The next Full Moon Nature Meditation is Friday Evening 26th of Feb 

at the magnificent Rye Back Beach.


Rye back beach is a breathtaking part of the Peninsula coast that has prehistoric fossils and incredible rock formations created by the wild ocean that hammers its shores.


Above is the iconic dragons head rock formation that reveals itself 

at certain times when the tide is low.



This part of the coast is the perfect place to spend the evening meditating, learning about Aboriginal culture, grounding, reflecting, cleansing, watching the sun set and the full moon rise.





   We begin at 4pm Friday afternoon by joining a local Aboriginal Guide who will walk with us along the stunning coast sharing indigenous wisdom. It is like a powerful walking meditation that opens a deeper understanding and connection to this magical nature wonderland.  

It will finish with a yidaki (didg) meditation.


     A vegetarian picnic dinner will be provided. BYO snacks and drinks.


The evening will include 3 more powerful meditations that will drop you out of your head and into the depths of silence and power within. 


We will watch the sun set and the moon rise and allow the power of nature to soothe our soul 

and awaken the magic within.


We finish the evening around 9pm with a closing circle to reflect on the magic of the evening. 




     Come along and sink deep into the silence and wisdom of nature!



The event is suitable for beginners in meditation to advanced 

as all meditations are part guided and part silence. 


Cost is $200 for the evening! Places are limited.

“Thanks Courtney for creating one of the most deeply beautiful connective days this year! I’m truly so grateful!  You are an incredible soul.”  Chrissi 

“”Thanks Courtney the meditation day was awesome. A perfect day.” Steve