03 9002 1158 yoga@yogaharta.com.au




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.



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 Yogahood Australia.

Yogahood Australia is a non-profit yoga service organisation set up to bring the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of yoga to at-risk and underserved communities in Australia. They provide free 6-week programs to organisations involved with these at-risk men, women and youth.




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 ‘A Plastic Ocean’.

A Plastic Ocean begins when journalist Craig Leeson, searching for the elusive blue whale, discovers plastic waste in what should be pristine ocean. In this adventure documentary, Craig teams up with free diver Tanya Streeter and an international team of scientists and researchers, and they travel to twenty locations around the world over the next four years to explore the fragile state of our oceans, uncover alarming truths about plastic pollution, and reveal working solutions that can be put into immediate effect.


Hot drinks and snacks will be available for donation.

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!


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*


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.


3PM – 5:30PM
$40 EARLYBIRD (until 5 Dec)
$45 STANDARD (until 14 Dec)
$50 DOOR (if available)

A candle-lit journey into the heart, creating deep stillness, peace and relaxation to the sounds of the sacred harp as played in the time of King David.

Healing yin yoga facilitated in Miroslav’s poetically signature style, guided by the Sacred Intuitive Harp of Janet Borg.

Saturday 15th December
3:00pm – 5:30pm
$40 Earlybird (until 5th Dec)
$45 Standard (until 14th Dec)
$50 Door (if available)

Miroslav Petrovic teaches across Australia, having worked with over 4,000 people supporting them to remember their purpose and live from the heart. His teaching style leaves students feeling deeply nurtured, fusing stillness, story and playfulness into the practise.

Janet Borg plays Sacred Intuitive Harp as it was played in Ancient times as a healing modality. She has played at Dr. Deepak Chopra’s “Neuroscience of Enlightenment” as well as Cathedrals and leading hospitals across Melbourne.


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.

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