowly through a mindful practice with the essence of breath, we create love and acceptance of the body and soul.
Give yourself time to tune into the body and ask what it needs.

Love your body.
Honour your body.
Flow with your breath.

Please bring a towel to place over your bolster.

Bookings essential as places are limited.

with Mish Malcolm

6:30PM – 8:30PM

 A two hour journey through yin poses,
mindfulness, contemplation and meditation.
You will tune into your essential nature and deeply
experience the nourishing and often difficult to obtain,
state of ‘being’.

Please bring a towel to place over your bolster.

Bookings essential as places are limited.

with Belinda O’Dea

7:30PM – 9:00PM

Tap into your inner Goddess & walk away lighter & brighter!

Women’s Circle is a wonderful place for women of all ages and life stages to sit together in sacred circle and share.


• Be held in a safe & sacred space

• Open your heart & share your truth without judgement or comment

• Tap into the wisdom of the heart & listen to other women’s stories

• Participate in sacred ritual & secret women’s business 🙂

• Share the bond of the Sisterhood & the power of coming together in community!


• Wear something comfortable for sitting

• Feel free to eat dinner beforehand

• Yoga mats, props & blankets are provided at the studio 🙂


Belinda O’Dea is the creatrix of life-changing sacred experiences for women in India & Japan. She is an international Yoga & Meditation teacher, Women’s Circle leader, positive Menstrual Educator and the heart & soul provider of her private 1-on-1 Business & Personal Mentoring Program ‘Inner Light Bright’ for women who wish to live their Yoga.

More Information about Belinda O’Dea Yoga, Travel & Wellness → https://belindaodea.com/



Welcome to our monthly Conscious Cinema at Yogaharta! 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!

March’s screening will be ‘Becoming Nobody‘.

 BECOMING NOBODY represents the core arc of Ram Dass’ teachings and life: whether as Dr. Richard Alpert, the eminent Harvard psychologist, or as Ram Dass who serves as a bridge between Eastern and Western philosophies, he has defined a generation of inner explorers and seekers of truth and wisdom. Through his turns as scion of an eminent Jewish family from Boston, rock-star Harvard psychologist, counter-culture rascally adventurer, Eastern holy man, stroke survivor and compassionate caregiver, Ram Dass has worn many hats on his journey, the narrative of which is revealed in this film. His ability to entertain and his sense of humor are abundantly evident in a conversation that brings us around to address the vast question of ultimate freedom.

Note: the film will start around 7:45-8pm.


Vegan treats and popcorn will be available before and after the film for a donation.

Funds raised will be donated to Wildlife Victoria to continue our support of the animals affected by the recent bushfires.

Bookings: It is a free event, but we would love to know how many people are coming so that we have enough food and drinks, so please book in below!

with Andrea Murphy

6:30PM – 4:00PM

This workshop combines the practices of Yin Yoga and Acupuncture. Led by Acupuncturist and Yogi, Andrea Murphy. Yin and Pin combines two ancient healing modalities that offer the ultimate restorative experience. Andrea will lead you through a slow series of restorative yoga poses, accessible to all levels. Her healing hands will offer both adjustments and pinning at just the right times to ensure total comfort.

A yoga teacher as well as an Acupuncturist, Andrea loves to weave together her passion and knowledge of both yoga and Chinese medicine into her classes. You can expect to be mindfully led through meditation, gentle movement, restorative postures and receive acupuncture. She designs her classes to help balance our progressive and restorative sides by cultivating a supportive space, accessible to all levels of experience.

with Avishai Barnatan

7:30PM – 9PM
(until 7 Feb – limited earlybird tickets apply)

Come bathe in pure sounds that will take you on a deeply transformational journey. The Soundshower combines chimes, tibetan bowls, flutes and vocal harmonics.

During a session you will be invited to lie down and immerse in vibrations created by these special instruments. Throughout the “Shower” different instruments are carried around the room and sometimes placed physically on the body. Flutes and voice are used to create a magical musical journey and overtones charge the brain and energize the body.

Being exposed to these healing frequencies enhances a physical, mental and emotional calibration to the human body and energy field. Pure frequencies shift and release stagnant energy and tension accumulated in the body. The Soundshower re-aligns and harmonizes body/mind and is a very relaxing and refreshing experience. It releases stress and anxiety increasing focus clarity and insight.

Avishai Barnatan is a multi instrumentalist, producer and Sound therapist. Since 1990 he has been exploring the nature of sound and its therapeutic qualities as a tool for physical & emotional transformation and healing. Inspired by modern scientific research as well as ancient esoteric and mystic knowledge, he has developed his own approach and style of sound healing . He facilitates group and private sessions for the general public as well as with people of diverse conditions such as various addictions, anxiety and stress-related symptoms, applying different techniques of vibrational therapy. These sessions are a deeply nourishing experience.

Avishai has facilitated “Soundshowers” in festivals such as Wanderlust, Byron Spirit festival, Evolve Yoga fest, Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival and Uplift festival. He regularly holds sessions at venues around Australia.


7PM – 9PM

Kirtan is the practice of singing or chanting ancient Sanskrit mantras, usually in call and response form.

It is not a performance, but rather a union or merging of individuals into an energetic whole. It can be high energy, or slow and meditative.

Through our voices, intention and energy we move out of the head and into the heart space, cultivating love, awareness and presence.

No experience necessary! Come for the whole time, or just drop in.

Cost: Cash donation

*Proceeds donated to ‘Red Cross Australia’ and ‘Wildlife Victoria’ to support victims of the bushfires.

Chai and vegan treats available!

Please book in below (or using MINDBODY app) so that we know how many to expect.

with Mish Malcolm

6:30PM – 8:30PM

Starting the practice with a candle gazing meditation to
help centre and ground you, you will experience a deep
sense of relaxation from the very beginning.

Each yin asana will be paired with a specific affirmation
for you to internally repeat and contemplate throughout
each hold, allowing you to delve deep into this practice
of self inquiry that takes you well beyond the physical and
into the emotional, mental and spiritual layers.

With longer physical holds (7 minutes plus), you will be
supported with props to encourage deeper physical,
emotional, mental and spiritual shifts.

As you merely create shapes with your body, the power of
this practice is the insight you gain and the energetic
blockages you unconsciously release.

Saturday 30th November

Bookings essential – limited to 12 people only!

Yoga by Donation
with Julie Beaumont

SATURDAY 11th JANUARY – fully booked
4:00PM – 5:30PM

 A 90 minute beginner-friendly practice designed to connect you to your body through breath and mindful movement. We will end the session with a few long-held restorative poses to find stillness and quieten the mind, followed by a soothing savasana.

All are welcome! Come solo or bring a friend or partner – encourage them to experience the benefits of yoga for a good cause!

Cash donations only on the day – any amount you can afford is appreciated.

Bookings essential as limited places apply – book
in for free below and donate on the day.

If you can’t make it and still want to support, there are many ways you can donate here:


with Georgia Hicks

1:00PM – 3:00PM

Are you curious about partner yoga, and making fun shapes with friends? Come have a play, try something new and maybe even make some new friends (since you’ll be climbing on top of one another!)

ACROVINYASA is a super fun practice where you get to work with others to create amazing partner Yoga poses. It’s a lovely opportunity to connect, to build trust, to play, to laugh and to challenge yourself.

Georgia is Victoria’s first certified ACROVINYASA teacher and is passionate about sharing this awesome practice.

You don’t need to have any experience with yoga or acroyoga,and you don’t need to bring a partner!

Bookings essential!


CASUAL – $10

Reconnecting with the voice through song is not only one of the best medicines for the soul, it actually cultivates awareness, invigorates the body, regulates our nervous system, opens the heart and mind, and has the capacity to heal through opening up doorways to expression and creativity. Through singing together we remember the purely vibrational relationship we have to one another, free to explore our vulnerabilities in a way that is supported and encouraged.

Songs will be selected from a number of traditions, in both English and other languages. Percussion instruments will be provided, but please feel free to bring along any instruments you might want to play along with. Songs will be selected to begin, but if anyone wishes to offer/share a song, it’s highly encouraged!

*Members: anyone on direct debit or with unlimited class pass

Bookings: Please book in on MINDBODY, in studio or follow the link below if you plan on coming!

with Paras Yazdani

7PM – 9PM
PRESALE – $35 (until 28 June)
DOOR – $45

Cacao Ceremony | Dance | Guided Meditation

Dance in your your own inner bliss.

We will share:

• Activating guided cacao ceremony, followed by an hour of dance

• Expression – allowing the body to move as you feel – and closing with

• Rejuvenation – a lying down guided meditation to rest, relax, and integrate the journey.

Each journey will be a unique experience for you – what you bring in – with positive intentions and an open heart, is what you receive 💗

Bookings: Please book in on MINDBODY, in studio or follow the link below if you plan on coming!

The Art of Touch

2:00PM – 3:30PM
Join Gabrielle for this playful, connective, and deeply restorative practice, which brings together yoga, community, and bodywork (massage). Learn the art of touch through partner stretching and giving/receiving ZenThai Shiatsu. We will work in groups and pairs to find depth and ease in our asana (postures) and then move into learning and sharing floor based bodywork sequences that you can take home to share with your loved ones. Bring open minds and hearts.
No partner required.
Gabrielle has 10 years experience as a massage therapist, is a 500 hour trained Yoga instructor, and a certified ZenThai facilitator. She is passionate about connection, presence, and play, believing that touch has the power to communicate a thousand words.
“If you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything” – Thich Nhat Hanh


3:30PM – 5:30PM

Join us as we come together in community for a deep dive through sensation and vibration into the heart of yoga. This 2 hour immersion will combine a fully guided Yin Yoga practice and an immersive Sound Healing experience to calm, purify, and inspire the whole system in tune with the energy of the season.

During Autumn we have the opportunity cultivate adaptability through release, gratitude through self-reflection, and balance through spiritual practice. So it is a perfect time to begin to draw inward, nourishing the self with the deeply meditative and connective benefits of Yin Yoga and Sound.

Your Facilitators:

Mark Cedro (Inner Soul Sounds)

Inner Soul Sounds grew up surrounded by the power of music. His intuitive self exploration and study into tribal sounds created an expression for his own personal healing journey, inspiring him to share these gifts with as many people as possible. His music repertoire extends from the Handpan, to percussion, crystal bowls and even the didgeridoo – being drawn to all instruments that connect the listener to the vibration that exists behind all things.

Gabrielle Feingold (Golden Yoga & Bodywork)
Gabrielle is a passionate and dedicated Yin Yoga instructor who brings with her a wealth of knowledge gained through over a decade of experience in dance, anatomy, and massage therapy. She believes that the body is the vehicle for transformation and as such, is strongly aligned with the power of Yin yoga to illuminate deep insight, develop a keen sense of self awareness, and bring the whole human system into a state of homeostasis. Join her for structured Yin sessions that create the freedom to explore the fullness of your personal experience.


7:30PM – 9PM
Drawing from various traditions, as well as original explorations, Chris creates a space of inward reflection and growth through sound and silence. The journey, woven together with medicine drum, voice, guitar and melodic percussion, invites those present to co-create the experience through presence, intention and an openness to wherever the energy and vibration of the evening might take them.

Chris Emmerson
Along with working with sound, voice and mantra, Chris teaches music, leads kirtan, writes and records his own music, and is constantly exploring and expanding his musical horizons. Being a qualified yoga teacher, he hopes to intertwine the world of healing and practice with that of music, vibration and sound.


11:30PM – 4:00PM

Join Johannes Egberts, certified instructor, and his team in a full-day immersive experience where you will learn how to unlock your potential through the Wim Hof Method (WHM) – a proven natural way to control stress effectively, boost your metabolism, feel more energised, boost your alkalinity to fight inflammation and infection, help combat depression and anxiety, and improve physical and mental performance.

Not your average workshop. Johannes brings together WHM theory and practice, and also introduces other modalities with the support of a strong team of experienced facilitators. You will certainly gain additional tools that you can incorporate in your daily practice:

• WHM Theory: Three pillars of the method (1) Breathing Technique, (2) Cold Exposure and (3) Commitment. This will also include a discussion on immune system, inflammation, the science of stress, and brown fat activation – includes an overview of the science and various scientific research.
• WHM Practice: Dive deep into the experience as we apply the theory into a guided breath work session, mindset training and cold exposure through ice baths.
• Other modalities and exercises throughout the day: Power of music through sound healing and the drumming circle, group work, movement and stretching.

The day will challenge your beliefs and conditioning whether you are looking to achieve a high level of human performance, relieve symptoms related to an illness, or are just curious to find out what the Wim Hof Method is all about.


7PM – 9PM

Two hours of candlelit yin yoga, accompanied by the sounds of the HAPI drum, guitar, kalimba, crystal bowls and mantra, guiding you deeper into your practice.

Bookings essential, limited places available.

Julie Beaumont is a qualified yoga teacher with a special love for yin yoga, sparking her to further her studies in the practice in 2018. Creating a safe space for students to feel, and encouraging mindfulness in each pose, Julie enjoys guiding people to find their own stillness in body, breath and mind.

Along with working with sound, voice and mantra, Chris Emmerson teaches music, leads kirtan, writes and records his own music, and is constantly exploring and expanding his musical horizons. Being a qualified yoga teacher, he hopes to intertwine the world of healing and practice with that of music, vibration and sound.


with Cara Macri

7:30PM – 9PM

Love is the most healing power in the universe. Taking time to give ourselves the love and nourishment we need can be surprisingly challenging.

Join Cara from Shining Wellness Ayurveda and Yoga for this workshop on self-love. Bask in the healing energy of love and learn a variety of simple self-love practices you can do at home.

The workshop includes:

🔹 Sound healing at the frequency of love
🔹 Mantras to connect you to Divine love
🔹 Gentle yoga
🔹 Pranayama & Guided Meditation
🔹 Self-massage techniques

The more we cultivate love within ourselves, the more it expands outward to the world around us.

Places are limited to 15 and bookings are essential.


with Rachel Hume

3:30PM – 6PM

Discover and tap into the power within to heal yourself and become your true, empowered self.

A workshop inspired to leave you more aware, connected, trusting, empowered and with more tools in which you can live your best life!

With a focus on kinesiology, energy work, emotional healing, and the subconscious mind, this interactive workshop will involve many practical exercises – with hands-on support.

Inspired by a desire to empower her clients, Rachel has designed this workshop to leave you with skills, tools & an awareness to carry out a self-healing practice.

When: Saturday 10th November
Time: 3:30pm – 6pm
Investment: $50
Bring: an open mind, comfortable clothes,
notebook/journal & pen, water bottle

Tea & nibbles provided.

Dr Rachel is a chiropractor passionate about helping you tap into your healing power & true authentic self. Currently serving the community at Evolve in South Frankston, she has worked with clients over the past 7 years throughout Australia & NZ.

Places are limited to 12 and bookings are essential.


with Kirsty Saunders

7PM – 8:30PM

Join Kirsty Saunders for a special class to support you to find deep relaxation and healing.

The class includes:

🔹 restorative yoga
🔹 guided meditations
🔹 affirmations
🔹 Young Living essential oils
🔹 a mini massage!

This is the perfect class if you’re looking for some ‘me time’ and want to relax and restore your mind, body and spirit – they will thank you for it!

Places are limited to 12 and bookings are essential.

About Kirsty
Kirsty is passionate about holding space for people to connect to themselves, to their heart, and to allow for healing. She is a 500 hour (Advanced Diploma) qualified yoga teacher, living in Seaford and loves connecting to the local community through yoga.

Kirsty’s yoga classes focus on movement, breath, and mindfulness. She also teaches regular workshops, meditation classes and supports these practices with essential oils. She believes yoga can deepen your understanding of self and optimise wellbeing.

Essential oils/pregnancy & breastfeeding
Not all essential oils are considered safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
This has been considered in planning for the class however contact your health care professional if you wish to seek advice on essential oils and pregnancy/breastfeeding.


3:00PM – 5:00PM or 6:30PM – 8:30PM
$75 per session
Massage Yoga is a unique and magical practice to help you reach a deeper level of connection, relaxation and release.
It is a fully immersive experience with essential oils, music, yoga props, and intelligent sequencing designed to give you deeper awareness of your body and mind, all combined with intuitive touch.

What to expect:

Your teacher will guide you through a Yin Yoga practise, while yoga adjustors and massage therapists provide expert hands on adjustment and massage. This creates the perfect setting for deep release and relaxation. The experience is all encompassing.

How will I feel afterwards:
Most people are deeply relaxed, sleepy and feel open and flexible after the session. You are working deep into the soft tissue of the body in this practise, you may be achy the next day, and sometimes it can cause you to feel emotional, nauseous or dizzy during or directly after a session, so it’s a good idea to have time to rest afterwards.

What do I need to bring:
Bring a towel and some water, and wear long sleeve top and yoga pants are ideal. If you get cold easily also bring layers and warm socks.

It’s best to be well rested and hydrated prior to the session, and to not eat a heavy meal within 2 hours of the session.

When: Saturday 30th March

Choose Your Session: *
3:00pm – 5:00pm
6:30pm – 8:30pm

Cost: $75 per person**

Our team includes is made up of trained massage therapists, physiotherapists, reiki healers, and myotherapists. There is a 1:4 therapist/student ratio. Sessions run for two hours, and bookings are essential.

Bookings will close 4 days prior to the workshop to ensure the correct student to Massage Therapist/Adjustor ratio.

Bliss out and take relaxation to new heights with hands-on Yin Yoga.

*As we are running two sessions, if the sessions are half filled we retain the right to merge the sessions.

**Tickets are non-refundable*

Yoga Studio in Seaford, near Frankston, Carrum, Skye and Mount Eliza